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New issue: Eä Journal, Vol. 8 N° 1

Tapa V8N1 EspThe new issue of Eä - Journal of Medical Humanities & Social Studies of Science and Technology, Vol. 8 N° 1, is now online.

Contributors to this issue: Erica Carrizo (Argentina), Alba Dolores Morales Cosme & Carlos Viesca Treviño (Mexico), María Laura Rodríguez (Argentina), Ana Isabel Gómez & Boris Julián Pinto Bustamante (Colombia), Hasan Basri Çakmak & Arif Hüdai Köken (Turkey), Gabriela Castañeda López y Ana Cecilia Rodríguez de Romo (Mexico). Go to the issue »

Call for papers for Eä Journal. Next deadline: June 2, 2017

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Call for papers for upcoming issues of Ea - Journal of Medical Humanities & Social Studies of Science and Tecnology (http://www.ea-journal.com/en) is currently open. Next deadline is June 2, 2017. Manuscripts are accepted in Spanish, English and Portuguese.

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Special edition: "Healthism & Self-Care: Reconfiguring Body & Life through Science & Technology"

IM Vol7 1-2 Eng thumbEä Journal's vol. 7 is now online with a special double issue on "Healthism & Self-Care: Reconfiguring Body & Life through Science & Technology", developed as a joint project between Eä Journal and researchers from CETCOPRA (Centre for Research on Technology, Knowledge and Practices), Université Paris 1 Panthéon-Sorbonne, Institut Mines Télécom and Université Paris Descartes (France). The edition counts with the support of Alliance Française in Buenos Aires and the Institut Français and the Ambassade de France in Argentina.

 

"Over the past decades technological innovations such as digital technologies, genomics, and bio-nanotechnology have been promoted as means of improving “health”, a term that was broadly defined by the World Health Organization in 1946 as “a state of complete physical, mental and social well-being and not merely the absence of disease or infirmity.” Access to “molecules of life”, miniaturized diagnostic devices or health-related connected objects have greatly intensified and accelerated the pace of production, circulation and sharing of health data, thereby reconfiguring the traditional relationship between medicine and society.  

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