In the Journals

In The Journals, August 2018

Cultural Anthropology (Open Access)

“A politics of habitability: plants, healing and sovereignty in a toxic world”

Stacey Ann Langwick

For Tanzanians, modern bodies bear complicated toxic loads not only because of the dumping of capitalism’s harmful by-products but also because of the social-material effects of efforts designed to address insecurity, poverty, and disease. Dawa lishe(nutritious medicine) is forged in

In the Journals

In The Journals, May 2018

We hope you find articles of interest in this month’s In The Journals selections. Happy reading!

American Ethnologist

Quantitative care: Caring for the aggregate in US academic population health science
Katherine E. Madison

Academic quantitative population health scientists (AQPHS) in the United States care for populations with an ostensibly apolitical set of quantitative methods. This quantitative care has three interconnected