Table of contents for Disease in the history of modern Latin America : from malaria to AIDS / edited by Diego Armus.


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Disease in the Historiography of Modern Latin America
DIEGO ARMUS I

"The Only Serious Terror in These Regions": Malaria Control
intheBrazilianAmazon NANCY LEYS STEPAN     25

An Imaginary Plague in Turn-of-the-Century Buenos Aires:
Hysteria, Discipline, and Languages of the Body
GABRIELA NOUZEILLES 51

Tropical Medicine in Brazil: The Case of Chagas' Disease
MARILIA COUTINHO 76

Tango, Gender, and Tuberculosis in Buenos Aires, 1900-1940
DIEGO ARMUS IOI

The State, Physicians, and Leprosy in Modern Colombia
DIANA OBREG6N 130

Revolution, the Scatological Way: The Rockefeller
Foundation's Hookworm Campaign in 1920S Mexico
ANNE-EMANUELLE BIRN 158

Between Risk and Confession: State and Popular Perspectives
of Syphilis Infection in Revolutionary Mexico
KATHERINE ELAINE BLISS 183

Dying of Sadness: Hospitalism and Child Welfare in Mexico
City, 1920-I940 ANN S. BLUM 209

Mental Illness and Democracy in Bolivia: The Manicomio
Pacheco, I935-I950 ANN ZULAWSKI 237




Stigma and Blame during an Epidemic: Cholera in Peru, 1991
MARCOS CUETO 268

Nation, Science, and Sex: AIDS and the New Brazilian Sexuality
PATRICK LARVIE 290





Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication: Social medicine Latin America, Diseases Latin America History