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JANINA KEHR Institute and Museum of the History of Medicine University of Zurich Hirschengraben 82, 8001 Zürich EDUCATION 2012 Ph.D. (cotutelle de thèse), Social Anthropology

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JANINA KEHR Institute and Museum of the History of Medicine University of Zurich Hirschengraben 82, 8001 Zürich EDUCATION 2012 Ph.D. (cotutelle de thèse), Social Anthropology and European Ethnology Ecole des hautes études en sciences sociales Paris Humboldt University Berlin Advisors: Professor Didier Fassin and Professor Stefan Beck 2005 Master in Social Anthropology EHESS Paris 2004 Magistra Artium in Cultural Anthropology and Political Sciences Georg-August-University Göttingen PROFESSIONAL EMPLOYMENT Since 2011 Research Fellow Institute and Museum of the History of Medicine, University of Zurich 2010 Coordinator Graduate Student Network Réseau Santé et Société, Maison des Sciences de l Homme Paris-Nord 2007 Instructor Institute of European Ethnology, Humboldt University of Berlin Scientific Secretary Graduate Student Network Réseau Santé et Société, Maison des Sciences de l Homme Paris-Nord Teaching Assistant Institute of Cultural Anthropology, Georg-August-University Göttingen INTERNATIONAL EXPERIENCE Franco-German Graduate Studies (co-tutelle de these) in Paris and Berlin 2004 Internship with the WHO and its Special Programme for Research and Training in Tropical Diseases (TDR), Geneva 2002 Production and realisation of an ethnographic documentary film, Cambodia Undergraduate Studies, University of California Santa Cruz, Santa Cruz Spanish Language Studies, Complutense University, Madrid 1 RESEARCH INTERESTS Medical sociology, medical anthropology, social inequalities, medicine and migration, ethnography of the state, comparative methods, infectious diseases, modernity, globalisation, Europe FELLOWSHIPS AND AWARDS 2012 Workshop Grant, Graduate Campus, University of Zurich The Governance of Infection, with Carlo Caduff and Marc Honigsbaum 2011 Dissertation Completion Grant, Equal Opportunity Fund, Humboldt University 2010 Conference Grant, Réseau Santé et Société/IRIS/CERMES 3 Forum on the Professionalisation in Social Science and Health, Paris, with Fanny Chabrol and Gabriel Girard 2010 Publication Grant, University of Northern-Paris XIII, with Joëlle Vailly 2007 Fieldwork Grant, Centre interdisciplinaire d études et de recherches sur l Allemagne Ph.D. Grant, NaFöG Berlin 2006 Conference Grant, Réseau Santé et Société/IRIS, Graduate Workshop Ethnography of Public Health, EHESS Paris, with Cyril Farnarier 2006 Preliminary Research Grant, Réseau des doctorants Santé et société 2004 Study Grant, German Academic Exchange Service Master of Anthropology, EHESS Paris 2004 Grant for an Internship in International Institutions, German Academic Exchange Service 2001 No-fee-non-degree Scholarship, Education Abroad Program (EAP), University of California 2001 Travel Grant, Fulbright Comission TEACHING 2013 Genealogies of Global Health, History Department, University of Zurich (with Flurin Condrau) The History of Medicine in 12 Objects, History Department, University of Zurich (with colleagues of the Institue of the History of Medicine) 2007 Clinical Platforms. Biomedical Practices and Health Systems in Europe, Institute of European Ethnology, Humboldt University Berlin (with Sven Bergmann) Teaching Assistance Economic Anthropology, Institute of Cultural Anthropology, Georg-August-University Göttingen Teaching Assistance Introductory Topics in Anthropology, Institute of Cultural Anthropology, Georg-August-University Göttingen. 2 PUBLICATIONS Books De la vie biologique à la vie sociale 2011 De la vie biologique à la vie sociale. Approches sociologiques et anthropologiques, with Joëlle Vailly & Jörg Niewöhner. Paris : Editions de la Découverte. Approches sociologiques et anthropologiques Sous la direction de Janina Kehr Jörg Niewöhner Joëlle Vailly La Découverte Recherches 2011 Leben in Gesellschaft. Biomedizin, Politik, Sozialwissenschaften, with Jörg Niewöhner & Joëlle Vailly, Bielefeld: Transcript. Refereed Articles 2012 Blind spots and adverse conditions of care: screening migrants for tuberculosis in France and Germany, Sociology of Health & Illness 34, n o Réaliser un doctorat en sciences sociales de la santé : financements, pratiques de recherche et enjeux de professionnalisation (with Fanny Chabrol and Moritz Hunsmann), Sociologos, Nr Le réseau des jeunes chercheurs Santé et société, un outil pour repenser les oppositions structurantes du milieu scientifique (with Marc Bessin, Fanny Chabrol and David Michels), Sociologos, Nr.7. Book Chapters 2012 Blind Spots and Adverse Conditions of Care: Screening Migrants for Tuberculosis in France and Germany in The Sociology of Medical Screening, ed. by Natalie Armstrong & Helen Eborall. London: John Wiley & Sons Die Dichte sozialer Leben. Zur Tuberkulose Umgebungsuntersuchung In: Leben in Gesellschaft. Biomedizin, Politik, Sozialwissenschaften, ed. J. Niewöhner, J. Kehr & J. Vailly, Bielefeld: Transcript L épaisseur des vies sociales. A propos du dépistage de la tuberculose In : De la vie biologique à la vie sociale. Approches sociologiques et anthropologiques, ed. J. Vailly, J. Kehr & J. Niewöhner. Paris : Editions de la Découverte. 3 2011 Zonen des Existenziellen. Leben verstehen, Leben schützen, Leben gefährden (with Joëlle Vailly and Jörg Niewöhner) In: Leben in Gesellschaft. Biomedizin, Politik, Sozialwissenschaften, ed. J. Niewöhner, J. Kehr & J. Vailly, Bielefeld: Transcript Une question vitale. Connaître, protéger, exposer la vie (with Joelle Vailly and Jörg Niewöhner) In De la vie biologique à la vie sociale. Approches sociologiques et anthropologiques, ed. J. Vailly, J. Kehr & J. Niewöhner. Paris : Editions de la Découverte Geographien der Gefahr. Warum wieder über die Tuberkulose gesprochen wird. In Medizin im Kontext. Krankheit und Gesundheit in einer vernetzten Welt., ed. H. Dilger & B. Hadolt. Frankfurt Main: Peter Lang Verlag The Politics and Poetics of Migrant Tuberculosis: Modelling a Social Disease in French Public Health. In The Tapestry of Health, Illness and Disease, ed. V. Kalitzkus & P.L. Twohig. Amsterdam: Rodopi. Reviews 2004 Conference Report, 22. Fortbildungsseminar des Institut für Geschichte der Medizin der Robert-Bosch-Stiftung Medizin und Reisen In Berichte zur Wissenschaftsgeschichte, Band 27, Heft 2, p Conference Report, Biomedizin Macht Diskurs, Universität Hannover, Hannover, In: Das Argument. Zeitschrift für Philosophie und Sozialwissenschaften, 43. Jahrgang, Heft 4/5, p Interviews Comment la biomédecine change nos vies?, Autour de la question, Radio France International, 16 June ORGANIZED CONFERENCES AND WORKSHOPS Is this the end? The Eclipse of the Therapeutic Revolution, International Conference, DRUGS Research Network of the European Science Foundation, Institute of the History of Medicine, University of Zurich, 4-6 October Organizers: Flurin Condrau, Sandra Eder, Niklas Ingold, Janina Kehr, Betina Siegle-Antunes The Governance of Infection: On the Politics and Poetics of Contagion Workshop, Department of Anthropology and Department of the History of Medicine, University of Zurich, June Organizers: Carlo Caduff, Mark Honigsbaum, Janina Kehr La paysage de la santé publique en France, Advanced Training Seminar, Maison des Sciences de l Homme Paris-Nord, 7 October Organizers : Fanny Chabrol, Janina Kehr La professionnalisation des Jeunes Chercheurs en Sciences Sociales et Santé, Maison des Sciences de l Homme Paris-Nord, 14 January Organizers: Fanny Chabrol, Gabriel Girard, Janina Kehr Ethnographies de la santé publique, Workshop, Ecole des hautes études en sciences sociales Paris, 19 December Organizers: Cyril Farnarier, Janina Kehr Images of Medicine, 23nd Advanced Seminar of the Institute for the History of Medicine of the Robert-Bosch-Foundation, Stuttgart, 6-8 May Organizers: Heiner Fangerau, Janina Kehr, Mirjam Triendl, Philipp von Osten. 4 Emergent Forms of Life. Towards an Anthropology of the Life Sciences International Conference, Institute of European Ethnology, Wissenschaftskolleg Berlin & Humboldt University of Berlin, Schloss Blankensee December Organizers: Stefan Beck, Janina Kehr, Michi Knecht. INVITED LECTURES AND PRESENTATIONS The Disease Without a Future. Anthropological Reflections on Tuberculosis. Invited Paper for the Research Seminar of the Institute of the History of Medicine, University of Zurich, 11 December 2012, Zurich. The white coat or who is still wearing it? Invited lecture for the seminar on the History of Medical Objects, Institute of Cultural Studies, University of Basel, 3 December 2012, Basel. La complexité de la prise en charge de la tuberculose. Invited Paper for the 3rd TB Day of the Seine- Saint-Denis Region, Conseil général, 22 November 2012, Bobigny. The Durative Presence of a Disease Without a Future. Invited Paper for the Annual Conference of the Swiss Society for Anthropology, University of Luzern, 2-3 November 2012, Luzern. Reflections on Inclusion/Exclusion. Tuberculosis screening of migrants. Invited Paper for the Launch Event The Sociology of Medical Screening: Critical Perspectives, New Directions, University of Leicester, 4 September 2012, Leicester. La maladie sans avenir. Point de vue anthropologique sur la tuberculose. Invited Paper for the 1st TB Day of the Val-de-Marne Region, Créteil Hospital, 31 May 2012, Créteil. Médias et controverses scientifiques. Le cas de la vaccination par le BCG. Invited roundtable discussant. Université Paris Diderot, 7 Mai 2010, Paris. Le social qui abrite le germe. Dimensions de la vie sociale dans l enquête autour d un cas de tuberculose. Invited Paper presented at the Research Seminar of the Institut de recherche interdisciplinaire sur les enjeux sociaux, Ecole normale supérieure, 12 April 2010, Paris. La tuberculose comme sociopathie: tensions et représentations autour d une maladie symbolique. Invited Paper of the 1st TB Day of the Seine-Saint-Denis Region, Conseil général, 13 June 2006, Bobigny. Tuberkulose und ihre Behandlungspolitiken im Frankreich der Gegenwart. Ethnographische Annäherungen an eine andere Krankheit. Invited Lecture for the Master s Seminar Medizin und andere Lebenswissenschaften als ethnologisches Feld by Stefan Beck, Institute of European Ethnology, Humboldt University, 4. Mai 2006, Berlin. La tuberculose comme pathologie sociale. Invited Lecture for the Master s Seminar «Anthropologie du corps et de la santé by Didier Fassin, EHESS, 28 October 2005, Saint-Denis. CONFERENCE AND WORKSHOP PAPERS Mycobacterial Matters: Differentiating Disease Etiologies, Paper presented at the European Association of Social Anthropologists (EASA) Conference, July 2012, Paris. Panel W 104 Matters of Concern. Negotiating Un/Certainties in health related sciences, policies and experiences. Screening at the Margins of the State, Paper presented at the Governance of Infection Workshop, Department of Anthropology / Department of the History of Medicine, University of Zurich, June After Comparison. Scaling Comparative Matrices in Medical Anthropology. Paper presented at the 1st meeting of the MAYS Network, Department of Anthropology, Free University of Berlin, 11 February 2010, Berlin. Echelonner les matrices comparatives: Quelques propositions stratégiques pour la comparaison ethnographique en anthropologie. Paper presented at the CNRS Summer School Comment Comparer? Pratiques et méthodes de la comparaison dans les sciences sociales, 8-12 June 2009, Biarritz. Tuberkulose und ihre Behandlungspolitiken. Eine ethnographische Betrachtung von Public Health Praktiken und Immigrationspolitiken im 21. Jahrhundert. Paper presented at the Anniversary Conference of the Medical Anthropology Interest Group of the German Society for Anthropology (DFG), Department of Anthropology, Free University of Berlin, September 2007, Berlin. La catégorie du social dans le discours biomédical. Paper presented at the Conference of the French Association of Sociology Dire le monde social. Les sociologues face aux discours politiques, économiques et médiatiques, University of Bordeaux Victor Ségalen, 5-8 September 2006, Bordeaux. The politics and poetics of immigrant tuberculosis: making sense of a social disease in contemporary France. Paper presented at the 5 th Global Conference Making sense of Health, Illness and Disease, University of Oxford, July 2006, Oxford. Tuberkulose und Risikogruppen in Frankreichs Metropolis. Paper presented at the international conference Invisible Enemies. The cultural meaning of infection and the politics of plague, History Department, University of Zurich September 2005, Zürich. Das Fremde als Begründungsfigur der ärztlichen Mission. Paper presented at the 22nd Advanced Seminar of the Institute for the History of Medicine of the Robert-Bosch-Foundation Medicine and Travel,8-10 May 2004, Stuttgart. POSTER PRESENTATIONS Le suivi des patients atteints de la tuberculose en Seine-Saint-Denis. Responsabiliser les patients pour réussir l adhérence au traitement, la seule solution? Poster presented at the 36th Union World Conference on Lung Health, October 2005, Paris. SEMINAR PRESENTATIONS Entre incitation et réflexivité : Comparer comme méthode de terrain. Paper presented at the Graduate Seminar of the Institut de recherche interdisciplinaire sur les enjeux sociaux, EHESS, 22 April 2009, Paris. Un dérangement de l ordre national? Tuberculose et migrations entre gestion sanitaire et contrôle des populations en France et en Allemagne. Paper presented at the Research seminar of the Institut de recherche interdisciplinaire sur les enjeux sociaux, 24 October 2007, EHESS, Paris Tuberkulose und ihre Behandlungspolitiken in Frankreich und Deutschland: Ethnographie croisée einer ansteckenden Krankheit. Paper presented at the Graduate Student Workshop of the Institute of European Ethnology, Humboldt University Berlin, May 2006, Bremsdorf. Les politiques de traitement de la tuberculose en Seine-Saint-Denis. Presentation of my Master s thesis during the seminar Les expérience du passé by Jean-Pierre Dozon and Didier Fassin, EHESS, 18 May 2005, Paris. 6 Medizin und Kolonialismus in Deutschland. Presentation of my Master s thesis project, graduate seminar, Institute of Cultural Anthropology, Georg-August-University Göttingen, 29 February 2003, Göttingen. FIELDWORK AND ARCHIVAL RESERACH 2010 Ethnographic observation and interviews with health professionals of a mobile TB screening unit, Paris region (1 month) Ethnographic observation and interviews with health professionals and patients in a TB control unit, Paris Region, France (3 months) Ethnographic observation and interviews with health professionals and patients in two hospitals and a TB control unit, Berlin, Germany (10 months) Ethnographic observation and interviews with health professionals and patients in a university hospital and a TB control unit, Paris Region, France (4 months) Ethnographic observation and interviews with health professionals and patients in a TB control unit, Paris Region, France (3 months) Research in the archives of the Basel Mission for my Master Thesis on Medical Missions, Basel (1 week) Research in the archives of the Berlin Mission for my Master Thesis on Medical Missions, Berlin (3 weeks) Ethnographic Documentary Film, Trains and Peoples, Cambodia (6 weeks). PROFESSIONAL MEMBERSHIPS European Association of Social Anthropologists MAYS Medical Anthropology Young Scholars Network AG Medical Anthropology, Deutsche Gesellschaft für Völkerkunde Réseau des Jeunes Chercheurs Santé et Société LANGUAGES German French English Spanish native fluent fluent good level 7
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