Sharon Abramowitz is an anthropologist and a visiting researcher at the Department of Anthropology at Rutgers University, co-editor of recently published Medical humanitarianism. Ethnographies of practice. She has devoted much of her work to responding to epidemics - most recently in Ebola, and in West Africa, Liberia in particular.
During the conference organized by MSF-Crash on 23 October 2017, she discussed the contribution of medical anthropology to humanitarian action as well as her latest book and most recent projects.
Table of contents
- The Patient-Healthcare Pipeline
- Fieldwork in West Africa
- Critique: what happens when MSF leaves? Liberia 2006/2007
- Ebola response
- Integrating Anthropology into Humanitarian Response
To cite this content :
Sharon Abramowitz, Humanitarian anthropology : conference with Sharon Abramowitz, 23 October 2017, URL : http://msf-crash.org/index.php/en/conferences-debates/humanitarian-anthropology-conference-sharon-abramowitz
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