BMGN/LHCR Volume 132 – Issue 1: Blurring Boundaries: Towards a Medical History of the Twentieth CenturyBMGN/LHCR Volume 132 – Issue 1: Blurring Boundaries: Towards a Medical History of the Twentieth Century

A special issue of BMGN – Low Countries Historical Review can shed new light on a particular subject in the history of the Low Countries, as was the case in the recent issue on iconoclasm. It can also take an element of history and link this to a new historical approach, as – even more recently – in the special issue devoted to the academic ‘persona’. Our current issue about the medical history of the Low Countries is set in the context of more general political, social and cultural developments, which in turn gave rise to a rethinking of medical history, both in the Low Countries and elsewhere.

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Het nieuwste nummer van BMGN – Low Countries Historical Review staat online: een themanummer over de recente medische geschiedenis in de Lage Landen. Onder gastredacteurschap van Kaat Wils, Frank Huisman en Joris Vandendriessche brengt dit nummer u op de hoogte van de huidige stand van zaken in dit vakgebied en maakt duidelijk dat specifieke politieke, culturele en sociale tegenstellingen en ontwikkelingen verbonden zijn met medische ontwikkelingen.

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