This concluding chapter brings together the range of findings from the qualitative and quantitative work explored in the various chapters of the book with an emphasis on suggesting how categories of gender ethnicity interact to produce specific colonial identities in medicine and in particular, through the institutional setting of the colonial hospitals for the insane.
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