Susan Levine is an Associate Professor of Anthropology and Head of Anthropology at The University of Cape Town in South Africa. Her areas of interest include medical and visual anthropology with an emerging new focus in Health Humanities and the Arts. Susan’s research includes work on children’s work in South Africa’s wine industry, decolonial pedagogies in higher education, toxic landscapes and childhood poisoning, HIV/AIDS and the militarization of COVID-19 globally. Her books include Medicine and the Politics of Knowledge (HSRC Press 2021) ; Children of A Bitter Harvest (HSRC Press 2013) and At The Foot of the Volcano: Reflections on Teaching at a South African University (HSRC Press 2018). If interested, you can check out Susan’s MOOC called ‘Medicine and the Arts’, which is free on Future Learn.