Paul Mason is a Lecturer at the School of Social Sciences, Monash University. Paul is an anthropologist, who works on a range of topics relating to the human body, from the ways we learn new skills to the ways we acquire and experience disease. His research is often overseas, and has worked with arts communities in Indonesia and Brazil, religious minorities in India and Brazil, and people living with infectious disease in Vietnam and Papua New Guinea. Over the last few years, he has been working on tuberculosis, the worlds biggest cause of death from an infectious disease.
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