Tauris, 2015. — 272 p.Bill Luckin has left an indelible mark on the history of medicine, stubbornly insisting for the past 40 years that urban studies and environmental history are key frames for studying public health, disease and medicine. What a pleasure it is then, to have in one volume the central body of his work.Death and Survival in Urban Britain is a collection of eight previously published articles and book chapters that represent the core of Luckin’s scholarship from the late 1970s until today. A brief introductory chapter and an extensive conclusion bound the volume. In the former he reflects on broad historiographical changes in the field, and in the latter he provides an insightful longue durée essay on the demographic and environmental history of British public health from 1800 to 1950
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