Tag: Biosociality

Birth cohorts, biosocial theory, and the politics of developmental disruption by Dominique Béhague

Dominique Béhague , November 27th, 2020

How and with what consequences do young people push up against standardized views of “normal” and “healthy” development? To what extent can young people’s attempts to disrupt developmental…


Staying (at Home) with Brain Fog: “Un-witting” Patient Activism by Emily Lim Rogers

Emily Lim Rogers , October 5th, 2020

Scene 1: It’s Sunday afternoon, around one o’clock, and a group of a dozen or so people log onto a video call from their apartments. Occasionally someone’s cat…