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Food & History (FOOD 14.1)

Food & History - 14:1 (2016)
Food and Hospitals: From 9th-century Baghdad to 20th-century Sochi

170 x 244 mm
ISBN: 978-2-503-56618-4
Languages: English, French
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Table of Contents

Jonathan REINARZ. Towards a History of Hospital Food.

Véronique PITCHON. To Feed and Care according to Dietetic Principles: The Preparation and Distribution of Food and Medicine in Medieval Islamic Hospitals.

Fritz DROSS. "Man does not live by bread alone": Feeding Confraternity in Early modern Nuremberg leprosaria.

Laurinda ABREU. Portuguese Experiences of Artificial Infant Feeding in the Late Eighteenth Century.

Ilaria BERTI. "Feeding the Sick upon Stewed Fish and Pork." Slave Health and Food in West Indies Sugar Plantation Hospitals.

Sue HAWKINS and Andrea TANNER. Food, Glorious Food: The Functions of Food in British Children’s hospitals, 1852–1914.

Johanna CONTERIO. Places of Plenty: Patient Perspectives on Nutrition and Health in the Health Resorts of the USSR, 1917–1953.

Conference Report: IEHCA Summer University 2016

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Interest Classification:
Medieval & Renaissance History (c.400-1500)
Medieval European history (400-1500) : main subdisciplines
Social & economic history

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