Sayendri Panchadhyayi considers a journey of waiting for recovery from a rare health condition, reflecting on questions of selfhood and fractured time, provoked by the experience of malady.
‘Metrics: What Counts in Global Health’ edited by Vincanne Adams (Duke University Press, 2016). Metrics: What Counts in Global Health is a collection of ethnographic case studies of the process, effects and limitations of
Addicted. Pregnant. Poor by Kelly Ray Knight (Duke University Press, 2015). This deeply engaging and long standing ethnography conducted from 2007 to 2011 fully discloses the sufferings of women living in daily rent hotels
Living and Dying in the Contemporary World: A Compendium, edited by Veena Das and Clara Han (University of California Press, 2016). Living and Dying in the Contemporary World provides rich insights into and theoretical
Second Chances: Surviving AIDS in Uganda edited by Susan Reynold Whyte (Duke University Press, 2014). Second Chances: Surviving AIDS in Uganda is an account of the lives of the first generation of people to experience
Professor Jane Macnaughton writes: How was it that a group of ten philosophers, doctors, lawyers, a priest and an anthropologist, ended up playing Act 1 Scene 1 of King Lear in a renovated kelp