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Spotlight on... Nadine Beckmann
Nadine Beckmann Position: Senior Lecturer in Social Anthropolog (More)
The weird and wonderful world of cigarette packaging
By Kirsten Bell Two weeks ago, The Guardian featured an article about Tom Fraine, the British (More)
CRESIDA webinar by Dr Derek Summerfield on the globalisation of western mental health
On 18 November 2020, Dr Derek Summerfield from the Institute of Psychiatry presented a webinar in the CRESIDA seminar series titled 'Globalising Western 'mental health': psychiatry, spirits, ancestors and poverty. Case studies from UK, Zimbabwe, Camb (More)
HIV/AIDS & Global Health: HIV among older adults in South Africa
Our third year HIV/AIDS and Global Health module, which explores broader anthropological questions around HIV/AIDS, illness and healing, sexual and reproductive rel (More)
‘It’s a kind of magic’: Coronavirus attire, mimesis and the limits of rationalism[1]
By Kirsten Bell Over the past few weeks, airport travel has had the feel of a global game of musical chairs, with everyone scrambling to find their seat (i.e., return home) before the music stops – namely, countries close their borders and airlines (More)
Digging into health and disease in post-medieval London with Paola Ponce
Savoy Hospital In 2011, Archaeology South-East (UCL) excavated hundre (More)
Ganging up on the germs: The evolution of care-giving for the sick
This week in the CRESIDA seminar series, our speaker is Sharon Kessler, who is Marie Curie Fellow in th (More)
Parental investment in Agta foragers
Abigail Page This week in the CRESIDA seminar series, the speaker is Dr More)
Organs without grief: the potentials of the pig model in Danish experimental transplantation research
This week in the CRESIDA seminar series, our speaker is Anja Jensen from the University of Copenhagen, who is sharing her research on the potentials of the pig model in Danish e (More)
Sources of misdiagnosis in rapid HIV testing in Zimbabwe
This week in the CRESIDA seminar series, the speaker is our very own More)
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