Articles and book chapters (including open access)

Geissler, P.W. & Okwaro, F. (2014) Developing world: Discuss inequality. Nature 513, 18 September: 303.

Okwaro F & Geissler PW. (2014) In/dependent collaborations: Perceptions and experiences of African scientists in transnational HIV research. Medical Anthropology Quarterly, in press.

Poleykett, B. and Mangesho, P. (Accepted). Labour politics and Africanisation at a Tanzanian scientific research institute 1949-1966. Africa.

Brown, H. (Accepted). Managerial relations in Kenyan health care: Empathy and the limits of governmentality. JRAI

Brown, H. (Accepted). Partnerships for HIV/AIDS intervention in the era of global health: Governance and sovereign responsibility in Western Kenya. American Ethnologist

Prince RJ. (2014) Precarious Projects: Conversions of Biomedical Knowledge in an East African City. Medical Anthropology 33(1)

Brown, H. & Kelly, A.H. (2014). Material proximities and hotspots: Towards an anthropology of viral haemorrhagic fevers. Medical Anthropology Quarterly 28(2): 280-303.

Kelly, A.H. & Lezaun, J. (2014). Urban Mosquitoes, Situational Publics and the pursuit of inter-species separation, American Ethnologist, 41(2): 368-383

Geissler, P.W., Kelly, A.H., Manton, J., Prince, R.J., Tousignant, N., (2013) Introduction: sustaining the life of the polis. Africa 83, 531–538.

Geissler, P.W., (2013) Stuck in ruins, or up and coming? The shifting geography of urban public health research in Kisumu, Kenya. Africa 83, 539–560.

Manton, J., (2013) “Environmental Akalism” and the war on filth: the personification of sanitation in urban Nigeria. Africa 83, 606–622.

Prince, R.J., (2013) “Tarmacking” in the millennium city: spatial and temporal trajectories of empowerment and development in Kisumu, Kenya. Africa 83, 582–605.

Tousignant, N., (2013) Pharmacy, money and public health in Dakar. Africa 83, 561–581.

Geissler PW. (2013) Public secrets in public health: knowing not to know while making scientific knowledge. American Ethnologist, 40(1), 13-34.

Molyneux, S., Kamuya, D., Madiega, P.A., Chantler, T., Angwenyi, V., Geissler, P.W. (2013). Field Workers at the Interface. Developing World Bioethics 13(1): ii-iv.

Madiega PA, Jones G, Prince RJ, Geissler PW (2013) ‘She’s my sister-in-law, my visitor, my friend’ — experiences of home follow-up in clinical HIV research in Western Kenya. Developing World Bioethics, 13(1): 21-29.

Tousignant N. (2013), “Broken Tempos: Of Means and Memory in a Senegalese University Laboratory,” Social Studies of Science (first published on May 15, 2013 as doi:10.1177/0306312713482187)

Tousignant N. (2013) “Insects-as-Infrastructure: Indicating, Project Locustox and the Sahelization of Ecotoxicology”, Science as Culture 22 (1; Special Issue: Knowing Insects): 108-131.

Geissler, P.W. (2013) The Archipelago of public health. Comments on the landscape of medical research in 21st century Africa. In: Regimes of Care Prince RJ & Marsland R (eds). Athens: Ohio University Press. ). 31-56

Beisel U., Kelly A and Tousignant N. (2013) “Knowing Insects: Hosts, Vectors and Companions of Science,” Science as Culture 22 (1; Special Issue: Knowing Insects): 1-15.

Beisel, U. und Boete, C. (2013). The Flying Public Health Tool: genetically-modified mosquitoes and malaria control. Science as Culture 22 (1): 38-60.

Kelly, A.H. & Lezaun, J. (2013) Walking or waiting? Topologies of the breeding ground in malaria control, Science as Culture, 22:1, 86-107

Brown, H. (2013). “Home-Based Care is not a new thing”: Legacies of domestic governmentality in Western Kenya. In Making public health in Africa: Ethnographic perspectives. Prince, R. & Marsland, R. Ohio University Press.

Brown, H. (2012). Hospital domestics: Care work in a Kenyan hospital. Space and Culture 15(1): 18-30.

Marsland, R. & RJ. Prince. (2012) What is Life Worth? Exploring Biomedical Interventions, Survival and the Politics of Life. Special issue, Medical Anthropology Quarterly 26(4): 453-469. (December 2012).

Tousignant, N. (2012) “Trypanosomes, Toxicity and Resistance: The
Politics of Mass Therapy in French Colonial Africa”, Social history of
medicine 25(3): 625-643.

Manton, J. (2012) Mission, Clinic, and Laboratory: Curing Leprosy in Nigeria, 1945-67. In D. Maxwell and P. Harries, eds., The Secular in the Spiritual: Missionaries and Knowledge about Africa, (Grand Rapids, MI: Eerdmans)

Kelly, A.H. (2012) The Experimental hut: Hospitable Vectors. Journal of the Royal Anthropology Institute, 8 (S1): 145-160.

Kelly, A.H. (2011). Will He Be There? A Meditation on Immobility and Scientific Labour. Journal of Cultural Economy, 4: (1) 65-79.

Tousignant, N. (2011) “The Rise and Fall of the Dolorimeter: Pain, Analgesics, and the Management of Subjectivity in Mid-twentieth-Century United States,” Journal of the History of Medicine and Allied Sciences. 66(2): 145-179. First published online: April 27, 2010 doi: 10.1093/jhmas/jrq024

Kelly, A.H. & Geissler, P.W. (2011). Introduction – The value of transnational medical research. Special Issue, Journal of Cultural Economy, 4(1), 3-10.

Geissler, P.W. (2011). “Transport to where? Reflections on the problem of value and time à propos an awkward practice in medical research”. Journal of Cultural Economy, 4(1), 45-64.

Manton, J. (2011) Leprosy in Eastern Nigeria and the social history of colonial skin, Leprosy Review 82(2):124-134

Manton, J. (2011) Testing a new drug for leprosy: clofazimine and its precursors in Ireland and Nigeria, 1944-1966. In: Evidence, ethos and experiment. Geissler PW & Molyneux C (eds). Oxford: Berghahn. 125-143.

Malowany, M., Geissler, P.W., Lwoba, A. (2011) “Go Back to the Land!” Negotiating Space, Framing Governmentality in Lambwe Valley, Kenya 1954–75. Canadian Journal of African Studies 45(3): 440-79.

Geissler, P.W. (2011) Studying Trial Communities: Anthropological and Historical Inquiries into Ethos, Politics and Economy of Medical Research in Africa. In: Evidence, Ethos and Experiment. Geissler PW & Molyneux C (eds). Oxford: Berghahn. 1-28.

Geissler, P.W. (2011) Parasite lost – Remembering modern times with Kenyan government medical scientists. In: Evidence, Ethos and Experiment: the Anthropology and History of Medical Research in Africa. Geissler PW & Molyneux C (eds) 297-232. Oxford: Berghahn Publishers.

Geissler, P.W. & Prince, R.J. (2009) Active Compounds and Atoms of Society: Plants, Bodies, Minds and Cultures in the Work of Kenyan Ethnobotanical Knowledge. Social Studies of Science 39(4): 599-634.

Geissler, P.W., Kelly, A., Imokhuede, B. & Pool, R. (2008) ‘He is now like a brother, I can even give him my blood’ – relational ethics and material exchanges in a malaria vaccine ‘trial community’ in The Gambia. Social Science and Medicine 67(5) 696-707.

Geissler, P.W. (2005) ‘Kachinja are coming!’ Encounters around a medical research project in a Kenyan village. Africa 75(2): 173-202.

Geissler, P.W.  & Pool, R. (2006) Popular concerns with medical research projects in Africa – a critical voice in debates about overseas research ethics. Tropical Medicine and International Health 11(7): 975-982.