Professor Mark Harrison: List of publications

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A Dreadful Scourge: Cholera in Nineteenth Century India

Health, sovereignty and imperialism: The Royal Navy and infectious disease in Japan's treaty ports

War, Epidemics and Empire: British Military Government in the Middle East, 1914-18

Society, Medicine and Politics in Colonial India

The Great Shift: Cholera Theory and Sanitary Policy in British India, 1867-1879

War on Two Fronts: Fighting Parasites in Korea and Vietnam


Disease and world history from 1750

A Global Perspective: Reframing the History of Health, Medicine, and Disease

Scurvy on sea and land: political economy and natural history,c. 1780–c. 1850

Networks of Knowledge: Science and Medicine in Early Colonial India, c.1750–1820

Contagion: How Commerce Has Spread Disease

The Medical War: British Military Medicine in the First World War

Medicine in an Age of Commerce and Empire

The Calcutta Botanic Garden in the Era of Nathaniel Wallich

An "Important and Truly National Subject": The West Africa Service and the Health of the Royal Navy in the Mid Nineteenth Century

Disease, Diplomacy and International Commerce: the Origins of International Sanitary Regulation in the Nineteenth Century

Science and the British Empire.

Fractured States: Smallpox, Public Health and Vaccination Policy in British India 1800-1947

Medicine and Victory: British Military Medicine in the Second World War

Disease and the Modern World: 1500 to the Present Day

Health, Medicine and Empire: Perspectives on Colonial India

Imperialism: Critical Concepts in Historical Studies

War and Medicine in the Modern Era

Climates & Constitutions: Health, Race, Environment and British Imperialism in India, 1600-1850

Medicine and Modern Warfare

Medicine and the Management of Modern Warfare

The British Army and the Problem of Venereal Disease in France and Egypt During the First World War

Public Health in British India: Anglo-Indian Preventive Medicine 1859-1914

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