Tag: relatedness

Book Review: ‘Abject Relations: Everyday Worlds of Anorexia’ (2009) by Megan Warin

The Familiar Strange , July 31st, 2022

From screens and tabloids, we are fed images of slender bodies. For decades sleek and angular silhouettes were said to be icons of style, fashion, beauty, youth, and…

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Gramps and the Gangster visit the memory clinic by Jason Danely

Jason Danely , March 26th, 2019

“Are you free tomorrow?” “Sure, what’s going on?” “It’s a big day for Gramps! I’m taking him to the doctor. I guess someone from the ward office said…


Medical anthropology, relatedness, and analytical cannibalism

Alex K. Gearin , January 12th, 2015

Despite Hiedegger’s revolutionary claim that it is not possible to escape existence and find a view of the world from nowhere,we continue to divide anthropology into neat subfields— defined typi…

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