Monday Colloquium: Ramah McKay

Assistant Professor of Anthropology
University of Minnesota
speaking on

  "Medical Welfare and the Multiplicity of
       Medicine in Mozambique"

Monday, February 1, 2013, 3:30 pm  Haskell 315

Here is some background information

BA               2000         Barnard (Anthropology)
MA              2005          Stanford (Anthropology
PhD            2010          Stanford (Anthropology)

PostDoc in Medical Anthropology & Global Health at the Woodrow Wilson School, Princeton, 2010-12

Research Interests  Medical anthropology, Science and Technology studies, NGOs, Anthropology of the Body, Legal Anthropology; Africa/Mozambique
How global health interventions transform and build upon long-standing development practices in Mozambique

2013    "The Productivity of Crisis," in Goldstone & Obarrio, eds. African Futures in Crisis: Essays on Precarity, Emergence, and Possibility, U Chicago Press, Forthcoming.

2012      (w/ J. Biehl) "Ethnography as Political Critique," Anthropological Quarterly,  Sept/Oct

2012    "Documentary Disorders: Managing Medical Multiplicity in Maputo, Mozambique, American Ethnologist 39(3): 545-561

2012  "Afterlives: Humanitarian Histories and Critical Subjects in Mozambique,"Cultural Anthropology 27(2) 286-309.

  • Begins: Monday, February 11, 2013 - 2:30pm
  • Ends: Monday, February 11, 2013 - 4:00pm
  • Location: Haskell 315
  • Address: 5836 S. Greenwood Ave, Chicago IL, 60637

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