Pèdisyon and Indispozisyon: Reproductive Illness and Embodied Experience in Haiti

This thesis explores anthropological documentation of reproductive illnesses in Haiti and how these illnesses shape maternal and infant health outcomes. Through examining gender roles, health infrastructure, and medical beliefs in Haiti, I provide context for a framework that posits these illnesses as embodied history, trauma, and experience.

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