Ray Conlogue is a former arts writer for The Globe and Mail and author of The Longing for Homeland in Canada and Quebec (Mercury Press, 1996), an analysis of the cultural and historical dimensions of Quebec’s independence movement, as well as being a translator, teacher and author of a young adult novel.
What Makes Us Sick?
A new history reveals how culture shapes medical science.Ray Conlogue
Lovers and Livers: Disease Concepts in History
University of Toronto Press
240 pages, hardcover