Bodies, Politics, and African Healing with Stacey Langwick

Wilkinson, Conor; Cohen, Jessie

In this episode, we're joined by Stacy Langwick, a cultural and medical anthropologist at Cornell University who focuses on healing and medicine in East Africa. We talk to Stacey about her 2011 book, Bodies, Politics, and African Healing: The Matter of Maladies in Tanzania, as well as more recent work that takes up issues of toxicity, therapeutics, dispossession, and plants, and healing. For a transcript of the podcast please visit our website hsia.podcasts.library.columbia.edu. This episode was recorded November 10, 2021

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Histories of Science in Africa
Published Here
May 17, 2024


This episode's duration is: 56:09