We are now facing an unprecedented moment in the history of global health, in which infectious diseases such as HIV/AIDS, malaria, and tuberculosis are no longer peripheral concerns but primary targets of bilateral aid programs, philanthropy, and research. The Critical Anthropology of Global Health Special Interest Group of the Society for Medical Anthropology is committed to bringing a critical perspective to global health that encompasses factors that contribute to the maldistribution of disease, health care inequities, and problems in health care management, within a biopolitical environment.

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