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Illustration courtesy of NIH Nanotechnology Image Library collection.

Illustration courtesy of NIH Nanotechnology Image Library collection.

Episode 2: Irus Braverman discusses medical posthumanities.

Published August 7, 2020

Episode 2 of the podcast features UB School of Law professor Irus Braverman discussing her upcoming workshop, Medical Posthumanities: Governing Health Beyond the Human. Braverman's work explores holistic approaches to health that include scientific, natural science discussions between ecologists and virologists that also takes into consideration social and cultural understandings and also legal norms.

Keywords: Health and Society, Legal Geographies, Social Justice and Social Change, Environmental Studies Law and Policy, Culture and Society.

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Irus Braverman, Professor, School of Law, University at Buffalo

Research Focus: Animal Studies, Law and Geography, Law and Society, Legal Ethnography, Science and Technology Studies
Irus Braverman.

Irus Braverman

Irus Braverman is Professor of Law and Adjunct Professor of Geography at the University at Buffalo, where she teaches Wildlife and Biodiversity Law, Law and Genetics, Israel/Palestine: Environmental Justice Issues, and topics related to law and animals. Her main interests lie in the interdisciplinary study of law, geography, and anthropology. Writing within this nexus, Braverman has conducted ethnographic research of illegal houses, trees, checkpoints, public toilets, and zoos. Visit faculty profile, here.

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