Recent Publications

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Article or Chapter

  • Mugler, Johanna (2019) "Regulatory Capture? Fiscal Anthropological Insights into the Heart of Contemporary Statehood." in The Journal of Legal Pluralism and Unofficial Law 50 (3):379-395. → https://doi.org/10.1080/07329113.2018.1557434
  • Moradi, Fazil (2019) "Un translatable Death, Evidentiary Bodies: After-Auschwitz and Murambi-in Translation." in Critical Studies 4:137-156.
  • Moradi, Faraidoun, Mia Söderberg, Fazil Moradi, Bledar Daka, Anna-Carin Olin, Mona Lärstad (2019) "Health perspectives among Halabja’s civilian survivors of sulfur mustard exposure with respiratory symptoms - A qualitative study." in PLoS ONE 14(6):e0218648. → https://doi.org/10.1371/journal.pone.0218648
  • Mugler, Johanna and Corinne Schwaller (2019) "Visionen bedeuten Hoffnung in einer Zukunft ohne Arbeit." in Uni Aktuell, Uni Bern, 28.5.2019. → https://www.uniaktuell.unibe.ch/2019/visionen_bedeuten_hoffnung_in_einer_zukunft_ohne_arbeit/index_ger.html
  • Erikson, Susan (2019) "Faking global health." in Critical Public Health 29 (4):508-516 → https://doi.org/10.1080/09581596.2019.1601159
  • Moradi, Fazil, and Richard Rottenburg (2019) "Tele-evidence - On the Translatability of Modernity's Violence." in Critical Studies 4:5-23.
  • Moradi, Fazil (2019) "Extremhögern skapar bilden av invandraren: Rasismen är både världspolitik och våldspolitik." in Bohusläningen.https://www.bohuslaningen.se/%C3%A5sikt/debatt-och-ins%C3%A4ndare/extremh%C3%B6gern-skapar-bilden-av-invandraren-1.13425341
  • Moradi, Fazil (2019) "Turkish frozen chicken, eggs, and falling bombs on the Kurdistan Region." in NRT.http://www.nrttv.com/en/birura-details.aspx?authorid=22&Articleid=49
  • Breckenridge, Keith (2019) "The Failure of the ‘Single Source of Truth about Kenyans’ : The National Digital Registry System, Collateral Mysteries and the Safaricom Monopoly" in African Studies 78 (1).
  • Farman, Abou, and Richard Rottenburg (2019) "Measures of future health, from the nonhuman to the planetary. An introductory essay." in Medicine Anthropology Theory 6 (3):1–28. → https://doi.org/10.17157/mat.6.3.659
  • Calkins, Sandra (2019) "Health as growth: Bananas, humanitarian biotech, and human-plant histories in Uganda." in Medicine Anthropology Theory 6 (3):29-53. → https://doi.org/10.17157/mat.6.3.658
  • Erikson, Susan (2019) "Global health futures? Reckoning with a pandemic bond." in Medicine Anthropology Theory 6 (3):77-108. → https://doi.org/10.17157/mat.6.3.664
  • Reis-Castro, Luísa (2019) "Histórias of Zika / Histórias de Zika" in Somatospherehttp://somatosphere.net/2019/historias-of-zika.html/
  • Giese, Karsten, Laurence Marfaing, and Alena Thiel (2019) "Introduction: From Rejection to Social Change" in Chinese and African Entrepreneurs. Social Impacts of Interpersonal Encounters, 1-18 , edited by Karsten Giese and Laurence Marfaing. Leiden: Brill.
  • Geissler, P. W. and N. Tousignant (2019) "Beyond realism: Africa‘s medical dreams. (introduction to special issue)." in Africa (in press).

Book or Edited Volume

  • McHardy, Julien, Oulimata Gueye and Richard Rottenburg (eds.) (forthcoming) (2019) "Digital Imaginaries."
  • Moradi, Fazil, and Richard Rottenburg, eds. (2019) "Tele-evidence - On the Translatability of Modernity's Violence." in Critical Studies 4 (Special Issue).
  • Mugler, Johanna (2019) "Measuring Justice. Quantitative Accountability and the National Prosecuting Authority in South Africa." Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.
  • Rao, Ursula, and Vijayankar Nair (eds.) (2019) "Aadhaar. Governing With Biometrics. (Special Issue)" in South Asia. Journal of South Asian Studies 42 (3).