Uncaring world

Care Beyond Diagnostics at the Margins of Asylum in Mexico

by John Doering-White and Alejandra Díaz De León

As the number of displaced people seeking asylum continues to increase globally, the United States government has enacted policies that undermine access to asylum in the US by shifting [...]

A Sign of Our Times: Caring in an Unsettling World (Introduction)

by Magdalena Zegarra Chiappori and Salwa Tareen

Photo by Rod Long on Unsplash.Postcard/thumbnail image for this collection: Hand in Leaf (1973), by Marisol (Marisol Escobar; American, born France, 1930-2016). Published by Universal Limited Art Editions [...]

Caring as Implication: Reflections through More-than-Human and Feminist Perspectives

by Marcela Morales-Magaña and Columba Gonzalez-Duarte

In this essay, we offer an anthropological perspective on care and environmental studies, in which we involve more-than-human actors. This conceptualization emerges from our participation in a collaborative project [...]