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Topics : Anthropology, reproduction, HIV, Cambodia, India

Funding agencies: ANRS, Sidaction

Project director: Pr. Alice Desclaux (CReCSS)

Pascale Hancart Petitet is an anthropologist, research fellow at  the Centre de Recherche Cultures, Santé, Societies (CReCSS), Universite Paul Cézanne, Aix-Marseille III, France. Previously, she has been involved during eight years in humanitarian projects (in Mauritania, Angola, Pakistan and Afghanistan) mostly focused on maternal and child health issues. Her works and publications mainly concern the social construction of birth practices at the time of AIDS in India including the volume Maternités en Inde du Sud (2008), issued from her PhD, and various chapter related to birth in Himalaya, Mother to child transmission of HIV, Birth rites, and the knowledge and practices of traditional birth attendants in Southern India. Since january 2008, her research focus on politics of reproduction in Cambodia.



She founded the Human Sciences Happy Hours in October 2008.


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