Beholden religion global health and human rights susan r holman offers a new and original lens for the role of religion in global health complements global health education efforts and touches on relevant cross disciplinary issues that are missing in most teaching materials for introductory courses on global health. Both faith based and human rights organizations work to address global health issues but divergent ideological approaches can create discord and ultimately undermine the efforts of both groups this idea examined in the book beholden religion global health and human rights has earned its author the 2016 university of louisville and . Beholden is a rich tapestry of stories deftly woven into a textured examination of religious faith and global health work the meanings we give to charity justice human rights obligations and respect and their material effects come alive in threads plaited across time and place. Addressing the interplay of religion and health and specifically concerned with parts of the developing world holmans latest book beholden religion global health and human rights seeks a multidisciplinary approach to the subject of global health frequently global health efforts are shaped by two distinct philosophies one that is . This book challenges this stereotypical polarization through stories designed to help shape a new lens on global health one that envisions a multidisciplinary integration of respect for religion and culture with an equal respect for and engagement with human rights and social justice
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