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Psychological and Medical Anthropology: Political & Ethical Subjectivity

Political & Ethical Subjectivity

Note: Unless otherwise indicated, these books are available in the Geisel Library.  A few of the sources are available online--for those which indicate "UCSD only" please follow these instructions when accessing from off-campus.

Fanon, Frantz  (1952; English translation pub. 1967) Black Skin, White Masks.

Linger, Daniel (1993), “The hegemony of discontent,” American Ethnologist 20: 3-24.  Online access, UCSD only.

McClintock, Anne (1995), Imperial Leather: race, gender, and sexuality in the colonial conquest.  Online access, UCSD only.  Print copies also available in Geisel Library.

Parish, Steven M. (1994) Moral Knowing in a Hindu Sacred City. 

Parish, Steven M. (1996) Hierarchy and its discontents: culture and the politics of consciousness in caste society.

Robben, Antonius and Marcelo M. Suarez Orozco, eds.  (2000) Cultures under siege: collective violence and trauma.

Simon, Greg (2009) "The soul freed of cares? Islamic prayer, subjectivity, and the contradictions of moral selfhood in Minangkabau, Indonesia."  American Ethnologist 36(2):258-275

Stoler, Ann Laura (2002) Carnal knowledge and imperial power: race and the intimate in colonial rule.