Anthropology & Health Journal - AHJ
No 3. Published in October 2009 (eISSN 2011-5776)
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Hugo Portela Guarin. [On-line Access]

Le concept de proximité dans la recherche anthropologique en cancérologie.
Fanny Soum-Pouyalet. [Abstract] [On-line Access] ID: ahj00012

VIH-SIDA: Una aproximación a las percepciones y prácticas de los miembros seronegativos de las parejas serodiscordantes: relaciones sexuales y uso del preservativo.
Paula Bilder. [Abstract] [On-line Access] ID: ahj00013

Rebirthable life: Narrative and Reproductive Life of Japanese Brain-Dead Donors.
Keiko Yasuoka. [Abstract] [On-line Access] ID: ahj00014

Women’s Narratives of Past Illness Episodes in Paradise Island, a Philippine Cebuano Community.
Fiscalina Amadora-Nolasco. [Abstract] [On-line Access] ID: ahj00015

Neoliberalism, Globalization and Cultural Patterns of Alcohol Consumption in a Mexican Indian Community.
Luis Berruecos. [Abstract] [On-line Access] ID: ahj00016

Call for Papers - Issue N° 5 (October 2010)
Anthropology & Health Journal - AHJ
eJournal on Biocultural Medical Anthropology and Cultural Health. eISSN 2011-5776

The Anthropology & Health Journal - AHJ publishes original articles, research and theory in the field of biocultural medical anthropology and cultural health peer-reviewed.This broad field views all inquiries into health and disease in human individuals and populations from the holistic and cross-cultural perspective distinctive of anthropology as a discipline that is, with an awareness of species biological, cultural, linguistic, and historical uniformity and variation.

It encompasses studies of ethnomedicine, epidemiology, maternal and child health, population, nutrition, human development in relation to health and disease, health-care providers and services, public health, health policy, and the language and speech of health and health care. The purpose of the ejournal is to stimulate debate on and development of ideas and methods in medical anthropology and to explore the relationships of medical anthropology to both health practice and the parent discipline of anthropology. Papers may also address general theoretical and methodological issues relevant to anthropology, social medicine and social epidemiology, especially in Latin America.


Researchers and practitioners are invited to submit Article of Reflections, Case Reports, Original Paper, Short Communication and Subject Revision may be in English, French and Spanish Lenguajes should not exceed 20 pages in length (10,000 words).

All submissions must be original and may not be under review by another publication. INTERESTED AUTHORS SHOULD CONSULT THE JOURNAL GUIDELINES FOR MANUSCRIPT SUBMISSIONS at


The deadline for submissions -----> August 30, 2010.
Notification -----> September 5, 2010.
Deadline for final paper -----> September 20, 2010.

Accepted papers are scheduled for publication in October 2010 and will be subject to the regular peer-reviewed process of Editorial Board.

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