Medical Anthropology Journal Club

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All interested faculty and graduate students are invited to participate in the medical anthropology journal club. The purpose is to create a forum for discussing and critically evaluating recent literature related to medical anthropology. Typically, one volunteer will select an article and lead a discussion at each meeting.

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Articles will be available in PDF form on this website at least one week in advance. If you are interested in participating, please contact me to request a password for access to the articles.

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Course credit now available: Students have the option of registering for journal club as a one-credit course (ANG 6905). You are not required to register for credit to attend; we still welcome any and all students and faculty who want to participate. The new course option simply allows you to receive credit toward your degree for the work we do in journal club. You may register for journal club up to six semesters, and the credit hours you receive count toward the department’s degree requirements for graded, ANG seminar courses.

Current Schedule

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For Fall 2017, unless noted otherwise, the journal club meets every Friday, 12:50 – 1:40 p.m. (Period 6) in the Medical Anthropology Lab, Turlington B103. Please check the blog for updates about the weekly schedule. You can also subscribe to be receive notices about journal club by email. You could also request to join the Med Anthro @ UF group on Facebook.

September 1

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Tuvel, Rebecca. 2017. “In Defense of Transracialism.” Hypatia 32 (2): 263–78. doi:10.1111/hypa.12327.

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Moderator: Douglas Monroe

September 8

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Cancelled due to Hurricane Irma

September 15

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Cancelled due to Hurricane Irma

September 22

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López, Nancy, Edward Vargas, Melina Juarez, Lisa Cacari-Stone, and Sonia Bettez. 2017. “What’s Your “Street Race?” Leveraging Multidimensional Measures of Race and Intersectionality for Examining Physical and Mental Health Status Among Latinxs.” Sociology of Race and Ethnicity. doi:10.1177/2332649217708798.

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Moderator: Yasemin Akdas

September 29

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Moses, Joshua, Bilal Khan, G. Robin Gauthier, Vladimir Ponizovsky, and Kirk Dombrowski. 2017. “Confounding Culture: Drinking, Country Food Sharing, and Traditional Knowledge Networks in a Labrador Inuit Community.” Human Organization 76 (2): 171–83. doi:10.17730/0018-7259.76.2.171.

Moderator: Pete Collings

October 6

Holmes, Seth M, Jennifer Karlin, Scott D Stonington, and Diane L Gottheil. 2017. “The First Nationwide Survey of MD-PhDs in the Social Sciences and Humanities: Training Patterns and Career Choices..” BMC Medical Education 17 (1): 60. doi:10.1186/s12909-017-0896-1.

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November 24

Thanksgiving–no journal club

December 1


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