Gendering the Burden of Care: Health Reform in Western Belize

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By Beth U Medical Anthropology Quarterly just published my article with Siobhan Curran entitled "Gendering the Burden of Care: Health Reform and the Paradox of Community Participation in Western Belize." The article is based on a more comprehensive ethnographic study investigating health disparities and the privatization of health care in Western Belize utilizing participatory action rese...
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Dialogue with Susan Brin Hyatt

Susan Hyatt (second from right) with collaborators from the Eastside project
ENVISION is thrilled to post a dialogue with Susan Brin Hyatt, Associate Professor of Anthropology at Indiana University-Purdue University Indianapolis. As an urban anthropologist and former community organizer, Dr. Hyatt prioritizes participatory and community-based research methods. She is the founding Director of the Graduate Program for IUPUI’s MA in Applied Anthropology. Dr. Hyatt’s corpus of ethnographic work examines the gendered impact of neoliberal policies on grassroots activism in ...
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