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Table ronde : Figurer la catastrophe ? Enjeux esthétiques et éducatifs

Cette table ronde aura pour objet de croiser les questionnements esthétiques et formels sur ce cinéma de la catastrophe (ses modèles : des blockbusters sur la fin du monde au cinéma d’horreur et de fantômes japonais, en passant par les films de zone comme Stalker de Tarkovski et les films sur Hiroshima), les questionnements moraux sur le positionnement du filmeur dans des paysages dévastés ou face aux victimes et familles déplacées (en discussion de l’article de Denis Lim qui dénonçait dans le New York Times du 14 mars 2012 un « tourisme du désastre » dans les films tournés à ...
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Usages politiques et sociaux du registre biomédical

Bauer SusanneModeling population health. Reflections on the performativity of epidemiological techniques in the age of genomics Like accounting in the world of business, practices of quantification at the population level are ubiquitous in the health sciences. Risk reasoning has become the common sense mode of knowledge production in the health sciences. Risk assessment techniques of modern epidemiology also co-shape the ways genomic data are translated into population health. The products of these computational practices – risk figures – fold into the very configurations of health matters, co-shaping the body politic in biomedical science, clinical practice and everyday life. In preventive medicine, ...
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Randomised controlled trials, health agencies and consumer organisations

Randomised controlled trials, health agencies and consumer organisations: the case of Intrinsa and FlibanserinRandomized controlled trials (RCT) are now considered the ‘gold standard’ of clinical evidence (Timmermans, Berg, 2003), providing scientific and clinical proof, opening the door to the approval of new treatments by local health agencies, and legitimizing the use of a treatment. The studies of male circumcision for HIV prevention in several countries in Southern Africa constitute one of the clearest examples of such a use of RCTs by international public health agencies (WHO, UNAIDS), who here based the development of a public health recommendation on the publication ...
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Geographies of responsibility: Spatial and temporal domaining in virtual drug development

Global health’s new ‘geographies of responsibility’: Spatial and temporal domaining in virtual drug developmentThe organization, funding and implementation of global health research is undergoing transformative change. The effective development of new therapies against tropical diseases requires, we are told, new forms of collaboration between private and public actors. Pharmaceutical companies, academic research institutions and philanthropic organizations must join forces in drug development. Over the last decade, a plethora of public-private partnerships have emerged to tackle perceived ‘market failure’. Along with patent pools, online databases of proprietary assets, and ‘open laboratories’, these arrangements are changing the landscape of property relations across ...
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Gouverner (par) les bactéries: la surveillance épidémiologique comme « dispositif-frontière »

Governing (through) bacteria: epidemiological surveillance as "boundary-device". The case of antimicrobial resistance in veterinary medicineThe problem of antimicrobial resistance emerged in the late 1990's. Most of bacteria being zoonotic, it concerns human medicine as well as veterinary medicine. In November 2011, the French ministry of Agriculture implemented a plan for the fight against antimicrobial resistance in veterinary medicine in order to better control the use of antibiotics in livestock production. One of the main measures of this policy is to reinforce the epidemiological surveillance system of bacteria of animal origin : the "Resapath". This presentation aims at studying how this epidemiological ...
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Samples as Sentinels : Anticipating Emerging Diseases at the Human/Animal Interface

Samples as Sentinels : Anticipating Emerging Diseases at the Human/Animal InterfaceRecent works have been produced at the crossroads of medical anthropology and science studies on the conservation of human tissues in biobanks (Radin 2013). These biobanks allow to answer questions that had not been formulated at the time of the sampling. They also meet the challenge of the extension of consent over the time of clinical research (Weir and Olick 2004). The notion of informed consent is problematic when it is applied to populations who don’t conceive one’s body in terms of individual property. How are these problems reformulated when samples ...
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The medicalization of male sexuality and the creation of public policies in Brazil

The medicalization of male sexuality and the creation of public policies in BrazilThis research deals with the medicalization of male sexuality considering two distinct historical processes. The first one refers to the great movement for intervention on male sexuality occurred in the early twentieth century in Brazil around the syphilis and the broader fight against venereal diseases. The second concerns the medicalization of sexuality through a focus on erectile dysfunction and the so called andropause and the creation of a new and inescapable pharmacology of sex in the transition to the twenty-first century. The theoretical approach is based on anthropology ...
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