Scientific Experimentation, Colonial Medicine, and the Medicalization of Palestine
This chapter, which examines the history of colonial medicine, scientific experimentation, and the medicalization of Palestine, suggests that Zionist malariologists' discoveries and experiments were social and political events that added a new layer to the sociocultural history of Mandate Palestine given their connection to nationalist agenda. It highlights the Zionist health officials' belief that it was only by knowing the land and the enemy that effective malaria control and nationalist transformation took place.
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