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In the Journals, December 2021, part 2 by Arbel Griner

Arbel Griner , January 7th, 2022


American Anthropologist Discrimination as a Moderator of the Effects of Acculturation and Cultural Values on Mental Health Among Pregnant and Postpartum Latina Women Molly Fox It is important…


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In the Journals, December 2021, Part 1 by Hayley Ip

Hayley Ip , January 6th, 2022


Medical Humanities Before compassion: sympathy, tact and the history of the ideal nurse (open access) Sarah Chaney The word ‘compassion’ is ubiquitous in modern healthcare. Yet few writers…


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In the Journals, November 2021, Part 2 by Shoshana Deutsh

Shoshana Deutsh , December 12th, 2021


Science, Technology, and Human Values A Science of Hope? Tracing Emergent Entanglements between the Biology of Early Life Adversity, Trauma-informed Care, and Restorative Justice (open access) …


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In The Journals, November 2021, Part 1 by Gabrielle Hanley-Mott

Gabrielle Hanley-Mott , December 12th, 2021


The standout themes of this month are: the varying meanings of wellness and well-being, and Covid 19’s effect: on local populations, women and domestic violence, caregivers, and therapy…


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In the Journals, October 2021, Part 2 by Eliza Williamson

Eliza Williamson , November 6th, 2021


Social Studies of Science Cultivated co-production: Sexual health, human rights, and the revision of the ICDSteven Epstein STS scholars frequently have shown how science and sociopolitical arra…


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African Cultural Psychiatry: Special issue of Transcultural Psychiatry by Eliza Williamson

Eliza Williamson , November 6th, 2021


Sociocultural contexts of mental illness experience among Africans (open access)Akin Ojagbemi, Oye Gureje Even though mental disorders can be found in every culture globally, the lived experi…


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Special Issue: Immigration and Mental Health by Emmanuelle Roth

Emmanuelle Roth , October 27th, 2021


Medical Anthropology has just released a special issue, edited by Thurka Sangaramoorthy and Megan A. Carney, which offers insights into “the landscape of immigrant mental health and how…


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In the Journals, October 2021, Part 1 by Emmanuelle Roth

Emmanuelle Roth , October 27th, 2021


Annual Review of Anthropology Food Insecurity, Nutritional Inequality, and Maternal–Child Health: A Role for Biocultural Scholarship in Filling Knowledge GapsBarbara A. Piperata & Darna L. Duf…


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In the Journals, September 2021, Part 1 by Anna Zogas

Anna Zogas , October 21st, 2021


Rounding out September’s In the Journals compilation, here are several more articles of interest. See also these Special Issues on “Island Imaginaries” and “Beyond the Product…


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Special Issues: Science as Culture; Science, Technology, & Human Values (In the Journals, Sept 2021, Part 2) by Eliza Williamson

Eliza Williamson , October 17th, 2021


Science as Culture (Special Issue: Island Imaginaries) Island Imaginaries: Introduction to a Special Section (free access)Mascha Gugganig, Nina Klimburg-Witjes Colonial empires, scientists, phi…


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In the Journals, September 2021, Part 2 by Eliza Williamson

Eliza Williamson , October 17th, 2021


Medical Anthropology Quarterly Becoming Institutionalized: Incarceration as a Chronic Health ConditionJohanna T. Crane, Kelsey Pascoe This article examines incarceration as a chronic condition …


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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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In The Journals- August 2021 Part 1 by Gabrielle Hanley-Mott

Gabrielle Hanley-Mott , September 9th, 2021


The highlights of August’s In The Journals (Pt.1) are: a Colloquy in Cultural Anthropology on “L’enfer, c’est les autres”: Proximity as an Ethical Problem during COVID-19″; a “doubl…


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Special Issue: “Public Health Activism in changing times: relocating collective agency. Part 2” by Shoshana Deutsh

Shoshana Deutsh , August 6th, 2021


This special issue of Critical Public Health is part two of a series on “Public Health Activism in changing times: relocating collective agency.” As editors Catherine Campbell and…


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In the Journals, July 2021, Part 2 by Shoshana Deutsh

Shoshana Deutsh , August 6th, 2021


Health: An Interdisciplinary Journal for the Social Study of Health, Illness and Medicine  Exploring engagement with digital screens for collecting patient feedback in clinical waiting rooms:…


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In the Journals, July 2021, Part 1 by Raha Peyravi

Raha Peyravi , August 1st, 2021


Science, Technology, & Human Values Participation in Citizen Science: Insights from the CONECT-e Case Study Petra Benyei, Manuel Pardo-de-Santayana, Laura Aceituno-Mata, Laur…


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In the Journals, June 2021, Part 2 by Jung Eun Kwon

Jung Eun Kwon , July 2nd, 2021


BioSocieties How environments get to the skin: biosensory ethnography as a method for investigating the relation between psychosis and the city (Open Access) Marc Winz & Ola S…


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In the Journals, June 2021, Part 1 by Hayley Ip

Hayley Ip , June 23rd, 2021


Medical Humanities Hostile environments? Down’s syndrome and genetic screening in contemporary culture (open access) Lucy Burke This essay explores the complex entanglement of new reproducti…


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In the Journals, May 2021 by Arbel Griner

Arbel Griner , June 5th, 2021


This month’s highlight – just going open source on Global Public Heath: COVID19 and the political geography of racialization in the US (open access) Ryan Whitacre, Adeola Oni-O…


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In the Journals, April, Part 2 by Livia Garofalo

Livia Garofalo , May 2nd, 2021


Here’s the second part of the round-up for April. Enjoy! Social Science & Medicine  Help me quit smoking but don’t make me sick! The controversial effects of electronic…


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Special Issues: “Public Health Activism in changing times: relocating collective agency. Part 1” and “The COVID Horizon” by Emmanuelle Roth

Emmanuelle Roth , April 27th, 2021


We would like to highlight the release of two special issues this month. First, Critical Public Health’s second issue of the year is dedicated to “Public health activism…


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In the Journals, April 2021, Part 1 by Emmanuelle Roth

Emmanuelle Roth , April 27th, 2021


Current Anthropology  Of Plots and Men: The Heuristics of Conspiracy TheoriesDidier Fassin In a time when conspiracy theories seem to be flourishing, generally receiving dismissive reactio…


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In the Journals, March 2021, Part 2 by Shoshana Deutsh

Shoshana Deutsh , April 13th, 2021


Part 2 of “In the Journals” for March 2021 includes a special issue in New Genetics & Society, “Organizing Precision Oncology” and a special forum in Science as…


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In The Journals, March 2021, Part 1 by Gabrielle Hanley-Mott

Gabrielle Hanley-Mott , April 13th, 2021


BioSocieties Sportswomen as ‘biocultural creatures’: understanding embodied health experiences across sporting culturesHolly Thorpe, Marianne Clark & Julie Brice Over the past decade, a cri…


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