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.

Recent Content

CFP AAA 2014

Animate Encounters

Session organizers: Andrew Johnson (Yale-NUS College) & Daena Funahashi (Yale-NUS College)

Recent anthropological attention has been placed upon the human/nonhuman interaction and what the nonhuman “thinks” (Kohn 2013). But when the nonhuman thinks, how do we know what it thinks? And, how do we understand “its” speech as speech?

AS 2.0: user experience testing

AAA and Wiley-Blackwell want to improve AnthroSource. Our plan is to re-launch AnthroSource in January 2015 and in the interest of meeting anthropologists’ needs more fully, we invite those familiar with AnthroSource to participate in individual sessions to be conducted remotely with screen sharing on your computer on Wednesday, April 16 and Thursday April 17.

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