Selim Gökçe Atıcı

Selim Gökçe Atıcı is a Ph.D. candidate at the Anthropology Department at Stanford University. He currently works on relapse prevention programs in the Kansai region in Japan, focusing on self-organized support groups comprised of individuals attending DARC (Nihon Daruku) institutions and NA (Narcotics Anonymous) platforms.

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Social medicine as a state of exception: rethinking responsibility and public medicine through mutual aid events in Japan

Social medicine as a state of exception: rethinking responsibility and public medicine through mutual aid events in Japan


If you fall into a pit, you can climb out, but once you slip from a sheer cliff,                   you cannot step firmly into a new life again Tokyo Ueno Station, Yu Miri Ghostly matters in Sugamo Since its establishment by the US occupying forces in the aftermath of the Second World War, Sugamo Prison […]