Can we change the way that we think about thinking? Can we rework our thoughts about thought? If so, what would reworking thought open up, analytically and ethnographically? Those were the provocations we started with, an invitation to draw together early career researchers working on diverse ways of conceptualizing thinking and not-thinking, cognizing and not-cognizing.
Even asking these questions raises …
An Impossible Inheritance: Postcolonial Psychiatry and the Work of Memory in a West African Clinic
University of California Press, 2019. 288 pages.
Katie Kilroy-Marac begins An Impossible Inheritance with a curious epigraph: “The individual can be said to be ‘tangled up in stories’ which happen to him before any story is recounted.” This statement from Paul Ricoeur’s …
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De mulher para mulher: construindo a resposta do estado à epidemia de Zika no Brasil
‘Minha vida era uma antes e outra depois da Zika’, disse Dra. Celina Turchi em uma conferência em Recife. Ela liderava o grupo que comprovou a relação causal entre o vírus da Zika e o aumento dos casos de microcefalia …
Longitudinal birth cohorts are increasingly recognised as important for
understanding how biological, social and environmental processes interact over
time and contribute to health inequalities. Birth cohorts have also become part of global assemblages of knowledge
production, particularly in the field of the Developmental Origins of Health
and Disease (DOHaD, Gluckman et al. 2016), and act as important technologies of
Trans young people are a matter of vital attention in the United States. Recently, trans-identified youth have figured in arguments about healthcare…
some years back at a scholarly conference where we were both presenting papers
on a common theme: health care in the service of the law. We bonded over our
shared academic interest in Stefan Timmermans and Jonathan Gabe’s (2002)
“medico-legal borderlands” framework. As we came to realize, our research agendas
were both conceptually situated within ‘borderland’ spaces. We …