Luna de Araujo

A doctoral researcher at the Institute for Sociological Research of the University of Geneva, Luna de Araujo obtained a Bachelor's degree in Ethnology at the University of Neuchâtel, followed by a Master's degree in Anthropology and Sociology at the Graduate Institute of International and Development Studies. Her research is mainly in the fields of anthropology and sociology of health and medicine. She draws on the contributions of gender and disability studies to understand daily experiences of chronic pain and chronic illnesses, as well as their social and political implications.

Tenir le rythme Composer avec la douleur, négocier sa chronicité. Peer review

Luna de Araujo | 15.01.2021

The medical and social recognition and treatments of persistent pain vary according to the diagnosed diseases and the social, economic and family situations in which the affected persons find themselves. Some repetitions and disruptions underlying and common to the experiences of the women who participated in this research nevertheless make it possible to understand the entanglement of the biological, material, practical and structural aspects that shape the chronicity of their pain. Through Flora Weill's story, her painful trajectory and [...]