Dr. Ken MacLeish, assistant professor, is the author of Making War at Fort Hood: Life and Uncertainty in a Military Community, Princeton University Press in 2013. The book is an ethnography of the bodily and affective dimensions of military life and describes the everyday experience of war making for soldiers and military families. His current work examines how medicine, violence, and individual experience intersect in Army behavioral health programs, soldier suicide, and diagnosis and disability evaluation in Army and VA medical care. For more information or to order the book, please visit http://press.princeton.edu/titles/9963.html
What the Bland case says about stereotypes. The arrest and death of Sandra Bland has raised questions about the perception of black women in America. Danielle Moodie-Mills and Dr. Jonathan Metzl join to discuss.
Church shooter facing hate crime charges. Charleston church shooting suspect Dylan Roof will be arraigned on new federal hate crime charges. Jonathan Metzl and Vince Warren join to discuss
MHS Professor Derek Griffith featured in Vanderbilt’s No Shame, No Blame: Secrets to Living Well video