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In the Journals, February 2022

Here is a selection of articles published in February. Enjoy!

Cultural Anthropology (Open Access)

Vital Labors: Transacting Oocytes across Borders in the Post-Soviet Space (open access)
Madeleine Reeves

Anthropological accounts of labor mobility in the post-Soviet region have tended to focus on the commoditization, securitization, and illegalization of migrant wage labor, rather than on the generation of surplus through the

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In the Journals, September 2021, Part 1

Rounding out September’s In the Journals compilation, here are several more articles of interest. See also these Special Issues on “Island Imaginaries” and “Beyond the Production of Ignorance” and more in a separate post by Eliza Williamson. Enjoy!

American Anthropologist 

Learning How Not to Know: Pragmatism, (In)expertise, and the Training of American Helping Professionals
E. Summerson Carr

Motivational interviewing

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In the Journals, February 2021

Here are some new articles published in February 2021. These are in addition to the special issue of Critical Public Health, “Beyond Biological Citizenship,” already highlighted for us by Emmanuelle Roth. Enjoy!

Social Studies of Science

Medical disposals and problem solving: About high blood pressure in Morocco
Josiane Carine Tantchou

In this article, I analyze how in basic health-care

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In the Journals, November 2020, Part 1

Here’s the first part of November’s round-up of new journal articles that may be of interest. Enjoy!

Science, Technology and Human Values

Borderlands of Life: IVF Embryos and the Law in the United States, United Kingdom, and Germany (open access)
Sheila Jasanoff, Ingrid Metzler

Human embryos produced in labs since the 1970s have generated layers of uncertainty for law and

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In the Journals, February 2020

Here are some of the articles published in February. Enjoy!

Cultural Anthropology (Open Access)

Gestures of Care and Recognition: An Introduction
Lauren Cubellis

This collection of essays offers an exploration of care as a gesture of recognition. As both object of inquiry and ethnographic representation, care is examined as the work of discerning and representing traces. The introduction and subsequent

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Disability Worlds: Wenner-Gren Symposium

The 2018 Wenner-Gren Symposium was “Disability Worlds,” and the papers are now available as a Current Anthropology supplement, open-access to all! Here is a PDF of the entire collection, and the abstracts are below.

Disability Worlds: Wenner-Gren Symposium Supplement 21
Danilyn Rutherford

[excerpt] From March 9 to 15, 2018, at the Hacienda del Sol Guest Ranch in Tucson, Arizona, the

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