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Guide to Historical Perspectives of Global Health: Home

This guide is for the course Historical Perspectives on Global Health

Welcome

Looking for sources on the history of global health?  Start here for a beginning look at the resources Yale has, and beyond. Click on the tabs above to find scholarly books, journal articles and other secondary texts, primary-source documents, and credible web sites about global health, including historical resources and information on many countries.


This film is a short animated film —The Story of Ebola— is produced by the Global Health Media Project in collaboration with UNICEF, International Federation of Red Cross and Red Crescent Societies, and Yoni Goodman. The film, featuring a young girl whose grandfather dies from Ebola, was used as part of educational and awareness efforts in West Africa.  You can find other films at the Moving Image Archive.

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