On Listening as a Form of Care
Combining first-person narration, philosophical reflections, and advocacy, this publication, edited and introduced by Aaron Levy, features conversations with anthropologists and ethnographers Lisa Stevenson, João Biehl, and Kristen Ghodsee and offers a toolkit of strategies for listening as a form of care. The contributors teach us to foreground the lives of ordinary people within a rapidly changing political and institutional landscape, and afford us opportunities to explore and reimagine health in relation to frameworks such as political economy, medicalization, human rights, and justice.
Published by Slought, the Health Ecologies Lab, and the Penn School of Social Policy & Practice
978-1-936994-07-6 (Paperback ISBN) | 978-1-936994-08-3 (eBook ISBN)