List of Authors and Essays

Below are the essays that we are currently expecting for the volume. We are continuing to secure new authors, so please check back periodically. Titles in bold with red hyperlinks take you to the page where the most recent version of the essay and any review reports can be found. You can read more about the issue, the review process, and the publication here.

    Bibliographical Essays on Secondary Sources

      Historical resources in specific languages

    •               Italian — Maria Conforti (Sapienza Università di Roma)
    • [Read]  German — Heiner Fangerau (Heinrich Heine University Düsseldorf), Ulrich Koppitz (Heinrich Heine University Düsseldorf), and Alfons Labisch (Beijing Foreign Studies University)
    •               Chinese — Marta Hanson (Johns Hopkins University)
    •               French — Pierre-Olivier Méthot (Université Laval)

      Geographical areas

    • [Read]  South Asia (Indian Subcontinent) — Arnab Chakraborty (Shanghai University)
    • [Read]  South East Asia — Vivek Neelakantan (Independent Historian of Medicine, Southeast Asia, India)
    •               East Asia/China — Robert Peckham (University of Hong Kong)
    • [Read]  Latin America — Jose Ragas (Instituto de Historia – Pontificia Universidad Católica de Chile)
    •               Islamic and Mediterranean Worlds — Nükhet Varlık (Rutgers University)

      Topical and period studies

    •               Emerging infections — Michael Bresalier (Swansea University)
    • [Read]  Zoonosis and animal infections — Barbara C. Canavan (Independent scholar)
    • [Read]  Coinfections, comorbidities, and syndemics — Lukas Engelmann (University of Edinburgh)
    • [Read]  Ancient Mediterranean — Rebecca Flemming (Cambridge University)
    • [Read]  Medieval Period — Monica H. Green (Independent Scholar, Phoenix, Arizona)
    •               Indigenous peoples and the Great Dying — Monica H. Green (Independent Scholar, Phoenix, Arizona)
    •               Mathematical analysis, statistics, and demography — Emily Hamilton (University of Massachusetts Amherst)
    • [Read]  Influenza — Mark Honigsbaum (City University, London)
    • [Read]  Global Response to HIV/AIDS — Reiko Kanazawa (University of Edinburgh)
    • [Read]  Social and racial inequalities — Michael F. McGovern (Princeton University) and Keith A. Wailoo (Princeton University)
    •               Epidemiology — Gordon McOuat (University of King’s College, Halifax)
    •               Ethics — Jacob Moses (Johns Hopkins University)
    •               Disability — Aparna Nair (University of Oklahoma)
    •               Global Health and Politics of Epidemics/Pandemics — Kavita Sivaramakrishnan (Columbia University) and Valentina Parisi (Columbia University)
    • [Read]  Microbes — James Stark (University of Leeds)
    •               Vaccinations — Dora Vargha (University of Exeter)

    Primary Source Essay and Bibliography

    •               Pandemics in the Popular Magazine Scientific American, 1848-1920 — Lewis Laska (Tennessee State University)