This item the making of modern chinese medicine 1850 1960 contemporary chinese studies by bridie andrews paperback 3000 only 7 left in stock more on the way ships from and sold by amazoncom. The making of modern chinese medicine 1850 1960 integrates overviews of chinese history with perceptive readings of medical texts broad brush stroke accounts of social and political transformations combine with an attentiveness to the role of individual practitioners and institutions clearly demonstrating andrewss familiarity with a diverse literature while the book tracks the assimilation of western medicine in china and its role as an instrument of cultural and political self . The making of modern chinese medicine 1850 1960 bridie andrews bridie andrews distributed for university of british columbia press 316 pages contemporary chinese studies paper 3595 isbn 9780774824330 published january 2015 for sale in usa only cloth 9900 isbn 9780774824323 published . Read or download now http goodreadscome bookpopularcom book0774824328pdf the making of modern chinese medicine 1850 1960 contemporary chinese studies read. In this long awaited synthetic study examining the transformation of chinese medical culture from a pluralistic and private affair in the mid nineteenth century to a standardized and state sponsored dual system by the mid twentieth andrews offers the best account to date of how western medicine xiyi and chinese medicine zhongyi encountered each other and both became modern the genius of this study is that it keeps its eye fully on both forms of medicine rather
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