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Reorganizing Hospital Space: The 1894 Plague Epidemic in Hong Kong and the Germ Theory*
This paper examined whether the preventive measures taken by the Hong Kong셲 colonial authorities were legitimate during the 1894 Hong Kong plague epidemic, and illuminated the correlation between the plague epidemic and hospital space in Hong Kong in the late 19th century. The...
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Becoming an International Scientist in South Korea: Ho Wang Lee셲 Research Activity about Epidemic Hemorrhagic Fever
In the 1960-70s, South Korea was still in the position of a science latecomer. Although the scientific research environment in South Korea at that time was insufficient, there was a scientist who achieved outcomes that could be recognized internationally while acting in South Ko...
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    19꽭湲 썑諛섎꽣 20꽭湲 以묐컲源뚯 誘멸뎅 寃븞븰쓽 諛쒖쟾 怨쇱젙뿉꽌 굹굹뒗 臾쇰━븰쓽 쁺뼢뿉 愿븯뿬
    源떖쁺
    Korean J Med Hist. 2014;23(2):343-372.   Published online August 31, 2014
    DOI: https://doi.org/10.13081/kjmh.2014.23.345
             Cited By 3
    Bodies for Empire: Biopolitics, Reproduction, and Sexual Knowledge in Late Colonial Korea
    Jin Kyung Park
    Korean J Med Hist. 2014;23(2):203-238.   Published online August 31, 2014
    DOI: https://doi.org/10.13081/kjmh.2014.23.203
             Cited By 1
    遺뼇븰뙆, 븳援 쟾넻 쓽븰 븰닠 쑀뙆쓽 깂깮怨 쟾듅: 씠洹쒖, 꽌蹂묒삤, 씠썝꽭 洹몃━怨 냼臾명븰쉶
    삤옱洹
    Korean J Med Hist. 2014;23(1):57-98.   Published online April 30, 2014
    DOI: https://doi.org/10.13081/kjmh.2014.23.57
                                     Cited By 1
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