Part 2 of “In the Journals” for March 2021 includes a special issue in New Genetics & Society, “Organizing Precision Oncology” and a special forum in Science as Culture, “From Radical Science to STS.” This is in addition to the articles already highlighted by Gabrielle Hanley-Mott in Part 1 of this month’s “In the Journals” and a special …
Sportswomen as ‘biocultural creatures’: understanding embodied health experiences across sporting cultures
Holly Thorpe, Marianne Clark & Julie Brice
Over the past decade, a critical mass of feminist scholars has been working to develop new ways of understanding the complex interactions between the social and biological body. Working broadly under the umbrella of ‘new materialisms,’ a subgroup of feminist scholars
This special issue of Culture, Medicine, and Psychiatry, edited by Dominik Mattes and Claudia Lang, proposes the notion of “embodied belonging” which engages with the “entanglements of the political, social, and affective dimensions of belonging and their effects on health, illness, and healing.”
This special issue includes two articles published in the journal’s previous issue; they are also included …
Here are some new articles published in February 2021. These are in addition to the special issue of Critical Public Health, “Beyond Biological Citizenship,” already highlighted for us by Emmanuelle Roth. Enjoy!
Medical disposals and problem solving: About high blood pressure in Morocco
Josiane Carine Tantchou
In this article, I analyze how in basic health-care
Critical Public Health’s first issue of the year is a special issue titled “Beyond Biological Citizenship,” edited by Marsha Rosengarten, Todd Sekuler, Beate Binder, Agata Dziuban and Peter-Paul Bänziger. These articles “offer insight into the evolving conceptions of state–citizenship relations in the complex and entangled histories of HIV/AIDS in Europe.”
Some interesting themes include scientific uncertainty and methodological experimentation. Enjoy!
Casimir MacGregor, Alan Petersen, Megan Munsie
This article examines how Australian providers of unproven autologous