Medical Anthropology

Charles L. Briggs

Contact OFFICE: 307 Anthropology and Art Practice Building (Formerly Known As Kroeber Hall) E-MAIL: clbriggs@berkeley.edu PHONE: 643-2012 OFFICE HOURS Tuesdays 4:00 - 6:00PM & at other times by appt. Appts scheduled and links provided by emailing clbriggs@berkeley.edu.

Karen Nakamura

Contact OFFICE: 305 Anthropology and Art Practice Building (Formerly Known As Kroeber Hall) E-MAIL: knak@berkeley.edu OFFICE HOURS https://calendly.com/knakamura/office-hours

Lawrence Cohen

Contact OFFICE: 319 Anthropology and Art Practice Building (Formerly Known As Kroeber Hall) E-MAIL: cohen@berkeley.edu OFFICE HOURS Mondays 8:00AM - 11:00AM sign-up sheet on office door

Paul M. Rabinow

Contact OFFICE: 311 Anthropology and Art Practice Building (Formely Known As Kroeber Hall) E-MAIL: rabinow@berkeley.edu PHONE: 642-2634 OFFICE HOURS Tuesdays, 11:30AM-1:30PM Sign up sheet outside door

Stefania Pandolfo

Contact OFFICE: 201 Anthropology and Art Practice Building (Formely Known As Kroeber Hall) E-MAIL: pandolfo@berkeley.edu PHONE: 642-9229 OFFICE HOURS Thursday 12 to 3 pm By appointment via online sign up sheet. Students will need to email Professor Pandolfo to get the link to sign up.

Cori Hayden

Contact OFFICE: 327 Anthropology and Art Practice Building (Formely Known As Kroeber Hall) E-MAIL: cphayden@berkeley.edu OFFICE HOURS via zoom Students may email me for the link to the sign-up sheet and a specific zoom invitation Tuesdays 2:30 - 4 PM Wednesdays 12:30 - 2 PM

William F. Hanks

Contact OFFICE: 315 Anthropology and Art Practice Building (Formely Known As Kroeber Hall) E-MAIL: wfhanks@berkeley.edu OFFICE HOURS Tuesday 1PM - 3PM Sign up sheet by door gets posted Thu at 12:30 for following week

Daena Funahashi

Research

My work brings illness alongside anthropological and philosophical concerns about death, pain, and existence. In my publications and teaching, I explore how techniques and institutional apparatuses emerge, and promise a certain hold over life. It is a promise vital in keeping capital and its system, one that demands an individual capacity to be in self-control, alive. In Untimely Sacrifices, my forthcoming book, I draw upon my ethnographic work in Finland, where rising concern over burnout, a stress disorder, raised a need for state-led techniques for self-management. Rather than...

Nancy Scheper-Hughes

Contact OFFICE: 321 Anthropology and Art Practice Building (Formely Known As Kroeber Hall) E-MAIL: nsh@berkeley.edu OFFICE HOURS by appointment