Summer Roundup: Inhabitable Worlds, Part One

Continuing our summer roundups, today we are highlighting a first set of essays from our Inhabitable Worlds series, brought to us by editors Michele Friedner and Emily Cohen. Inhabitable Worlds is a series that examines the theoretical tools and approaches that scholars bring to the study of disability in the social sciences and humanities.


Inhabitable Worlds: Troubling


Summer Roundup: Bioculturalism

We continue our set of summer roundups by focusing our attention on a series of interviews conducted by Jeffrey G. Snodgrass. Snodgrass spoke with William Dressler, Emily Mendenhall, Christopher Lynn, and Greg Downey on the subject of bioculturalism, aiming to get anthropologists and closely-related others talking seriously, and thinking practically, about how to synergize biological and social scientific approaches to …


Summer Roundup: Forums

Now that the academic year is in full swing, we thought it would be a great time to do a roundup of the work that you may have missed on Somatosphere over the summer. Each Friday for the next few weeks we will highlight a new collection of pieces, beginning today with a set of Forums (four for books and …