Lectures

Chronic caring in unstable landscapes

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The current ‘end of AIDS era,’ referred to as Treat All in policy circles,is characterized by the primary aim of identifying and putting all HIV-positive people on antiretroviral treatment (ART) as quickly as possible following diagnosis (Kenworthy, et al 2017). Under Treat All, life-long pharmaceutical treatment is increasingly initiated in healthy bodies as part of a broad …

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Medicine Anthropology Theory: an open-access journal in the anthropology of health, illness, and medicine

Medicine Anthropology Theory MAT – is a new, interdisciplinary, peer-reviewed journal in medical anthropology, the anthropology of biomedicine, science and technology studies, and critical global health studies. MAT seeks to provide a forum for top-notch scholarship, engage ‘applied’ anthropologists and activists, and rethink classical anthropological theory in light of contemporary ethnographic research in biomedicine and health. The journal will …