Medical pluralism and homoeopathy in India and Germany (1810-2010) : a comparison of practices / edited by Martin Dinges.

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Book
Language
English
Published/​Created
Stuttgart : Steiner, 2014.
Description
250 pages : illustrations ; 24 cm.

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Includes bibliographical references.
Contents
  • East meets west : Johann M. Honigberger and medical pluralism through the eyes of a 19th century Transylvanian Saxon in India / Silvia Waisse
  • Innovating indigeneity, reforming domesticity : nationalising homeopathy in Colonial Bengal / Shinjini Das
  • Rethinking Asymmetries in the marketplace : medical Pluralism in Germany, 1869-1910 / Avi Sharma
  • A homeopathic clinic in a multispeciality hospital : reflections from practice / Ameeta R. Manchanda
  • Homeopathy in urban primary healthcare units of the Delhi government : an assessment / Raj Kumar Manchanda, Surender Kumar Verma, Leena V. Chhatre, Harlem Kaur
  • Nosopolitics : epistemic mangling and the creolization of contemporary Ayurveda / Harish Naraindas
  • The quest for another recognition : ethnography of an homeopath in Tamil Nadu / Hugues Dusausoit
  • The patients' choice : how and why sick people used homeopathy in 19th century Munster / Marion Baschin
  • Patients' trend in choosing the homeopathic medical system in India / Rahul Tewari, Ramachandran Valavan
  • Medical pluralism and the patients' perspective in Germany : letters to "Natur und Median" (1992-2000) / Philipp Eisele
  • Medical pluralism in a slum in Delhi : global medicine in a local garb? / Nupur Barua
  • Pluralism, popularity and propaganda : narratives of lay practices of homeopathy in India / Krishna Soman
  • Looking behind and ahead / William Sax
  • Authors.
ISBN
  • 9783515104845 ((pbk. ; : alk. paper))
  • 3515104844 ((pbk. ; : alk. paper))
OCLC
870636407
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