Sienna R. Craig (PhD Cornell University, 2006) is Associate Professor of Anthropology at Dartmouth College, Hanover, New Hampshire. She is a medical and cultural anthropologist whose work focuses on Asian medicines, global health, women’s and children’s health, and migration and social change.
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What are the ethnographic arts through which we know and express the worlds we encounter? How does ethnographic experience become translated into/as art? How ca... More
This series considers the intersections between ethnography and art, and the playful synergy that emerges between them, even in dark times. The contributors to ... More
The relationship between what we see and what we know is never settled. —John BergerPrivileging Sight We practice noticing, here in the Zoomiverse. In summer 2... More
Scholars across disciplines working on Asian medicines are currently encountering a multitude of responses to the ongoing pandemic of coronavirus disease (Covid... More
The idea for this Hot Spots series emerged in early March 2020, as the epidemic was moving from Asia to Europe and North America. The essays presented here were... More