Law, Medicine and State Building in Britain’s Settler Colonies, 1780-1850

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Law, Medicine and State Building in Britain’s Settler Colonies, 1780-1850, will examine the development of laws related to health in settler colonies and explore previously unexamined relationships of significance between medicine, settler colonial administrations, and the British Empire. This work will illuminate a significant administrative and regulatory aspect of Imperial governance and help us more fully understand the legal framework of the British Empire.
StatusFinished
Effective start/end date1/01/171/09/20

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  • LAW Centre for Law and History Research