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From the Fat of Our Souls: Social Change, Political Process and Medical Pluralism in Bolivia (Comparative Studies of Health Systems & Medicine) (Comparative Studies of Health Systems & Medical Care) Paperback – 15 Dec 1993


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"Crandon-Malamud uses the self-reflexive voice of the 'new ethnography' (but with greater political conviction and more humanity) in tandem with traditional empirical tools such as informant surveys. . . . Its most important message is that medicine "everywhere--not just in Kachitu--is a means to effect change, to represent and reconstruct the world in accordance with one's own vision."--Lynn M. Morgan, "Medical Anthropology Quarterly

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Libbet Crandon-Malamud is Associate Professor of Anthropology at Columbia University and Director of Gender Studies, University of Arkansas, Little Rock.

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