Features

Five years of features

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While we’ve run many book reviews and conference reports in Somatosphere over the course of its first five years, many of the posts we call “features” don’t fit as clearly into distinct categories.  In what follows we list a selection (though certainly not all) of these posts from the past five years.  They range from research and fieldwork reports, to thought pieces, to engagements with contemporary events, to syllabi, and interviews.  While some are organized by genre (interviews and teaching resources), or as specific series, we’ve grouped others around broad topics. Enjoy!

 

Psychiatry, neuroscience and mental health

 

The political economy and everyday life of pharmaceuticals

 

Kalman Applbaum’s Risperdal on Trial series

 

Transcriptions: HIV, Science and the Social

A collaborative forum for critical enquiry on HIV/AIDS and global health: experiment, ethics, and practice

 

The anthropology of political subjectivity

 

Infectious diseases and multispecies ethnography

 

Bodies: eating, sleeping, enhanced, disabled

 

Health and medicine 20 years after the Soviet Union

 

Politics and technologies

 

Anthropology and/as/of Science

 

Methodology, collaboration and conversation across the disciplines and professions

 

Biographies, histories and archaeologies


Teaching resources

 

Top of the Heap

 

Interviews


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