The inspiration for this panel is the recent turn in global health towards what one might call an innovation imperative, in which technical interventions and entrepreneurial solutions to pressing and complex health problems in humanitarian and low resource settings are increasingly prioritized over other approaches.
H-MedAnthro addresses the needs and concerns of medical anthropology graduate students, practicing anthropologists, scholars, and scholar activists who address issues of local, national and international health importance. This network and its accompanying web sites form the hub of an active research community and a storehouse for information supporting the endeavors of medical anthropologists and their colleagues in allied social science fields.
CALL FOR PROPOSALS:
The Society for East Asian Anthropology (SEAA) (http://seaa.americananthro.org/) welcomes proposals for the 117th American Anthropological Association (AAA) Annual Meeting, to be held in San Jose, CA from November 14-18, 2018.
UNICEF is in the process of developing international or common standards for designing, implementing, supporting and measuring community engagement for use in development and humanitarian contexts. Community engagement (CE) is a critical strategy for working with and involving local populations.
This is a CFP for the American Anthropological Association's Annual Meeting in San Jose, CA on November 14-18, 2018, for the following series of (2-3) panels.
Situating & Expanding Drugs’ Capacities: effects that exceed, disrupt, and repurpose chemical composition
Laura Meek, PhD Candidate, University of California, Davis, USA
& Rossio Motta-Ochoa, Postdoctoral Fellow (Faculty of Medicine), McGill University, Canada
CFP: Reproductive Labor in Post-Soviet Contexts