Table of contents for Body and city : histories of urban public health / edited by Sally Sheard and Helen Power.

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1   Body and city: medical and urban histories of public health
Sally Sheard and Helen Power
2   Ritual and public health in the early medieval city
Peregrine Horden
3   Languages of plague in early modem France
Colin Jones
4   Copenhagen 1711: Danish authorities facing the plague
Peter Christensen
5   Fighting for public health: Dr Duncan and his adversaries,
Paul Laxton
6   Town Hall and Whitehall: sanitary intelligence in Liverpool,
Gerry Kearns
7   Working-class experiences, cholera and public health
reform in nineteenth-century Switzerland
Flurin Condrau and Jakob Tanner
8   Public health discourses in Birmingham and Gothenburg,
Marjaana Niemi

9   Choices for town councillors in nineteenth-century Britain:
investment in public health and its impact on mortality
Robert Millward and Frances Bell
10 Economics and infant mortality decline in German towns,
1889-1912: household behaviour and public intervention
John Brown
11 The decline of the urban penalty: milk supply and infant
welfare centres in Germany, 1890s--1920s
Jorg Peter Vogele, Wolfgang Woelk and Silke Fehlemann