Book Review: Medical anthropology at the intersections: histories, activisms, and futures
- Overall, given the diverse material, most readers – those not focused on interdis-ciplinary anthropology as a subject – might not attempt a cover-to-cover reading.Researchers of specific topics, or the book’s three sub-headings – histories, acti-visms, futures – should examine the book. It is a solid addition to medical anthro-pology, interdisciplinary by nature.
- Publication status:
- Accepted manuscript
- Copyright holder:
- D Stellmach
- Copyright date:
- © 2015, Darryl Stellmach. Published by Taylor and Francis (Routledge). This is the accepted manuscript version of the article. The final version is available online from Taylor and Francis (Routledge) at: [10.1080/14636778.2015.1081560].