Alcoholism in the post-Soviet clinic (paper)

Eugene Raikhel
University of ChicagoComparative Human Development, Faculty Member
Governing habits: Treating Alcoholism in the Post-Soviet Clinic

Critics of narcology—as addiction medicine is called in Russia—decry it as being “backward,” hopelessly behind contemporary global medical practices in relation to addiction and substance abuse, and assume that its practitioners lack both professionalism and expertise. On the basis of his research in a range of clinical institutions managing substance abuse in St. Petersburg, Eugene Raikhel increasingly came to understand that these assumptions and critiques obscured more than they revealed. Governing Habits is an ethnography of extraordinary sensitivity and awareness that shows how…

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