Social History of Medicine
Social History of Medicine, which members receive free, four times every year, is one of the best-known scholarly journals in the field. Established in 1970 as the Bulletin for the Social History of Medicine, it publishes cutting-edge research on the history of all aspects of health, illness and medical treatment in the past, from antiquity to the present. Papers published in the journal not only seek to expand the boundaries of the discipline, but also to contribute to the central historiographic debates of our time. In the section of book reviews, more extensive than in any comparable journal, experts from across the globe examine a wide range of recent scholarly publications of interest to historians of medicine. The editors, the editorial board and the contributors to Social History of Medicine are drawn from across the world, and from a range of professions and academic disciplines. Above all, the journal is committed to advancing international and interdisciplinary dialogue between different approaches to the history of medicine in society.
Professor Patricia Skinner
Professor Christoph Gradmann
Dr Dora Vargha
|Chair of the Editorial Board
Dr Alex Mold
London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine
15-17 Tavistock Place
London WC1H 9SH
To subscribe to the journal and to join the SSHM, please go to the OUP website.
If you experience any problems with your Social History of Medicine subscription, please contact our Membership Secretary:
Dr Catherine Cox
School of History and Archives
University College Dublin
John Henry Newman Building
Belfield, Dublin 4
You could also contact the Society Liaison Officer at Oxford University Press:
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Great Clarendon Street
Oxford OX2 6DP
If you are interested in receiving a copy of each new table of contents by e-mail, please subscribe to the Tables of Contents Service.
The Archive provides table of contents and abstracts from vol. 1 (1988) onwards (free access for SSHM members)
The full text of Social History of Medicine is available online. Print subscribers can access the full online version at no additional cost, simply complete the brief registration process with OUP (registration only required once).
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