• Critical Global Health: Evidence, Efficacy, Ethnography

  • Overview

    Critical Global Health is a timely series bringing together the fields of medical anthropology and science studies with emerging debates on evidence-making, the design and outcome of interventions, and ethics in global health. Drawing on ethnograhy and critical theory, it challenges entrenched paradigms, offering an alternative framework to ever-more dominant quantitative-based approaches to global health science and policy. The series is dedicated to building a people-centered and politically relevant social theory for the twenty-first century.


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