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Introduction: Health and Difference: Rendering Human Variation in Colonial Engagements
Veronika Lipphardt and Alexandra Widmer

Chapter 1. Race, Health and Colonial Politics in the Third Reich: Nauck and Giemsa’s Expedition to Espírito Santo, Brazil in 1936
André Felipe Cândido da Silva

Chapter 2. ‘Ill-suited’ Populations in German Nauru: Race, Health and Labour under Company Administration, 1888–1914
Antje Kühnast

Chapter 3. The War on the Anopheles Mosquito: Malaria, Labour and Race in the New Hebrides, 1925–1945
Jean Mitchell

Chapter 4. Medical Missions – Racial Visions: Fighting Sleeping Sickness in Colonial Africa in the Early Twentieth Century
Sarah Ehlers

Chapter 5. Colonial Histories of Cancers: Primary Liver Cancer in Africa, 1900s–1960s
Jean-Paul Bado

Chapter 6. Postponing Equality: From Colonial to International Nutritional Standards, 1932–1950
Maria Letícia Galluzzi Bizzo

Chapter 7. The Gender of Nutrition in French West Africa: Military Medicine, Intra-Colonial Marginality and Ethnos Theory in the Making of Malnutrition in Niger
Barbara M. Cooper

Chapter 8. Medical Demography in Interwar Angola: Measuring and Negotiating Health, Reproduction and Difference
Samuël Coghe

Chapter 9. Indo-Europeans in the Dutch East Indies: An Indo-European Analysis of a Paradoxical Colonial Category
Hans Pols

Afterword: Following Racial Paper Trails
Warwick Anderson


Health and Difference

Rendering Human Variation in Colonial Engagements

Edited by Alexandra Widmer and Veronika Lipphardt

250 pages, 3 figures, bibliog., index

ISBN  978-1-78533-271-5 Hb Published (September 2016)

eISBN 978-1-78533-272-2 eBook