ANNOUNCING A NEW SERIES
MEDICAL ANTHROPOLOGY: HEALTH, INEQUALITY, AND SOCIAL JUSTICE
Lenore Manderson, Distinguished Professor of Public Health and Medical Anthropology, University of the Witwatersrand, Johannesburg, South Africa, firstname.lastname@example.org
Books in the Medical Anthropology series are concerned with social patterns of and social responses to ill health, disease, and suffering, and how social exclusion and social justice shape health and healing outcomes. The series is designed to reflect the diversity of contemporary medical anthropological research and writing, and will offer scholars a forum to publish work that showcases the theoretical sophistication, methodological soundness, and ethnographic richness of the field.
Books in the series may include studies on the organization and movement of peoples, technologies, and treatments, how inequalities pattern access to these, and how individuals, communities and states respond to various assaults on wellbeing, including from illness, disaster, and violence.
To submit a proposal for a new book to be considered for the series, please contact: Kimberly Guinta, Executive Editor
Rutgers University Press
Please consult our website for submission guidelines: Submission guidelines: http://tinyurl.com/p34v95p