"Comprehensive and engagingly written, Hoosiers is the best one-volume history of the state." —Nicole Etcheson, Alexander M. Bracken Professor of History, Ball State University
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"There is one thing that everyone—not just scholars, but informed members of the Jewish community—knows about Rosenzweig, and that one thing is false. Nobody who is interested in twentieth-century Jewish thought, whether from a Jewish, Christian, atheistic, or neutral perspective, will be able to afford to ignore this book." —Paul Franks, Yale University
In this volume leading scholars provide a new approach to the history of health in Southeast Asia. Framed by a series of synoptic pieces on the “Landscapes of Health” in Southeast Asia in 1914, 1950, and 2014 the essays interweave local, national, and regional perspectives.
"An important contribution to scholarship. Historians of medicine and public health in China will find it useful and [it] will become required reading on modern China for scholars interested in the history of public health, and particularly those interested in the Rockefeller Foundation." —Hilary A. Smith, Dickinson College