Las epidemias de cólera en Estambul Otomano tardío, la atención médica y las Hermanas de la Caridad Católicas francesas

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https://doi.org/10.3989/asclepio.2022.09

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Imperio Otomano del siglo XIX, Cólera, Epidemias, Católicos franceses, Hermanas de la Caridad

Resumen


Este artículo trata sobre los servicios de salud brindados por las Hermanas de la Caridad (Filles de la Charité) durante las epidemias de cólera en instituciones abiertas y administradas en el siglo XIX en Estambul como parte de sus misiones orientales. Los anuarios en los que se recopilaron informes y cartas y se dirigieron al centro de la congregación en París, Annales de la Congrégation de la Mission et des Filles de la Charité (ACM), se utilizan como fuentes primarias. Este estudio tiene como objetivo evaluar las pandemias de cólera en el marco de la historia mundial y el contexto otomano haciendo una contribución a las geografías históricas existentes del cólera, además de la literatura que acentúa la importancia de la agencia de las mujeres en el contexto otomano, con base en hallazgos originales. El artículo evalúa cómo afectó el cólera a Estambul y cómo se enfrentó la enfermedad, a través de las conexiones entre las hermanas y los actores locales. El estudio también muestra que el ejemplo otomano no fue solo el resultado de las experiencias occidentales, sino que, aunque fue parte de una amplia historia de pandemias, sus actores tuvieron sus propios desarrollos únicos moldeados por escenarios y eventos imperiales y locales.

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2022-05-19

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Gülser İlikan Rasimoğlu, C. . (2022). Las epidemias de cólera en Estambul Otomano tardío, la atención médica y las Hermanas de la Caridad Católicas francesas. Asclepio, 74(1), p588. https://doi.org/10.3989/asclepio.2022.09

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