|Statement||by Maurice Baring.|
|LC Classifications||PZ3.B2395 Ro2, PR6003.A67 Ro2|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||6 p. l., 279 p.|
|Number of Pages||279|
|LC Control Number||30023356|
Discover Book Depository's huge selection of Robert Peckham books online. Free delivery worldwide on over 20 million titles. Book Description The first history of epidemics in modern Asia. Robert Peckham considers the varieties of responses that epidemics have elicited - from India to China and the Russian Far East - and examines the processes that have helped to produce and diffuse disease across the by: 9. Robert Peckham; Articles by Robert Peckham. Why the World Health Organisation is calling Coronavirus an "infodemic" Robert Peckham / March 4, In the face of global panic, the WHO wants to battle misinformation. But that won't be enough Prospect Book Club - John Kay and Mervyn King. London, Articles by Robert Peckham A health emergency is no time to sideline the medical humanities Even as medics scramble to address the coronavirus, research into its social and political entanglements is vital, says Robert Peckham.
Robert Peckham and His Portraits of Children In the s and s Robert Peckham (–) created a group of fascinating children’s portraits. This exhibition represents the first time that a selection of them has been brought together before a national audience (1). Interview by New Books Network on Epidemics in Modern Asia. New Book Epidemics in Modern Asia AVAILABLE NOW 'Fatal Repetitions: SARS and the Disasters to Come, ' Disastrous Pasts: New Directions in Asian Disaster Studies, international conference, organized by the Asia Research Institute, National University of Singapore, November Professor Robert Peckham 白錦文 Peckham, R. Biography. As co-Director and founder of the multi-disciplinary Centre for the Humanities and Medicine (CHM), a joint initiative of the Faculty of Arts and the Li Ka Shing Faculty of Medicine at the University of Hong Kong, I oversee a programme of research involving a wide range of disciplines. “Charting the relays of rumor and knowledge that stoke colonial fears of disease, disorder, and disaster, Empires of Panic offers timely and cautionary insight into how viscerally epidemics inflame imperial anxieties, and how words and their communication “Empires generated anxiety as much as : Robert Peckham.
Robert Peckham is MB Lee Professor in the Humanities and Medicine and Department Chair at The Department of History, The University of Hong Kong. Peckham lectures on the history of medicine and health in the Department of History and in introduced cross-faculty teaching modules on global histories of disease and public health. Robert Peckham lectures on the history of medicine and health in the Department of History and in introduced cross-faculty teaching modules on global histories of disease and public health. He is a Book Epidemics in Modern Asia. Cambridge University Press . Encompassing two centuries of Asian history, Robert Peckham explores the profound impact that infectious disease has had on societies across the region: from India to China and the Russian Far East. The book tracks the links between biology, history, and geopolitics, highlighting infectious disease's interdependencies with empire, modernization, revolution, nationalism, Cited by: 9. Robert Peckham is MB Lee professor of humanities and medicine and director of the Centre for the Humanities and Medicine at the University of Hong Kong.