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Commodifying Bodies - Nancy Scheper-Hughes - Häftad () | BokusNancy Scheper-Hughes born is a professor of Anthropology and director of the program in Medical Anthropology at the University of California at Berkeley. Especially in Ireland, many readers took umbrage at her portrayal of the disintegration of rural Irish family life due to the collapse of the agrarian economy. In the 20th anniversary edition of the book, Scheper-Hughes provided an update on the transitions the community was undergoing at the time of her original research. She also discussed the challenges and ethics of ethnography, issues that are pushed to the fore as anthropologists increasingly work in communities that can read and critique their work. In her subsequent book Death without Weeping: The Violence of Everyday life in Brazil , she discusses the violence between mothers refusing to care for their sickly children.
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It would be excellent for advanced undergraduate and graduate courses. Scheper-Hughes' lifework concerns the violence of everyday life examined from a radical existentialist and politically engaged perspective. Her examination of structural and political violence, of what she calls "small wars and invisible genocides" has allowed her to develop a so-called 'militant' anthropology, which has been broadly applied to medicine, psychiatry, and to the practice of anthropology. She is perhaps best known for her books on schizophrenia among bachelor farmers in County Kerry Saints, Scholars and Schizophrenics: Mental Illness in Rural Ireland and on the madness of hunger, maternal thinking, and infant mortality in Brazil Death without Weeping: the Violence of Everyday Life in Brazil. During the early s she undertook an ethnographic study on the deinstitutionalization of the severely mentally ill in South Boston and on the homeless mentally ill in Berkeley. While there she began an on-going ethnographic study of the role of political and everyday violence in the pre and post-transition periods. She has written a series of essays to be published under the title Undoing: the Politics of the Impossible in the New South Africa.
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