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Health and medicine in Hapsburg Spain: agents, practices, representations

AuthorsHuguet-Termes, Teresa ; Arrizabalaga, Jon ; Cook, Harold John
Medical agents
Medical practices
Medical representations
Hapsburg Spain
Issue Date2009
PublisherWellcome Trust Centre for the History of Medicine at UCL
CitationHealth and medicine in Hapsburg Spain: agents, practices, representations (Suplemento n° 29 de Medical History) : (2009)
AbstractContributions are collected six Spanish researchers on issues of health and medicine. the publication covers various topics, sources and resources. Versa on folk medicine practices, institutionalization medical practice, medical concepts of the meaning of women, building of medical ethics and the development of a consolidation of the hospital institution as a historical process. The unity of the work lies in the exercise of the plurality thematic exhibition that medicine and its practices were during the reign of the Hapsburgs, moment of greatest expansion of the Spanish Empire. Thus, the forced obliteration of prejudice against Spanish history is based on questioning the premise that assumes that the Empire more modernity was large section in the process of generating ideas, knowledge and medical practices the rest of Europe.
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