Stacey Langwick

Langwick (alexa wright's conflicted copy 2018-08-26)Stacey Langwick, an Associate Professor in the Department of Anthropology at Cornell University, has authored Bodies, Politics and African Healing (2011) and co-edited Medicine, Mobility and Power in Global Africa (2012). Currently, she is working on book entitled The Politics of Habitability: Plants, Sovereignty and Healing in a Toxic World, which examines the emerging herbals industry in Tanzania and the way that it (re)configures notions of medicine, property, chronicity and crisis that are fundamental to global health.


See also:

Stacey Langwick, “A Politics of Habitability: Plants, Healing, and Sovereignty in a Toxic World,” Cultural Anthropology 33.3 (2018): 415-443.