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Your Life is Data – Wie erleben Studierende die Pandemie? (#WitnessingCorona)

Jenny Rosenberg , June 11th, 2021


Hide Press Release (2 Less Words) Laura Siebert Mein Leben als Material für meine anthropologische Forschung? Genau diesen Ansatz verfolgt die sogenannte Autoethnographie. Dabei bilden die autobiograp…


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China: The Unpopular Winner of the Year in Pandemic Times. Resilience in China under COVID-19 (#WitnessingCorona)

Jenny Rosenberg , March 17th, 2021


Hide Press Release (2 Less Words) Mengyi Zhang Figure 1: Photo taken by the author’s parents (age 48 and 49) when they got their vaccines in a community…


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Pandemic Affects, Planetary Specters, and the Precarious Everyday: Encountering COVID-19 as a Nomad with (Half)Grown Roots (#WitnessingCorona)

Jenny Rosenberg , February 11th, 2021


Hide Press Release (2 Less Words) Nasima Selim     Ein Gespenst geht um in Europa. A specter is haunting Europe.              …


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Does COVID-19 Facilitate New Migration? Exploring a Fast-Expanding Indian Diaspora in Germany (#WitnessingCorona)

Jenny Rosenberg , December 17th, 2020


Hide Press Release (2 Less Words) Amrita Datta   Picture 1: Young Indian white collar migrants are protesting at the Brandenbuerger Tor in Berlin against the impending citizenship…


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Instagram as a Catalyst for Digital Gemeinschaft During the COVID-19 Pandemic in Vietnam (#WitnessingCorona)

Jenny Rosenberg , October 5th, 2020


Hide Press Release (2 Less Words) Justin Battin   In early 2020, news articles documenting a possible coronavirus pandemic began appearing in countries worldwide, and while concerns were…


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The Militarisation of the COVID-19 Response in South Africa (#WitnessingCorona)

Jenny Rosenberg , August 24th, 2020


Hide Press Release (4 Less Words) Susan Levine, Lenore Manderson   The imponderabilia of our COVID times As medical anthropologists well versed in the social grammar of infectious…


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Emerging from Lockdown: “Moral pioneering” in Everyday Practices for Women in Europe and North America (#WitnessingCorona)

Jenny Rosenberg , July 13th, 2020


Hide Press Release (2 Less Words) Sydney Howe   As Europe and North America begin to ease lockdown restrictions during the COVID-19 pandemic, this essay looks broadly at…


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Mixed Messages: COVID-19, a Cartoon Heroine, and Violence Against Women in Mexico (#WitnessingCorona)

Jenny Rosenberg , July 6th, 2020


Hide Press Release (4 Less Words) Catherine J. Letcher Lazo   One of the gendered impacts of COVID-19 is the surge of violence against women and girls (VAWG)…


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When “Slow Violence” Collides with Visceral Hunger – COVID-19 and the Current and Future Food System of Cape Town, South Africa (#WitnessingCorona)

Jenny Rosenberg , June 29th, 2020


Hide Press Release (9 Less Words) Gareth Haysom African Centre for Cities, University of Cape Town   The COVID-19 pandemic has demonstrated both the unsustainability and the fragility…


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Whose Space is this? A Multispecies Auto-Ethnography of Viral-Human Negotiations in the Contact Zone (#WitnessingCorona)

Karoline Buchner , June 26th, 2020


Hide Press Release (2 Less Words) Oleg Zurmühlen   Just as this intimidating encounter of an orang-utan in the city SARS-CoV-2 reshapes the spatial and temporal organization of…


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„In Isolation“ (Mai 2020), Dokumentation über die Zeit nach dem COVID-19 Lockdown (#WitnessingCorona)

Jenny Rosenberg , June 24th, 2020


Hide Press Release (3 Less Words) Anna Ixy Noever       Die Idee zu dem Film „In Isolation“ ist während der Zeit nach dem Corona-Lockdown im März…


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Future-making on Hold: Pandemic Audio Diaries from two Rift Valley Lakes in Kenya (#WitnessingCorona)

Karoline Buchner , June 5th, 2020


Hide Press Release (5 Less Words) Anna Lisa Ramella, Martin Zillinger   In this post, we share the accounts of our research partners from Lake Baringo and Lake…


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Ideological Closure, Austerity and National Health Service Reforms: How do UK healthcare bureaucrats close down the political space available for ethical debate of budgets, reforms and their consequences?

Karoline Buchner , November 25th, 2019


Hide Press Release (2 Less Words) Piyush Pushkar For my PhD research, I spent a year doing ethnographic fieldwork in Greater Manchester, with political activists campaigning against cuts…


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Recovery Adjourned: Curative Belonging between Cameroon and Germany

Karoline Buchner , October 16th, 2019


Hide Press Release (2 Less Words) Henriette Vogel The point of departure of my fieldwork and the cornerstone of my future Master’s thesis is an event of a…


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What’s in a name? Diagnostic uncertainty and moral experience in a mental hospital in the Tanga region of Tanzania

Karoline Buchner , July 12th, 2019


Hide Press Release (2 Less Words) Florin Cristea “What’s in a name? that which we call a rose By any other name would smell as sweet”   William…


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Transnational Scientific Projects and Racial Politics: The KEMRI Six Case Against the KEMRI-Wellcome Trust Research Programme in Contemporary Kenya

Karoline Buchner , August 7th, 2017


Hide Press Release (2 Less Words) Denielle Elliott The Supreme Court of Kenya: Lawyer Ogutu, Sam Gwer, Lawyer Chigiti, Michael Mwaniki, and Moses Ndiritu (left to right), taken…


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Die Ärzteschaft türkischer Herkunft und die „Entdeckung des türkischen Patienten“ – zur Ethnisierung der Gesundheitsversorgung in (West-)Deutschland

Karoline Buchner , June 26th, 2017


Hide Press Release (2 Less Words) Lisa Peppler Arztkoffer mit Utensilien, um 1980; Wörterbuch Deutsch-Türkisch, 1976. Objekte in Privatbesitz, Foto: Lisa Peppler. Im gesundheitswissenschaftlichen Disku…


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Cancer, Care and Hope – A Hospital Ethnography on Palliative Care in Dar es Salaam, Tanzania

Karoline Buchner , May 29th, 2017


Hide Press Release (2 Less Words) Andrea Buhl Photo 1: Ocean Road Cancer Institute Dar es Salaam, Source: ORCI. The emergence of hospices and palliative care in Africa…


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Refusing Blood, Establishing Relational Biocitizenship: Collectivizing Moments among Jehovah’s Witnesses in Germany

Karoline Buchner , April 4th, 2017


Hide Press Release (2 Less Words) Małgorzata Rajtar Picture 1: Excerpt from a Jehovah’s Witness advance directive. © Watch Tower Bible and Tract Society of Pennsylvania. Photo: M….


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An Option with no Choice? The Role of Preventive Technologies in (Dis-)Locating a Malaria Epidemic

Karoline Buchner , January 27th, 2017


Hide Press Release (2 Less Words) René Umlauf This photo was taken 31st of August 2016. It shows the compound of Gulu’s District Health Administration, which was used…


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Locating Care within the Nascent Infrastructure: Renal Dialysis in Thailand

Karoline Buchner , January 26th, 2017


Hide Press Release (3 Less Words) Bo Kyeong Seo A new tertiary hospital building is under construction in Chiang Mai. / Photo: B.K. Seo When new epidemics hit…


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Arabian Medical Genetics: Of Rare Disorders and Decreasing Oil Rent

Karoline Buchner , January 25th, 2017


Hide Press Release (2 Less Words) Claire Beaudevin Diagram explaining the transmission of alleles between parents and children (Department of Inherited Blood Disorders (Ministry of Health) and Ministry…


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Embryos on the Move: Transnational Networks of Surrogacy

Karoline Buchner , January 24th, 2017


Hide Press Release (2 Less Words) Anika König Intracytoplasmic Sperm Injection (ICSI) where sperm is manually injected into the egg cell. This procedure is predominantly used to overcome…


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Muttermilch und Vaterrolle – Konstruktionen von Elternschaft im Stilldiskurs: Perspektiven aus Expertenalltag und Familienrealitäten

Karoline Buchner , October 24th, 2016


Hide Press Release (2 Less Words) Laura Gawinski Mutter mit ihrem gerade gestilltem Säugling | Foto: L. Gawinski „Stillen ist das Beste für Ihr Kind“ – dies ist…


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