Curative Powers

Curative Powers

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Curative Powers combines post-colonial theory with ethnographic research to reconstruct how the Soviet government used medicine and public health policy to transform the society, politics, and culture of its outlying regions, specifically Kazakhstan. Winner of the 2003 Heldt Prize from the Association for Women in Slavic Studies.Zapisok Semipalatinskogo otdela obshchestva izucheniia Kazakhstana 1 (1929): 1-12. Belilovskii ... Moskovitianin 1 (April 1851): 201. Isaev, U. D. aquot;Po-bola#39; shevistski vziata#39;sia za perestroiku zdravookhraneniia v Kazakhstane.aquot; Meditsin- skiianbsp;...

Title:Curative Powers
Author: Paula Michaels
Publisher:University of Pittsburgh Pre - 2003-04-01

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