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Experiences and politics of human, animal and environmental health "crises" [special issue]

Authors: Baxerres, Carine; Dussy, Dorothée; Musso, Sandrine;

Experiences and politics of human, animal and environmental health "crises" [special issue]

Abstract

This volume of Anthropologie & Santé follows three study days organized in spring 2019 at the Centre Norbert Elias, then opened to other researchers. Its preparation was telescoped by the global "crisis" of Covid-19, which the proposed articles do not directly document but which they allow to put into perspective. The introduction to the volume, on the other hand, makes extensive reference to it. We explore the polysemy of the notion of "crisis" and attempt to understand its heuristic scope in social sciences, whether it is taken in its "objective" meanings or whether it is mobilized for purposes that are made explicit by social actors. We choose to look under the same light at "crises" in human, animal and environmental health in various contexts, through a delivery of texts on various thematic objects. The visibility or invisibility of "crises", the limits of scientific expertise, the preponderance of capitalism, the importance of questions of temporality and scales of observation, both political and global and intimate and local, we highlight different social phenomena and stages that mark the experiences of "crisis" in health.; Ce dossier d’Anthropologie & Santé fait suite à trois journées d’études organisées au printemps 2019 au Centre Norbert Elias, puis ouvert à d’autres chercheurs. Sa préparation a été télescopée par la « crise » mondiale du Covid-19, que les articles proposés ne documentent pas directement mais qu’ils permettent de mettre en perspective. L’introduction du dossier y fait par contre largement mention. Nous explorons la polysémie de la notion de « crise » et tentons d’appréhender sa portée heuristique dans les sciences sociales, qu’elle soit prise dans ses acceptions « objectives » ou qu’elle soit mobilisée à des fins qui sont explicitées par les acteurs sociaux. Nous choisissons de regarder sous la même lampe les « crises » en santé humaine, animale et environnementale dans des contextes divers, à travers une livraison de textes portant sur des objets thématiques variés. Mise en visibilité ou invisibilité de « crises », limites de l’expertise scientifique, place prépondérante du capitalisme, importance des questions de temporalités et des échelles d’observation, à la fois politiques et globales et intimes et locales, nous mettons en évidence différents phénomènes sociaux et étapes qui jalonnent les expériences de la « crise » en santé.

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crise sanitaire, [SHS.ANTHRO-SE]Humanities and Social Sciences/Social Anthropology and ethnology, crise environnementale

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