Canadian Bulletin of Medical History

Edited by Erika Dyck & Kenton Kroker

Published Biannually | E-ISSN 2371–0179 | ISSN 0823–2105 Paru en Biannually | E-ISSN 2371–0179 | ISSN 0823–2105 Version Française English Version

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Founded in 1984, the Canadian Bulletin of Medical History is the leading national journal for the history of medicine, health, and related fields. Its aim is to situate the history of health, medicine, and biomedical science within local, regional, and international contexts. We publish high quality, original, refereed articles, with a coverage of all periods and aspects of medical history, both Canadian and international. Like our sponsor, the Canadian Society for the History of Medicine, the CBMH has a proud and long-standing tradition of bilingualism. We publish articles and reviews in French and English, and all abstracts are translated into both languages.

The online CBMH archive is open access at http://www.utpjournals.press/loi/cbmh.

Upcoming issues include:
Frank Stahnisch, guest editor, "Probing the Limits of 'Method' in the Neurosciences"

Séverine Parayre, guest editor, “L'internationalisation de l'hygiène à l'école / The Internationalization of School Hygiene”

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Bulletin canadien d'histoire de la médecine

Sous la direction de Erika Dyck & Kenton Kroker

Published Biannually | E-ISSN 2371–0179 | ISSN 0823–2105 Paru en Biannually | E-ISSN 2371–0179 | ISSN 0823–2105 Version Française English Version

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Fondé en 1984, le Bulletin canadien d'histoire de la médecine est la principale revue canadienne en histoire de la médecine, de la santé et des domaines connexes. Son objectif est de replacer l'histoire de la santé, de la médecine et des sciences biomédicales au sein de leurs contextes locaux, régionaux et internationaux. Nous publions des articles de haute qualité, originaux, évalués par les pairs et nous couvrons tous les aspects et les périodes de l’histoire médicale canadienne et internationale. Tout comme la Société canadienne d’histoire de la médecine qui nous soutient financièrement, nous avons une longue tradition de bilinguisme. Nous publions des articles et des compte-rendus de livres en français et en anglais, et tous les résumés des articles sont traduits dans les deux langues officielles.

Les numéros avant no. 33.1 sont disponibles à http://www.cbmh.ca/index.php/cbmh.

Les numéros à venir incluront:
Frank Stahnisch, “Probing the Limits of 'Method' in the Neurosciences”

Séverine Parayre, “L'internationalisation de l'hygiène à l'école / The Internationalization of School Hygiene”

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Founded in 1984, the Canadian Bulletin of Medical History is the leading national journal for the history of medicine, health, and related fields. Its aim is to situate the history of health, medicine, and biomedical science within local, regional, and international contexts. We publish high quality, original, refereed articles, with a coverage of all periods and aspects of medical history, both Canadian and international. Like our sponsor, the Canadian Society for the History of Medicine, the CBMH has a proud and long-standing tradition of bilingualism. We publish articles and reviews in French and English, and all abstracts are translated into both languages.

Canadian Bulletin of Medical History

Edited by Erika Dyck & Kenton Kroker

Published Biannually | E-ISSN 2371–0179 | ISSN 0823–2105 Paru en Biannually | E-ISSN 2371–0179 | ISSN 0823–2105 Version Française English Version

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Founded in 1984, the Canadian Bulletin of Medical History is the leading national journal for the history of medicine, health, and related fields. Its aim is to situate the history of health, medicine, and biomedical science within local, regional, and international contexts. We publish high quality, original, refereed articles, with a coverage of all periods and aspects of medical history, both Canadian and international. Like our sponsor, the Canadian Society for the History of Medicine, the CBMH has a proud and long-standing tradition of bilingualism. We publish articles and reviews in French and English, and all abstracts are translated into both languages.

The online CBMH archive is open access at http://www.utpjournals.press/loi/cbmh.

Upcoming issues include:
Frank Stahnisch, guest editor, "Probing the Limits of 'Method' in the Neurosciences"

Séverine Parayre, guest editor, “L'internationalisation de l'hygiène à l'école / The Internationalization of School Hygiene”

Continue Reading Read Less

Fondé en 1984, le Bulletin canadien d'histoire de la médecine est la principale revue canadienne en histoire de la médecine, de la santé et des domaines connexes. Son objectif est de replacer l'histoire de la santé, de la médecine et des sciences biomédicales au sein de leurs contextes locaux, régionaux et internationaux. Nous publions des articles de haute qualité, originaux, évalués par les pairs et nous couvrons tous les aspects et les périodes de l’histoire médicale canadienne et internationale. Tout comme la Société canadienne d’histoire de la médecine qui nous soutient financièrement, nous avons une longue tradition de bilinguisme. Nous publions des articles et des compte-rendus de livres en français et en anglais, et tous les résumés des articles sont traduits dans les deux langues officielles.

Les numéros avant no. 33.1 sont disponibles à http://www.cbmh.ca/index.php/cbmh.

Les numéros à venir incluront:
Frank Stahnisch, “Probing the Limits of 'Method' in the Neurosciences”

Séverine Parayre, “L'internationalisation de l'hygiène à l'école / The Internationalization of School Hygiene”

Plus Moins
  • Editorial board

    Jeffrey L. McNairn has been a member of the history department at Queen’s University since 2002 where he is an associate professor and associate chair. He teaches courses on British North America and the history of the law, schooling, and the state. He is the author of The Capacity to Judge: Public Opinion and Deliberative Democracy in Upper Canada and a number of studies of British travellers to the Maritime colonies, the intellectual history of liberalism, historiography, and imprisonment for debt. His current research project, tentatively entitled “Contribution, Coordination and Consent,” focuses on the taxation and collective action problems in financing local public infrastructure, especially roads, in Upper Canada.

    Matthew Hayday is a Professor of History at the University of Guelph. His work focusses on post-1945 Canadian political history, particularly issues related to English-French relations, social movements, national identity, and the politics of commemoration and celebrations. He has published six books and edited collections, including Celebrating Canada, vols. 1 and 2 (2016 and 2018), So They Want Us to Learn French: Promoting and Opposing Bilingualism in English Speaking Canada (2015), and Bilingual Today, United Tomorrow: Official Languages in Education and Canadian Federalism (2005). His work has also appeared in the Journal of the Canadian Historical Association, Journal of Canadian Studies, Ontario History, and The Canadian Historical Review. He is currently the series editor of the “Living History” Canadian history series for Oxford University Press Canada.

    Editorial Address

    The Editors, The Canadian Historical Review
    c/o University of Toronto Press Inc.
    5201 Dufferin Street
    Toronto, Ontario, Canada M3H 5T8
    Email: chr@utpress.utoronto.ca

    Editorial Contact

    Martin Llewellyn
    Editorial Coordinator / Coordonnateur d'éditorial
    University of Toronto Press Journals Division
    5201 Dufferin St.
    Toronto ON M3H 5T8
    Email: mllewellyn@utpress.utoronto.ca
    Phone: (416) 667-7777 ext 7762
    Fax/Télécirc. (416) 667-7881

    Editorial Board

    Harold Bérubé
    Université de Sherbrooke

    Jarvis Brownlie
    University of Manitoba

    Kevin Brushett
    Royal Military College of Canada

    Jordan Stanger-Ross
    University of Victoria

    Shirley Tillotson
    Dalhousie University

    Book Review Editor

    Don Wright
    University of New Brunswick

    Advisory Board

    Denyse Baillargeon
    Université de Montréal

    Joel Belliveau
    Université Laurentienne

    P.E. Bryden
    University of Victoria

    Claire Campbell
    Bucknell University

    Lara Campbell
    Simon Fraser University

    Keith Carlson
    University of Saskatchewan

    Catherine Carstairs
    University of Guelph

    Stéphane Castonguay
    Université du Québec à Trois-Rivières

    Chad Gaffield
    University of Ottawa

    John Lutz
    University of Victoria

    Brenda Macdougall
    University of Ottawa

    Dominique Marshall
    Carleton University

    Ian MacKay
    McMaster University

    Lianne McTavish
    University of Alberta

    Sasha Mullally
    University of New Brunswick

    Tamara Myers
    Lehigh University

    Andrew Smith
    University of Liverpool

    Sylvie Taschereau
    Université du Québec à Trois-Rivières

  • Open Access Policy

    In response to the Tri-Agency Open Access Policy on Publications, Canadian Bulletin of Medical History has developed a plan to ensure our authors are able to comply with the policy. There are two open access options allowed by the Tri-Agency, green and gold:

    Green Open Access
    Twelve (12) months after publication of the version of record (i.e., the article after copyediting, tagging, typesetting, etc.), the author may deposit a copy of the accepted article in their institutional repository with a DOI or direct link to the version of record. Please let us know when the deposit is made so that we can update our records.

    Gold Open Access
    At publication, the final version of record will become freely available on our primary platform, utpjournals.press. The Author Publication Charge is $3,000.

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  • Acknowledgements

    The Canadian Bulletin of Medical History gratefully acknowledges the support of the Social Science and Humanities Research Council Aid to Scholarly Journals program and Associated Medical Services.

  • Author resources

    The Canadian Bulletin of Medical History accepts manuscripts in English and in French. All submitted articles undergo a double-blinded peer review process by two experts in the field before being accepted for publication. Submitted articles must not be under simultaneous review by another journal. The average turnaround time from original submission and acceptance is 3.5 months.

    Full submission guidelines are available here.

    All Canadian Bulletin of Medical History submissions, reviews, and editorial work is done through our online peer review management system, ScholarOne Manuscripts. At this time, we would ask that you please contribute content to the journal through ScholarOne Manuscripts.

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  • Prize for best paper

    Hilda Neatby Prize (awarded by the Canadian Historical Association's Committee on Women’s History for the best articles in French and English on women's history)

    Winner of the English Language Article
    Katrina Ackerman, "In Defence of Reason: Religion, Science, and the Prince Edward Island Anti-Abortion Movement, 1969-1988," CBMH/BCHM 31.2 (2014): 117-138

    Winner of the Jean-Marie-Fecteau Prize
    (awarded by the Canadian Historical Association for the best article published in a peer-reviewed journal by a PhD or Masters-level student in English or in French)
    Sarah Shropshire, “What’s a guy to do?: Contraceptive Responsibility, Confronting Masculinity, and the History of Vasectomy in Canada,” CBMH/BCHM 31.2 (2014): 161-82

  • Editorialboard_Fr

    Jeffrey L. McNairn has been a member of the history department at Queen’s University since 2002 where he is an associate professor and associate chair. He teaches courses on British North America and the history of the law, schooling, and the state. He is the author of The Capacity to Judge: Public Opinion and Deliberative Democracy in Upper Canada and a number of studies of British travellers to the Maritime colonies, the intellectual history of liberalism, historiography, and imprisonment for debt. His current research project, tentatively entitled “Contribution, Coordination and Consent,” focuses on the taxation and collective action problems in financing local public infrastructure, especially roads, in Upper Canada.

    Matthew Hayday is a Professor of History at the University of Guelph. His work focusses on post-1945 Canadian political history, particularly issues related to English-French relations, social movements, national identity, and the politics of commemoration and celebrations. He has published six books and edited collections, including Celebrating Canada, vols. 1 and 2 (2016 and 2018), So They Want Us to Learn French: Promoting and Opposing Bilingualism in English Speaking Canada (2015), and Bilingual Today, United Tomorrow: Official Languages in Education and Canadian Federalism (2005). His work has also appeared in the Journal of the Canadian Historical Association, Journal of Canadian Studies, Ontario History, and The Canadian Historical Review. He is currently the series editor of the “Living History” Canadian history series for Oxford University Press Canada.

    Editorial Address

    The Editors, The Canadian Historical Review
    c/o University of Toronto Press Inc.
    5201 Dufferin Street
    Toronto, Ontario, Canada M3H 5T8
    Email: chr@utpress.utoronto.ca

    Editorial Contact

    Martin Llewellyn
    Editorial Coordinator / Coordonnateur d'éditorial
    University of Toronto Press Journals Division
    5201 Dufferin St.
    Toronto ON M3H 5T8
    Email: mllewellyn@utpress.utoronto.ca
    Phone: (416) 667-7777 ext 7762
    Fax/Télécirc. (416) 667-7881

    Editorial Board

    Harold Bérubé
    Université de Sherbrooke

    Jarvis Brownlie
    University of Manitoba

    Kevin Brushett
    Royal Military College of Canada

    Jordan Stanger-Ross
    University of Victoria

    Shirley Tillotson
    Dalhousie University

    Book Review Editor

    Don Wright
    University of New Brunswick

    Advisory Board

    Denyse Baillargeon
    Université de Montréal

    Joel Belliveau
    Université Laurentienne

    P.E. Bryden
    University of Victoria

    Claire Campbell
    Bucknell University

    Lara Campbell
    Simon Fraser University

    Keith Carlson
    University of Saskatchewan

    Catherine Carstairs
    University of Guelph

    Stéphane Castonguay
    Université du Québec à Trois-Rivières

    Chad Gaffield
    University of Ottawa

    John Lutz
    University of Victoria

    Brenda Macdougall
    University of Ottawa

    Dominique Marshall
    Carleton University

    Ian MacKay
    McMaster University

    Lianne McTavish
    University of Alberta

    Sasha Mullally
    University of New Brunswick

    Tamara Myers
    Lehigh University

    Andrew Smith
    University of Liverpool

    Sylvie Taschereau
    Université du Québec à Trois-Rivières

  • Politique sur le libre accès

    En réponse à l’adoption de la Politique des trois organismes sur le libre accès aux publications, Bulletin canadien d'histoire de la médecine a mis au point un plan pour permettre à ses auteurs de s’y conformer. Deux options de libre accès sont permises par les organismes :

    Voie verte
    Douze (12) mois suivant la publication de la version finale (c.-à-d. révisée, mise en page, etc.), l’auteur peut déposer une copie de l’article acceptée dans le registre de son établissement avec un lien direct ou un identificateur d’objets numériques (DOI). Prière de nous informer du dépôt afin que nous puissions mettre à jour nos dossiers.

    Voie dorée
    Lors de la publication, la version finale devient accessible gratuitement depuis notre plateforme principale, utpjournals.press. Les frais de publication sont de 3 000 $.

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  • Acknowledgements_Fr

    La revue Bulletin canadien d'histoire de la médecine est très reconnaissante envers le Conseil de recherches en sciences humaines du Canada et Associated Medical Services pour leur soutien.

  • Authorresources_Fr

    Le Bulletin canadien d’histoire de la médecine accepte des manuscrits rédigés en français et en anglais. Tous les articles sont soumis à un rigoureux processus d'évaluation par les pairs. Deux lecteurs anonymes soumettent leur rapport au comité de rédaction avant que celui-ci accepte ou rejette un texte pour publication. Les manuscrits soumis au BCHM ne peuvent pas faire l’objet d’une évaluation, en même temps, pour une autre revue. Le délai moyen d'exécution de la soumission et de l'acceptation initiale est de 3,5 mois.

    Les normes de publications sont disponsibles ici.

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    Droits et permissions

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  • Prizes And Awards_Fr

    Le prix Hilda Neatby Article de langue anglaise

    Katrina Ackerman, « In Defence of Reason: Religion, Science, and the Prince Edward Island Anti-Abortion Movement, 1969-1988, » CBMH/BCHM 31.2 (2014): 117-138

    Le prix Jean-Marie-Fecteau

    Sarah Shropshire, « What’s a guy to do?: Contraceptive Responsibility, Confronting Masculinity and the History of Vasectomy in Canada, » CBMH/BCHM 31.2 (2014): 161-82