Read this month’s thematic series on health, well-being and happiness on the Anthropology News website. This month we’re pleased to start the series with essays by:
- Michelle Chatman | I Still Got Joy: Black Women’s Strength and Resilience after Breast Cancer
- Carlos Garcia–Quijano, John J Poggie, Ana Pitchon and Miguel del Pozo | Investigating Coastal Resource Use, Quality of Life, and Well-being in Southeastern Puerto Rico
- Barbara Rose Johnston | Ethical Currents in Happiness, Health and Well-being
- Meg Jordan | Fast Track to Health, Well-being and Happiness: The Emerging Profession of Health Coaches
- Megan McCullough | Entangled Bodies: Structural Violence, Well-being and Humor in Australian Indigenous Health
- Suzanne Morrissey and Mary Patzel | Elusive Maladies: Finding Hope with Integrative Medicine in North America
- J Anthony Paredes | Happiness Anthropology Redux
- Mimi Stelmack | Tuberculosis: Global Health Pandemic
Be sure to check the AN website throughout March for more in this series by Valerie Ann McMillan, Lisa Meekison Reichenbach and Inga Treitler.
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