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Thursday, May 23, 2019

New Special Issue from Global Public Health

From: Global Public Health
Sent: Monday, May 20, 2019 10:41 AM
Subject: New Special Issue from Global Public Health

Please join Global Public Health in celebrating the launch of our newest special issue:

This special issue considers the legacy of the Latin American Social Medicine and Collective Health (LASM-CH) movements and other key approaches—including human rights activism and popular opposition to neoliberal governance—that have each distinguished struggles for collective health in Latin America during the 20th and now into the 21st century.

At a time when global health worldwide has been pushed to adopt increasingly conservative agendas in the wake of global financial crisis, the rise of radical-right populist politics, and the rupture of liberal democratic regimes, attention to legacies of Latin America’s epistemological innovations and social movement action are especially warranted. Examining the nexus of activism, policy, and health equity, the collection advances understanding of health politics in the region and the lessons they offer.

This special issue includes four Free Access articles. We invite you to share the links to these articles (see below) and details about the special issue across your networks.

Richard Parker, Editor in Chief

Featuring 4 Free Access Papers

Social inequities and contemporary struggles for collective health in Latin America
Emily E. Vasquez, Amaya Perez-Brumer, and Richard G. Parker

Social Medicine and International Expert Networks in Latin America, 1930-1945
Eric Carter

Latin American social medicine across borders: South–South cooperation and the making of health solidarity
Anne-Emanuelle Birn & Carles Muntaner

Revisiting the social determinants of health agenda from the global South
Elis Borde & Mario Hernández

My source:
Spirit of 1848 Listserve. WWW.SPIRITOF1848.ORG