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Michelle Pentecost , July 22nd, 2021
The Excavating the Biosocial series has so far focused on birth cohorts as ethnographic object (Gibbon and Pentecost 2020). In this post, I explore the expansion of interest…
Sahra Gibbon , March 18th, 2021
In recent years birth cohorts have become an invaluable context, resource, tool and ‘technology’ of an emerging terrain of biosocial science, given the unique opportunity they provide to…
Gabriela Elisa Morales , December 1st, 2020
In the small municipal hospital in the Bolivian highland town of Machacamarca (a pseudonym), the chilly air of the Andes seeps into the building, traveling through the thin…
Margaret E. MacDonald , September 22nd, 2020
Infographics have become a ubiquitous feature of the contemporary global health landscape, crowding the presentations and exhibition halls of conferences, the pages of annual reports, and the website…
Jacinta Victoria Muinde , May 11th, 2020
Promotional materials from the global campaign to achieve Universal Health Coverage by the year 2030. Copyright UHC2030 – reproduced here under ‘fair use’ for academic purposes. “Health for…
Holly Horan , February 3rd, 2020
For Spanish click here. “So, we have had other mosquito-borne illnesses for a long time, like dengue and chikungunya, and now all of a sudden we should delay…
Maia , December 24th, 2018
Medical anthropology has come a long way from its initial focus on the interpretive dimensions of health and sickness. The Medical Anthropology series from Rutgers University Press provides…
Acquanda Stanford , October 12th, 2017
Abstract: What does breastfeeding look like when variations of racial dynamics are at play? For example, what does it mean … Continue reading →
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