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EditorSteven Palmer

Design - Gerry Porter

Editorial Council

Claudia Agostoni - Instituto de Investigaciones Históricas, UNAM, México
Diego ArmusHistory, Swarthmore College, USA
María Carranza Maxera - Inst. Costarricense de Investigación y Enseñanza en Nutrición y Salud, Costa Rica
Juanita De BarrosHistory, McMaster University, Canada
Marcos Cueto - Facultad de Salud Pública y Administración, Universidad Peruana Cayetano Heredia, Perú
Paulo DrinotHistory, University of Manchester, England
Gilberto HochmanFundaçao Oswaldo Cruz, Brasil
Adrián López Denis - History, Brown University, USA
Laurence MonnaisDépartement d’histoire – Centre d’Etudes de l’Asie de l’Est, Universit de Montréal, Canada
Darwin Stapleton – Emeritus, Rockefeller University, USA
Alexandra SternCenter for the History of Medicine, University of Michigan, USA
Nísia Trindade Lima - Fundaçao Oswaldo Cruz, Brasil
George Weisz - Social Studies of Medicine, McGill University, Canada
David WrightHistory of Medicine, McMaster University, Canada

Infrastructure Committee

Peter Way, Head – Department of History, University of WindsorSean Moriarty, IT Services, University ofWindsorCatherine Legrand, Head – Department of History, McGill University – Barb Raeburn, Office of Institutional Analysis, University of WindsorSteven Palmer, Department of History, University of Windsor

The Cultures of Health anthology and database are generously sponsored by the Canada Foundation for Innovation and the Ontario Research Foundation, important sources of Canadian public support for the development of research infrastructure, as well as by the University of Windsor and its Department of History, and the Canada Research Chairs program.


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