Veronica Miranda, PhD is a medical anthropologist whose research examines how individual and community health are shaped by state institutions, structures of inequality, and cultural systems of knowledge. Her work focuses on the political economy of Latina and indigenous women’s reproductive health. Dr. Miranda's primary research is a long-term ethnographic project that has documented changing childbirth practices and access to health resources among Maya women in rural Quintana Roo, Mexico. She is currently a Postdoctoral Scholar in the Department of Anthropology at Santa Clara University.
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Why is writing still seen as a solitary process? Why are we mostly still writing alone? As junior scholars who frequently collaborate, we question the instituti... More
This collection of essays builds on a 2018 American Anthropological Association roundtable that brought together scholars whose experiences with co-authorship i... More
Why Co-author in Anthropology? The dominant and pervasive narrative about knowledge production within anthropology centers around images of the lone (male, whit... More