21 min

SoS 152 - Bringing Anthropology to Public Health with Dr. Stephanie McClure Sausage of Science

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In today's episode Chris and Cara talk to Dr. Stephanie McClure, assistant professor in the Department of Anthropology at the University of Alabama. Dr. McClure talks about the importance and the benefits of bringing anthropology to public health as evidenced by her own work leading and organizing six Covid-19 vaccination clinics across the country. Her and Cara also discuss their discontent with current policies restricting female athletes on the basis of their testosterone levels.

Find Dr. McClure's paper "On Integrity and the Risk of Generational Loss: Narratives of Preservation and Threat Underlie Policies Restricting Natural Testosterone in Women Athletes" at On Integrity and the Risk of Generational Loss: Narratives of Preservation and Threat Underlie Policies Restricting Natural Testosterone in Women Athletes

And her AJHB on collaborating with public health "Practices of disciplinary symbiosis: (Re)blending theory and method, anthropology and public health" at: https://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/full/10.1002/ajhb.23683?casa_token=ZApztSmCGi0AAAAA%3As56_tsA7u1WdJt0x4rLAOPScI9T3wuHU4TByXhg9HQj6gwv5inG1QpbdniBKpBHL5dTmDK9J7xOk

Learn more about CoomuniVax at https://www.centerforhealthsecurity.org/our-work/Center-projects/communivax/local-teams.html

Contact Dr. McClure at smcclur1@ua.edu

Participate in and celebrate #AnthroDay: www.americananthro.org/anthroday

Contact the Sausage of Science Podcast and Human Biology Association:
Facebook: www.facebook.com/groups/humanbiologyassociation
Website:humbio.org/, Twitter: @HumBioAssoc

Cara Ocobock, Website: sites.nd.edu/cara-ocobock/, Email:cocobock@nd.edu, Twitter:@CaraOcobock

Chris Lynn, HBA Public Relations Committee Chair, Website: cdlynn.people.ua.edu/, Email: cdlynn@ua.edu, Twitter:@Chris_Ly

Delaney Glass, Website: dglass.netlify.app/, Email: dglass1@uw.edu, Twitter: @GlassDelaney

Alexandra Niclou, Email: aniclou@nd.edu, Twitter: @fiat_Luxandra

In today's episode Chris and Cara talk to Dr. Stephanie McClure, assistant professor in the Department of Anthropology at the University of Alabama. Dr. McClure talks about the importance and the benefits of bringing anthropology to public health as evidenced by her own work leading and organizing six Covid-19 vaccination clinics across the country. Her and Cara also discuss their discontent with current policies restricting female athletes on the basis of their testosterone levels.

Find Dr. McClure's paper "On Integrity and the Risk of Generational Loss: Narratives of Preservation and Threat Underlie Policies Restricting Natural Testosterone in Women Athletes" at On Integrity and the Risk of Generational Loss: Narratives of Preservation and Threat Underlie Policies Restricting Natural Testosterone in Women Athletes

And her AJHB on collaborating with public health "Practices of disciplinary symbiosis: (Re)blending theory and method, anthropology and public health" at: https://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/full/10.1002/ajhb.23683?casa_token=ZApztSmCGi0AAAAA%3As56_tsA7u1WdJt0x4rLAOPScI9T3wuHU4TByXhg9HQj6gwv5inG1QpbdniBKpBHL5dTmDK9J7xOk

Learn more about CoomuniVax at https://www.centerforhealthsecurity.org/our-work/Center-projects/communivax/local-teams.html

Contact Dr. McClure at smcclur1@ua.edu

Participate in and celebrate #AnthroDay: www.americananthro.org/anthroday

Contact the Sausage of Science Podcast and Human Biology Association:
Facebook: www.facebook.com/groups/humanbiologyassociation
Website:humbio.org/, Twitter: @HumBioAssoc

Cara Ocobock, Website: sites.nd.edu/cara-ocobock/, Email:cocobock@nd.edu, Twitter:@CaraOcobock

Chris Lynn, HBA Public Relations Committee Chair, Website: cdlynn.people.ua.edu/, Email: cdlynn@ua.edu, Twitter:@Chris_Ly

Delaney Glass, Website: dglass.netlify.app/, Email: dglass1@uw.edu, Twitter: @GlassDelaney

Alexandra Niclou, Email: aniclou@nd.edu, Twitter: @fiat_Luxandra

21 min

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