Bravo!!

“HCS-Manguinhos is the first place I go to keep up with the best work being done in Latin America in the history of science and medicine,” Nancy Leys Stepan, Professor Emeritus, Columbia University.

25 more years!

This issue celebrates the 25th anniversary of HCSM. The editors’ note traces our most significant achievements over this period.

Classy, cutting-edge and cosmopolitan

Anne-Emanuelle Birn, Professor of Critical Development Studies and Global Health at the University of Toronto, explains the descriptors that comes to her mind when she thinks of our journal.

Historia de la enfermedad de Chagas en Argentina

El artículo de Juan Pablo Zabala (Universidad Nacional de Quilmes/Conicet) presenta los puntos centrales de la trayectoria histórica de la enfermedad de Chagas en Argentina.

Chagas disease: science, health and society

The year of 2019 marks 110 years of one of the great achievements in Brazilian science: the discovery, by Carlos Chagas, a young researcher at the Oswaldo Cruz Institute, of the disease that bears his name.

Public health campaigns: getting the message across

This book edited in 2009 by the World Health Organization brings together posters from public health campaigns.

25 years of partnerships

To celebrate the 25th anniversary of HCS-Manguinhos, we asked our authors, collaborators and friends – in Brazil and abroad – to send us testimonials about our journal. Click here and see the compilation of testimonials!

Más allá del ámbito latinoamericano

25 años de HCS-Manguinhos. “Ahora ya todos recurrimos a la versión digital, es más cómoda y nos hemos ido acostumbrando, pero la colección en papel ocupa un lugar de privilegio en la biblioteca de nuestro grupo de investigación,” Rafael Huertas, Profesor en el Centro de Ciencias Humanas y Sociales del Consejo Superior de Investigaciones Científicas de Madrid.

Historia Ambiental Latinoamericana y Caribeña

Un periódico editado por la Sociedad Latinoamericana y Caribeña de Historia Ambiental (SOLCHA).