Kuru, Prions, and Human Affairs: Thinking About Epidemics

@article{Lindenbaum2001KuruPA,
  title={Kuru, Prions, and Human Affairs: Thinking About Epidemics},
  author={S. Lindenbaum},
  journal={Annual Review of Anthropology},
  year={2001},
  volume={30},
  pages={363-385}
}
▪ Abstract The study of epidemics provides a unique point of entry for examining the relationships among cultural assumptions, institutional forms, and states of mind. The Black Death is said to have contributed to the emergence of nation states, the rise of mercantile economies, and the religious movements that led to the Reformation. It may also have brought about new ways of understanding God, the meaning of death, and the role of authority in religious and social life. Cholera induced a… Expand
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