Una etnografía sobre personas viviendo con sida

Evangelina Anahí Bidegain, del Centro de Investigaciones y Estudios Superiores en Antropología Social, Ciudad de México, comenta el libro “Cuando la enfermedad se silencia” en el último número de HCSM.

Two views on malaria

This research compares two views of malaria in the Amazon that coexisted side by side during the First Brazilian Republic (1889-1930). April 25, World Malaria Day.

La epidemia de cólera (1886-1887) en Mendoza, Argentina

Este artículo analiza los discursos de los actores políticos realizados durante y después de las pestes.

A statement on science and technology in Brazil

The Deliberative Council of Oswaldo Cruz Foundation (Fiocruz) – after a meeting on April 5, 2019 – has joined other scientific institutions to express intense concern about the cuts in the Federal Budget, announced by the Brazilian Ministry of Finance on March 29.

Health is not a commodity

See the Brazilian Contribution (Oswaldo Cruz Foundation and National Health Council) to the Global Conference on Primary Health Care, Astana, October 2018.

Historias de la poliomielitis

En el día mundial contra la polio preparamos una compilación de textos sobre el tema, una herramienta muy útil para investigadores.

Our journal on the 25th ICHST

The editor’s letter of our latest issue (July/Sept. 2017) highlights the strong impact of the “global turn” on the history of science.

La fiebre amarilla: la enfermedad y la vacuna

El libro de Jaime Benchimol, editor adjunto de HCS-Manguinhos ahora está disponible para descargar de forma gratuita.

Some facts about vector-borne diseases

A brief interview with Jocelyn Raude about the ZIKAlliance project and the role of social science research for the understanding of epidemics.

Human sciences against zika

Researchers of the international consortium ZIKAlliance gathered at Fiocruz to discuss the social aspects of the disease, such as the effects of campaigns and sexual rights.