Книги на рецензию

Тематический список возможных книг для рецензирования

Прокреация и семья

  1. Maffi, I. (2020). Abortion in Post-revolutionary Tunisia: Politics, Medicine and Morality (Vol. 46). Berghahn Books. 218 pp
  2. Merchant, J. (Ed.). (2019). Access to Assisted Reproductive Technologies: The Case of France and Belgium (Vol. 43). Berghahn Books. 242 pp.
  3. Cohen, D. S., & Joffe, C. (2020). Obstacle course: the everyday struggle to get an abortion in America. University of California Press. 296 pp.
  4. Klitzman, R. (2019). Designing babies: How technology is changing the ways we create children. Oxford University Press, USA.
  5. González-Santos, S. P. (2019). A Portrait of Assisted Reproduction in Mexico: Scientific, Political, and Cultural Interactions. Palgrave Macmillan. 316pp
  6. Kasstan, B. (2019). Making bodies kosher: The politics of reproduction among Haredi Jews in England (Vol. 42). Berghahn Books. 272 pp.
  7. Heller, A. (2018). Fistula politics: birthing injuries and the quest for continence in Niger. Rutgers University Press. 250 pp.
  8. Hertz, R., & Nelson, M. K. (2018). Random families: Genetic strangers, sperm donor siblings, and the creation of new kin. Oxford University Press. 296 pp
  9. Latchford, F. J. (2019). Steeped in blood: Adoption, identity, and the meaning of family. McGill-Queen's Press-MQUP. 416pp
  10. Kline, W. (2019). Coming home: How midwives changed birth. Oxford University Press, USA. 256 pp
  11. Baldwin, K. (2019). Egg freezing, fertility and reproductive choice: Negotiating responsibility, hope and modern motherhood. Emerald Group Publishing. 224 pp.
  12. Tober, D. (2018). Romancing the Sperm: Shifting Biopolitics and the Making of Modern Families. Rutgers University Press. 240 pp.
  13. Sasser, J. S. (2018). On infertile ground: population control and women's rights in the era of climate change. NYU Press. 189 pp.
  14. Kroløkke, C. (2018). Global Fluids: The Cultural Politics of Reproductive Waste and Value (Vol. 39). Berghahn Books. 206 pp.
  15. Mohr, S. (2018). Being a sperm donor: Masculinity, sexuality, and biosociality in Denmark (Vol. 40). Berghahn Books. 198 pp.
  16. Vega, R. A. (2018). No alternative: Childbirth, citizenship, and indigenous culture in Mexico. University of Texas Press. 238 pp.
  17. Wilson, K. J. (2018). Others' Milk: The Potential of Exceptional Breastfeeding. Rutgers University Press. 296 pp.
  18. Wahlberg, A. (2018). Good quality: The routinization of sperm banking in China. Univ of California Press. 248 pages.
  19. Van der Sijpt, E. (2018). Wasted wombs: navigating reproductive interruptions in Cameroon. Vanderbilt University Press. 280 pp.
  20. Saravanan, S. (2018). A transnational feminist view of surrogacy biomarkets in India. Singapore: Springer. 183 pp.
  21. Chadwick, R. (2018). Bodies that birth: Vitalizing birth politics. 225pp
  22. Dowling, S., & Pontin, D. (Eds.). (2018). Social Experiences of Breastfeeding: Building Bridges Between Research, Policy and Practice. Policy Press. 280pp.
  23. Mitra, S., Schicktanz, S., & Patel, T. (2018). Cross-cultural comparisons on surrogacy and egg donation (pp. 371-390). Palgrave Macmillan. 399pp
  24. Wilson, K. J. (2018). Others' Milk: The Potential of Exceptional Breastfeeding. Rutgers University Press. 286 pp
  25. Goodwin, M. H., & Cekaite, A. (2018). Embodied family choreography: Practices of control, care, and mundane creativity. 289 pp.
  26. Wahlberg and T. Gammeltoft (2018). Selective reproduction in the 21st century. Palgrave Macmillan.198pp
  27. Löwy, I. (2018). Tangled diagnoses: Prenatal testing, women, and risk. University of Chicago Press.319 pp.
  28. Waggoner, M. R. (2017). The zero trimester: Pre-pregnancy care and the politics of reproductive risk. Univ of California Press. 280 pp.
  29. Löwy, I. (2017). Imperfect pregnancies: A history of birth defects and prenatal diagnosis. JHU Press.
  30. Kreager, P., & Bochow, A. (Eds.). (2017). Fertility, Conjuncture, Difference: Anthropological Approaches to the Heterogeneity of Modern Fertility Declines (Vol. 36). Berghahn Books. 358pp

Психологическая антропология, психическое здоровье, психиатрия

  1. Ng, E. (2020). A Time of Lost Gods: Mediumship, Madness, and the Ghost After Mao. University of California Press. 224 pp.
  2. Earp, B. D., & Savulescu, J. (2020). Love is the Drug: The Chemical Future of Our Relationships. Manchester University Press.
  3. Pinto, S. (2019). The Doctor and Mrs. A.: Ethics and Counter-Ethics in an Indian Dream Analysis. Fordham University Press. 256 pр.
  4. Kilroy-Marac, K. (2019). An Impossible Inheritance: Postcolonial Psychiatry and the Work of Memory in a West African Clinic. Univ of California Press. 269 рр.
  5. Rose, N. (2019.) Our Psychiatric Future. The Politics of Mental Health. Polity Press. 269 pp.
  6. Carroll, J. J. (2019). Narkomania: Drugs, HIV, and citizenship in Ukraine. Cornell University Press. 252 pp.
  7. Pollock, A. (2019). Synthesizing hope: Matter, knowledge, and place in South African drug discovery. University of Chicago Press. 191 pp.
  8. Hatch, A. R. (2019). Silent cells: The secret drugging of captive America. U of Minnesota Press. 185pp
  9. Doroshow, D. B. (2019). Emotionally Disturbed: A History of Caring for America's Troubled Children. University of Chicago Press. 335 pp
  10. Cassaniti, J. L. (2018). Remembering the present: mindfulness in Buddhist Asia. Cornell University Press. 318 pp.
  11. Reyes-Foster, B. M. (2018). Psychiatric Encounters: Madness and Modernity in Yucatan, Mexico. Rutgers University Press. 197 pp.
  12. Nelson, N. C. (2018). Model behavior: Animal experiments, complexity, and the genetics of psychiatric disorders. University of Chicago Press. 255 pp
  13. Matza, T. (2018). Shock therapy: Psychology, precarity, and well-being in postsocialist Russia. Duke University Press. 305 pp.
  14. Pandolfo, S. (2018). Knot of the soul: madness, psychoanalysis, Islam. University of Chicago Press. 384 p
  15. Oram, M. (2018). The trials of psychedelic therapy: LSD psychotherapy in America. JHU Press.
  16. Brossard, B. (2018). Why do we hurt ourselves?: Understanding self-harm in social life. Indiana University Press. 190 pp
  17. Engdahl, E. (2017). Depressive Love: A Social Pathology (pp. 99-120). 122pp.
  18. Madsen, O. J. (2018). The psychologization of society: on the unfolding of the therapeutic in Norway. 166pp.
  19. Browne, T. K. (2018). Depression and the self: Meaning, control and authenticity. Cambridge University Press.
  20. Authoring Autism: On Rhetoric and Neurological Queernessby Melanie Yergeau, Durham and London: Duke University Press, 2018
  21. Yergeau, M. (2018). Authoring autism: On Rhetoric and Neurological Queerness . Duke University Press.
  22. Borda-Niño-Wildman, C. (2017). The Medicalisation of Incest and Abuse: Biomedical and Indigenous Perceptions in Rural Bolivia. Taylor & Francis. 277 pp. ISBN: 978-1-138-62814-4
  23. Borda-Niño-Wildman, C. (2017). The Medicalisation of Incest and Abuse: Biomedical and Indigenous Perceptions in Rural Bolivia. Taylor & Francis. 326 pp.
  24. Defenbaugh, N., Desnoyers-Colas, E. F., Ellingson, L., Gilchrist-Petty, E., Glenn, C. L., Gatison, A. M., ... & Thyberg, H. (2017). Reifying Women's Experiences with Invisible Illness: Illusions, Delusions, Reality. Lexington Books.
  25. Yang, J. (2017). Mental health in China: change, tradition, and therapeutic governance. John Wiley & Sons.
  26. Clare, E. (2017). Brilliant imperfection: Grappling with cure. Duke University Press. 218pp.
  27. Raikhel, E. (2016). Governing Habits: treating alcoholism in the post-Soviet clinic. Cornell University Press. 231 pp.
  28. Behrouzan, O. (2020). Prozak Diaries. Stanford University Press. 328 pp.


  1. Mattes, D. (2019). Fierce Medicines, Fragile Socialities: Grounding Global HIV Treatment in Tanzania (Vol. 18). Berghahn Books. 436 pp.
  2. Block, E., & McGrath, W. (2019). Infected kin: orphan care and AIDS in Lesotho. Rutgers University Press. 246 pp.
  3. Heckert, C. (2018). Fault lines of care: Gender, HIV, and global health in Bolivia. Rutgers University Press.187 pp.
  4. Hoppe, T. (2017). Punishing disease: HIV and the criminalization of sickness. Univ of California Press.
  5. Sprague, C. (2018). Gender and HIV in South Africa: Advancing women’s health and capabilities. London: Palgrave Macmillan. 404 pp.

Инфекционные болезни, вакцинация

  1. Conis, E. (2021). Vaccine nation: America's Changing Relationship with Immunization. University of Chicago Press. 361 рр
  2. Keck, F. (2020). Avian reservoirs: virus hunters and birdwatchers in Chinese sentinel posts. Duke University Press. 245 pp
  3. Moran-Thomas, A. (2019). Traveling with sugar: chronicles of a global epidemic. University of California Press. 384 pp.
  4. Hausman, B. L. (2019). Anti/Vax: Reframing the vaccination controversy. Ilr Press. 275pp
  5. Brazelton, M. A. (2019). Mass vaccination: Citizens' bodies and state power in modern China. Cornell University Press. 258 pp.
  6. Holmberg, C., Blume, S., & Greenough, P. (2017). The politics of vaccination: A global history. Manchester University Press. 360 pp
  7. Reich, J. A. (2016). Calling the shots: Why Parents Reject Vaccines. New York University Press. 336 рр.

Гериатрия и демография

  1. Buch, E. (2019). Old & Sick in America: The Journey through the Health Care System. Muriel R. Gillick, Chapel Hill: University of North Carolina Press, 2017, 300 pp.
  2. Buch, E. D. (2018). Inequalities of aging: Paradoxes of independence in American home care (Vol. 5). NYU Press. 288 pp.
  3. Sivaramakrishnan, K. S. (2018). As the world ages: Rethinking a demographic crisis. Harvard University Press. 320 pp.


  1. Nielsen, E. (2019). Disrupting Breast Cancer Narratives. University of Toronto Press. 184 pp
  2. S Scheffler, R. W. (2019). A contagious cause: the American hunt for cancer viruses and the rise of molecular medicine. University of Chicago Press. 379 pp.
  3. Gottlieb, S. D. (2018). Not Quite a Cancer Vaccine: Selling HPV and Cervical Cancer. Rutgers University Press. 200 pp.
  4. Cutter, M. A. G. (2018). Thinking Through Breast Cancer: A Philosophical Exploration of Diagnosis, Treatment, and Survival. Oxford University Press. 223 pp
  5. Blanchard, A., & Strand, R. (2017). Cancer biomarkers: Ethics, economics and society. Kokstad: Megaloceros Press. 149pp


  1. Glannon, W. (2018). Psychiatric neuroethics: Studies in research and practice. Oxford University Press. 408 pp
  2. Schramme, T. (2018). Theories of health justice: Just enough health. Rowman & Littlefield. 147 pp
  3. Janzen, J. M. (2019). Health in a Fragile State: Science, Sorcery, and Spirit in the Lower Congo. University of Wisconsin Press. 288 pp.
  4. Balboni, M., & Peteet, J. (Eds.). (2017). Spirituality and religion within the culture of medicine: From evidence to practice. Oxford University Press. 419 pp


  1. Aizura, A. Z. (2018). Mobile subjects: Transnational imaginaries of gender reassignment. Duke University Press. 282 pp.
  2. Anderson, R. T. (2018). When Harry became Sally: Responding to the transgender moment. Encounter Books.

Фармацевтика и здравоохранение

  1. Carsten, J. (2019). Blood Work: Life and Laboratories in Penang. Duke University Press. 256 pp.
  2. Monnais, L. (2019). The Colonial Life of Pharmaceuticals: Medicines and Modernity in Vietnam. Cambridge University Press. 280 pp.
  3. Schirripa, P. (2019). Competing Orders of Medical Care in Ethiopia: From Traditional Healers to Pharmaceutical Companies. Rowman & Littlefield. 138 pp.
  4. Cooper, A. (2019). State of health: pleasure and politics in Venezuelan health care under Chávez. University of California Press. 216 pp.
  5. Sismondo, S. (2018). Ghost-managed medicine: Big pharma's invisible hands. Mattering Press. 231 pp.
  6. Vindrola-Padros, C., Johnson, G. A., & Pfister, A. E. (Eds.). (2018). Healthcare in motion: Immobilities in health service delivery and access (Vol. 5). Berghahn Books. pp. 231
  7. Hofer, T. (2018). Medicine and Memory in Tibet: Amchi Physicians in an Age of Reform (p. 308). University of Washington Press. 286 pp.
  8. Smith, A. A. (2018). Capturing Quicksilver: The Position, Power, and Plasticity of Chinese Medicine in Singapore (Vol. 17). Berghahn Books. 308 pp.
  9. Brosnan, C., Vuolanto, P., & Danell, J. A. B. (Eds.). (2018). Complementary and alternative medicine: Knowledge production and social transformation. 337pp.
  10. Scambler, G. (2018). Sociology, health and the fractured society: A critical realist account. 208 pp.
  11. Waitzkin, H. (Ed.). (2018). Health care under the knife: Moving beyond capitalism for our health. NYU Press. 336 pp.
  12. Dimond, R., & Stephens, N. (2018). Legalising mitochondrial donation: enacting ethical futures in UK biomedical politics. 147pp
  13. Palfrey, C. (2018). The Future for Health Promotion. Policy Press. 224 pp.
  14. Prainsack, B. (2017). Personalized medicine: empowered patients in the 21st century? (Vol. 7). NYU Press. 288 pp.
  15. Brinkmann, S. (2017). Stand firm: Resisting the self-improvement craze. John Wiley & Sons. 138pp.
  16. Stroeken, K., Wendland, C., Kleinman, A., Janzen, J. M., Rasmussen, S. J., Langwick, S. A., ... & Kennell, J. L. (2017). African medical pluralism. Indiana University Press.
  17. Bonner, A. (Ed.). (2017). Social determinants of health: An interdisciplinary approach to social inequality and wellbeing. Policy Press.
  18. McKay, R. (2017). Medicine in the meantime: the work of care in Mozambique. Duke University Press. 256 pp.


  1. OLUWAKEMI, M. B. (2019). BEAUTY DIPLOMACY: Embodying an Emerging Nation. STANFORD University Press. 304pp
  2. Blum, V. (2020). BEAUTYSCAPES Mapping cosmetic surgery tourism.
  3. UK: Manchester University Press.
  4. Plemons, E. (2017). The look of a woman. Duke University Press. 2017. 208 pp


  1. Meilaender, G. (2020). Bioethics: A primer for Christians. Wm. B. Eerdmans Publishing. 172 pp.
  2. Rhodes, R. (2020). The trusted doctor: Medical ethics and professionalism. Oxford University Press.
  3. Van Daele, W. (2020). Research as Development: Biomedical Research, Ethics, and Collaboration in Sri Lanka, Salla Sariola, and Bob Simpson, Ithaca, NY: Cornell University Press, 2019, 209 pp.
  4. Anomaly, J. (2020). Creating future people: The ethics of genetic enhancement. routledge. 110 pp.
  5. Sperling, D. (2019). Suicide tourism: understanding the legal, philosophical, and socio-political dimensions. Oxford University Press. 188pp.
  6. Molloy, C. (2019). Rhetorical Ethos in Health and Medicine: Patient Credibility, Stigma, and Misdiagnosis.
  7. Rogerson, J. J. (2019). Privileges of Birth: Constellations of Care, Myth, and Race in South Africa (Vol. 44). Berghahn Books. 200 pp.
  8. Baylis, F. (2019). Altered inheritance: CRISPR and the ethics of human genome editing. Harvard University Press.
  9. McMahan, J. (2019). Saving People from the Harm of Death. Oxford University Press. 284 pp.
  10. Lynch, J. A. (2019). The Origins of Bioethics: Remembering When Medicine Went Wrong. MSU Press. 228pp.
  11. Navon, D. (2019). Mobilizing Mutations: Human Genetics in the Age of Patient Advocacy. University of Chicago Press. 396 pp.
  12. Sharp, L. A. (2018). Animal Ethos: The morality of human-animal encounters in experimental lab science. Univ of California Press. 312 pp
  13. Scher, S., and K. Kozlowska (2018) Rethinking health care ethics. Singapore: Palgrave Macmillan. Available open access at https://www.palgrave.com/us/book/9789811308291
  14. McMillan, J. (2018). The methods of bioethics: An essay in meta-bioethics. Oxford University Press. 256 pp
  15. Schoenhals, M. (2018). Work, Love, and Learning in Utopia: Equality Reimagined.
  16. Fourie, C., & Rid, A. (Eds.). (2017). What is enough?: Sufficiency, justice, and health. Oxford University Press.


  1. Sperling, D. (2019). Suicide tourism: understanding the legal, philosophical, and socio-political dimensions. Oxford University Press. 188pp.
  2. Eastwood, G. L. (2019). Finishing our story: Preparing for the end of life. Oxford University Press. 140 pp
  3. Mary Ann G. Cutter (ed) (2019) Death: a reader. University of Notre Dame Press. 314 pp
  4. McMahan, J. (2019). Saving People from the Harm of Death. Oxford University Press. 284 pp.
  5. Stage, C., & Hougaard, T. T. (2018). The language of illness and death on social media: An affective approach. Emerald Group Publishing. 135pp
  6. Durnová, A. (2018). The politics of intimacy: Rethinking the end-of-life controversy. University of Michigan Press.
  7. Davies, J. (2017). Living Before Dying: Imagining and Remembering Home (Vol. 41). Berghahn Books. 172 pp
  8. Chatterjee, S. C., & Sengupta, J. (2017). Death and Dying in India: Ageing and End-of-life Care of the Elderly (Vol. 119). Taylor & Francis. 162 pp.
  9. Perkins, H. S. (2016). A guide to psychosocial and spiritual care at the end of life. New York: Springer.

Цифра и постгуманизм

  1. Dennis, F. (2019). Injecting Bodies in More-than-Human Worlds: ediating Drug-Body-World Relations. 248pp
  2. Maturo, A., & Moretti, V. (2018). Digital health and the gamification of life: How apps can promote a positive medicalization. Emerald Group Publishing. 176 pp
  3. MacKellar, C. (2017). Cyborg Mind: What Brain–Computer and Mind–Cyberspace Interfaces Mean for Cyberneuroethics. Berghahn Books. 262pp.

Эндокринология и кардиометаболические болезни

  1. Mendenhall, E. (2019). Rethinking diabetes: Entanglements with trauma, poverty, and HIV. Cornell University Press. 240 pp.
  2. Jordan-Young, R. M., & Karkazis, K. (2019). Testosterone: An unauthorized biography. Harvard University Press. 289 pp.
  3. Weaver, L. J. (2018). Sugar and tension: Diabetes and gender in modern India. Rutgers University Press. 202 pp.
  4. Hardin, J. (2018). Faith and the pursuit of health: Cardiometabolic disorders in Samoa. Rutgers University Press. 214 pp.
  5. Hatch, A. R. (2016). Blood sugar: racial pharmacology and food justice in Black America. U of Minnesota Press. 184 pp.
  6. Solomon, H. (2016). Metabolic living: food, fat, and the absorption of illness in India. Duke University Press.


  1. Garnett, E., Reynolds, J., & Milton, S. (Eds.). (2018). Ethnographies and Health: Reflections on Empirical and Methodological Entanglements. 275pp
  2. Lupton, D. (2017). Digital health: critical and cross-disciplinary perspectives. 170pp
  3. Lynch, R., & Farrington, C. (2018). Quantified lives and vital data: Exploring Health and Technology Through Personal Medical Devices. Palgrave Macmillan. 298pp.


  1. Aciksoz, S. C. (2019). Sacrificial limbs: masculinity, disability, and political violence in Turkey. University of California Press. 272 pp.
  2. Thomas, G. M., & Sakellariou, D. (Eds.). (2018). Disability, Normalcy, and the Everyday. 210 pp
  3. Liddiard, K. (2017). The intimate lives of disabled people. 217 pp.
  4. Puar, J. K. (2017). The right to maim: Debility, Capacity, Disability. Duke University Press.


  1. Blank H. (2020) Fat. Bloomsbury Academic.
  2. Forth, C. E. (2019). Fat: A Cultural History of the Stuff of Life. Reaktion Books. 368 pp.
  3. Brewis, A., & Wutich, A. (2019). Lazy, crazy, and disgusting: Stigma and the undoing of global health. Johns Hopkins University Press. 270 pp.
  4. Mitchinson, W. (2018). Fighting Fat: Canada, 1920-1980. University of Toronto Press.
  5. Blevins, J. R. (2017). Limited by Body Habitus: An American Fat Story. Autumn House Press.


  1. Garth, H. (2020). Food in Cuba: the pursuit of a decent meal. Stanford University Press. 214 pp.
  2. Qureshi, K. (2019). Chronic illness in a Pakistani labour diaspora. Staempfli/Carolina Academic Press/Bruylant. 271pp.
  3. McConnell, B. B. (2019). Music, health, and power: singing the unsayable in The Gambia. 2020, 176 pp.
  4. Reese, A. M. (2019). Black food geographies: Race, self-reliance, and food access in Washington, DC. UNC Press Books. 183 pp.
  5. Kierans, C. (2019). Chronic Failures: Kidneys, Regimes of Care, and the Mexican State. Rutgers University Press. 178 pp.
  6. Bates, C. (2018). Vital bodies: living with illness. Policy Press. 113 pp
  7. Lutz, C., & Mazzarino, A. (Eds.). (2019). War and health: The medical consequences of the wars in Iraq and Afghanistan (Vol. 4). NYU Press. 288 pp.
  8. Kenner, A. (2018). Breathtaking: Asthma care in a time of climate change. U of Minnesota Press. 248 pp.
  9. Tousignant, N. (2018). Edges of Exposure: toxicology and the problem of capacity in postcolonial Senegal. Duke University Press. 210 pp.
  10. Denny, E. (2017). Pain: A sociological introduction. John Wiley & Sons. 208pp
  11. Zimmermann, M. (2017). The poetics and politics of Alzheimer’s disease life-writing. Springer Nature.
  12. Gómez, E. J. (2017). Geopolitics in health: confronting obesity, AIDS, and tuberculosis in the emerging BRICS economies. JHU Press.

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