Tell me why my children died is a product of intrepid inquiry original analytical work and above all deep respect and care for the most vulnerable in the lower delta this book is a pathbreaking contribution to the anthropology of expert knowledge and health inequality and a powerfully crafted field guide for a global health humanities. The story concludes with the governments rejection of the preliminary diagnosis of rabies and its failure to provide an alternative the parents demand tell me why my children died was never met indigenous knowledge was not simply embodied in a decontextualized phrase like buen vivir but revealed health inequities and challenged the . Tell me why my children died rabies indigenous knowledge and communicative justice charles l briggs and clara mantini briggs durham duke university press 2016 344 pp between 2007 and 2008 32 children and six young adults were killed by rabid vampire bats in the orinoco river delta of venezuela. tell me why my children died tells the gripping story of indigenous leaders efforts to identify a strange disease that killed thirty two children and six young adults in a venezuelan rain forest between 2007 and 2008 in this pathbreaking book charles l briggs and clara mantini briggs rela. Critical global health evidence efficacy ethnography tell me why my children died rabies indigenous knowledge and communicative justice by charles l briggs charles l briggs charles l briggs is alan dundes distinguished professor in the department of anthropology university of california berkeley and the author or coauthor of ten
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