Author: Melanie Boeckmann

In the Journals, June 2018 (Part II of II) by Melanie Boeckmann

Melanie Boeckmann , July 5th, 2018


Medical Humanities Images as catalysts for meaning-making in medical pain encounters: a multidisciplinary analysis Deborah Padfield, Helen Omand, Elena Semino, Amanda C de C Williams, Joanna M Zakrzew…


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In the Journals, June 2018 (Part I of II) by Melanie Boeckmann

Melanie Boeckmann , July 3rd, 2018


Lots and lots to read this month, starting with an article by our In the Journals contributor Julia Kowalski in Political and Legal Anthropology Review: Bureaucratizing Sensitivity: Documents and…


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In the Journals May 2016 Part II by Melanie Boeckmann

Melanie Boeckmann , May 30th, 2016


Part I can be found here.  Social Science & Medicine  Where the lay and the technical meet: Using an anthropology of interfaces to explain persistent reproductive health disparities…


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In the Journals May 2016 Part I by Melanie Boeckmann

Melanie Boeckmann , May 30th, 2016


Following Anna’s post on current special issues, here are abstracts from this month’s journal outputs. American Ethnologist Skill and masculinity in Olympic weightlifting: Training cues an…


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In the Journals, February 2016 Part I by Melanie Boeckmann

Melanie Boeckmann , February 22nd, 2016


This month’s reading list, part I American Ethnologist The 2015 Refugee Crisis in Europe: Forum Representing the “European refugee crisis” in Germany and beyond: Deservingness and difference, life…


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In the Journals December 2015 – Part II by Melanie Boeckmann

Melanie Boeckmann , January 7th, 2016


Find the first half of December’s post here. New Genetics and Society Beyond and within public engagement: a broadened approach to engagement in biobanking Jose A. Cañada, Aaro…


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In the Journals December 2015 – Catching up by Melanie Boeckmann

Melanie Boeckmann , January 7th, 2016


Happy New Year to all Somatosphere readers! Hopefully you were able to take a break and came back refreshed and ready to tackle your reading list. Not sure…


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In the Journals: September (Part 2) by Melanie Boeckmann

Melanie Boeckmann , September 22nd, 2015


Health, Risk & Society Towards a better understanding of risk-taking: key concepts, dimensions and perspectives Jens O. Zinn The current study of risk is dominated by the risk…


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