New Horizons in Medical Anthropology: Essays in Honour of Charles Leslie


i New Horizons in Medical Anthropology /i is a cutting edge volume in honor of Charles Leslie, a highly respected medical anthropologist whose influential career has shaped this branch of anthropology as it is studied and theorized today. Written by former students and colleagues of Charles Leslie, this collection of papers deals with issues as diverse as AIDS and new medical technologies, therapy management and overpopulation, with case studies from Africa and Asia.

Additional information

Includes content by:
  • Margaret Lock
  • Mark Nichter
  • Steve Ferzacca
  • Stacy Leigh Pigg
  • Marina Roseman
Publisher: Place of publication:
  • London
Publication year:
  • 2002


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