R e f e R e n c e s
Adams, Vincanne. 2001. “The Sacred in the Scientific: Ambiguous Practices of Science
in Tibetan Medicine.” Cultural Anthropology 16.4: 481–541.
Alden, Chris. 2007. China in Africa. London: Zed Books; Cape Town: David Philip.
Alden, Chris, Daniel Large, and Richardo Soares de Oliveira, eds. 2008. China Returns
to Africa: A Rising Power and A Continent Embrace. New York: Columbia University
Press.
American Anesthesia Study Group. 1976. “Acupuncture Anesthesia in the People’s
Republic of China: A Trip Report of the American Anesthesia Study Group.”
Submitted to the Committee on Scholarly Communication with the People’s
Republic of China. Washington: National Academy of Sciences.
American Herbal Pharmacology Delegation. 1975. “Herbal Pharmacology in the
People’s Republic of China: A Trip Report of the American Herbal Pharmacology
Delegation.” Submitted to the Committee on Scholarly Communication with the
People’s Republic of China. Washington: National Academy of Sciences.
Anagnost, Ann. 1997. National Past-Times: Narrative, Representation, and Power in
Modern China. Durham, N.C.: Duke University Press.
Andrews, Bridie. 1996. “The Making of Modern Chinese Medicine, 1895–1937.” Ph.D.
thesis, University of Cambridge.
Appadurai, Arjun. 1991. “Global Ethnoscapes: Notes and Queries for a Transnational
Anthropology.” In Recapturing Anthropology. R. Fox, ed. Santa Fe, N.M.: School of
American Research.
———, ed. 2001. Globalization. Durham, N.C.: Duke University Press.
Barnes, Linda. 1995. “Alternative Pursuits: A History of Chinese Healing Practices in
the Context of American Religions and Medicines with an Ethnographic Focus on
the City of Boston.” Ph.D. dissertation, Harvard University.
———. 2003. “The Acupuncture Wars: The Professionalizing of American
Acupuncture—A View from Massachusetts.” Medical Anthropology 22.3: 261–301.
———. 2005. Needles, Herbs, Gods, and Ghosts: China, Healing, and the West to 1848.
Cambridge: Harvard University Press.
Previous Page Next Page