Sienna R. Craig

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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Responding to an Unfolding Pandemic: Asian Medicines and Covid-19

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Responding to an Unfolding Pandemic: Asian Medicines and Covid-19

Scholars across disciplines working on Asian medicines are currently encountering a multitude of responses to the ongoing pandemic of coronavirus disease (Covid... More

Asian Medicines and Covid-19: An Introduction

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Asian Medicines and Covid-19: An Introduction

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

Social Suffering and Embodied Political Crisis

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Social Suffering and Embodied Political Crisis

I tell you this To break your heart,By which I mean onlyThat it break open and never close againTo the rest of the world.—Mary Oliver, New and Selected Poems, V... More