2024 American Association for the History of Medicine Annual Meeting

UNC Press is excited to be exhibiting in-person at the American Association for the History of Medicine annual meeting! We hope you’ll stop by our booth to say hello to editor María García and to browse our titles on display. If you can’t join us in-person, you can always visit our virtual booth.

Studies in Social Medicine Series

Series Editors:

Allan M. Brandt, Harvard University & Jonathan Oberlander, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill

Studies in Social Medicine seeks creative new scholarship at the intersection of medicine, health, and society. The series editors are especially interested in original work by both senior and emerging scholars that furthers our understanding of how medicine and society shape one another historically, politically, and ethically. Studies in Social Medicine is grounded in the convictions that medicine is a social science, that medicine is humanistic and cultural as well as biological, and that it should be studied as a social, political, ethical, and economic force.

Books published in the series may address the historical and social origins of disease and wellness; social inequalities and disparities in medical care; social determinants of health; cultural components of illness; politics of health care reform; moral responsibilities of medical care; emerging technologies and their ethical, social, and cultural implications; global health and medicine; and gaps between medical knowledge and health care delivery.

Stop by either our in-person booth or our virtual booth to browse our titles on display! Be sure to use promo code 01DAH40 at checkout to receive our 40% conference discount. And if your order totals over $75, domestic US shipping is FREE.