The Conflict, Resilience, and Health Program is an interdisciplinary group that works to build resilience and health in communities afflicted by armed conflict or structural violence. Led by Professor Catherine Panter-Brick, this program engages with academics, practitioners, and policy makers to promote innovations in global health research and to evaluate resilience-building interventions.
Jackson professor publishes new volume on medical humanitarianism
Jackson faculty member Catherine Panter-Brick, professor of anthropology, health, and global affairs, is the co-editor of the newly released book, “Medical Humanitarianism: Ethnographies of Practice” (2015) along with Sharon Abramowitz. more…
Colloquium on Violence, Intervention and Agency