In the Journals

Special Journal Issue: Medical Anthropology Quarterly — After Progress: Time and Improbable Futures in Clinic Spaces

Within its current issue (June 2011), Medical Anthropology Quarterlyhas a special section entitled, “After Progress: Time and Improbable Futures in Clinic Spaces.”S. Lochlann Jain and Sharon R. Kaufman write in their introduction to the section:

One contemporary goal for ethnographers is to describe features of that complex relationship in different realms of health care delivery—perhaps especially those arenas undergoing

In the Journals

"Embodiment and its Extremes": a special issue of Medical Anthropology

It seems like there’s another special issue coming out every other day recently.  The latest is an issue of Medical Anthropology: Cross-Cultural Studies in Health and Illness on “Embodiment and its Extremes” guest edited by Karen-Sue Taussig and by frequent Somatosphere contributor Matthew Wolf-Meyer.

Here’s the TOC along with abstracts:

Matthew Wolf-Meyer and Karen-Sue Taussig, Extremities: