Teaching plan

DateTeacherPlaceTopicLecture notes / comments
09.09.2005Rune Flikke  Auditorium 3 Eilert Sundts hus. Friday 14:15 -16:00  Lecture “Introduction. What is health? What is medical anthropology?”  Literature:Das 1990, Eisenberg 1977, Scheper-Hughes and Lock 1987. 
16.09.2005Rune Flikke  Auditorium 3 Eilert Sundts hus. Friday 14:15 -16:00  Lecture: “From suffering individuals to a social anthropology”  Literature: Foucault 1997 and 2000, Armstrong 1993, Scheper-Hughes and Lock 1987. 
23.09.2005Rune Flikke  Auditorium 3 Eilert Sundts hus. Friday 14:15 -16:00   Lecture: “Suffering, voice and representation”  Literature: Das 1995b, Good 1994, Kleinman and Kleinman 1991

 

30.09.2005Rune Flikke  Friday 14:15 -16:00. Group 1: Room 150, Harriet Holters Hus. Group 2: Seminar room 551, ES.   Seminar: “Discussing articles and key concepts”   
07.10.2005Rune Flikke  Friday 14:15 -16:00. Group 1: Room 150, Harriet Holters Hus. Group 2: Seminar room 551, ES.   Seminar: “Risk society, citizenship, biopolitics, and technological disasters.”  Objective: Discuss key concepts and analytical frameworks for Petryna’s book. We will also use articles from Morgenbladet and the international press to discuss the latest developments in the discourses surrounding the Chernobyl.Assignment: Use the literature to write a review of Petryna’s book. To be presented 21.10.05 
14.10.2005Rune Flikke  Auditorium 3 Eilert Sundts hus. Friday 14:15 -16:00   Lecture: “Politics, bureaucracy, and the social distribution of suffering”  Literature: Farmer 2004, Petryna 2002 
21.10.2005Rune Flikke  Friday 14:15 -16:00. Group 1: Room 150, Harriet Holters Hus. Group 2: Seminar room 551, ES.   Seminar: “Social structures and social suffering”  Objective: Present and discuss written assignments: Book review of Exposed Lives. Each group has one presentation and prepares one constructive critique of one presentation.

 

28.10.2005Rune Flikke  Friday 14:15 -16:00. Group 1: Room 150, Harriet Holters Hus. Group 2: Seminar room 551, ES.   Seminar: “Is the right to health a human right?”  Objective: First half of the seminar will be used to develop arguments for or against the position that the right to health is a human right. The second half will be used to present the arguments and to debate the issues. 
04.11.2005Rune Flikke   Friday 14:15 -16:00. Group 1: Room 150, Harriet Holters Hus. Group 2: Seminar room 551, ES.   Seminar: “Medical constructions, social realities”  Literature: Lock, M. 2001, Flikke 2003 Objective: Is to explore the connections between biomedicine and social processes. Do medicine describe or produce social realities and subjectivities?

 

11.11.2005Rune Flikke   Friday 14:15 -16:00. Group 1: Room 150, Harriet Holters Hus. Group 2: Seminar room 551, ES.   Lecture. ³Painful policies: The work of pain in social life."  After the break we will distribute the home exam and answer questions.

 

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