Response to comments on ‘Culture in mental illness’ — Olajide Oloyede
Intersubjectivity at the centre — Grace Akello.
Doing research with boys who have killed — Marie Rosenkrantz Lindegaard
Security and mistrust as measures of future health in the Indonesian H5N1 influenza outbreak — Celia Lowe
Speculative futures of care — Miriam Iris Ticktin
The life and death of Google Flu Trends — Vincent Duclos
Bananas, humanitarian biotech, and human-plant histories in Uganda — Sandra Calkins
Reckoning with a pandemic bond — Susan Erikson
Medical testing assesses individual bodies, yet its effects reach beyond their boundaries.
Multidrug-resistant tuberculosis and access to rights in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil — Oriana Rainho Brás
Defining political subjectivities through encounters with biomedicine during the Ebola epidemic in Sierra Leone — Luisa Enria, Shelley Lees
Syndemics, or the deleterious interaction of diseases and structural factors, is an essential and increasingly utilized theory with which to address health inequities and how they interact with disease.
Mythologies of cancer in everyday life
Challenging the health/wellness divide through the ethnography of embodied ecological heritage
Interviews and expertise in global health research
Gift exchange and traditional healing in Northern Ghana