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Jocelyn Chua earned her PhD in Anthropology from Stanford University. As a medical anthropologist, she is broadly interested in the global proliferation of mental health sciences and therapies and how they transform people’s lived experiences and relations with others, particularly in response to death and violence in the contemporary world. Her current research examines the use of psychiatric medications in war by the US military. She teaches courses such as ANTH 147 Comparative Healing Systems, ANTH 405 Mental Health, Psychiatry and Culture, and ANTH 430 War, Medicine and the Military.

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