Aidan Seale-Feldman is Postdoctoral Research Associate and Lecturer in the Bioethics Program at the University of Virginia. Her research focuses on questions of crisis, care, and the relationality of affliction. Her book project explores psychosocial transformations in postdisaster Nepal, tracing the public articulation of a mental health crisis in the aftermath of the 2015 earthquakes, including its strategic uses, ethical demands, and unexpected consequences.
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And if seeing was fire, I required the plenitude of fire, And if seeing would infect me with madness, I madly wanted that madness.–Maurice Blanchot Robert Desja... More
In their 1961 film Chronicle of a Summer, the ethnographic filmmaker Jean Rouch and the sociologist Edgar Morin show a group of young people gathered outside ... More
Many anthropologists drawn to experimental forms of ethnography have gravitated toward images as method. Lisa Stevenson (2014, 10) has proposed an “anthropology... More
Megan Raschig is a Postdoctoral Fellow in Medical Anthropology at the University of Virginia. In this article, Raschig draws on contemporary theories of the eve... More
In the months since the deadly earthquake, Nepal has seen an unprecedented abundance of mental health discourse and practice. From the government to local NGOs ... More