Welcome to the Association for Anthropology and Medicine (AGEM)
The AGEM is a non-profit association founded in 1970 with the aim of promoting cooperation between medicine, the related natural sciences and the historical, cultural and social sciences. The AGEM concentrates on three tasks: the publication of the journal Curare, the organization of scientific conferences and the collection and provision of literature and information.
Selected other conferences and events
|16.03.2021 - 18.05.2021||SEMINAR SERIES - Bioethics in Action||
RUEBES/Research Unit on Everyday Bioethics and Ethics of Science
|12.04.2021 - 30.04.2021||CONFERENCE - Care: challenges and solutions for a sustainable future||
University of Sheffield
|19.04.2021 - 23.04.2021||CONFERENCE - Social Power and Mental Health||
University of Cambridge
Curare. Journal of Medical Anthropology
The AGEM has been publishing the journal Curare since 1978. It is bilingual (German & English) and the articles are peer-reviewed. Until 2007 it had the subtitle Journal of Medical Anthropology and Transcultural Psychiatry, since 2008 the subtitle of Curare has been Journal of Medical Anthropology. There are currently 4 issues per year.