[Show abstract][Hide abstract] ABSTRACT: The article analyzes the relations between public health and empire in Spain under the reign of Isabel II (1833-68). After presenting certain conceptual notions, the case of the Army health administration is proposed as a specific example of these relations. On a journey through the Empire's different settings (the Iberian peninsula, Cuba, Porto Rico, and the Philippines), the text explains the singular architecture of Spain's 19th century Empire and the role played by different groups, often marginalized from historical accounts.
História Ciências Saúde-Manguinhos 04/2006; 13(2):439-475.
História Ciências Saúde-Manguinhos 01/2006; 13(2).
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