Medical Anthropology Seminars
A series of talks that explore social and cultural factors to better understand health and well being. The series includes guest speakers from other institutions.
Events in this series
Living in risk: bodies and space in ‘early’ disease detection
Global Health R&D in the Age of Emergency
Enacting community health: obesity prevention policies as practices of relating
On Boredom: Keeping busy when there’s nothing to do in a Puerto Rican Addiction Shelter
Medical Anthropology Seminar: Knowledge from the South
Making knowledge “actionable”: Horizoning techniques in Global Mental Health
James Fairhead - Is the Ebola reservoir in people?
Jeannette Pols - Making sense with numbers: Unraveling practices of self-quantification
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