Pandemics and the politics of difference: rewriting the history of internationalism through nineteenth-century cholera†

@article{Huber2020PandemicsAT,
  title={Pandemics and the politics of difference: rewriting the history of internationalism through nineteenth-century cholera†},
  author={Valeska Huber},
  journal={Journal of Global History},
  year={2020},
  volume={15},
  pages={394 - 407}
}
  • Valeska Huber
  • Published 1 November 2020
  • History
  • Journal of Global History
Abstract This article revisits the origins of internationalism in the field of health and shows how the cholera epidemics of the nineteenth century, much like the current coronavirus crisis, brought global differences such as social inequalities, political hierarchies, and scientific conflicts to the fore. Beyond drawing parallels between the cholera epidemics and the current crisis, the article argues for combining imperial and social histories in order to write richer and more grounded… 
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