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eBook Nationalizing the Body: The Medical Market, Print and Daktari Medicine (Key Issues in Modern Sociology) download ISBN: 0857289950
Author: Projit Bihari Mukharji
Publisher: Anthem Press (January 1, 2011)
Language: English
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Projit Bihari Mukharji is a Wellcome Fellow at the Oxford Brookes . It argues that a burgeoning medical market and a medical publishing industry together gave daktari medicine a social identity which did not solely.

Projit Bihari Mukharji is a Wellcome Fellow at the Oxford Brookes University. He was educated at Presidency College, Kolkata, Jawaharlal Nehru University, New Delhi and School of Oriental and African Studies, London where he was a Felix Fellow. It argues that a burgeoning medical market and a medical publishing industry together gave daktari medicine a social identity which did not solely derive from its association with the state.

Nationalizing the Body: The Medical Market, Print and Daktari Medicine, London: Anthem Press. Vernacularizing the Body: Informational Egalitarianism, Hindu Divine Design and Race in Physiology School Books, Bengal 1859-1877, Bulletin of the History of Medicine, 91:3, 554-85. Parachemistries: Colonial Chemopolitics in a Zone of Contest", History of Science, 54:4, 1-21.

Projit Bihari Mukharji. Series: Key Issues in Modern Sociology Chapter II DAKTARI PRINTS: THE WORLD OF BENGALI PRINTING AND THE MULTIPLE INSCRIPTIONS OF DAKTARI. Series: Key Issues in Modern Sociology. Published by: Anthem Press. examines the different meanings of modern medicine that were employed in colonial South Asia, and explores the different discourses that were constructed around modernity. eISBN: 978-1-84331-323-6. Subjects: History, Health Sciences. Chapter II DAKTARI PRINTS: THE WORLD OF BENGALI PRINTING AND THE MULTIPLE INSCRIPTIONS OF DAKTARI MEDICINE.

Nationalizing the Body. The Medical Market, Print and Daktari Medicine. Mukharji, Projit Bihari 2011. Science, medicine and new imperial histories. The British Journal for the History of Science, Vol. 45, Issue. Symptoms of Dis-Ease: New Trends in the Histories of ‘Indigenous’ South Asian Medicines. History Compass, Vol. 9, Issue. 12, p. 887. CrossRef. 03, p. 443. McCarthy, Annie 2015. Telling stories, washing hands: exploring the role of narrative in development programmes targeting children.

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Nationalizing the Body' examines the different meanings of 'modern medicine' that were employed in colonial South Asia, and explores the different discourses that were constructed around 'modernity'.

Nationalizing the Body' examines the different meanings of 'modern medicine' that were employed in colonial South Asia, and explores the different discourses that were constructed around 'modernity' Description. Summary: 'Nationalizing the Body' examines the different meanings of 'modern medicine' that were employed in colonial South Asia, and explores the different discourses that were constructed around 'modernity'. Based on Bengali doctors writings this book examines how various medical problems, challenges and debates were understood and interpreted within overlapping contexts of social identities and politics on the one hand, and their function within a largely unregulated medical market on the other.

Nationalizing the Body' revisits the history of 'western' medicine in colonial South Asia through the lives, writings .

Nationalizing the Body' revisits the history of 'western' medicine in colonial South Asia through the lives, writings and practice of the numerous Bengali 'daktars' who adopted and practised it. Refusing to see 'western' medicine as an alienated appendage of the colonial state, this book explores how 'western' medicine was vernacularised. It argues that a burgeoning medical market and a medical publishing industry together gave 'daktari' medicine a social identity which did not solely derive from its association with the state.

This book seeks to move emphasis away from the over-riding importance given to the state in existing studies of ‘western’ medicine in India, and locates medical practice within its cultural, social and professional milieus. Based on Bengali doctors writings this book examines how various medical problems, challenges and debates were understood and interpreted within overlapping contexts of social identities and politics on the one hand, and their function within a largely unregulated medical market on the other.