- See also the online resources page
- Arnold, David, 'Colonising the body: State medicine and wpidemic in nineteenth century in India' (Berkeley; London: University of California Press, 1993)
- Arnold, David, '"An ancient race outworn": Malaria and race in colonial India, 1860-1930', in 'Race, science and medicine', edited by Waltraud Ernst and Bernard Harris (London: Routledge, 1999)
- Arnold, David, 'Science, technology and medicine in colonial India', vol.III.5, 'The new Cambridge history of India' (Cambridge: CUP, 2000)
- Arnold, David, 'Disease, resistance and India's ecological frontier, 1770-1947', in 'Issues in modern Indian history: For Sumit Sarkar', edited by Biswamoy Pati (Mumbai: Popular Prakashan, 2000), pp.1-22
- Buckingham, Jane, 'Leprosy in colonial South India: Medicine and confinement' (Basingstoke: Palgrave, 2002)
- Desowitz, Robert S, 'The Malaria capers: More tales of parasites and people, research and reality' (New York: W W Norton & Company, 1991)
- Harrison, Mark, 'Public health in British India: Anglo-Indian preventive medicine 1859-1914' (Cambridge: CUP, 1994)
- Harrison, Mark, 'Hot beds of disease: Malaria and civilization in nineteenth-century British India', 'Parassitologia', vol.40, 1998, pp.11-18
- Jaggi, O P , 'Medicine in India: Modern period' (New Delhi; Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2000)
- Kakar, Sanjiv, 'Medical developments and patient unrest in the leprosy asylum, 1860 to 1940' in 'Health, medicine and empire: Perspectives on colonial India', edited by Biswamoy Pati and Mark Harrison (Hyderabad: Orient Longman Ltd, 2001), pp.188-216
- Kamath, Manjari, '"The Palkhi as plague carrier": The Pandharpur Fair and the sanitary fixation of the colonial State; British India, 1908-16', in 'Health, medicine and empire: Perspectives on colonial India', edited by Biswamoy Pati and Mark Harrison (Hyderabad: Orient Longman Ltd, 2001), pp.299-316
- Klein, Ira, 'Death in India, 1871-1921', 'JOAS', vol.32, no.4, 1973, pp.639-59
- Klein, Ira, 'Plague policy and popular unrest in British India' 'MAS', vol.22, no.4, 1988, pp.723-55
- Kumar, Amil, 'Medicine and the Raj: British medical policy in India, 1835-1911' (New Delhi; London: Sage, 1998)
- Kumar, Deepak, 'Science and the Raj' (Delhi; Oxford: Oxford University Press, 1995)
- Kumar, Deepak, (editor), 'Disease and medicine in India: A historical overview' (New Delhi: Tulika, 2001)
- Mills, James H, 'Cannabis Britannica: A social and political history of cannabis and British Government, 1800-1928' (Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2003)
- Pati, Biswamoy, ' "Ordering" "Disorder" in a holy city: Colonial health Interventions in Puri during the nineteenth century' in 'Health, medicine and empire: Perspectives on colonial India', edited by Biswamoy Pati and Mark Harrison (Hyderabad: Orient Longman Ltd, 2001), pp.270-98
- Ramanna, Mridulla, 'Western medicine and public health in colonial Bombay, 1845-1895' (Hyderabad: Orient Longman, 2002)
- Watts, Sheldon, 'British development policies and malaria in India 1897-c.1929', 'P&P', no.165, 1999, pp.141-81
- Whitcombe, Elizabeth, 'The environmental costs of irrigation in British India: Water-logging, salinity and malaria', in 'Nature, culture, imperialism: Essays on the environmental history of South Asia', edited by David Arnold and Ramachandra Guha (Delhi: OUP, 1996).
Mental health resources
- Ernst, Waltraud, 'The European insane in British India, 1800-1858: A case study in psychiatry and colonial rule' in 'Imperial medicine and indigenous societies', edited by David Arnold (Manchester: Manchester University Press, 1988), pp.27-45
- Ernst, Waltraud, 'Mad tales from the Raj: The European insane in British India, 1800-1858' (London: Routledge, 1990)
- Fabrega Jr, Horacio, 'History of mental illness in India: A cultural psychiatry retrospective' (Delhi: Motilal Banarsidass Publishers, 2009)
- Mills, James, 'The history of modern psychiatry in India: 1795 to 1947', 'History of psychiatry', 4, 2001, pp.431-458
- Mills, James, 'Modern psychiatry in India: The British role in establishing an Asian system, 1858-1947', 'International review of psychiatry', 18, 4, 2006, pp.333-343
- Porter, Roy, 'Madness: a brief history' (Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2002)
- Scull, Andrew, 'The insanity of place/the place of insanity: Essays on the history of psychiatry' (London; New York: Routledge, 2006)
- Shorter, Edward, 'History of psychiatry: From the era of the asylum to the age of Prozac' (New York; Chichester: Wiley, circa 1997)
- Stone, Michael, H, 'Healing the mind: A history of psychiatry from antiquity to the present' (London: Pimlico, 1998).
Veterinary medicine, cattle and pastoralism in India
- Bhattacharya, Neeladri, 'Pastoralists in a colonial world' in 'Nature, culture, imperialism: Essays on the environmental history of South Asia' edited by David Arnold and Ramachandra Guha (Delhi: Oxford University Press, 1995).
- Mazars, G, 'Veterinary medicine in ancient and medieval India', 'Studies in history of science and medicine', vol.16, nos.1-2 (1999-2000).
- Satya, Laxman D, 'Ecology, colonialism and cattle: Central India in the nineteenth century' (New Delhi: Oxford University Press, 2004).
- Spinage, Clive, 'Cattle plague: A history' (New York / London: Kluwer Academic, 2003). 'Part V: The history of rinderpest in Asia and Africa.'
Veterinary medicine in the 'metropole'
- Dunlop, Robert H and Williams, David J, 'Veterinary medicine: An illustrated history' (St Louis: Mosby, 1995)
- Fisher, John, 'Not quite a profession: The aspirations of veterinary surgeons in England in the mid 19th century', 'Historical Research', vol.66, no.161 (1993)
- Hardy, Ann, 'Pioneers in the Victorian provinces: Veterinarians, public health and the urban animal economy', 'Urban History', vol.2, 2009
- Swabe, Joanna, 'Animals, disease and human society: Human-animal pelations and the rise of veterinary medicine' (London: Routledge, 1999)
- Ware, Jean and Hunt, Hugh, 'The several lives of a Victorian vet' (London: Bachman and Turner, 1980)
- Woods, Abigail, 'The construction of an animal plague: Foot and mouth disease in 19th century Britain', 'Social history of medicine', vol.17, no.1, April 2004
- Worboys, Michael, 'Germ theories of disease and British veterinary medicine, 1860-1890', 'Medical history', vol.35, no.5, (July 1995).
Veterinary medicine in colonial / global contexts
- Beinart, William, Brown, Karen, Gilfoyle, Daniel, 'Experts and expertise in colonial Africa reassessed: Colonial science and the interpenetration of knowledge', 'African Affairs', 108, 432 (2009), pp.413-433
- Brown, Karen, 'From Ubombo to Mkhuzi: Disease, colonial science and the control of nagana (livestock trypanosomosis) in Zululand, South Africa, c1894-1955', 'Journal of the history of medicine and allied sciences', 63, 3 (July 2008), pp.285-322
- Brown, Karen, 'Tropical medicine and animal diseases: Onderstepoort and the development of veterinary science in South Africa 1908-1950', 'Journal of southern African studies', 31, 3 (September 2005), pp.513-529
- Brown, Karen and Gilfoyle, Daniel (editors), 'Healing the herds: Disease, livestock economies, and the globalisation of veterinary medicine' (Athens: Ohio, 2010)
- Gilfoyle, Daniel and Brown, Karen, 'Frontiers of knowledge: Veterinary science, environment and the State in South Africa', (VDM Publishers, 2009)
- Davis, Diana K, 'Brutes, beasts and empire: Veterinary medicine and environmental policy in French North Africa and British India', 'Journal of historical geography' (2008), 34, 2, pp.242-267.
- Arnold, David, 'Smallpox and colonial medicine' in 'Imperial medicine and indigenous societies', edited by David Arnold (Manchester: Manchester University Press, 1988)
- Baldwin, P, 'Contagion and the state in Europe,1830-1930' (New York: Cambridge University Press,1999)
- Bhattacharya, Sanjoy, Harrison, Mark, Worboys, Michael, (2005). 'Fractured states: smallpox, public health and vaccination policy in British India 1800-1947' (Hyderabad: Orient Longman, 2005)
- Carrell, J L,'The speckled monster: a historical tale of battling smallpox' (London: Penguin Group, 2004)
- Dawsonera, S W, 'The vaccination controversy: the rise, reign, and fall of compulsory vaccination for smallpox' (Liverpool: Liverpool University Press, 2007)
- Furgang, A, 'Epidemics and society: smallpox' (New York: Rosen Publishing Group Inc., 2011)
- Glynn, I G, 'The life and death of smallpox' (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press,2004)
- Grundy, I, 'Lady Mary Wortley Montagu: comet of the Enlightenment' (New York: Oxford University Press, 2001)
- Kohn, G C, 'Encyclopedia of plague and pestilence: from ancient times to the present' (New York: Infobase Publishing, 2008)
- Koplow,D A,'Smallpox: the fight to eradicate a global scourge' (London: University of California Press, 2004)
- Morris, W, 'Letters from the Right Honourable Lady Mary Wortley Montagu (1709-1760)' (London: Wildside Press, 2007
- Naono, Atsuko, 'State of vaccination: the fight against smallpox in colonial Burma' (Hyderabad: Orient Blackswan: Wellcome Trust Centre for the History of Medicine at University College London, 2009)
- Razzell, P E,'The conquest of smallpox: the impact of inoculation on smallpox mortality in eighteenth century Britain' (Firle: Caliban Books, 2003)
- Silverstein, A M, 'A history of immunology' (New York: Academic Press,1989)
- Stepan, N, Eradication: ridding the world of diseases forever?' (London: Reaktion Books, 2011)
- Watts, S J, 'Epidemics and history: disease, power, and imperialism' (New Haven: Yale University Press, 1997)
- Williams, Gareth, 'Angel of death: the story of smallpox' (London: Palgrave Macmillan, 2010)
- Williamson, S, 'The vaccination controversy: the rise, reign and fall of compulsory vaccination for smallpox' (Liverpool: Liverpool University Press, 2007)