dhr. dr. M. (Mutsumi) Karasaki
Faculteit der Maatschappij- en Gedragswetenschappen
Programmagroep: Political Sociology: Power, Place and Difference
Nieuwe Achtergracht 166 Amsterdam
1001 NA Amsterdam
I joined the UvA in December 2015 as a postdoctoral researcher. I am currently involved in an ethnographic panel study entitled Growing (up) in Amsterdam: eating, moving and sleeping in households with young children.
In my PhD project at Monash University, which I completed in 2015, I examined experiences of people whose spouse had a stroke at a relatively young age. My research interests focus on the intersections between family care and institutional and policy practices, with specific emphasis on early childhood eating, and disability care.
You can find me on:
- Karasaki, M., Warren, N., & Manderson, L. (2017). Orchestrating home: experiences of spousal stroke care. Medicine, Anthropology, Theory. [details]
- Karasaki, M. (2016). Stuck in the Blind Spot: Experiences of Spousal Stroke Care. In The Society for Applied Anthropology Annual Meeting, Vancouver, Canada. [details]
- Karasaki, M. (2016). “Your whole world’s turned into chaos”: Reconfiguring spousal relationships after stroke. In Conference: American Anthropological Association Annual Meeting, At Minneapolis, MN. [details]
- Karasaki, M., Veltkamp, G., & Bröer, C. (2016). Engaging with infants: Making of subjectivity in everyday infant eating, sleeping, and body movement practices. In British Sociological Association Medical Sociology Group Annual Conference, Birmingham, England.. [details]
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