By Tracy Penny Light,Barbara Brookes,Wendy Mitchinson
These essays extend the dialog on well-being and gender through reading their intersection in several geo-political contexts and instances. continually measured via beliefs and judged via these in authority, fit improvement has been construed in a different way for teenage ladies, grownup women and men, postpartum moms, and people looking plastic surgery. over the years, meanings of wellbeing and fitness have multiplied from an capable physique signifying overall healthiness within the 19th century to suggestions of "well-being," a mental and ethical interpretation, which has ruled overall healthiness discourse in Western international locations because the overdue 20th century.
Through examinations of specific occasions and areas, throughout centuries and 3 continents, physically topics highlights the ways that the physique is either subjectively skilled and turns into a topic of inquiry.
Contributors contain Barbara Brookes (University of Otago), Brigitte Fuchs (University of Vienna), Catherine Gidney (St Thomas University), Mona Gleason (University of British Columbia), Natalie Gravelle (York University), Rebecca Godderis (Wilfrid Laurier University), Antje Kampf (Humboldt collage of Berlin), Marjorie Levine-Clark (University of Denver), Wendy Mitchinson (University of Waterloo), Meg Parsons (University of Auckland), Tracy Penny mild (University of Waterloo), Patricia A. Reeve (Suffolk University), Anika Stafford (Simon Fraser University), and Thomas Wendelboe (University of Waterloo).
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Bodily Subjects: Essays on Gender and Health, 1800-2000 (McGill-Queen’s/Associated Medical Services Studies in the History of Medicine, H) by Tracy Penny Light,Barbara Brookes,Wendy Mitchinson