International Summer School in Medical Anthropology Offers Free Public Lectures

The organizing team of the International Summer School in Medical Anthropology has issued an open invitation to attend the public co-lectures that will be part of the program “Well-being at the margins: Seeking health in stratified landscapes of medicine and healing” at Freie Universität Berlin:

22 July 2013

9.30 am – Introduction by Hansjörg Dilger (Freie Universität Berlin) & Anita Hardon (University of Amsterdam)

10.00 am – “Engaging care, citizenship and sovereignty: dialectices of theory and ethnography” by Miriam Ticktin (New School for Social Research, New York) & Vinh-Kim Nguyen (Université de Montreal, Collège d’Etudes Mondiales, Paris, University of Amsterdam)

23 July 2013

9.00 am – “Somatic modes of attention: embodying inequality and structural violence” by Heide Castañeda (University of South Florida) & David Napier (University College London)

25 July 2013

9.00 am – “Syndemics, insecurity and access to health care in Zimbabwe and Nepal” by Lenore Manderson (Monash University) & Ian Harper (University of Edinburgh)

26 July 2013

9.00 am – “Ethical choices and challenges in the anthropology of health” by Sylvie Fainzang (Cermes3/Inserm, Paris) & Peter Redfield (University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill)

For more information, please see the summer school website or lecture poster (pdf).