David S. Barnes
history of medicine; history of public health; global health policy and disease prevention; history, anthropology, and sociology of health and disease.
history of infectious disease, epidemiology, and public health; the Bacteriological Revolution and its effect on public health; 19th century European (esp. French) social and cultural history; cultural history of bodily knowledge and practices; history of disgust.
The Great Stink of Paris and the Nineteenth-Century Struggle against Filth and Germs (Johns Hopkins University Press, 2006)
The Making of a Social Disease: Tuberculosis in Nineteenth-Century France (University of California Press, 1995)
"Targeting Patient Zero," in Flurin Condrau and Michael Worboys, eds., The White Plague Revisited: Interdisciplinary Perspectives on the History of Tuberculosis (Montreal, QC and Kingston, ON: McGill-Queen's University Press, forthcoming).
“Confronting Sensory Crisis in the Great Stinks of London and Paris,” in William A. Cohen and Ryan Johnson, eds., Filth: Dirt, Disgust, and Modern Life (Minneapolis: University of Minnesota Press, 2005).
"Scents and Sensibilities: Disgust and the Meanings of Odors in Late Nineteenth-Century Paris," Historical Reflections/Réflexions historiques 28 (2002): 21-49.
"Historical Perspectives on the Etiology of Tuberculosis," Microbes and Infection 2 (2000): 431-440.