Welcome to the first stack of ‘In the Journals’ for April! It’s a bumper crop, so find a cosy corner and some coffee to comb through it all. Happy reading!
Medicine Anthropology Theory
Is the 21st century the age of biomedicalization?
Eileen Moyer and Vinh-Kim Nguyen
(Excerpt from editorial )
The diverse contributions that make up this issue of MAT, …
April brings many special issues! We’ve already highlighted themed issues on insurance and digitized health, and here are two more themed issues to know about: this month’s História, Ciências, Saúde-Manguinhos is on The Biomedicalization of Brazilian Bodies: Anthropological Perspectives, and the current South Atlantic Quarterly is about Life After Biopolitics. Enjoy!
História, Ciências, Saúde-Manguinhos
The Biomedicalization of Brazilian …
In addition to our regular roundup of journal articles, these two special issues were published this month:
Here is the second half of our March roundup of journal articles. There are also two Special Issues out this month that may be of interest, including the current Medical Anthropology Quarterly, and their contents are posted here.
Love and Resurrection: Remaking Life and Death in Contemporary Russia
In this article, I discuss two …
Here is the first installment of articles published in March. There is a special issue of East Asian Science, Technology and Society on “Body and Enhancement Technology,” and I also want to note that there are reviews of several recently published books about disability collected in this month’s Sociology of Health & Illness.
DSM over time: From legitimisation …
And now for a very belated February post (not even the extra day could help this year…). However, there is much to dig in to here, including two special issues, “The Sociology of Health Care Safety and Quality” in Sociology of Health & Illness and “Anthropology and Medical Photography: Ethnographic, Critical and Comparative Perspectives” in Visual Anthropology. Enjoy!