- Title Pages
- Introduction. Toward a Visual Culture of Public Health
- 1. Image and the Imaginary in Early Health Education
- 2. Cultural Communication in Picturing Health
- 3. The Color of Money
- 4. Empathy and Objectivity
- 5. Contagion, Public Health, and the Visual Culture of Nineteenth-Century Skin
- 6. Maps as Graphic Propaganda for Public Health
- 7. “Some One Sole Unique Advertisement”
- 8. Nursing the Nation
- 9. Visual Imagery and Epidemics in the Twentieth Century
- 10. The Image of the Child in Postwar British and U.S. Psychoanalysis
- 11. Performing Live Surgery on Television and the Internet since 1945
- 12. Imagining Mood Disorders as a Public Health Crisis
- Imagining Illness
- University of Minnesota Press
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