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Bio

How do women experiences their bodies in illness and medicalization situations? In addressing this question, I combine theoretical philosophical insights with qualitative social scientific research methods. I specifically focus on: menopause, chronic fatigue syndrome, infertility and breast cancer.

See: www.marjoleindeboer.net

Teaching

MA Health Humanities | 6 ECTS | 'The normal and the abnormal'

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Courses

Recent publications

  1. Melancholie en rouw in onvruchtbaarheidsbehandelingen

    de Boer, M. (2020). Melancholie en rouw in onvruchtbaarheidsbehandelingen. Bij Nader Inzien.
  2. The Empirical and the Philosophical in Empirical Bioethics - Time for…

    Zeiler, K., & de Boer, M. (Accepted/In press). The Empirical and the Philosophical in Empirical Bioethics: Time for a Conceptual Turn. American Journal of Bioethics - Empirical Bioethics.
  3. Beyond pathology. Women’s lived experiences of melancholy and mournin…

    de Boer, M., Bondevik, H., & Solbraekke, K. N. (2019). Beyond pathology. Women’s lived experiences of melancholy and mourning in infertility treatment. BMJ Medical Humanities.
  4. In/fertile monsters. The emancipatory significance of representations…

    de Boer, M., Archetti, C., & Solbraekke, K. N. (2019). In/fertile monsters. The emancipatory significance of representations of women on infertility reality TV. Journal of Medical Humanities.
  5. Maakbare vrouwen? Zelfzorg in onvruchtbaarheidsbehandelingen

    de Boer, M. (2019). Maakbare vrouwen? Zelfzorg in onvruchtbaarheidsbehandelingen. Wijsgerig perspectief.

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