Embodying Inequalities: Perspectives from Medical Anthropology
Series editors: Sahra Gibbon and Jennie Gamlin
This series charts anthropological engagements with new dynamics of health and wellbeing in local and global contexts. It includes ethnographic and theoretical works exploring the different ways in which inequalities pervade our bodies and how these interweave with socio-political, environmental, anthropocenic and economic factors. The series offers novel contributions that draw on critical, applied, activist, cross-disciplinary and engaged anthropological methods, as well as in-depth writings from the field. It also seeks to showcase new health issues and understand how they are embodied and patterned by unequal global development.