Toxic Airs: Body, Place, Planet in Historical Perspective

Toxic Airs: Body, Place, Planet in Historical Perspective
James Rodger Fleming and Ann Johnson (eds.)

Contents:

1. Corrupt Air, Poisonous Places, and the Toxic Breath of Witches in Late Medieval Medicine and Theology by Brenda Gardenour Walter
2. Surgeon Reginald Orton and the Pathology of Deadly Air: The Contest for Context in Environmental Health by Christopher Hamlin
3. Better to Cry Than Die? The Paradoxes of Tear Gas in the Vietnam Era by Roger Eardley-Pryor
4. Toxic Soldiers: Chemicals and the Bodies of Gulf War Syndrome Sufferers by Susie Kilshaw
5. Deciphering the Chemistry of Los Angeles Smog, 1945–1995 by Peter Brimblecombe
6. Chasing Molecules: Chemistry and Technology for Automotive Emissions Control by Richard Chase Dunn and Ann Johnson

7. CHESS Lessons: Controversy and Compromise in the Making of the EPA by Jongmin Lee

8. A Heightened Controversy: Nuclear Weapons Testing,Radioactive Tracers, and the Dynamic Stratosphere by E. Jerry Jessee

9. Burning Rain: The Long-Range Transboundary Air Pollution Project by Rachel Rothschild

10. The Transmutation of Ozone in the Early 1970s by Matthias Dörries

11. Who Owns the Air? Contemporary Art Addresses the Climate Crisis by Andrea Polli

12. Carbon “Die”-Oxide: The Personal and the Planetary by James Rodger Fleming

 

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