When Wounds Travel: Ecologies of War and Healthcare East of the Mediterranean
A presentation from 2022–2023 Hrdy Fellow Omar Dewachi
Trained in medicine and anthropology, Dewachi works at the intersections of global health, history of medicine, and political anthropology. At Radcliffe, he will conduct a critical historical and ethnographic exploration of the biopolitical unravelings following the 2003 US-led invasion of Iraq and its reverberations across the region, focusing on the individual, collective, and institutional struggles to cope with, and care for, war-related afflictions.
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