Volume 36, Issue 4 (December 2022)


Society for Medical Anthropology Statement on Supreme Court Dobbs v. Jackson Women’s Health Organization Decision

Claire L. Wendland, Elyse O. Singer, Joanna Mishtal, and Mara Buchbinder

Declaración de la Sociedad de Antropología Médica sobre el fallo de la Suprema Corte en el caso Dobbs contra Jackson Women’s Health Organization

Claire L. Wendland, Elyse O. Singer, Joanna Mishtal, and Mara Buchbinder

“There Would Be More Black Spaces”: Care/giving Cartographies during COVID‐19

Debi Chess, Megan A. Carney, and Michelle Rascon‐Canales

Discounted Deaths: The Eruption of COVID‐19 in the Geriatric System of the Community of Madrid

Álvaro Villar Baile and Iñaki Rubio‐Mengual

Mobility Imaginaries of Humanitarian Intervention: Gender, Migration, and Violence along Mexico’s Southern Border

Heather M. Wurtz

Praying for More Time: Mexican Immigrants’ Pandemic Eldercare Dilemmas

Sarah B. Horton

Shouldering Death: Moral Tensions, Ambiguity, and the Unintended Ramifications of State‐sanctioned Second‐trimester Selective Abortion in Denmark

Laura Louise Heinsen

Dirty Work in Medicine: Understanding U.S. Physicians’ Agency in Contested Medical Practices

Mara Buchbinder

Book Reviews

Review of At the Limits of Cure. Bharat Jayram Venkat, Durham: Duke University Press, 2021, 304 pp.

Zahra Hayat

Review of Substantial Relations: Making Global Reproductive Medicine in Postcolonial India. Sandra Bärnreuther, Ithaca, NY: Cornell University Press, 2021, 192 pp.

Maya Unnithan

Review of Becoming Gods: Medical Training in Mexican Hospitals. Vania Smith‐Oka, New Brunswick, NJ: Rutgers University Press, 2021, 228 pp.

Ciara Kierans

Review of Can Science and Technology Save China? Susan Greenhalgh and Li Zhang, eds., Ithaca, NY: Cornell University Press, 2020, 240 pp.

Jennifer A. Liu

Review of Growing Old in a New China: Transitions in Elder Care. Rose Keimig, Newark, NJ: Rutgers University Press, 2021, 208 pp.

Jeanne Laraine Shea