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    1. The social nature of mental illness - Bowers, Len, 1955- 2000

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    2. Companion encyclopedia of the history of medicine - W. F. Bynum, Roy Porter 1993

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    3. Asylum in the community - John Carrier, Dylan Ronald Tomlinson 1996

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    4. Bedlam: London's hospital for the mad - Paul Chambers 2009

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    5. The Western medical tradition 800 BC to AD 1800 - Lawrence I. Conrad 1995

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    6. From idiocy to mental deficiency: historical perspectives on people with learning disabilities - David Wright, Anne Digby, Society for the Social History of Medicine 1996

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    7. History of medicine: a scandalously short introduction - Jacalyn Duffin c1999

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    8. The healing arts: health, disease and society in Europe, 1500-1800 - Peter Elmer, Open University c2004

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    9. History of madness - Michel Foucault, Jean Khalfa 2005

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    10. Medicine and madness: a social history of insanity in New South Wales, 1880-1940 - Stephen Garton, American Council of Learned Societies c1988 (electronic resource)

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    11. Disease and the modern world: 1500 to the present day - Mark Harrison 2004

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    12. From Hogarth to Rowlandson: medicine in art in eighteenth-century Britain - Fiona Haslam 1996

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    13. Mental health matters: a reader - Tom Heller, Open University 1996

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    14. Madness in seventeenth-century autobiography - Katharine Hodgkin 2007 (electronic resource)

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    15. The history of mental retardation: collected papers - Marvin Rosen, Gerald R. Clark, Marvin S. Kivitz 1976

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    16. Health & healing in eighteenth-century Germany - Mary Lindemann, American Council of Learned Societies c1996 (electronic resource)

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    17. Idiocy: a cultural history - Patrick McDonagh 2008

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    18. The mental world of Stuart women: three studies - Sara Heller Mendelson 1987

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    19. A history of mental health nursing - Peter Nolan 1993

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    20. Rhetoric and medicine in early modern Europe - Stephen Pender, Nancy S. Struever 2012 (electronic resource)

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    21. The Popularization of medicine, 1650-1850 - Roy Porter 1992

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    22. The English Medieval Hospital c.1050-1640 - Elizabeth Prescott 1992

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    23. Mental health policy in Britain - Anne Rogers, David Pilgrim 2001

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    24. Madness: a very short introduction - Andrew T. Scull 2011

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    25. Medieval & early Renaissance medicine: an introduction to knowledge and practice - Nancy G. Siraisi, American Council of Learned Societies c1990 (electronic resource)

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    26. Lunatic hospitals in Georgian England, 1750-1830 - Leonard D. Smith c2007 (electronic resource)

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    27. The invisible plague: the rise of mental illness from 1750 to the present - E. Fuller Torrey, American Council of Learned Societies 2003, c2001 (electronic resource)

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    28. Insanity and the lunatic asylum in the nineteenth century - Thomas Knowles, Serena Trowbridge 2014 (electronic resource)

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    29. Women's madness: misogyny or mental illness? - Jane M. Ussher 1991

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    30. Outside the walls of the asylum: the history of care in the community 1750-2000 - Peter Bartlett, David Wright 1999

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  4. The idea of disability in the eighteenth century - Chris Mounsey 2015 (electronic resource)

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  5. Insanity, institutions, and society, 1800-1914: a social history of madness in comparative perspective - Joseph Melling, W. J. Forsythe 1999 (electronic resource)

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  6. Lunatic hospitals in Georgian England, 1750-1830 - Leonard D. Smith c2007 (electronic resource)

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  7. Madness: An American History of Mental Illness and Its Treatment - Mary DeYoung 2010 (electronic resource)

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  8. Anatomy of an Epidemic - Robert Whitaker 2010

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  9. Is mental illness mental? - Watson, George Jan 1, 1956

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