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Report of Culture Medicine & Power Autumn Writing Workshop

The Culture Medicine & Power research group held its annual Autumn Writing Workshop on 24 November. We discussed work in progress focusing on exciting and thought provoking topics including interdisciplinary explorations of the wellbeing concept; human rights and moral complexities … Continue reading

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Call for Proposals for AAA 2015 Panel on Power and Knowledge in Global Health

This panel explores the relationships of knowledge and expertise that undergird today’s global health-from the practices involved in creating policy agendas in international organizations to the daily work of project implementation and evaluation, and the navigations of those who are … Continue reading

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Report of Culture, Medicine and Power Fall Workshop, November 3rd 2014

The Culture, Medicine and Power (CMP) Research Group held its second Workshop on 3 November 2014. The CMP Fall Workshop was a great success with engaging discussions around and practical feedback for members’ work in progress ranging from conceptualizing the … Continue reading

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Save the dates for the 2014/15 Culture, Medicine and Power Conversation

We are very pleased to announce the 2014/15 calendar for the Culture Medicine, and Power Conversations. The conversations are sponsored by  Culture, Medicine & Power (CMP), an interdisciplinary research group examining the social, cultural, historical and political dimensions of health, … Continue reading

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Today, Culture, Medicine & Power Conversation: “Places of Pharmaceutical Knowledge-Making: Global health, Postcolonial Science, and South African drug discovery”

Dr Anne Pollock, Associate Professor of Science, Technology & Culture in the School of Literature, Media, and Communication at Georgia Tech, will be dropping by KCL’s Department of Social Science, Health and Medicine today, March 17, and will be sharing a paper with … Continue reading

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