Meet the Scholar: Snapshots of Intellectual Journeys

Marcia C. Inhorn, PhD, MPH, is the William K. Lanman, Jr. Professor of Anthropology and International Affairs in the Department of Anthropology and The Whitney and Betty MacMillan Center for International and Area Studies at Yale University, where she serves as Chair...

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Teaching Under Triage

“Teaching Under Triage,” By Alice Yan, The New Journal As Yale wraps up its first-ever completely online semester, five tenured Yale faculty members, most of whom have been teaching for several decades, speak about how they’ve been handling online teaching while...

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Top Influential Anthropologists Today

Considered the best of the sciences and humanities, modern anthropology necessitates an interdisciplinary approach. Among them you will see anthropologists of every race and gender, exploring complex problems with innovative solutions. These scholars are teachers,...

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Why Are Women Freezing Their Eggs

Listen to this podcast by Priscilla Posada in which Yale anthropologist Marcia C. Inhorn discusses egg freezing as a new form of fertility preservation. Prof. Inhorn has conducted a major National Science Foundation funded study of egg freezing in the US and...

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The Arab world’s silent reproductive revolution

The Arab world’s silent reproductive revolution

Changing household structures, economic growth and contraceptives prompt dramatic drop in fertility rate, study finds.by Inaara Gangji & Muhammad Chaudary Doha, Qatar - When Maryam al-Badr, 20, a Qatari female student at Northwestern University in Qatar,...

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Published Special Issue: Men and Masculinities: SAGE Journals

Published Special Issue: Men and Masculinities: SAGE Journals

Published Special Issue: Men and Masculinities: SAGE Journals "Introduction - Arab Masculinities, Anthropological Reconceptions" by Marcia C. Inhorn and Konstantina Isidoros https://doi.org/10.1177/1097184X17748168 Part I: MASCULINITY IN REVOLUTIONARY TIMES "Men of...

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