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Dr. Dominik Mattes

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SFB 1171 Affective Societies - Dynamics of social coexistence in mobile worlds

Research Associate (Prof. Dr. Hansjörg Dilger)

Project C03 at SFB Affective Societies: "The governance of religious diversity in Berlin. Affective dynamics of in- and exclusion in urban space."

Research and Teaching Interest

  • Medical Anthropology (especially HIV/AIDS and antiretroviral therapy)
  • Anthropology of Pharmaceuticals
  • Global Health
  • Critical Diversity
  • Anthropology of Religion (especially pentecoastal churches),
  • Anthropology of Emotions and Affect
  • Transnational Migration
  • Urban Anthropology


Regional Focus

  • Eastern Africa (Tanzania)
  • Germany (Berlin)


Education

June 2016

PhD in Social and Cultural Anthropology (summa cum laude), Department of Social and Political Sciences, Freie Universität Berlin

1999-2006

Studies of Social and Cultural Anthropology, Spanish Philology und Philosophy at the Albert-Ludwigs-Universität Freiburg and the University of Seville, Spain


Work Experience

Since 2019

Research associate (postdoc) in the project "The governance of religious diversity in Berlin. Affective dynamics of in- and exclusion in urban space." (Grant: Deutsche Forschungsgemeinschaft), SFB 1171 Affective Societies, Institute of Social and Cultural Anthropology, Freie Universität Berlin

2015-2019

Research associate (SFB 1171 Affective Societies, Freie Universität Berlin)

2013-2014

Research associate (Thematic Cluster Medical Anthropology) at the Institute of Social and Cultural Anthropology, Freie Universität Berlin

2008-2010

Research associate in the project „Antiretroviral therapy in Tanga, Tanzania“ (Supervisor: Prof. Dr. Hansjörg Dilger, Funding: Fritz-Thyssen-Stiftung), Institute of Social and Cultural Anthropology, Freie Universität Berlin

2011-2012

Research associate in the project „Antiretroviral therapy in Tanga, Tanzania“ (Supervisor: Prof. Dr. Hansjörg Dilger, Funding: Fritz-Thyssen-Stiftung), Institute of Social and Cultural Anthropology, Freie Universität Berlin

2007-2008

Project Management. German Redcross, Chapter Freiburg. Project „Flight and Health“(German Prevention Price 2007)


Memberships

  • Genshagener Kreis Berlin e.V. (seit 2020)

  • AG Public Anthropology in der Deutschen Gesellschaft für Sozial- und Kulturanthropologie e.V. (DGSKA e.V.) (seit 2020)

  • AG Psychological Anthropology in der DGSKA e.V. (seit 2015)

  • Medical Anthropology Young Scholars (European Association of Social Anthropologists, EASA) (seit 2010)

  • International Research Network on Religion, AIDS and Social Transformation in Africa (seit 2010)

  • DGSKA e.V. (seit 2009)

  • European Association of Social Anthropologists (EASA) (seit 2008)

  • Medical Anthropology Europe, EASA (seit 2008)

  • AG Medical Anthropology in der DGSKA e.V. (seit 2006)


Positions in Scientific Associations

  • Work group and regional group coordinator/ member of the advisory board and the extended board of DGSKA e.V. (2015-2019)

  • Speaker of AG Medical Anthropology, DGSKA e.V. (since 2014)

  • Chairman of Medical Anthropology Young Scholars (MAYS) (2012-2014)


Conferences I workshops/panels I work groups I summer schools

2021  Co-organisation of the conference “Radical health: Doing medicine, health care, and anthropology of the good”. AG Ethnologie und Medizin (AGEM), AG Medical Anthropology (DGSKA e.V.), Institut für Sozial- und Kulturanthropologie (Freie Universität Berlin), Freie Universität Berlin, 25.-27. Juni.

2019-2021  Organisation and leaderhip of the topical group “Diversity Affects" at the SFB Affective Societies, Freie Universität Berlin.

2019  “Without alternatives?! Challenging political-economic dogmas in the field of health and healing”. Workshop chair together with Claudia Lang. Workshop of the AG Medical Anthropology at the DGSKA-Tagung „Das Ende der Aushandlungen?“, Universität Konstanz, 1. Oktober.

2019  Co-organisation of the AG Medical Anthropology workshop “Exploring ecologies of mind in (mental) health. Ecopathologies and onto-politics of healing economies”, Freie Universität Berlin, 16.-17 Mai.

2018  Co-organisation of the workshop “Engaging the elsewhere: Affective politics and political aesthetics across Muslim and Christian life worlds”. SFB Affective Societies and Institut für Sozial- und Kulturanthropologie (Freie Universität Berlin), Freie Universität Berlin, 31. Mai-1. Juni.

2017  Co-organisation of the DGV conference „Zugehörigkeiten. Affektive, moralische und politische Praxen in einer vernetzten Welt“, Freie Universität Berlin, 4.-7. Oktober.

2017  Co-organisation of the plenary event “Moral cities: Religious belonging and cohabitation in urban spaces” (with contributions by Dominik Mattes/Omar Kasmani, Birgit Meyer and Werner Schiffauer) as part of the DGV conference „Zugehörigkeiten. Affektive, moralische und politische Praxen in einer vernetzten Welt“, Freie Universität Berlin, 5. Oktober.

2017  “Embodied belonging: In/exclusion, health care, and well-being in a world in motion”. Workshop chair together with Claudia Lang. Workshop of the AG Medical Anthropology as part of the DGV conference „Zugehörigkeiten. Affektive, moralische und politische Praxen in einer vernetzten Welt“, Freie Universität Berlin, 5. Oktober.

2017  Co-organisation of the AG Medical Anthropology workshop „Social Anthropology of ‘Well-Being’ – Prekäres Leben: Krieg, Flucht, Migration“, Universität Münster, 5.-6. Mai.

2017  Co-organisation of the trinational anniversary conference of medical anthropology (25 Jahre Medical Anthropology Switzerland in der Schweizerischen Ethnologischen Gesellschaft, 20 Jahre AG Medical Anthropology in der DGSKA e.V., 5 Jahre Wiener Dialoge der Medizinanthropologie) „Transfigurationen: medizin macht gesellschaft macht medizin“, Universität Basel, 17.-18. Februar.

2016-2017  Co-organisation and leadership of the thematic group “Belonging” at SFB Affective Societies, Freie Universität Berlin.

2016  Co-organisation of an internal AG Medical Anthropology planning workshop, Freie Universität Berlin, 20.-21. Mai.

2015  “The making and unmaking of ‘crises’ and ‘emergencies’ in global health”. Workshop chair together with Hansjörg Dilger. Workshop of the AG Medical Anthropology as part of the DGV conference „Krisen. Re-Formationen von Leben, Macht und Welt“, Pillipps-Universität Marburg, 2. Oktober.

2015  “How ‘global’ is Global Health? Mobility and (dis)connectivity in the Global Health enterprise”. Panel chair together with Hansjörg Dilger. Panel of the AG Medical Anthropology at the conference “MAGic2015. Anthropology and Global Health: interrogating theory, policy, and practice” (EASA Medical Anthropology Network und RAI Medical Anthropology Committee), University of Sussex, UK, 10. September.

2014  Co-organisation of the 5th Annual Medical Anthropology Young Scholars Meeting “Peer-to-peer Aid”, Freie Universität Berlin, 4.-5. Juli.

2014  “Anthropology and/in Public Health”. Workshop facilitated together with Nasima Selim, Denny Chakkalakal and Kelley Sams as part of the 5th Annual Medical Anthropology Young Scholars Meeting “Peer-to-Peer Aid”, Freie Universität Berlin, 5. Juli.

2013-2016  Co-organisation of the work group “Affective Epistemologies”, Institut für Sozial- und Kulturanthropologie, Freie Universität Berlin.

2013  Co-organisation of the International Summer School in Medical Anthropology “Well-Being at the Margins: Seeking Health in Stratified Landscapes of Medicine and Healing”, Freie Universität Berlin, 22.-27. Juli.

2013  Co-organisation of the 4th Annual Medical Anthropology Young Scholars Meeting “Impediments and Catalysts”. Universitat Rovira i Virgili, Tarragona, 10.-11. Juni.

2012  “The spaces between: subjectivity and emotions in the field”. Panel chair together with Susann Huschke. AG Medical Anthropology 15th Anniversary Conference “Beyond Boundaries: Interstices in Medical Anthropology”, Universität Wien, 1. Dezember.

2012  “Dealing with uncertainty: religious and/vs. biomedical responses to illness, health, and healing”. Panel chair together with Malgorzata Rajtar. EASA Konferenz “Uncertainty and Disquiet”, Universität Paris/Nanterre, 12. Juli.



Summer Semester 2021

„Introduction to the Anthropology of Religion with a focus on Islam", BA seminar
Institute of Social and Cultural Anthropology, Freie Universität Berlin (online)

Winter Semester 2020/2021

„Theories and Themes of Social and Cultural Anthropology“, BA seminar
Institute of Social and Cultural Anthropology, Freie Universität Berlin (online)

Winter Semester 2019/2020

„Introduction to the Anthropology of Religion“, MA seminar
Institute of Social and Cultural Anthropology, Freie Universität Berlin

Summer Semester 2019

“The Sacred and the City. Tracing Religion in Urban Space”, BA seminar (English course),
Institute of Social and Cultural Anthropology, Freie Universität Berlin

Winter Semester 2014/2015, 2017/2018, 2018/2019, 2019/2020, 2020/2021

Lecture „Medical Anthropology“ as part of the lecture series „Introduction to recent theories of Social and Cultural Anthropology" (MA) and „Introduction to Social and Cultural Anthropology“ (BA),
Institute of Social and Cultural Anthropology, Freie Universität Berlin

Winter Semester 2013/2014

„Social structure and economy“, BA seminar,
Institute of Social and Cultural Anthropology, Freie Universität Berlin

Summer Semester 2013

“Dimensions of Illness, Suffering, and Healing. An Introduction to Medical Anthropology”, MA seminar (English course),
Institute of Social and Cultural Anthropology, Freie Universität Berlin

Winter Semester 2010/2011

“Introduction to Medical Anthropology”, BA seminar (English course),
Institute of Social and Cultural Anthropology, Freie Universität Berlin

Doctoral Thesis

"The antiretroviral therapy in Tanga, Tanzania – Medicines and patients between global power structures and local agency" (financed through research associate position by Fritz Thyssen Stiftung), completed in June 2016.

Abstract of the doctoral research here.


Research

Since 2019

Ethnographic research for the project "The governance of religious diversity in Berlin. Affective dynamics of in- and exclusion in urban space" in Berlin (SFB 1171 Affective Societies, Freie Universität Berlin)

2016-2018

Ethnographic research for the project "Embodied emotions and affective belonging in the context of migration: Sufi centres and (new) pentecoastal churches in Berlin" in Berlin (SFB 1171 Affective Societies, Freie Universität Berlin)

2008-2011

Ethnographic research in Tanga, Tanzania

2002

Ethnographic research in Chiapas, Mexico


Funding

2019-2023

DFG. Project at SFB 1171 Affective Societies "The governance of religious diversity in Berlin. Affective dynamics of in- and exclusion in urban space" (Supervisor Prof. Dr. Hansjörg Dilger).

2015-2019

DFG. Project at SFB 1171 Affective Societies "Embodied emotions and affective belonging in the context of migration: Sufi centres and (new) pentecoastal churches in Berlin" (Supervisor Prof. Dr. Hansjörg Dilger). BAT IIa appointment (65%) and resources

2008-2012

Fritz Thyssen Foundation. Project „Antiretroviral therapy in Tanga, Tanzania“ (Supervisor Prof. Dr. Hansjörg Dilger). BAT IIa appointment (1/2) und resources

2002-2003

Scholarship for the European Union (ERASMUS Programm) for an academic year abroard at the Universidad de Sevilla


Books and Editorships

2021  (with C. Lang, ed.) Embodied belonging. In/exclusion, health care, and well-being in a world in motion. Special Issue, Culture, Medicine, and Psychiatry 45 (1).

2020  Co-initiation and editing of the “Witnessing Corona” series, pubslished on blogs „Medizinethnologie: Körper, Gesundheit und Heilung in einer globalisierten Welt“ (https://www.medizinethnologie.net/witnessing_corona/) and „boasblogs“ (https://boasblogs.org/witnessingcorona/).

2020  (with O. Kasmani, N. Selim and H. Dilger, eds.) Elsewhere affects: Politics of engagement across religious life-worlds. Special Issue, Religion and Society 11 (1).

2020  (with B. Hadolt and B. Obrist, eds.) Rethinking sociality and health through transfiguration. Special Section, Medicine, Anthropology, Theory 7 (1).

2019  Fierce Medicines, Fragile Socialities. Grounding Global HIV Treatment in Tanzania. New York, Oxford: Berghahn.

2018  (with H. Dilger, ed.) Im/mobility and dis/connectivity in medical globalization. How global is Global Health? Special Issue, Global Public Health 13 (3).

2017  (with H. Dilger) Medical technologies and infrastructure: Exploring im/mobility and dis/connectivity in “Global Health”. Thematic Thread, Allegralab. Anthropology, Law, Art, World. https://allegralaboratory.net/medical-technologies-and-infrastructure-exploring-immobility-and-disconnectivity-in-global-health-medtech/

2015  (with H. Dilger and S. Huschke, eds.) Ethics, epistemology, and engagement: Encountering values in medical anthropology. Special Issue, Medical Anthropology 34 (1).

Seit 2014  (with H. Dilger) co-editorship of the blog „Medizinethnologie: Körper, Gesundheit und Heilung in einer globalisierten Welt“: https://www.medizinethnologie.net

2006  Der Flamenco zwischen Tradition und Moderne. Sevilla: Ediciones Flamenco Sapiens.


Journal articles

Forthcoming:  "The crisis multiple. Divergent experiences of disruption and continuity among HIV self-support groups in northeastern Tanzania." In: Africa Today.

2021  (with C. Lang) "Embodied belonging. In/exclusion, health care, and well-being in a world in motion." In: Culture, Medicine, and Psychiatry 45 (1): 2-21. DOI: https://doi.org/10.1007/s11013-020-09693-3.

2020  "Politicizing elsewhere(s). Negotiating representations of neo-Pentecostal aesthetic practice in Berlin." In: Religion and Society 11 (1): 163-175.

2020  (with O. Kasmani, N. Selim and H. Dilger) "Introduction. Elsewhere affects and the politics of engagement across religious life-worlds." In: Religion and Society 11 (1): 92-104.

2020  (with B. Hadolt and B. Obrist) "Rethinking sociality and health through transfiguration." In: Medicine, Anthropology, Theory 7 (1):66-86.

2020  (with O. Kasmani) "Traversing fields: Affective continuities across Muslim and Christian settings in Berlin." In: Social Analysis 64 (1): 111-117.

2018  (with T. Stodulka and N. Selim) "Affective scholarship. Doing anthropology with epistemic affects." In: Ethos 46 (4): 519-536.

2018  (with H. Dilger) "Im/mobility and dis/connectivity in medical globalization. How global is Global Health?" In: Global Public Health 13 (3): 265-275.

2015 (with H. Dilger and S. Huschke) "Introduction. Ethics, epistemology, and engagement: Encountering values in medical anthropology." In: Medical Anthropology 34 (1): 1-10.

2014  "'Life is not a rehearsal, it’s a performance'. An ethnographic enquiry into the subjectivities of children and adolescents living with antiretroviral treatment in northeastern Tanzania." In: Children and Youth Services Review 45: 28-37.

2014  "Caught in transition: The struggle to live a ‘normal’ life with HIV in Tanzania." In: Medical Anthropology 33 (4): 270-287.

2012  "'I am also a human being!' Antiretroviral treatment in local moral worlds." In: Anthropology & Medicine 19 (1): 75-84.

2011  "'We are just supposed to be quiet': The production of adherence to antiretroviral treatment in urban Tanzania." In: Medical Anthropology 30 (2): 158-182.


Book chapters

Forthcoming:  (with O. Kasmani and H. Dilger) "Regieren religiöser Vielfalt: Chance für Verständigung oder selektives Einhegen von Differenz?" In: H. Dilger and M. Warstat (eds.) Umkämpfte Vielfalt. Affektive Dynamiken institutioneller Diversifizierung. Frankfurt a.M.: Campus.

2019  (with S. Dinkelaker) "Failing and attuning in the field." In: T. Stodulka, S. Dinkelaker und F. Thajib (eds.) Affective Dimensions of Fieldwork. New York: Springer, 227-231.

2019  (with O. Kasmani and H. Dilger) "‘All eyes closed’: Dis/Sensing in comparative fieldwork on affective-religious experiences." In: A. Kahl (ed.) Analyzing Affective Societies. Methods and Methodologies. London, New York: Routledge, 265-278.

2019  (with O. Kasmani, M. Acker and E. Heyken) "Belonging." In: C. von Scheve and J. Slaby (eds.) Affective Societies – Key Concepts. London, New York: Routledge, 300-309.

2018  (with H.Dilger and O. Kasmani) "Spatialities of belonging: Affective place-making among diasporic neo-Pentecostal and Sufi groups in Berlin’s cityscape." In: B. Röttger-Rössler and J. Slaby (eds.) Affect in Relation: Families, Places, Technologies. London, New York: Routledge, 93-114.

2015  "'I am also a human being!' Antiretroviral treatment in local moral worlds" (Reprint). In: E. Hsu and C. Potter (eds.) Medical Anthropology in Europe. Shaping the Field. Abingdon und New York: Routledge, 79-88.

2014  "The blood of Jesus and CD4 counts: Dreaming, developing, and navigating therapeutic options for curing HIV/AIDS in Tanzania." In: R. van Dijk, H- Dilger, M. Burchardt and T. Rasing (eds.) Saving Souls, Prolonging Lives. Religion and the Challenges of AIDS-Treatment in Africa. London: Ashgate, 169-195.

2004  (with G. Paglialonga) "Medizinische Versorgung." In: U. Köhler (ed.) Nueva Maravilla. Eine junge Siedlung im Kontext massiver indianischer Migration nach San Cristóbal de las Casas, Chiapas, Mexiko. Münster: LIT, 132-232.


Other publications

2017  (with H. Dilger) "Medical technologies and infrastructure: Exploring im/mobility and dis/connectivity in ‘Global Health’." Blog Medizinethnologie: Körper, Gesundheit und Heilung in einer globalisierten Welt and Blog Allegralab. Anthropology, Law, Art, World.

2015  (with H. Dilger and M. Knipper) "Die Welt zusammen/denken: Krisen, Lebenswelten und Handlungsspielräume – ein Jahr Blog Medizinethnologie." Blog Medizinethnologie: Körper, Gesundheit und Heilung in einer globalisierten Welt.

2014  (with M. Abdalla, A. König, C. Meier zu Biesen, U. Probst, B. Rutert, J. Schühle and N. Selim) Conference report on the 5th Annual Medical Anthropology Young Scholars Meeting, 4.-5. Juli 2014, Freie Universität Berlin. In: Medicine, Anthropology, Theory.

2013  (with H. Dilger, S. Huschke and C. Beaudevin) Report on the international summer school "Well-being at the margins: Seeking health in stratified landscapes of medicine and healing", Institut für Sozial- und Kulturanthropologie, Freie Universität Berlin, 22.-27. Juli 2013. In: Curare 36 (2013): 305-310.

2012  (with H. Dilger, S. Huschke and A. Wolf) "Medizin in globalen Feldern: Forschen und Studieren am Institut für Ethnologie in Berlin." In: Ethnoscripts 14 (2): 156-180.


Presentations

2020  "Witnessing Corona. Doing public medical anthropology in pandemic times”. Presentation with Hansjörg Dilger and Nasima Selim, Italian Association for Medical Anthropology, 30. Juni.

2019  "Religion und Zugehörigkeit im Migrationszusammenhang. Verortungen einer westafrikanischen Pfingstkirche in Berlin“. Presentation with Hansjörg Dilger at Berliner Akademie für weiterbildende Studien, 15. Mai.

2019  "From sentimental textualities to sensing bodies. Ethnographic explorations of religious diversity in Berlin”. Presentation given at the workshop “Affects, practices, media, and migration“ of the SFB Affective Societies (Freie Universität Berlin) and “Research Programme Cultural Transformations” (Aarhus University), Freie Universität Berlin, 29. April.

2018  “Ambivalent mobilizations of affect: Politicizing Pentecostal aesthetics in Berlin”. Presentation given at the workshop “Engaging the elsewhere: Affective politics and political aesthetics across Muslim and Christian life worlds” of SFB Affective Societies and Institut für Sozial- und Kulturanthropologie (Freie Universität Berlin), Freie Universität Berlin, 31. Mai.

2018  “All eyes closed. Affective dynamics of sensing and dis-sensing in fieldwork on religious rituals”. Lecture given with Omar Kasmani in the MA-course Sozial- und Kulturanthropologie, Freie Universität Berlin, 23. Januar.

2017  “Belonging in Berlin’s cityscape. Affective place-making among diasporic neo-Pentecostal and Sufi groups”. Plenary lecture given with Omar Kasmanias part of the DGV-Tagung „Zugehörigkeiten. Affektive, moralische und politische Praxen in einer vernetzten Welt“, Freie Universität Berlin, 5. Oktober.

2016  “That body will take your soul to hell!”. Neo-Pentecostal emotional regimes and West African migrants’ moral navigations within Berlin’s cityscape. Presentation given as part of the workshop “Transforming Emotion Cultures – Transdisciplinary Perspectives on Immigration and Conflict”, Tel Aviv University, 29. November.

2016  Sensational Arrangements. Affect and intercorporeality in two charismatic religious communities in Berlin. Presentation given with Omar Kasmani at the international workshop “Inside Out: Affect(s) in Multi-Religious Secular Societies” by SFB Affective Societies (Freie Universität Berlin), Freie Universität Berlin, 5. November.

2016  Spatialities of belonging: Diasporic religious communities in Berlin's Cityscape. Presentation given with Hansjörg Dilger and Omar Kasmani as the international conference “Affective Relationality” by SFB Affective Societies (Freie Universität Berlin), Freie Universität Berlin, 21. April.

2013  Coming of age with HIV: an enquiry into the subjective experiences of children and adolescents living with antiretroviral treatment in northeastern Tanzania. Presentation at the International Summer School in Medical Anthropology “Well-Being at the Margins: Seeking Health in Stratified Landscapes of Medicine and Healing”, Freie Universität Berlin, 23. Juli.

2013  Daily encounters in ‘enclaves of abundance’: An inquiry into the management of HIV mass treatment in Tanzanian health facilities. Presentation given at SMA/EASA/URV Joint Conference “Encounters and Engagements: Creating New Agendas for Medical Anthropology”, Universitat Rovira i Virgili, Tarragona, 14. Juni.

2013  “Life is not a rehearsal, it’s a performance!”. An ethnographic enquiry into the subjectivities of children and adolescents living with antiretroviral treatment in northeastern Tanzania. Presentation at the conference “Growing Up With HIV in Sub-Saharan Africa”, des Institute of Social Psychology, London School of Economics, 25. März.

2012  The blood of Jesus and CD4 counts: dreaming, developing and navigating therapeutic options for curing HIV/AIDS in Tanzania. Presentation at the EASA conference “Uncertainty and Disquiet“, Universität Paris/Nanterre, 12. Juli.

2012  “It’s a disease like any other disease, alright guys?”. ‘Normalcy’, ‘chronicity’, and antiretroviral treatment in northeastern Tanzania”. Presentation at the Swiss Tropen- und Public Health-Institut, Basel, 3. Mai.

2012  Involvement, doubt, dismay, depletion. Vignettes of the praxis of HIV/AIDS research in Tanzania. Lecture at the ethnological colloquium, Ethnologisches Seminar, Universität Basel, 2. Mai.

2012  Involvement, doubt, dismay, depletion. Vignettes of the praxis of HIV/AIDS research in Tanzania. Presentation at the colloquium of the Institut für Sozial- und Kulturanthropologie, Freie Universität Berlin, 13. Februar.

2011  “Just like buying sweets at the store?” Antiretroviral treatment and the ambiguity of normalcy in urban Tanzania. Presentation at the American Anthropological Association Konferenz “Traces, Tidemarks and Legacies“, Montreal, 18. November.

2010  The limits of pharmaceutical subjectification. Providing and living with antiretroviral treatments in urban Tanzania. Vortrag gehalten im Rahmen der Berlin Roundtables “Health Politics in an Interconnected World” der Irmgard Coninx Stiftung, Berlin, 3. Dezember.

2010  The limits of pharmaceutical subjectification. Providing and living with antiretroviral treatments in urban Tanzania. Presentation at the American Anthropological Association Konferenz “Circulation”, New Orleans, 19. November.

2010  Of docile bodies and problematic persons: providing and living with antiretroviral medicines in urban Tanzania. Presentation at the EASA conference “Crisis and Imagination”, Maynooth, Irland, 27. August.

2010  “One class is not enough for Edna!” The ambivalent production of patient adherence to antiretroviral treatment in urban Tanzania. Presentation at the conference “Medical Anthropology in Europe: Shaping the Field” of the Royal Anthropological Institute of Great Britain, St. Anthony’s College, University of Oxford, 2. Juli.

2010  Of docile bodies and problematic persons. Presentation given at the workshop „Aktuelle Forschungen der AG Medical Anthropology” of the AG Medical Anthropology, Freie Universität Berlin, 18. Juni.

2010  “No matter if you’re sick in bed or crying at a burial – take your ARVs!”. The ambivalent production of patient adherence to antiretroviral treatment in urban Tanzania. Presentation at the 1. StudMedAnth (EASA Medical Anthropology Network) meeting, Freie Universität Berlin, 12. Februar.

2009  Continuity and change in the course of ART roll-out in Tanzania. Preliminary research results from anthropological fieldwork in Tanga, Tanzania. Presentation at the international symposium “Prolonging Life, Challenging Religion? ARVs, New Moralities and the Politics of Social Justice” des Justo Mwale Theological University College, Lusaka, Sambia, 16. April.




BGSMCS
Berlin Southern Theory Lecture