Medical Anthropology Quarterly

Papers
(The TQCC of Medical Anthropology Quarterly is 1. The table below lists those papers that are above that threshold based on CrossRef citation counts [max. 250 papers]. The publications cover those that have been published in the past four years, i.e., from 2020-07-01 to 2024-07-01.)
ArticleCitations
What Went Wrong: Corona and the World after the Full Stop101
Hydroxychloroquine Controversies: Clinical Trials, Epistemology, and the Democratization of Science41
The Culling: Pandemic, Gerocide, Generational Affect39
Microbial Kin: Relations of Environment and Time22
Living on Borrowed Breath: Respiratory Distress, Social Breathing, and the Vital Movement of Ventilators19
Multimorbidity, Polyiatrogenesis, and COVID‐1918
Like a Grinding Stone: How Crowdfunding Platforms Create, Perpetuate, and Value Health Inequities15
Plantation Politics, Paranoia, and Public Health on the Frontlines of America's COVID‐19 Response14
Death in an Ordinary Time: Reflections from Rwanda13
Not Breathing Easy: “Disarticulated Homework” in Asthma Management11
Going Nowhere: Ambivalence about Drug Treatment during an Overdose Public Health Emergency in Vancouver10
Cryopreserving Jewish Motherhood: Egg Freezing in Israel and the United States9
Medical Anthropology in the Time of COVID‐198
Datafied Pregnancies: Health Information Technologies and Reproductive Governance in Turkey8
You Are What Your Mother Endured: Intergenerational Epigenetics, Early Caregiving, and the Temporal Embedding of Adversity8
Health Care Quality Improvement and the Ambiguous Commodity of Care8
Recursive Debility: Symptoms, Patient Activism, and the Incomplete Medicalization of ME/CFS8
Becoming Institutionalized: Incarceration as a Chronic Health Condition8
Qatar, the Coronavirus, and Cordons Sanitaires: Migrant Workers and the Use of Public Health Measures to Define the Nation7
Thinking about Social Determinants of Health through the Relationality of Work and Drug Use6
Can a Neighborhood Fall Sick? Opioid Addiction, Collective Violence and Currents of Death in Contemporary India6
Blood and Blood: Anti‐retroviral Therapy, Masculinity, and Redemption among Adolescent Boys in the Eastern Cape Province of South Africa6
The Unbearable Whiteness of Citational Practice in US Medical Anthropology6
Debilitated Lifeworlds: Women's Narratives of Forced Sterilization as Delinking from Reproductive Rights6
Interembodiment, Inheritance, and Intergenerational Health5
Interventive Care: Uncertainty, Distributed Agency, and Cesarean Section in a Zika Virus Epidemic5
Therapeutic Borderlands: Austerity, Maternal HIV Treatment, and the Elusive End of AIDS in Mozambique5
Taming Time: Configuring Cancer Patients as Research Subjects5
From iatrogenesis to vaccine skepticism: US mothers’ negative vaccine perceptions and non‐vaccination practices as reverberations of medical harm5
“I Do Not Have to Hurt My Body Anymore”: Reproductive Chronicity and Sterilization as Ambivalent Care in Rural North India5
Military Dogs and Their Soldier Companions: The More‐than‐human Biopolitics of Leishmaniasis in Conflict‐torn Colombia5
Weak Data: The Social Biography of a Measurement Instrument and How It Failed to Ensure Accountability in Home Care5
“There Would Be More Black Spaces”: Care/giving Cartographies during COVID‐194
Commentary: Causal Enclosures—Over and Over4
Viral Entanglements: Bodies, Belonging and Truth‐claims in Health Borderlands4
The politics of irrationality4
Shared Relations: Trauma and Kinship in the Afterlife of Death4
Shouldering Death: Moral Tensions, Ambiguity, and the Unintended Ramifications of State‐sanctioned Second‐trimester Selective Abortion in Denmark4
Death and Dying in Carceral America: The Prison Hospice as an Inverted Space of Exception4
Kamzori: Aging, Care, and Alienation in the Post‐pastoral Himalaya4
Re‐Imagining Reproduction: Citation and Chosen Kin3
Naturalizing unnatural death in Los Angeles County jails3
“Passing Down Pollution”: (Inter)generational Toxicology and (Epi)genetic Environmental Health3
Society for Medical Anthropology Statement on Supreme Court Dobbs v. Jackson Women's Health Organization Decision3
Eggonomics: Vitrification and bioeconomies of egg donation in the United States and Spain3
The Politics of Trauma: Gender, Futurity, and Violence Prevention in South Africa3
Dirty Work in Medicine: Understanding U.S. Physicians’ Agency in Contested Medical Practices3
Fat Is All My Fault: Globalized Metathemes of Body Self‐blame3
“Housing Is Health Care”: Treating Homelessness in Safety‐net Hospitals3
A Eulogy for Jane Robinson: A Social Autopsy of Uncare Policies3
Antibiotics “dumped”: Negotiating Pharmaceutical Identities, Properties, and Interests in China–India Trade Disputes3
Re‐centering Relationships: Obstetric Violence, Health Care Rationalities, and Pandemic Childbirth in Canada3
Visiting Hours: Spacetimes of Human–Animal Interaction in South African Elder Care2
“I Could See Little Bits of How I Progressed”: Coordinating Rhythms in a Midwest Gender‐affirming Health Clinic2
From Person to Life: An Anthropological Examination of Primary Health Care Approach to Depression in Rio de Janeiro2
A Second Chance: Reenactment and Recovery Narratives in a Peruvian Drug Rehabilitation Center2
On the Shoulders of Giants Or the Back of a Mule: Awareness of Multiplicity In Citational Politics2
The Belly's Word: Domestic Violence in a Bengali Clinic2
Alien Guts? Exploring Lives of and with Irritable Bowels in Denmark2
Policy Statement: Mental Well‐being among Anthropologists at Universities: A Call for System Transformation2
Veteran Therapeutics: The Promise of Military Medicine and the Possibilities of Disability in the Post‐9/11 United States2
Bloody Marvels: In Situ Seed Saving and Intergenerational Malleability2
Genitourinary Systems Entangled with Shifting Environments in a Salvadoran Subsistence Farming Community2
Anthropological knowledge under redaction: Meditations on race, health, and aesthetics2
Painful Subjects: Treating Chronic Pain among People Living with HIV in the Age of Opioid Risk2
Hospital Paperworlds: Medical (Mis)Reporting and Maternal Health in Northern Pakistan2
Praying for More Time: Mexican Immigrants’ Pandemic Eldercare Dilemmas2
Epistemic Silences and Experiential Knowledge in Decisions After a First Cesarean: The case of a vaginal birth after cesarean calculator2
Epidemiologizing Culture: Scaling Chineseness through Narratives of Stigma in New York City2
Compassion or Corruption? Temporalities of Care and Nationhood in Papua New Guinean Nursing Education1
Ineffective responses to unlikely outbreaks: Hypothesis building in newly‐emerging infectious disease outbreaks1
Discounted Deaths: The Eruption of COVID‐19 in the Geriatric System of the Community of Madrid1
Mobility Imaginaries of Humanitarian Intervention: Gender, Migration, and Violence along Mexico's Southern Border1
Honoring the enslaved African American foremothers of modern women's health: Meditations on 40 years of Black feminist praxis1
The prenatal care color line and Latina migrant motherhood1
Technologies of care and the engineering imaginary: Two approaches to assistive device design for the Global South1
Decolonizing Care at Diagnosis: Culture, History, and Family at an Urban Inter‐tribal Clinic1
Toward Intergenerational Ethnography: Kinship, Cohorts, and Environments in and Beyond the Biosocial Sciences1
Patient identity narratives through the cultural formulation interview in a New York City outpatient clinic1
Chakachua Pharmaceuticals and Fugitive Science1
A Heart for the Care: Affect, Kin, and Care Work in a Zambian Hospital1
The Potential of “Watchful” Care: Preventing Suicide with Aloha in Hawaii1
Anachronic: Viral Socialities and Project Time among HIV Support Groups in Barbados1
Epidemiological Imaginaries of the Social: Epidemiologists and Pathologies of Modernization in Postcolonial Africa1
Food, Taste, and the Body: Ingestion and Embodiment in Santiago de Cuba1
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