Biography

Steven Cherry has research interests in social history, particularly the history of health and medicine in Britain and Europe.  His courses include Medicine and Society, Madness and Medicine, and Medicine and Gender Issues, along with ‘modern’ teaching on the Death, the Body and Disease special subject. He also contributes to the MA medical history pathway and is currently Director of the MA in History programme. He is currently supervising theses on Asylum history; the Perceptions of madness and religious mania; Suffolk doctors in the 18th and early 19th centuries; Care for the elderly in Britain and Japan; and Family reconstitution in south Norfolk.

 

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Cherry, S.

(2011)

The Cottage Hospitals in Britain,

in Special Issue, Hygienism and Architechture.

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Cherry, S., King, F.

(2011)

Medical services in a Northern Russian Province,

in Medicine in the remote and rural North, 1900-2000/Studies for the Society for the Social History of Medicine 2011.

Pickering and Chatto

pp. 21-37

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Cherry, S., Cherry, S. (ed.), Andresen, A. (ed.), Barona, J. (ed.)

(2010)

Making a New Countryside. Health issues in rural Europe 1850-1970,

Peter Lang

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Cherry, S.

(2007)

"Keeping your hand in" and holding on: general practitioners and rural hosptials in 19th and 20th century East Anglia,

in The Impact of Hospitals 300-2000.

Peter Lang Pub Inc

pp. 275-296

ISBN 3039110012

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Cherry, S.

(2006)

Regional comparators in the funding and organisation of the voluntary hospital system, c.1860-1939,

in Financing Medicine, The British Experience since 1750.

Routledge

pp. 59-76

ISBN 0415350255

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Cherry, S., Munting, R.

(2005)

Exercise is the Thing? Sport and the Asylum c. 1850-1950,

in International Journal of the History of Sport

22 (1)

pp. 42-58

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Cherry, S., Barona, J. (ed.)

(2005)

Health and Medicine in Rural Europe 1850-1945,

University of Valencia Press

ISBN 8437063345

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Cherry, S.

(2005)

Rural Health Care in Zemstvo Russia c. 1864-1917,

in Science, Culture and Politics: European Perspectives on Medicine, Sickness and Health.

Rokkansenteret, Bergen

pp. 155-72

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Cherry, S.

(2003)

At the Cutting Edge: Surgery in the Eighteenth and Nineteenth Centuries,

in EPRINTS-BOOK-TITLE.

International Anaesthesia Research Society

ISBN 13606891

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Cherry, S.

(2003)

Medicine and Public Health 1900-39,

in A Companion to Early Twentieth Century Britain.

Blackwell

pp. 405-23

ISBN 0631217908

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Cherry, S.

(2003)

Mental Health Care in Modern England: The Norfolk Lunatic Asylum, St. Andrew's Hospital 1810-1988,

Boydell and Brewer

ISBN 0851159206

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Cherry, S.

(2000)

Hospital Saturday, workplace collections and issues in late nineteenth-century hospital funding,

in Medical History

44

(4)

pp. 461-488

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Cherry, S.

(1996)

Accountability, entitlement, and control issues and voluntary hospital funding c1860-1939,

in Social History of Medicine

9

(2)

pp. 215-233

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Cherry, S.

(1992)

Beyond national health insurance. The voluntary hospitals and hospital contributory schemes: A regional study,

in Social History of Medicine

5

(3)

pp. 455-482

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Cherry, S.

(1992)

Change and continuity in the cottage hospitals c. 1859-1948: the experience in East Anglia.,

in Medical History

36

(3)

pp. 271-289

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Key Research Interests

Research interests in social history, particularly the history of health and medicine in Britain and Europe.