Books, chapters, articles and blog posts published by members of the Visual Plague team.
- 2016 Ethnographic Plague: Configuring Disease on the Chinese-Russian Frontier. London: Palgrave Macmillan
- 2012. The Spirit of Selflessness in Maoist China: Socialist Medicine and the New Man. Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan.
- Co-edited with Nicholas Evans. Histories of Post-Mortem Contagion: Infectious Corpses and Contested Burials. London: Palgrave Macmillan, (under contract).
- Co-edited with Frédéric Keck & Ann Kelly. The Anthropology of Epidemics. London & New York: Routledge, (under contract).
Edited Journal Issues
- 2016. (co-edited with Ruth J. Prince). Visual Anthropology Special Issue: Medicine, Photography and Anthropology, Volume 29, Issue 2.
- 2014. Epidemic Events and Processes. Cambridge Anthropology Volume 32, Number 1, Spring 2014.
- 2013. (Co-edited with Marc Berdet) Across the Fields. Anthropology & Materialism, Number 1, Autumn 2013. [Read]
- Accepted. ‘Zoonotic Diagrams: Mastering and Unsettling Human-Animal Relations,’ Journal of the Royal Anthropological Institute.
- Accepted. ‘A Suitable Soil: Plague’s Breeding Grounds at the Dawn of the Third Pandemic,’ Medical History.
- 2016. The Prophetic Faculty of Epidemic Photography: Chinese Wet Markets and the Imagination of the Next Pandemic. Visual Anthropology, Special Issue: Medicine, Photography and Anthropology, Volume 29, Issue 2 (February 2016): 118-132. [Read]
- 2016. (co-authored with Ruth J. Prince) Anthropology and Medical Photography: Ethnographic, Critical and Comparative Perspectives. Visual Anthropology, Special Issue: Medicine, Photography and Anthropology, Volume 29, Issue 2 (February 2016): 101-117. [Read]
- 2016. The Epidemiologist as Culture Hero: Visualizing Humanity in the Age of “the Next Pandemic,” Visual Anthropology 29: 1 (January 2016): 36-53. [Read]
- 2014. Jean-Jacques Matignon’s Legacy on Russian Plague Research in North-East China and Inner Asia(1898-1910). Extrême-Orient Extrême-Occident No. 37 (September 2014): 61-89. [Read]
- 2014. Introduction: The Time of Epidemics. Cambridge Anthropology 32: 1 (Spring 2014) 24-31. [Read]
- 2014. Epidemics as Events and as Crises: Comparing Two Plague Outbreaks in Manchuria (1910–11 and 1920–21) Cambridge Anthropology 32: 1 (Spring 2014) 62-76. [Read]
- 2013. The State as a Social Relation: An Anthropological Critique. Anthopology & Materialism, 1 (Autumn 2014). [Read]
- 2013. Skilled Natives, Inept Coolies; Marmot Hunting and the Great Manchurian Pneumonic Plague (1910-1911). History and Anthropology 24: 3 (August 2013) 303-321. [Read]
- 2011. ‘In Memory of Norman Bethune’; Two Exegetic Resurrections of the ‘Spirit of Selflessness’ in Maoist China. Journal of the British Association for Chinese Studies 1: 1 (December 2011) 21-49.
- 2011. From Prussia to China: Japanese Colonial Medicine and Goto Shinpei’s Contribution to the Combination of Medical Police and Local Self-Administration. Medical History 55: 3 (July 2011) 343-347. [Read]
- 2015. Ignoring Native Ignorance: Epidemiological Enclosures of Not-Knowing Plague in Inner Asia. In Roy Dilley & Thomas G. Kirsch(eds) Anthropological Perspectives on the Production and Reproduction of Non-Knowledge (Oxford: Berghahn).
- 2014. Speaking Marmots, Deaf Hunters: Animal-human semiotic breakdown as the cause of the Manchurian pneumonic plague of 1910-11. In Morten Tønnessen & Kadri Tüür (eds) The Semiotics of Animal Representations. Amsterdam: Rodopi.
- 2013. State of Exception, Culture of Medical Police: SARS and the Law of No Rights in the People’s Republic of China. In Alex Mold and David Reubi (eds.), Health Rights in Global Context: Genealogies and Anthropologies. London. Routledge.
- 2006. Ernest Gellner. Muslim Society. Alexandria Publications: Athens.
- 2016. Agitating Images: Photography against History in Indigenous Siberia. Craig Campbell. Minneapolis: University of Minnesota Press, 2014. Anthropologica 58: 1, 124-125
- 2015. Communities of Complicity: Everyday Ethics in Rural China. Hans Steinmüller. Oxford: Berghahn, 2013. In Journal of the Royal Anthropological Institute, 21: 3 (September 2015): 693-694.
- 2013. Revolutionary Medicine: Health and the Body in Post-Soviet Cuba. P. Sean Brotherton, Durham, NC: Duke University Press, 2012. Cambridge Anthropology 31: 1 (March 2013): 163-164.
- 2013. Living with Koryak Traditions: Playing with Culture in Siberia. Alexander D. King. Lincoln: University of Nebraska Press, 2011. American Anthropologist 115: 4 (December 2013): 698–699.
- 2011. Biopolitics, Militarism and Development; Eritrea in the 21st Century. David O’Kane & Tricia Redenek Hepner (eds). Oxford: Berghahn, 2009. Journal of the Royal Anthropological Institute 17 (December 2011): 891-892.
- 2011. Speaking of Epidemics in Chinese Medicine: Disease and the Geographic Imagination in Late Imperial China. Marta E. Hanson. London: Routledge, 2011. Social History of Medicine 25: 4 (October 2012): 900-901.
- 2016. Untimely Ends and the Pandemic Imaginary. Somatosphere (July 8 2016) [Read]
- 2016. Pandemic Heroes: Saving Humankind on the Big Screen. Humanitarian Health Ethics (5 February 2016) [Read]
- 2015. Photographic Plagues. Royal Historical Society: History in the News (March 31 2015) [Read]
- 2012. Obituary to David Riches (1947-2011). Anthropology Today, 28: 2 (April 2012) 26-27.
- Bacteriology as Conspiracy in: opendemocracy.net [Read online]
- Double Trouble? Towards an epistemology of co-infection. in: Medicine Anthropology Theory 2, 1-3 (with Janina Kehr) [PDF]
- Photographing AIDS. On capturing AIDS in Pictures of People with AIDS., in: Bulletin of the History of Medicine, 2016 (accepted) Branwyn Poleykett
- (Forthcoming, 2017) Pasteurian tropical medicine and the negative poetics of colonial scientific vision, Subjectivity
- Poleykett (2016) Data, desire and recognition: Learning to identify a ‘prostitute’ in Dakar, Ethnography, published online first [Read]
- (with Peter Mangesho) (2016) Labour politics and Africanisation at a Tanzanian scientific research institute, 1949-1966, Africa, 86, 01: 142-161.
- (Forthcoming, 2017) ‘Une expérience ambigüe : catégorisations de la sexualité marchande et lutte contre le VIH/sida au Sénégal’ in Christoque Broqua (Ed.) Lutter Contre le Sida en Afrique: Mobilisations locales et internationales au temps des antirétroviraux. Paris, Karthala
- Poleykett (2015) ‘Molecular and Municipal Politics: Research and Regulation in Dakar’ in Geissler, Paul Wenzel (Ed.) Para-States and Medical Science: Making African Global Health. Duke University Press, 2015.
Open access and online publishing
- Building Out the Rat: Animal Intimacies and Prophylactic Settlement in 1920s South Africa, Anthropology and Environment Blog [Read]
- (with Lukas Engelmann and Nicholas H.A. Evans) (2015) Fragments of Plague, Limn Volume 6 [Read]
- Review of Yasmin Gunaratnam’s “Death and the Migrant: Bodies, Borders and Care”, somatosphere.net [Read]
- Review of Hansjorg Dilger, Abdoulaye Kane and Stacey A. Langwick (Eds.) “Medicine, Mobility and Power in Global Africa: Transnational Health and Healing”, Bulletin of the History of Medicine 89, 3
- Review of Peter Redfield “Life in Crisis: The Ethical Journey of Doctors Without Borders” Social Anthropology 22, 2: 259-260.
- Review of Lynn M. Thomas and Jennifer Cole (Eds.) “Love in Africa” Gender, Place and Culture 17, 5: 673-4.
- Evans, N. (forthcoming) Beyond cultural intimacy: the tensions that make truth for India’s Ahmadi Muslims. American Ethnologist.
- Evans, N. (forthcoming) Blaming the rat? Accounting for plague in colonial Indian medicine. Medicine, Anthropology, Theory (MAT).
- Evans, N. (2016) Witnessing a potent truth: rethinking responsibility in the anthropology of theisms. JRAI.
- Engelmann, L.; Evans, N.; Poleykett, B. (2016) Fragments of plague. Limn 6.
- Evans, N. & Mair, J. (2015) Ethics Across Borders: Difference, Affinity and Incommensurability. HAU: Journal of Ethnographic Theory.
- (under contract, co-edited with Christos Lynteris). Histories of Post-Mortem Contagion: Infectious Corpses and Contested Burials (Palgrave Macmillan)
You can also find a list of the team’s publications through the CRASSH website, which is updated regularly.