Tanja Ahlin is a PhD candidate at the University of Amsterdam, working in medical anthropology and science and technology studies. Her research interests include care, aging, migration, and digital technology. She has conducted research on these topics in India and elsewhere and has published in journals including Medical Anthropology Quarterly and Medical Anthropology, as well as in The Routledge Handbook of Medical Anthropology.
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Robert Desjarlais’s The Blind Man is a beautifully written and provocative book. The work challenges and complicates ethnography as a genre, stretching its boun... More