Professor Mark Harrison: List of publications

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Governing the Global Antimicrobial Commons: Introduction to Special Issue.

Making Use of Existing International Legal Mechanisms to Manage the Global Antimicrobial Commons: Identifying Legal Hooks and Institutional Mandates.

Exploring Models for an International Legal Agreement on the Global Antimicrobial Commons: Lessons from Climate Agreements

A roadmap for sustainably governing the global antimicrobial commons.


Nudging Immunity: The Case for Vaccinating Children in School and Day Care by Default.

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: The Fight Against Parasites in Korea and Vietnam


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

Disease and world history from 1750

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

Networks of Knowledge: Science and Medicine in Early Colonial India

The Army Medical Department, 1917-1941

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

Medicine in an age of commerce and empire

Medicine in an Age of Commerce and Empire

Before my helpless sight: suffering, dying and military medicine on the western front, 1914-1918

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

Advancing with the Army: Medicine, the Professions, and Social Mobility in the British Isles 1790-1850

Racial Pathologies: Morbid Anatomy in British India, 1770-1850

Social History of Health and Medicine: Colonial India

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

Curing the Colonizers: Hydrotherapy, Climatology, and French Colonial Spas.

Dominance by Design: Technological Imperatives and America's Civilizing Mission.


Leprosy and Empire: A Medical and Cultural History.

Maritime Quarantine: The British Experience, c. 1650-1990.

Practising Colonial Medicine: The Colonial Medical Service in British East Africa.

Social History of Science in Colonial India. Themes in Indian History

The development of modern medicine in non-western countries

Disease and demography in colonial Burma

Science across the European empires, 1800-1950.

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

Disease and democracy: The industrialized world faces AIDS.

Fever of war: The influenza epidernic in the US army during World War I.

War epidemics: an historical geography of infectious diseases in military conflict and civil strife, 1820-2000

Maladies, preventives and curatives: Debates in public health in India

Bullets and bacilli: the Spanish-American war and military medicine

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

Florence Nightingale and the health of the Raj

The Spanish influenza pandemic of 1918-19

Prostitution, race, and politics: Policing venereal disease in the British empire.

The Regius Chair of Military Surgery in the University of Edinburgh

Disease and the Modern World: 1500 to the Present Day

Anglo-European science and the rhetoric of empire: Malaria, opium, and British rule in India, 1756-1895.

The New Cambridge history of India: Science, technology and medicine in colonial India

Another Reason: Science and the imagination of modern India

Health, Medicine and Empire: Perspectives on Colonial India

Imperialism: Critical Concepts in Historical Studies

Differences of degree: representations of India in British medical topography, 1820-c. 1870.

Differences of degree: Representations of India in British medical topography, 1820-c.1870

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