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Awah, Paschal Kum, Alphonse Um Boock, Ferdinand Mou, Joseph Tohnain Koin, Evaristus Mbah Anye, Djeunga Noumen, Mark Nichter, and Stop Buruli Consortium. 2018. "Developing a Buruli Ulcer Community of Practice in Bankim, Cameroon: A Model for Buruli Ulcer Outreach in Africa." PLoS Neglected Tropical Diseases 12 (3): e0006238.

Briggs, Charles L. and Mark Nichter. 2009. "Biocommunicability and the Biopolitics of Pandemic Threats." Medical Anthropology 28 (3): 189-198.

Dutt, Ashok K., Rais Akhtar, and Melinda McVeigh. 2006. "Surat Plague of 1994 Re-Examined." The Southeast Asian Journal of Tropical Medicine and Public Health 37, no. 4: 755.

Mason, Katherine A.2016 The Correct Secret: Discretion and Hypertransparency in Chinese Biosecurity.Focaal: Journal of Global and Historical Anthropology 2016(75): 45-58.

Mason, Katherine A. 2015 H1N1 is not a Chinese Virus: The Racialization of People and Viruses in Post-SARS China. Studies in Comparative International Development 50(4): 500-518. 

Mason, Katherine A. 2012 Mobile Migrants, Mobile Germs: Migration, Contagion, and Boundary-Building in Shenzhen, China after SARS. Medical Anthropology 31(2): 113-131. 

Mason, Katherine A. 2010 Becoming Modern After SARS: Battling the H1N1 Pandemic and the Politics of Backwardness in China’s Pearl River Delta. Behemoth 2010(3): 8-35.

Padmawati, Siwi and Mark Nichter. "Community Response to Avian Flu in Central Java, Indonesia." Anthropology & Medicine 15, no. 1 (2008): 31-51.

Rosenberg, Charles E. The Cholera Years: The United States in 1832, 1849, and 1866. Chicago: University of Chicago Press, 1987.


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