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Craig R. Janes <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Simon Fraser University
Changing ecology of pastoralism in post-socialist inner Asia, global health reform, globalization of indigenous medicine, anthropology and global health
|Address:||Faculty of Health Sciences
Simon Fraser University
8888 University Drive
Burnaby, British Columbia V5A 1S6
|List Affiliations:||Advisory Board Member for H-MedAnthro
History of Science, Medicine, and Technology
Ph.D. Medical Anthropology, UC-Berkeley/San Francisco 1984. Post-doctoral training fellowship in geospatial analysis (UC Berkeley).
Recent journal articles:
In Press Rak, Kimberly and Craig R. Janes. “Reproductive Health in Post-Transition Mongolia: Global Discourses and Local Realities.” Perspectives on Global Development and Technology.
2003 Janes, Craig R. “Criticizing with Impunity? Bridging the Widening Gulf Between Academic Discourse and Action Anthropology in Global Health. Social Analysis 47(1): 90-95.
2003 Janes, Craig R. “Market Fetishism & Attenuated Primary Care: Producing Poor Medicine for Poor People in Post-Socialist Mongolia. Bulletin of the Royal Institute for Interfaith Studies 5(1): (pages TBD).
2002 Lu, Tsong-hsueh, Craig R. Janes, Tai-Pin Shih, Meng-Chih Lee, Ming-Chih Chou, and Chen-Kun Lin. “High-Frequency Death Certifiers in Taiwan: A Sociocultural Product.” Social Science and Medicine 55: 1663-1669.
2002 Janes, Craig R. “Buddhism, Science, and Market: The Globalization of Tibetan Medicine.” Anthropology and Medicine 9(3): 267-289.
1999 Janes, Craig R., The Health Transition and the Crisis of Traditional Medicine: The Case of Tibet. Social Science and Medicine 48: 1803-1820.
1999 Janes, Craig R., Imagined Lives, Suffering and the Work of Culture: The Embodied Discourses of Conflict in Modern Tibet. Medical Anthropology Quarterly 13: 391-412.
1995 Janes, Craig R., The Transformations of Tibetan Medicine. Medical Anthropology Quarterly, 9: 6-39.
Books and book chapters:
Books and Book Chapters:
Forthcoming Janes, Craig R. and Casey Hilliard. “Inventing Tradition: Tibetan Medicine in the Post-Socialist Contexts of China and Mongolia.” IN Pordié, Laurent, ed., Exploring Tibetan Medicine in Contemporary Conntext. Forthcoming.
2002 Janes, Craig R. “From Village to City: Samoan Migration to California.” IN Paul Spickard, Joanne L. Rondilla and Debbie Hippolite Wright, eds., Pacific Diaspora: Island Peoples in the United States and Across the Pacific. Honolulu: University of Hawaii Press.
2001 Janes, Craig R., “Tibetan medicine at the Crossroads: Radical Modernity and the Social Organization of Traditional Medicine in the Tibet Autonomous Region, China.” IN Samuel, Geoffrey and Linda Connor, eds., Healing Power and Modernity in Asian Societies. Bergen and Garvey.
1990 Janes, Craig R. Migration, Social Change and Health: A Samoan Community in Urban California. Stanford University Press.
1986 Janes, Craig R., Ron Stall, and Sandra M. Gifford, eds., Anthropology and Epidemiology: Interdisciplinary Approaches to the Study of Human Health and Disease. Dordecht, Holland: D. Reidel (Kluwer) Press.