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Field Notes: Care

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This month, SCA’s Field Notes series invites four scholars to consider the theme of care. What has anthropology contributed to the study of care? What does it provoke? How does care and its associated processes interact, constrain, or influence social relationships?

To investigate care, we feature contributions from the following individuals:  

Provocation: Emily Yates-Doerr (University of Amsterdam)

Translation: Ruth Fitzgerald (University of Otago)

Deviation: Laura Heinemann (Creighton University)

Integration: Janelle Taylor (University of Washington)

Posts in This Series

Care: Integration

Care: Deviation

Care: Translation

Care: Provocation