DENGUE MOSQUITOS ARE SINGLE MOTHERS: Biopolitics Meets Ecological Aesthetics in Nicaraguan Community Health Work
Alex Nading III
Essays in Cultural Anthropology have sought to make sense of health and illness both at the level of individual experience and perception and at the level of institutionalized systems. Often, the goal is social theoretical analysis of the significance of modern medicine.
“Biopolitical Beijing: Pleasure, Sovereignty and Self-Cultivation in China's Capital”
Judith Farquhar, Professor
Anthropology, University of Chicago
Zhang Qicheng, Professor
Beijing University of Chinese Medicine