Medicine and its Objects

An Interdisciplinary Workshop

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MaIOW in Spring 2018

The good work continues… This quarter we are excited to host a number of distinguished guests, as well as collaborations…

Biying Ling presents on Life Science, Holism, and Hans Jonas

Wednesday, February 28, 4:30-6:00pm. Haskell 101 The Medicine and Its Objects Workshop presents: Biying Ling (Conceptual and Historical Studies of…

Jenny Miao Hua presents on integration of Chinese and Western medicine in cancer prognoses

Wednesday, February 14, 4:30-6:00pm. Haskell 101 Jenny Miao Hua (Anthropology and Medicine): Staging Cancer, Siting Tumors: The Prognostic Integration of…

Julian Thompson presents on risk and surveillance in mental health courts

Wednesday, January 31, 4:30-6:00pm. Haskell 101 The Medicine and Its Objects Workshop presents: Julian Thompson (SSA): ‘People, Places, and Things:’ Judicial Imaginaries,…

This Week: Matt Hiller presents on identity narratives in obsessive-compulsive disorders

Wednesday, January 17, 4:30-6:00pm. Haskell 101 Matthew Hiller (SSA): “OCD – Self and Other” with opening comments by Paula Martin (CHD) This paper…

MaIOW in Winter 2018

The Medicine and Its Objects Workshop continues this winter, building on our ongoing theme of Vitality. See our schedule below!…

Wednesday, Nov. 22: Natalja Czarnecki presents at the MaIOW

Wednesday, November 22, 4:30-6:00pm. Rosenwald 329 The Medicine and Its Objects Workshop presents: Natalja Czarnecki (Anthropology) Something in the Way He…

Nov. 8: Anne-Sophie Reichert presents “Leben im Versuch”

Wednesday, November 8, 4:30-6:00pm, in Rosenwald 329 The Medicine and Its Objects Workshop welcomes: Anne-Sophie Reichert (Anthropology) Leben im Versuch: Experimental Culture…

Zoe H. Wool visits MaIOW

Please join the Medicine and Its Objects Workshop for a special presentation from… Zoe H. Wool (Rice University, Anthropology and…

Camille Roussel presents…

Wednesday, October 18, 4:30-6:00pm, in Rosenwald 329 The Medicine and Its Objects Workshop presents the inimitable: Camille Roussel (Comparative Human Development)…

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