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Published November, 2016
By Ralph Snyderman
Publisher: Duke University Press
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Former Chancellor of the Duke University Medical Center Dr. Ralph Snyderman reflects on his key role in instituting a series of changes that led the medical center to be internationally known for its academic medicine, initiatives in clinical research, genetics, and neurosciences, and the development of new health care models.

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Published June, 2016
By Erin Manning
Publisher: Duke University Press
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In this wide-ranging and probing book Erin Manning develops the concept of the minor gesture to rethink common assumptions about human agency, the ways we experience the everyday world, and the possibilities for new political praxis.

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Published June, 2016
By Erin Manning
Publisher: Duke University Press
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In this wide-ranging and probing book Erin Manning develops the concept of the minor gesture to rethink common assumptions about human agency, the ways we experience the everyday world, and the possibilities for new political praxis.

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This gripping book narrates the efforts to identify a strange disease that killed thirty-eight people in a Venezuelan rainforest between 2007 and 2008 and sketches out systematic health inequities regarding the rights to produce and circulate knowledge about health throughout indigenous communities.

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This gripping book narrates the efforts to identify a strange disease that killed thirty-eight people in a Venezuelan rainforest between 2007 and 2008 and sketches out systematic health inequities regarding the rights to produce and circulate knowledge about health throughout indigenous communities.

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Published May, 2016
By Harris Solomon
Publisher: Duke University Press
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In Metabolic Living Harris Solomon studies obesity and diabetes in Mumbai, India, presenting a new narrative of metabolic illness in which it is less about the overconsumption of food than it is about the body's relationship to its environment and the substances it absorbs.

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Published May, 2016
By Harris Solomon
Publisher: Duke University Press
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In Metabolic Living Harris Solomon studies obesity and diabetes in Mumbai, India, presenting a new narrative of metabolic illness in which it is less about the overconsumption of food than it is about the body's relationship to its environment and the substances it absorbs.

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Published April, 2016
By Emilia Sanabria
Publisher: Duke University Press
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In "Plastic Bodies" Emilia Sanabria examines how women's use of sex hormones in Bahia, Brazil for menstrual suppression shapes social relations, having become central to contemporary understandings of the body, class, gender, sex, personhood, modernity, and Brazilian national identity.

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Published April, 2016
By Emilia Sanabria
Publisher: Duke University Press
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In "Plastic Bodies" Emilia Sanabria examines how women's use of sex hormones in Bahia, Brazil for menstrual suppression shapes social relations, having become central to contemporary understandings of the body, class, gender, sex, personhood, modernity, and Brazilian national identity.

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Published April, 2016
By Neel Ahuja
Publisher: Duke University Press
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In "Bioinsecurities" Neel Ahuja shows how twentieth-century U.S. imperial expansion was dependent on controlling the spread of disease through the transformation of humans, animals, bacteria, and viruses into living theaters of warfare and securitization."

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