Ecole Des Hautes Études En Santé Publique
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    [Education or constraint: measles vaccination in France during the belle epoque]
    with L. Murard
    History and Philosophy of the Life Sciences 17 (1): 31-53. 1994.
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    Medicine as a social instrument: Rockefeller foundation, 1913-45
    with I. Lowy
    Studies in History and Philosophy of Science Part C: Studies in History and Philosophy of Biological and Biomedical Sciences 31 (3): 365-379. 2000.
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    Medicine as a social instrument: Rockefeller Foundation, 1913–45
    with Ilana Löwy
    Studies in History and Philosophy of Science Part C: Studies in History and Philosophy of Biological and Biomedical Sciences 31 (3): 365-379. 2000.
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    Histoire des sciences
    with Perrine Simon-Nahum, Jean-Paul Guiot, Jean Rosmorduc, Catherine Goldstein, Antonella Romano, Jacques Gadille, Clifford D. Conner, Andreas Kleinert, Olivier Remaud, Goulven Laurent, François Duchesneau, Claude Blanckaert, Nicole Hulin, Jean Gayon, Thierry Saignes, and Charles Lenay
    Revue de Synthèse 115 (1-2): 213-266. 1994.
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    Sciences de la nature et médecine
    with Goulven Laurent, Claude Blanckaert, Jean-Marc Drouin, François Duchesneau, Antonella La Vergata, Charles Lenay, Marie-France Morel, Marie Jaisson, Roselyne Rey, Anne-Marie Moulin, and Jean Gayon
    Revue de Synthèse 113 (3-4): 515-550. 1992.
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    Seeds for French health care: Did the Rockefeller foundation plant the seeds between the two world wars?
    with L. Murard
    Studies in History and Philosophy of Science Part C: Studies in History and Philosophy of Biological and Biomedical Sciences 31 (3): 463-475. 2000.
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    L'enfer tonique
    with Lion Murard
    History of European Ideas 4 (2): 151-182. 1983.
    1 Le present article constitue la refonte d'une communication présentée par les auteurs lors du colloque ‘Malthus, hier et aujourd'hui’, qui s'est tenu à l'Unesco du 27 au 29 mai 1980, à Paris. sous I'égide de la Société de démographie historique. Les auteurs tiennent à remercier Madame Michelle Perrot de sa bienveillante hospitalité à leur égard. Notre reconnaissance va également au professeur Theodore Zeldin et au St Anthony's College qui, en accueillant généreusement les auteurs durant I'auto…Read more
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    Le Moment Guizot
    with Lion Murard
    Revue de Synthèse 110 (2): 293-298. 1989.
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    History of European Ideas 7 (4): 329-334. 1986.
  • Éducation ou contrainte: La vaccination antivariolique en France à la Belle Époque
    with Lion Murard
    History and Philosophy of the Life Sciences 17 (1). 1995.
    The dreadful nature of the epidemic of 1870 explains why smallpox, not cholera, played a central role in the French public health regulations. And yet, France went it alone on the matter. The rules required isolation for the contagious sick and mandatory notification of the disease almost everywhere, nevertheless France relied only on persuasion. True, the public health law of 1902 provided the State with new weapons. But would such a mandatory decree be sufficient to awake popular opinion? Ther…Read more