Conference presentations

Cuerpos futuros: contaminación interna y sufrimiento ambiental. (Cristina Larrea Killinger). II Jornadas de la Red de Antropología y Salud en Argentina. Trayectorias antropológicas y trabajo en salud: diálogos, intersecciones y desafíos (Buenos Aires, Argentina / November, 2019).

As janelas do cuidado: experiências na procura da saúde. (Cristina Larrea Killinger). Encontro científico do Centro de Estudos Sociais da Universidade de Coimbra. (Coimbra, Portugal / November, 2019). 

Comendo incertezas: contaminantes ambientais durante a gravidez e o aleitamento materno. (Cristina Larrea Killinger). Ciclo de conferências organizado pelo Centro de Investigaçao em Antropologia da Saúde (CIAS) da Universidade de Coimbra. (Coimbra, Portugal / October, 2019).

(Dis)Trust of pregnant and breastfeeding women in relation to food risks and the chemical substances present in the food. (Araceli Muñoz Garcia, Cristina Larrea Killinger). 19th IUAES World Congress. World Solidarities. (Poznan, Polonia / August 2019).

La observadora observada. Incomodidad(es) en las relaciones investigadora-participantes en una etnografía online”. (Arantza Begueria). V Congreso Internacional de Antropología AIBR. Pensar culturas, cambiar mundos (Madrid / July 2019).

Riesgo, Seguridad y confianza en la alimentación de proximidad y ecológica durante la lactancia y el embarazo. (Cristina Larrea Killinger, Araceli Muñoz Garcia, Arantza Begueria Muñoz, Maria Clara de Moraes Prata Gaspar). V Congreso Internacional del Observatorio de la Alimentación y la Fundación Alicia “Patrimonios Alimentarios, Turismos y Sostenibilidades”. (Barcelona / June, 2019).

Representacions socioculturals de les dones embarassades i lactants sobre la confiança i desconfiança al voltant del risc alimentari i les substàncies químiques presents als aliments. (Araceli Muñoz Garcia, Cristina Larrea Killinger, Montse Fàbregas Mitjans). IV Col·loqui Medical Anthropology Research Center (MARC). (Tarragona / May, 2019).

Resultats estudi contaminants ambientals en l’alimentació: Embaràs i lactància (St. Feliu Llobregat). (Montse Fàbregas). Placec/Organitzation: ASSIR del Baix Llobregat (Cornellà de Llobregat / 15/01/2019).

Presentation of the guide: Contaminantes químicos ambientales presentes en los alimentos. Guía de recomendación a mujeres embarazadas y lactantes. (Eva Zafra, Lina Casadó, Cristina Larrea-Killinger, Araceli Muñoz i Juan Pedro Arrebola). III Coloquio MARC : La antropología médica en acción: investigar, analizar y pensar los nuevos retos en salud. Organized by: Medical Anthropological Research Center (MARC)- Universitat Rovira i Virgili (URV). (Tarragona / 9/05/2018).

Trust, distrust and perception of food risks in pregnant and breastfeeding women in the town of Flix. Preliminary ethnography outcomes. (Lina Casadó & Cristina Larrea-Killinger). XIV Congreso de Antropología de la FAAEE. Antropologías en transformación: sentidos, compromisos y utopías (Valencia / September 2017)

Trust and responsibility in food consumption of pregnant and breastfeeding mothers in Spain: narratives and ethnographies about the risks of internal pollution by PTC. (Cristina Larrea- Killinger & Arantza Begueria). XIV Congreso de Antropología de la FAAEE. Antropologías en transformación: sentidos, compromisos y utopías (Valencia / September 2017).

Delving into the silence: environmental and health risk perception in two industrial−rural communities in Spain. (Cristina Larrea-Killinger). CASCA/IUAES Mo(u)vement International. Panel Title: Poison, Movements and Communities (Ottawa, Canada / 2017).

Giving voice to pregnant and breastfeeding women. How they construct trust and distrust in food regarding the presence of chemical substances. (Araceli Muñoz & Montse Fábregas). CASCA/IUAES Mo(u)vement International. Panel Title: Collaborative uncertainties and the politics of knowledge production (Ottawa, Canada 2017).

Toxic exposures and body transformations in Catalonia, Spain. (Cristina Larrea-Killinger & Araceli Muñoz). IUAES International Congress 2016. World anthropologies and privatization of knowledge: engaging anthropology in public (Dubrovnik, Croacia / 2016).

The boundaries of the body: perceived risk of internal contamination by chemical compounds. (Cristina Larrea-Killinger & Araceli Muñoz). Congresso da Associação Portuguesa de Antropologia: Futuros Disputados (Coimbra, Portugal / 2016).

An interdisciplinary approach to ethnographic dialogue. (Montserrat Fábregas, Lina Casado, Miguel Company, Araceli Muñoz & Cristina Larrea-Killinger). II Congreso Internacional de la Red Iberoamericana de Antropología (AIBR). Identidad, puentes, umbrales y muros- Barcelona. (Barcelona / 2016).

Food practices aimed at preventing or reducing exposure to chemical substances. (Aina Palou, Araceli Muñoz, A., Cristina Larrea-Killinger, Montserrat Fábregas). IV Congreso Internacional Observatorio de la Alimentación y Fundación Alicia. Otras maneras de comer: Elecciones, convicciones, restricciones (Barcelona / 2015).

Toxic Bodies in Spain. Discourses on toxic effects of internal chemical contamination by pesticides. (Cristina Larrea Killinger y Araceli Muñoz). Pesticides and Global Health Seminar, organized by the Department of Social Anthropology of University of Durham (Durham / 2015).

The responsibility for persistent chemical substances and toxic compounds (PTC): an anthropological perspective of the risks. (Araceli Muñoz, Cristinal Larrea, Eva Zafra & Arantza Beguería). XIII Congreso de Antropología de la FAAEE: Periferias, fronteras y diálogos (Tarragona / 2014).

Internal Pollution by Environmental Compounds in Risk Societies: An Anthropological Reflection about Trust and Distrust in Food and Environmental Toxicity. (Cristina Larrea, Araceli Muñoz & Eva Zafra). International Conference: Encounters and Engagements: Creating New Agendas for Medical Anthropology (Tarragona / 2013).

Toxic Body in Spain: New Socialities, Subjectivities and Moralities. (Cristina Larrea, Araceli Muñoz, Jaume Mascaró & Eva Zafra). Conference VII: Medical Anthropology at Home. (Landgoed de Hortst / 2012).

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