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James H. Mills; Lucas Richert
Eighteenth & Nineteenth Century
1/ Taming the Orient: France and the first global movement to medicalize Cannabis
David Guba Jr.
2/ Ganja and the Government of India: Cannabis, Excise, and Colonial Administration in the Late Nineteenth-century
3/ Ganja Madness: Cannabis, Insanity, and Indentured Labor in British Guiana and Trinidad, 1881-1912
4/ Dagga: How South Africa made a Dangerous Drug, 1902-1928
5/ Squaring a Circle: Cannabis and the Dubious Legacy of the League of Nations
6/ A Historical Approach to the Criminalization of Marijuana Use in Mexico
Jose Domingo Schievenini
7/ Reefer Madness Past and Present: Dr. Leopoldo Salazar Viniegra, Mexico, and the United States
8/ Smugglers from the East and Travelers from the West: The Hash Trade and Drug Control in the Building of the Afghan State
9/ "Hashers Don't Read Das Kapital": East Germany, Socialist Prohibition, and Global Cannabis
10/ Origins of cannabis prohibition in Nigeria and the Sixties
11/ Cannabis, Counterculture, and Criminals: The rise of cannabis smuggling in the Netherlands
12/ "We smoke flowers": On "Being High" in Postrevolutionary Iran
13/ PRIDE International and Drug War Diplomacy: The Parent Movement's Global Battle Against Marijuana
14/ Sub-Saharan Africa, Cannabis, and Contemporary Drug Policy
15 / Forces of necessity: The role of lay knowledge and advocacy in the re-medicalization of British cannabis, 1973-2004
Lucas Richert is George Urdang Chair in the History of Pharmacy at the University of Wisconsin-Madison. His many publications include Break on Through- Radical Psychiatry and the American Counterculture (MIT Press). James H. Mills is Professor of Modern History at the Centre for the Social History of Health and Healthcare (CSHHH) Glasgow, University of Strathclyde. His publications include Cannabis Nation- Control and Consumption in Britain, 1928-2008.