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Volume 8 , Number 1
April 2020

Michael C. Ennis-McMillan and Kristin Hedges – Open Anthropology.
Sinks for the Press: Cholera and the State Performance of Power at the Dominican Border
Kyrstin Mallon Andrews – The Journal of Latin American and Caribbean Anthropology. Volume 23, Issue 2:338-362 (2017)
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Theorizing Modernity Conspiratorially: Science, Scale, and the Political Economy of Public Discourse in Explanations of a Cholera Epidemic
Charles L. Briggs – American Ethnologist. Volume 32, Issue 2:164-187 (2004)
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Material Proximities and Hotspots: Toward an Anthropology of Viral Hemorrhagic Fevers
Hannah Brown and Ann H. Kelly – Medical Anthropology Quarterly. Volume 28, Issue 2:280-303 (2014)
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The Semiotics of Security: Infectious Disease Research and the Biopolitics of Informational Bodies in the United States
Carlo Caduff – Cultural Anthropology. Volume 27, Issue 2:333– 57 (2012)
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Suffering from Water: Social Origins of Bodily Distress in a Mexican Community
Michael C. Ennis-McMillan – Medical Anthropology Quarterly. Volume 15, Issue 3:368-90 (2001)
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Cell Phones ≠ Self and Other Problems with Big Data Detection and Containment during Epidemics
Susan L. Erikson – Medical Anthropology Quarterly. Volume 32, Issue 3:315-339 (2018)
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Sending Sickness: Sorcery, Politics and Changing Concepts of AIDS in Rural Haiti
Paul Farmer – Medical Anthropology Quarterly. Volume 4, Issue 1:6-17 (1990)
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AIDS and Anthropologists: Ten Years Later
Paul Farmer – Medical Anthropology Quarterly. Volume 11, Issue 4:516-525 (1997)
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Wild Goose Chase: The Displacement of Influenza Research in the Fields of Poyang Lake, China
Lyle Fearnley – Cultural Anthropology. Volume 30, Issue 1:12-35 (2015)
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Outliving Death: Ebola, Zombies, and the Politics of Saving Lives
Veronica Gomez-Temesio – American Anthropologist. Volume 120, Issue 4:738-751 (2018)
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The Generic Biothreat, or, How We Became Unprepared
Andrew Lakoff – Cultural Anthropology. Volume 23, Issue 3:399-428 (2008)
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Viral Clouds: Becoming H5N1 in Indonesia
Celia Lowe – Cultural Anthropology. Volume 25, Issue 4:625-649 (2010)
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Kyasanur Forest Disease: An Ethnography of a Disease of Development
Mark Nichter – Medical Anthropology Quarterly. Volume 1, Issue 4:406-423 (1987)
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What Can Critical Medical Anthropology Contribute to Global Health?
James Pfeiffer and Mark Nichter – Medical Anthropology Quarterly. Volume 22, Issue 4:410-415 (2008)
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Bird Flu Biopower: Strategies for Multispecies Coexistence in Việt Nam
Natalie Porter – American Ethnologist. Volume 40, Issue 1:132-148 (2013)
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Post-Katrina, Pre-Pandemic America
Monica Schoch-Spana – Anthropology News. Volume 47, Issue 1:32-36 (2008)
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Syndemics and Public Health: Reconceptualizing Disease in Bio-Social Context
Merill Singer and Scott Clair – Medical Anthropology Quarterly. Volume 17, Issue 4:423-441 (2003)
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Theorizing (Vaccine) Refusal: Through the Looking Glass
Elisa J. Sobo – Cultural Anthropology. Volume 31, Volume 3:342-350 (2016)
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Book Review of Zika: From the Brazilian Backlands to Global Threat, Debroah Diniz, translated by Diane Groskalus Whitty
Jeni Stolow and Arachu Castro – Medical Anthropology Quarterly. Volume 32, Issue 4 (2018)
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Civet Cats, Fried Grasshoppers, and David Beckham's Pajamas: Unruly Bodies After SARS
Mei Zhan – American Anthropologist. Volume 107 Issue 1:31-42 (2005)
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