Frontiers of Medicine in the Anglo-Egyptian Sudan, 1899-1940

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INDEX
agricultural research 57, 67, 74-85
air travel as threat to public health 4, 163, 165, 168-71, 233
al-Mahdi, Sayyid 'Abd Rahman226
al-Mirghani, Sayyid 'Ali216-17, 226
American University of Beirut42
Anderson, Captain R. G.71, 136
antenatal clinics 217-18, 227, 229
antimony tartrate 102-3, 113, 230
Archibald, Major Robert G.:
as director of the Wellcome Tropical Research Laboratories (WTRL) 27, 57, 75-87
and the Gezira 105, 115
and sleeping sickness 155
and yellow fever 176-7
assistant medical officers 27, 41, 50-1, 184, 187, 196
Atbara chemical laboratory 76, 84
Atholl, Duchess of 221-2
Atiyah, Edward46-7
Atkey, Dr O. F. H.26-7
on drainage in the Gezira 108
on female circumcision 220, 223-4
on midwifery training 210, 212, 214
atoxyl 2, 154-6, 230
auxiliary medical personnel 1, 27, 41-2, 49-51, 54, 99, 160, 184, 207, 214, 230, 233
see also assistant medical officers, laboratory assistants, midwives, nurses, sanitary hakims, sanitary inspectors, sanitary officers
Azande, the 133, 142-3
attitude towards sleeping sickness control 144-7, 158-60
life in Source Yubo settlement 154-8
relocation of 147-9, 161
social costs of relocation among 149-53, 160
bacteriologists 66-7, 70, 73-4, 76-81, 83, 85-7, 138-9, 174, 176, 180
Bailey, M. A.82
Balfour, Dr Andrew73, 105, 135
as director of the WTRL 56, 63-72, 75
as Medical Officer of Health (MOH) for Khartoum 23, 66-7, 70
basirs198
Baz, Dr Nesib45, 138, 143, 146, 148, 154
Beam, Dr William67
Belgian Congo:
African medical personnel in 40, 48-50, 231
and sleeping sickness 17, 127-8, 131, 133-4, 136, 139-40, 144, 155, 158
yellow fever research in 170, 183
see also Congo Free State
Biggar, Colonel Benjamin27, 156
birthrate 21, 203, 218
boundaries:
cultural 199-200, 205-7, 209-10, 219, 224-5, 228
between legitimate and illegitimate medical knowledge 6, 166, 173-4, 196
between medicine and politics 6-9, 201, 218-26, 228, 232
professional 5-6, 40-54, 231-2
between research and practice 6, 56-7, 79-82, 88-9, 232
Bousfield, Dr Leonard45
Bray, Major H. A.135
British Cotton Growing Association77
British doctors 33-42, 230
British Medical Association187, 225
British Social Hygiene Council222
Bryant, Dr Joseph121-4
Byam, Dr William34-6, 44-6, 105-7, 231
Carnegie Research Fund70-1
Central Board of Public Health184-5
Central Sanitary Board23
on quarantine for the Gezira 107, 115
on yellow fever 172-3, 175, 177
cerebrospinal meningitis 18, 73, 188, 230
Chalmers, Dr A. J.:
as director of the WTRL 56, 73-5, 86
and sleeping sickness 139
chemists 67, 70, 73, 76-7, 82-4, 86
chiefs' dressers 53

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Table of contents

Table of contents

  • Title Page iii
  • ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS vii
  • Contents ix
  • Illustrations x
  • Contents xi
  • Abbreviations xii
  • GLOSSARY xiv
  • I- The Boundaries of Colonial Medicine 1
  • 2: Medical Policy and Medical Practitioners 22
  • 3- The Wellcome Tropical Research Laboratories and the Organization Of Research 55
  • Conclusion 88
  • Conclusion 124
  • 5- Sleeping Sickness and the Ordering Of the South 127
  • Conclusion 161
  • 6- The International Construction Of Yellow Fever 163
  • Conclusion 195
  • 7- Midwifery Training and the Politics Of Female Circumcision 198
  • Conclusion 226
  • 8- Conclusion 229
  • Bibliography 234
  • Index 255
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