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Fees and feces: laxatives in ancient medicine with particular emphasis on pseudo-Mesue
In E. S.-S. J. A. C. Greppin & J. L. Gueriguian (Eds.), The diffusion of Greco-Roman medicine into the Middle East and the Caucasus: Vol. (pp. 7–26). Delmar, NY: Caravan Books.
Ed(s): E. J. A. C. Greppin & J. Gueriguian
Contraception and abortion
In P. B. G. W. Bowerbock & O. Grabar (Eds.), Late antiquity: A guide to the Postclassical world: Vol. (pp. 392–393). Cambridge: Belknap Press.
Ed(s): P. G. W. Bowerbock & O. Grabar
Power in the blood: Land, memory, and a southern family
[Review of ]. Historian, 61(4), 915–916.
The Pullman case: the clash of labor and capital in industrial America / David Ray Papke.
[Review of ]. Journal of Illinois History, (1999 Winter), 314.
Time and the hour: Nigeria, East Africa, and the Second World War
[Review of ]. International Journal of African Historical Studies, 32(2-3), 599–600.
An empire's new holy land: The Byzantine period (Exploring the political and material transformation of Palestinian culture through architecture, pottery and inscriptions)
[Review of ]. NEAR EASTERN ARCHAEOLOGY, 62(3), 134–180.
Mirror of modernity: Invented traditions of modern Japan, ed. by Stephen Vlastos
50 miles and a fight: Major Samuel Peter Heintzelman's journal of Texas and the Cortina War
[Review of ]. Journal of Southern History, 65(4), 869–870.
Ever Since Adam and Eve slices human sexuality with a Darwinian blade: essay review of Ever Since Adam and Eve by Malcolm Potts and Roger Short
[Review of ]. American Scientist, 87(1999), 362–366.
The color of the law: Race, violence, and justice in the post-World War II South
Chapel Hill, NC: University of North Carolina Press.
Taxonomy and the personal equation: The historical fates of Charles Girard and Louis Agassiz
[Review of ]. JOURNAL OF THE HISTORY OF BIOLOGY, 32(3), 509–555.
Seizing the new day: African Americans in post-Civil War Charleston
[Review of ]. Journal of American History (Bloomington, Ind.), 86(3), 1344–1345.
Journeymen for Jesus: Evangelical artisans confront capitalism in Jacksonian Baltimore
[Review of ]. Journal of American History (Bloomington, Ind.), 86(3), 1337–1338.
In the country of the enemy: The Civil War reports of a Massachusetts Corporal
Gainesville, FL: University Press of Florida.
Historical data as an aid in pharmaceutical prospecting and drug safety determination
Riddle, J. M. (1999, April). JOURNAL OF ALTERNATIVE AND COMPLEMENTARY MEDICINE, Vol. 5, pp. 195–201.
Freedom's moment: An essay on the French idea of liberty from Rousseau to Foucault.
Vincent, K. S. (1999, September). JOURNAL OF MODERN HISTORY, Vol. 71, pp. 704–705.
Charity and welfare: Hospitals and the poor in medieval Catalonia.
Banker, JR. (1999, October). AMERICAN HISTORICAL REVIEW, Vol. 104, pp. 1363–1364.
Workers, strikes, and pogroms: The Donbass-Dnepr bend in late imperial Russia, 1870-1905
[Review of ]. Labor History, 40(1), 131–132.
The ghost of equality: The public lives of D. D. T. Jabavu of South Africa, 1885-1959.
[Review of ]. American Historical Review, 104(1), 295–296.
Railwaymen and revolution: Russia, 1905.
[Review of ]. Europe-Asia Studies, 51(2), 367–368.