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Author: Arthur Kleinman

Arthur Kleinman is Professor of Medical Anthropology in Social Medicine at Harvard and Professor of Psychiatry at Harvard Medical School. He is the Department Chair of Anthropology.

A.B. 1962, Stanford
M.D. 1967, Stanford
M.A. 1974, Harvard University

He was awarded the Boas Prize (the highest award of the American Anthropological Association) and is a Distinguished Life Fellow of the American Psychiatric Association. He is a member of the Institute of Medicine of the National Academies and of the American Academy of Arts and Sciences. His books include Illness Narratives: Suffering, Healing, and the Human Condition and Rethinking Psychiatry: From Cultural Category to Personal Experience

Arthur Kleinman has worked for three decades as a medical anthropologist. He has taught several generations of Harvard medical students such subjects as the social roots of disease, the doctor-patient relationship, culture and health care, the moral basis of medical practice, and he co-teaches a new course on medicine and religion. His current research includes: international mental health; cross-cultural studies of depression; the experience of chronic illness; the anthropology of social suffering; and social health policy concerning the overlap of social and health problems including substance abuse, violence and trauma and ethnicity and health. Dr. Kleinman directed the World Mental Health Report and was a member of the Steering Committee of the American Psychiatric Association-National Institute of Mental Health Taskforce on Culture and Psychiatric Diagnosis and Co-Chair of the Committee on Culture, Health and Human Development for the Social Science Research Council. He has authored more than 175 articles and five books, edited or co-edited 17 volumes, and founded the journal Culture, Medicine and Psychiatry, which he edited for a decade.

Dr. Kleinman is married to Joan, a scholar on China at Harvard. Their daughter Anne Kleinman holds a Ph.D. (Yale) in Chinese politics; their son Peter Kleinman (PhD, Cornell) is a USDA soil scientist. The Kleinman's have lived in Chinese societies for 6 of the past 30 years, and speak standard Chinese. Each year they travel to China at least once to conduct research and teaching.


Courses By Arthur Kleinman:

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878008 What Really Matters: Living a Moral Life Amidst Uncertainty 8