Emeritus Professor Annemiek Richters | From gifted loner to academic pioneer
Eylard van Hall
For Annemiek | Some history, a tribute and a personal note
A Dutch view of medical anthropology | Criticisms and suggestions
TRAVELS IN SEARCH OF (RE)CONNECTION
Age and high risk pregnancies | To what extent is knowing a contributor to medicalisation and suffering?
A family | The whole is greater than the sum of its parts
Partner choice, arranged and forced marriages | Perspective of young people and their parents in the Dutch multicultural society
Tale of Bosnia | What does it mean to live in Bosnia & Herzegovina? Live in a lie or illusion?
Sociotherapy in the great lakes region of Africa | Group reflections and lessons learned from blocked social patterns in Congolese and Rwandan communities
The cultural interview | Connecting people?
Rob van Dijk
Loneliness and distress in old age | A note from Ghana
Sjaak van der Geest
Paternalism, gender and violence on wine farms | The Western Cape, South Africa in the early 1990’s
Seven years in Babel | Anthropological encounters in psychiatry
‘Marriage is not a Boubou’ | The dark side of social capital
On death and family and anthropology
Asylum seekers facing indifference and inhumanity in the Netherlands
Sander Kramer & Ferko Ory
HIV sero-discordant couples and social capital in the great lakes region | Reflections on a theoretical framework
Anke van der Kwaak, Hermen Ormel, Rose Olayo & Betty Kwagala
Peer rejection in adolescence
Riny van Melzen
Socio-cultural inequities in health research | What does the intersectionality framework offer?
Janneke van Mens-Verhulst & Lorraine Radtke
Understanding the stigma of childlessness through the meaning of ‘mandatory motherhood’
Travelling interventions and post-conflict societies | Doing sociotherapy in Rwanda
Emmanuel Ngendahayo & Theoneste Rutayisire
‘In Peru nobody dies of hunger’ | Weight loss and food practices among Peruvian domestic workers in Chile
Lorena Nunez C. & Dany Holper
The asylum request and the medical evidence
Amoebiasis – what’s the problem?
Depressive devitalisation and pervasive refusal syndrome | New child idioms of distress?
The power of blood
Friendship (and healing) in the ‘intersubjectivity of silence’ | A case illustration
Listening to women in the Congo | ‘Sharing being human’
‘We are now married with the UNHCR’ | Domestic violence in the context of refugee camps
Sorrow and hope among people with a life-threatening illness and those closest to them
Competing loyalties | The case of female genital mutilation
Erick Vloeberghs & Monica van Berkum, Pharos
Trauma dreams and reconnection
The human rights discourse and disempowerment of indigenous migrant men in Mexico
Joan van Wijk
About the authors
List of financial contributors