In the Journals

Special Issue: Feminism & Psychology, “DSM-5 and Beyond: A Critical Feminist Engagement with Psychodiagnosis”

The current issue of Feminism & Psychology is an open source special issue focusing on the long-promised, upcoming revision to the Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders. Entitled “DSM-5 and Beyond: A Critical Feminist Engagement with Psychodiagnosis,” the issue is guest edited by Jeanne Marecek and Nicola Gavey. As they write in their introduction:

The

In the Journals

In the Journals… February (Part 2)

This post is a follow-up to Jason Alley’s earlier article: “In the Journals… February (Part 1).”

A brief review of some of the most relevant periodicals situated at the intersection between medicine, medical humanities, and the social sciences –  Social Science & Medicine, Psychosomatic Medicine, Philosophy, Ethics, and Humanities in Medicine, and Transcultural Psychiatry, to name …

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In the Journals, October 2012 – Part 2

This is the second part to what Lara Braff posted last Thursday (linked here). So without further ado…

Biosocieties has a range of articles this month, revolving around issues of citizenship, biologized or no; medical imaging and technological futures; and discursive positionality in both mass messaging and intimate interactions. In addition, there are a range of reviews of …

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Special Issue: Anthropology & Medicine, “Irrational reproduction: new intersections of politics, gender, race, and class across the north-south divide”

The current issue of Anthropology & Medicine is a special issue entitled, “Irrational reproduction: new intersections of politics, gender, race, and class across the north-south divide”. In their introduction to the issue, Elizabeth L. Krause and Silvia De Zordo write:

“This special issue reveals how rationalities concerned with reproductive and sexual bodies arise and circulate over historic time and