As part of a collaborative project at Minpaku on care in anthropology with a focus on Southeast Asia, Japan and Europe, I will talk, once more, about how experiment and care fold into each other in clinical trials across Hungary and Japan. I have written and presented about this both in Japanese and in English, but most listeners are very skeptic to these ideas. I’m sure I’ll have a hard time, again.
Thinking about an Anthropology of Care: A Discussion with F. Aulino and J. Danely (Minpaku)
- Akiko Mori (National Museum of Ethnology): “Introduction: Why does an anthropology of care arouse our interest?”
- Jason Danely (Oxford Brookes University): “Care as emotions and ethics: toward a cross-cultural comparative and approach”
- Erika Takahashi (Chiba University): “The logic of optimized care”
- Felicity Aulino (University of Massachusetts Amherst): “Toward a critical phenomenology of care”
- Gergely Mohacsi (Osaka University): “Experiments with care: between bench and bedside”