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This book documents the primary role of acute hunger semi frank starvation in the 'fulminant' MALARIA EPIDEMICS THAT REPEATEDLY AFFLICTED THE epidemics that repeatedly afflicted the plains of British India through the first half of colonial rule Using Punjab vital registration data and regression analysis it also tracks the marked decline in annual malaria mortality after 1908 with the control of famine despite continuing post monsoonal Epidemic Malaria and Hunger in Colonial Punjab

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Hunger in Punjab malaria mortality history and in turn raises arger epistemic uestions regarding the adeuacy of modern concepts of nutrition and epidemic causation in historical and demographic analysisPart of The History of Health and Medicine in Asia series this book will be useful to scholars and researchers of colonial in South Asia series this book will be useful to scholars and researchers of colonial modern history social medicine social anthropology and public health.