39: HealthUp one level
September 1998: Our personal health is crucially connected to our socio-cultural situation.
- Introduction: The Critical Cure
Jillian Sandell, Steven Rubio
Our personal health is crucially connected to our socio-cultural situation.
- Chronic Honeymoon Cystitis
About two years ago, I realized that my recurring cystitis really is chronic. It's probably not going to go away.
- Open Up and Say Aaaahhhh: Deploying the Metaphor of Political Health
It is distressing how little critical reflection takes place at the popular level about the state of American democratic politics.
- Dirty Laundry
No health care, no joy. No joy, and we're in the underground with Dostoevsky. Our collective laundry is still dirty.
- Smells Like a Chlorine Conspiracy
You don't hear them announcing this on their television commercials, but Brita is a wholly-owned subsidiary of The Clorox Company.
- The Chinese State and Everyday AIDS Practices in the Borderlands
Sandra Teresa Hyde
Many Chinese view AIDS as not only a foreign disease, but a barbaric one at that.
Ingrate -- workers and their addictions -- a cartoon
- Slice, Dice, and Julienne: The Politics of Sterilization
Vasectomy turned out to have a lot more political, social, and symbolic significance than I had expected.
- Elvis Healed?!?! A Report from His Memphis Conference
Elvis Presley's evocative recordings and performances are now too often overshadowed by the gross self-parody he became.