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@PhDMidwives Feb 25th session - Dr Cassandra Yuill (@cmyuill) & anthropology for midwives

February 26, 2021 @Academic_Liz
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@PhDMidwives Feb 25th session - Dr Cassandra Yuill (@cmyuill) & anthropology for midwives
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@PhDMidwives Feb 25th session - Dr Cassandra Yuill (@cmyuill) & anthropology for midwives
Feb 26, 2021
@Academic_Liz

Today's episode  (ibit.ly/Re5V) is a special sup recording of a @PhDMidwives virtual session by @cmyuill on anthropology for midwives

1 pub mentioned - 

Critical Medical Anthropology in Midwifery Research

(ibit.ly/DN6J)

@matternalmatters, @Academic_Liz @LizNewnham @DrLoisMcKellar1

Her full reference list from her talk is below:

Colen, S (1995) ‘Like a Mother to Them’: Stratified Reproduction and West Indian Childcare Workers and Employers in New York,’’ pp. 78–102 in Conceiving the New World Order: The Global Politics of Reproduction. University of California Press.

Davis-Floyd, R (1993) The technocratic model of birth. In: Feminist Theory in the Study of Folklore, pp. 297-329.

Dilger, et al. (2015) Ethics, Epistemology, and Engagement: Encountering Values in Medical Anthropology. Medical Anthropology 23(1): 1-10.

Geertz, C (1998) Work and Lives: The Anthropologist as Author. Stanford University Press.

Ginsburg, F. and Rapp, R (1991) The Politics of Reproduction. Annual Review of Anthropology 20(1991): 311-343.

Haraway, D (1988) Situated Knowledges: The Science Question in Feminism and the Privilege of Partial Perspective. Feminist Studies 14(3): 575-599.

Fabian, J (1990) Presence and Representation: The Other and Anthropological Writing. Critical Inquiry 16(4): 753-772.

Forsey,  MG (2010) Ethnography as participant listening. Ethnography 11(4): 558-572.

Fraser, GJ (1998) African American Midwifery in the South - Dialogues of Birth, Race, and Memory. Harvard University Press.

Hahn, RA & Kleinman, A (1983) Biomedical Practice and Anthropological Theory: Frameworks and Directions.  Annual Reviews of Anthropology, 12: 305-333.

Ingold, T (2007) Anthropology is Not Ethnography. Proceeding of the British Academy 154: 69-92.

Jordan, B (1997) Authoritative knowledge and its construction. In: Childbirth and Authoritative Knowledge: Cross-Cultural Perspectives, pp 55-79.

Martin, E (1987) The Woman in the Body: A Cultural Analysis of Reproduction. Beacon Press.

Newnham, EC; Pincombe, JI; McKellar, LV (2016) Critical Medical Anthropology in Midwifery Research: A Framework for Ethnographic Analysis. Global Qualitative Nursing Research, 3: 1-6.

Olson, GA (1991) The Social Scientist as Author: Clifford Geertz on Ethnography and Social Construction. Journal of Advanced Composition 11(2): 245-268.

Rosaldo, R (2001) Culture & Truth: The Remaking of Social Analysis. Beacon Press.

Whyte, SR (2009) Health Identities and Subjectivities: The Ethnographic Challenge. Medical Anthropology Quarterly, 23(1); 6-15.


The aim is for this to be a fortnightly podcast with extra episodes thrown in

This podcast can be found on twitter - @thruthepinard, insta @thruthepinard and our website -https://thruthepinardpodcast.buzzsprout.com/ or ibit.ly/Re5V

email me to share your research and studies - [email protected]

Show Notes

Today's episode  (ibit.ly/Re5V) is a special sup recording of a @PhDMidwives virtual session by @cmyuill on anthropology for midwives

1 pub mentioned - 

Critical Medical Anthropology in Midwifery Research

(ibit.ly/DN6J)

@matternalmatters, @Academic_Liz @LizNewnham @DrLoisMcKellar1

Her full reference list from her talk is below:

Colen, S (1995) ‘Like a Mother to Them’: Stratified Reproduction and West Indian Childcare Workers and Employers in New York,’’ pp. 78–102 in Conceiving the New World Order: The Global Politics of Reproduction. University of California Press.

Davis-Floyd, R (1993) The technocratic model of birth. In: Feminist Theory in the Study of Folklore, pp. 297-329.

Dilger, et al. (2015) Ethics, Epistemology, and Engagement: Encountering Values in Medical Anthropology. Medical Anthropology 23(1): 1-10.

Geertz, C (1998) Work and Lives: The Anthropologist as Author. Stanford University Press.

Ginsburg, F. and Rapp, R (1991) The Politics of Reproduction. Annual Review of Anthropology 20(1991): 311-343.

Haraway, D (1988) Situated Knowledges: The Science Question in Feminism and the Privilege of Partial Perspective. Feminist Studies 14(3): 575-599.

Fabian, J (1990) Presence and Representation: The Other and Anthropological Writing. Critical Inquiry 16(4): 753-772.

Forsey,  MG (2010) Ethnography as participant listening. Ethnography 11(4): 558-572.

Fraser, GJ (1998) African American Midwifery in the South - Dialogues of Birth, Race, and Memory. Harvard University Press.

Hahn, RA & Kleinman, A (1983) Biomedical Practice and Anthropological Theory: Frameworks and Directions.  Annual Reviews of Anthropology, 12: 305-333.

Ingold, T (2007) Anthropology is Not Ethnography. Proceeding of the British Academy 154: 69-92.

Jordan, B (1997) Authoritative knowledge and its construction. In: Childbirth and Authoritative Knowledge: Cross-Cultural Perspectives, pp 55-79.

Martin, E (1987) The Woman in the Body: A Cultural Analysis of Reproduction. Beacon Press.

Newnham, EC; Pincombe, JI; McKellar, LV (2016) Critical Medical Anthropology in Midwifery Research: A Framework for Ethnographic Analysis. Global Qualitative Nursing Research, 3: 1-6.

Olson, GA (1991) The Social Scientist as Author: Clifford Geertz on Ethnography and Social Construction. Journal of Advanced Composition 11(2): 245-268.

Rosaldo, R (2001) Culture & Truth: The Remaking of Social Analysis. Beacon Press.

Whyte, SR (2009) Health Identities and Subjectivities: The Ethnographic Challenge. Medical Anthropology Quarterly, 23(1); 6-15.


The aim is for this to be a fortnightly podcast with extra episodes thrown in

This podcast can be found on twitter - @thruthepinard, insta @thruthepinard and our website -https://thruthepinardpodcast.buzzsprout.com/ or ibit.ly/Re5V

email me to share your research and studies - [email protected]