What seems to be the problem? Ethnographic approaches to studying health and wellbeing in context
Groningen Centre for Health and Humanities webinar
May 17, 16.00-17.00 h
After a successful series of webinars last year, the Groningen Centre for Health and Humanities offers a new programme this semester. This time, they are loosely organised around the theme of Health, Humanities and the Lab, whereby the lab refers to spaces of health research, including (linguistic) laboratories, as well as operating theatres, ateliers, living labs in ethnographic research and archaeological digs. Each webinar consists of a spoken column followed by discussion.
Today: Kim Knibbe, What seems to be the problem? Ethnographic approaches to studying health and wellbeing in context
For registration information see the University of Groningen website.