Anahí Viladrich is a sociologist and medical anthropologist originally from Argentina. Her research and writing intertwines the field of migration studies, culture and health. As a full professor at the City University of New York, she combines her work as a researcher and teacher with her passion for mentoring younger generations of scholars.
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Botánicas as “Invisible Pharmacies”: Afro-Caribbean Religions and their Role in the Latino Population of New York CityWednesday, September 23, 2020 - 14:30 0
Considered the “visible door to the invisible world” of Afro-Caribbean religions, botánicas are dispensaries that offer natural medicines, magical objects, and spiritual consultations...