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2020 George Rosen Prize

Cover image of The Lomidine Files

Sponsoring Organization: American Association for the History of Medicine
Award Level: Winner | Award Year: 2020
Award Category: George Rosen Prize
Winner(s): The Lomidine Files: The Untold Story of a Medical Disaster in Colonial Africa by Guillaume Lachenal, translated by Noémi Tousignant

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Guillaume Lachenal

Guillaume Lachenal is an associate professor in the history of science at the University Paris Diderot. He is the author of Le médecin qui voulut être roi: Sur les traces d’une utopie coloniale.
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