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Anthropology 2022 - ANTH 312 [Medical Anthropology]

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Featured Resource: A helpful ebook in the UVic Libraries for Medical Anthropology Students:

A companion to medical anthropology / [2022]
Singer, Merrill, editor.;Erickson, Pamela I. (Pamela Irene), 1951- editor.;Abadía-Barrero, César, editor. 

A Companion to Medical Anthropology, Second Edition provides the most complete account of the key issues and debates in this dynamic, rapidly growing field. Bringing together contributions by leading international authorities in medical anthropology, this comprehensive reference work presents critical assessments and interpretations of a wide range of topical themes, including global and environmental health, political violence and war, poverty, malnutrition, substance abuse, reproductive health, and infectious diseases. Throughout the text, readers explore the global, historical, and political factors that continue to influence how health and illness are experienced and understood. [From Publisher's description]

Medical Anthroppology Network of CASCA

Territorial Acknowledgement

UVic Libraries acknowledges with respect…

the Lekwungen peoples on whose traditional territory the University of Victoria stands, and the Songhees, Esquimalt and W̱SÁNEĆ peoples whose historical relationships with the land continue  to this day.

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