23 August 2021, 14:00-17:00 (CET)
Healthcare and the State
Aligning with the ongoing discussion on care and the state and departing from the idea of biomedicine as a crucial component to post-pandemic statecraft projects, this workshop wants to explore what contribution medical anthropology can give to our understanding of the relationship between the state and those who contest, comply and respond to its services and discourses. We invite original contributions focusing on research empirical outcomes or exploring theoretical possibilities which revolve around public health measures, policies, discourses and their reception.
The workshop is supported by the Medical Anthropology Young Scholars (EASA network) and it is part of MAYS Method Series.
Letizia Bonanno (Loughborough University & University of Kent)
Giuseppe Troccoli (University of Southampton)
Registration deadline: June 1st 2021.
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