Author: Megh Marathe

In The Journals – August 2021 Part 2 by Megh Marathe

Megh Marathe , September 9th, 2021


Social Science & Medicine Turning suffering into side effects: Responses to HPV vaccination in Colombia (open access)Maurizia Mezza, Stuart Blume How do unpleasant post-vaccination symptoms…


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Special Issue: Doing the individual and the collective in forensic genetics: governance, race and restitution by Megh Marathe

Megh Marathe , October 11th, 2020


BioSocieties has a new open-access special issue titled, “Doing the individual and the collective in forensic genetics: governance, race and restitution.” Edited by Amade M’charek and Pet…


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Special Issue: Chronic Disaster: Reimagining Noncommunicable Chronic Disease by Megh Marathe

Megh Marathe , October 11th, 2020


American Anthropologist has a new open-access Vital Topics Forum titled, Chronic Disaster: Reimagining Noncommunicable Chronic Disease. Edited by Alyshia Gálvez, Megan Carney, and Emily Yates-Doerr, …


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In the Journals, September 2020, Part 2 by Megh Marathe

Megh Marathe , October 11th, 2020


Anthropology & Medicine What drives distress? Rethinking the roles of emotion and diagnosis among people with diabetes in Nairobi, KenyaEmily Mendenhall, Abednego Musau, Edna Bosire, Victoria …


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Special Issue: Alzheimer’s Disease as Post-genomic Science by Megh Marathe

Megh Marathe , April 28th, 2020


New Genetics & Society has released an open-access special issue titled, “Alzheimer’s disease as post-genomic science.” Edited by Richard Milne and Joanna Latimer, this special issue …


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In the Journals, March 2020, Part 2 by Megh Marathe

Megh Marathe , April 28th, 2020


Medical Anthropology Quarterly Corporate Logic in Clinical Care: The Case of Diabetes ManagementLinda M. Hunt, Hannah S. Bell, Anna C. Martinez‐Hume, Funmi Odumosu, Heather A. Howard As large…


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Staging Seizure: The Chronic Contingency of Epilepsy Diagnosis by Megh Marathe

Megh Marathe , October 11th, 2019


Epilepsy is a chronic illness and disability characterized by recurrent, unpredictable seizures. Epileptic seizures are transient events during which people lose control over all or parts of body-min…


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