Medical anthropology, political anthropology, anthropology of expertise, borders, Ethno-nationalism, medical neutrality, anthropology of the Middle East, Israel/Palestine.
My present work considers border-work in the Israeli Health system. It examines the intersections of professional and national borderlands, and how medicine and politics intertwine at these borders.
- Ph.D. - University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill 2018, Cultural and Medical Anthropology
- M.A. - Hebrew University of Jerusalem 2011, Social Anthropology (Magna Cum Laude)
- B.A. - Hebrew University of Jerusalem 2009, Sociology-Anthropology and Psychology (Magna Cum Laude)
- Shalev, Guy. 2016. A Doctor’s Testimony: Medical Neutrality and the Visibility of Palestinian Grievances in Jewish-Israeli Publics. Culture, Medicine, and Psychiatry 40(2), 242-262.