The Journal of Research in Sickness and Society is an interdisciplinary journal which has a theoretical background in medical anthropology.
The aim and purpose of the journal is to promote and develop research in the borderland between the health sciences and the humanities/the social sciences.
The goal of the journal is to function as a forum in which these disciplines may meet and inspire each other – epistemologically, methodologically and theoretically. The journal conveys the debate and theoretical development which takes place in the growing collaboration and research initiatives emerging from this borderland.
The journal addresses all with an interest in research in sickness and society and especially health professionals working with education and/or research in interdisciplinary institutions.
Students and employees at Aarhus University have access to the newest volumes of the journal by searching the catalogue of the State and University Library: http://www.statsbiblioteket.dk/search/showrecord.jsp?record_id=etss_1604-3405