“Misery in the Head“, History Today, January 2020.
“Elizabeth, the Girl Who Dropped Trays, 1895”, CBS News, February 2020 “How a Nurse With a Hole in Her Skull Changed The Medical History of Migraines“, Time Magazine [book excerpt], June 2019.
“the most comprehensive, well-researched, and in-depth history of migraine in existence”. Joanna Kempner, Rutgers University, author of Not Tonight: Migraine and the Politics of Gender and Health “fascinating and very well-written” Matthew Smith, University of Strathclyde, author of Another Person’s Poison: A History of Food Allergy “an enthralling story… a must-read for migraine sufferers as well asContinue reading “Migraine: A History”
I contributed to the BBC Radio 4 documentary AL Kennedy’s Migraine (first broadcast 3 April 2017) Listen here.
K. Foxhall (2017) White Men in Quarantine: Disease, Race, Commerce and Mobility in the Pacific, 1872. Australian Historical Studies 48 (2). Open Access. DOI: 10.1080/1031461X.2017.1293704 K. Foxhall (2016) Digital Narratives: Four Hits in the History of Migraine. In M. Jackson (ed.) The Routledge History of Disease. Routledge, pp. 512-528. K. Foxhall (2014) Making Modern MigraineContinue reading “Academic Articles and Chapters”
“a triumph”. — Alison Bashford, Journal of Colonialism and Colonial History “A fascinating history, providing a perceptive analysis”. Alexander Cameron-Smith, Social History of Medicine “an excellent and persuasive work”. Zoe Laidlaw, English Historical Review