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Module Reading List

Global Politics of Health, 2021/22, Semester 1
Dr Emma-Louise Anderson
E.L.Anderson@leeds.ac.uk
Tutor information is taken from the Module Catalogue

1. Welcome to the Module

The following are readings for later weeks but would serve as excellent introductions to the global politics of health:

Davies, S. (2010) Global Politics of Health, Polity Press: Cambridge

Elbe, S. (2010) Security and Global Health, London: Polity, 2010.

Harman, S. (2012) Global Health Governance. Routledge.

Patterson, A.S. (2018) Africa and Global Health Governance: Domestic Politics and International Structures. JHU Press.

Youde, J.R., 2019. Globalization and Health. Rowman & Littlefield Publishers.

 

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2. Global Politics of Health

Required reading for the seminar:

Davies, S. (2020) The coronavirus and trust in the process of international cooperation: A system under pressure, Ethics and International Affairs.

Frenk, J. and Moon, S.(2013) Governance challenges in global health. New England Journal of Medicine368:936–42

Patel, J. A., Nielsen, F. B. H., Badiani, A. A., Assi, S., Unadkat, V. A., Patel, B., Ravindrane, R. & Wardle, H. (2020). Poverty, inequality and COVID-19: the forgotten vulnerable. Public Health, 183, 110

Further Reading on Global Politics of Health:

Davies, S. (2019) Containing Contagion: The Politics of Disease Outbreaks in Southeast AsiaBaltimore, MD: Johns Hopkins University Press.

Davies, S. (2010) Global Politics of Health, Polity Press: Cambridge

Davies, S., Elbe, S., Howell, A. and McInnes, C. 2014. Global health in international relations, Review of International Studies, 40:5, pp. 825-34.

Elbe, S. (2010) Security and Global Health, London: Polity, 2010.

Forman, L., Donald C. Cole, Gorik Ooms, Merrick Zwarenstein (2012) ‘Human Rights and Global Health Funding: What Contribution Can the Right to Health Make to Sustaining and Extending International Assistance for Health? ', Global Health Governance , VI(1)  Available Online

Harman, S. (2012) Global Health Governance. Routledge.

Lee, K. (2004) ‘The pit and the pendulum: Can globalization take health governance forward? ’,  Development , 47(2):11-1

McInnes, C. and Lee, K. (2012)  Global health and international relations , Cambridge: Polity Press

Ooms, G., Devi Sridhar, Albrecht Jahn (2013) ‘Global health governance after 2015’, Lancet. , 382(9897):1017

Ooms,G. and Hammonds, R. (2012) ‘Global Governance of Health and the Requirements of Human Rights’, Global Policy, 3(4):476-479.

Patterson, A.S., 2018. 'Chapter 1: African states and global health governance' in Africa and Global Health Governance: Domestic Politics and International Structures. JHU Press.

Ratzan SC, Filerman GL, LeSar JW. (2000) ‘Attaining global health: Challenges and opportunities’, Population Bulletin  55(1), pp.52 https://www.prb.org/attainingglobalhealthchallengesandopportunitiespdf344kb/

Schrecker, T., Labonté, R. & De Vogli, R. (2008) ‘Globalisation and Health: The need for a global vision’ , Lancet., 372(9650 ): 1670-1676.

Youde, J., 2012. Global Health Governance ISBN: 9780191851049 (ebook) : No price. Polity.

Youde, J.R., 2019. Globalization and Health. Rowman & Littlefield Publishers.

Also refer to: the Special Issue: Framing Global Health Governance in  Global public health.: An International Journal for Research, Policy and Practice,  7(2)

Further Reading on Health Inequities:

Bates et al. 2009. Gender and health inequities: a comment on the final report of the WHO Commission on the Social Determinants of Health,  Social science & medicine.  69(7)

Bircher, J., & Kuruvilla, S. (2014). Defining health by addressing individual, social, and environmental determinants: new opportunities for health care and public health. Journal of Public Health Policy, 35(3), 363-386

Blas, Erik, Gilson, Lucy, Kelly, Mike, Labonté, Ronald, Muntaner, Carles, Östlin, Piroska, Popay, Jennie, Sadana, Ritu, Schrecker, Ted, Sen, Gita & Vaghri, Ziba (2008). Addressing Social Determinants of Health Inequities: What can the state and civil society do? .  Lancet.  372: 1684-1689.

Braverman, P. and Gruskins, S. 2003. Poverty, equity, human rights and health’ Bulletin of the World Health Organisation  81: 539 - 545 - Available online: http://www.who.int/bulletin/volumes/81/7/Braveman0703.pdf

Kickbusch, I. (2015). The political determinants of health—10 years on. BMJ: British Medical Journal, 350, H81

Kickbusch, I., Allen, L., & Franz, C. (2016). The commercial determinants of health. The Lancet Global Health, 4(12), e895-e896

Marmot, M. 2006. ‘Health in an unequal world’  Lancet.  368: 2081-2094

Marmot, M., & Wilkinson, R. (Eds.). (2005). Social determinants of health. OUP Oxford;

United Nations Development Program. 2015. Human Development Report. http://hdr.undp.org/sites/default/files/2015_human_development_report.pdf

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3. Power and Health

 Required Reading:

Anderson, E., Considine, L., & Patterson, A. (2021). 'The power-trust cycle in global health: Trust as belonging in relations of dependency'. Review of International Studies, 1-21

Moon, S. (2019) 'Power in global governance: an expanded typology from global health', Global Health, 15:74 

Sriram, Veena, Stephanie M. Topp, Marta Schaaf, Arima Mishra, Walter Flores, Subramania Raju Rajasulochana, and Kerry Scott. "10 best resources on power in health policy and systems in low-and middle-income countries." Health Policy and Planning 33, no. 4 (2018): 611-621 

Further Reading:

Anderson, E.L., 2018. 'African health diplomacy: obscuring power and leveraging dependency through shadow diplomacy'. International Relations, 32(2), pp.194-217.  

Anderson, E.L. and Patterson A. (2017) ‘Instrumentalizing AIDS Empowerment Discourses in Malawi and Zambia: An Actor-Oriented View of Donor Politics’, International Affairs., 93(5): 1185-1204

Anderson, Emma-Louise and Amy Patterson (2016) Dependent agency in the global health regime : Local African responses to donor AIDs efforts Palgrave MacMillan, Basingstoke – Chapter 1 (Particulary the section on ‘African Agency’)

Crane, B.B. and Dusenberry, J., 2004. Power and politics in international funding for reproductive health: the US Global Gag Rule. Reproductive health matters, 12(24), pp.128-137.

Forman, L., 2019. What do human rights bring to discussions of power and politics in health policy and systems?. Global Public Health, 14(4), pp.489-502. 

Forman, L., 2015. The ghost is the machine: How can we visibilize the unseen norms and power of global health?. International Journal of Health Policy and Management, 5:3

Gore, R. and Parker, R., 2019. Analysing power and politics in health policies and systems

Grépin, K.A., 2015. 'Power and priorities: the growing pains of global health: comment on" Knowledge, moral claims and the exercise of power in global health"'. International journal of health policy and management, 4(5), p.321.  

Lee, K., 2015. Revealing power in truth: Comment on" Knowledge, moral claims and the exercise of power in global health". International journal of health policy and management, 4(4), p.257.  

Lee, K., Chagas, L.C. and Novotny, T.E., 2010. Brazil and the framework convention on tobacco control: global health diplomacy as soft power. PLoS medicine, 7(4), p.e1000232.

Levine, R.E., 2015. Power in global health agenda-setting: the role of private funding: comment on" Knowledge, moral claims and the exercise of power in global health". International journal of health policy and management, 4(5), p.315.

McInnes, C. and Lee, K. (2012) ‘Framing and global health governance: Key findings’, Global Public Health: An International Journal for Research, Policy and Practice, 7:2, 191-198

Nguyen, V.-K. (2010) Chapter 5: ‘Biopower: Fevers, tribes and bulldozers’ in The Republic of Therapy : Triage and sovereignty in West Africa's time of AIDS, Duke University Press: Durham, NC

Patterson, A. and Clark, M. COVID-19 and power in global healthInternational Journal of Health Policy and Management, online May 6, 2020

Petersen, A. and Robin B. (eds.) 1997. Foucault, health and medicine, London: Routledge

Rushton, S. and Williams, O.D., 2012. Frames, paradigms and power: global health policy-making under neoliberalism. Global Society, 26(2), pp.147-167. 

Shiffman, J., 2015. Global health as a field of power relations: a response to recent commentaries. International journal of health policy and management, 4(7), p.497.  

Shiffman, J., 2014. Knowledge, moral claims and the exercise of power in global health. International Journal of Health Policy and Management, 3(6), p.297. 

Shiffman, J. (2009)’ A social explanation for the rise and fall of global health issues’,  Bulletin of the World Health Organization.  87(8): 608-613

Shiffman, J. and Smith, S. (2007), ‘Generation of political priority for global health initiatives: a framework and case study of maternal mortality’ , Lancet., 370 (9595): 1370-1379

Storeng, K.T., Palmer, J., Daire, J. and Kloster, M.O., 2019. Behind the scenes: International NGOs’ influence on reproductive health policy in Malawi and South Sudan. Global public health, 14(4), pp.555-569.

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4. Neoliberalism and Health: Behaviour Change and Access to Medicines

Required Reading:

Harman, S. (2011) ‘Governing Health Risk by Buying Behaviour’, Political Studies., 59:4

Schrecker, T. (2016). 'Neoliberalism and health: the linkages and the dangers', Sociology Compass10(10), 952-971.

 

Further Reading on Neoliberalism:

Baris, E. and McLeod, K. 2000. ‘Globalization and international trade in the twenty-first century: opportunities for and threats to the health sector in the South’ International journal of health services. 30(1): 187-210

Cornea, G.A. 2001. ‘Globalization and health: results and options’ Bulletin of the World Health Organisation 79 - Available online: http://www.who.int/bulletin/archives/79(9)834.pdf

Kickbusch, I., Leung, G. M., Bhutta, Z. A., Matsoso, M. P., Ihekweazu, C., & Abbasi, K. (2020). Covid-19: how a virus is turning the world upside down. BMJ Available at: https://www.bmj.com/content/369/bmj.m1336

Ortega, F., & Orsini, M. (2020). Governing COVID-19 without government in Brazil: Ignorance, neoliberal authoritarianism, and the collapse of public health leadership. Global Public Health15(9), 1257-1277.

Pfeiffer, J., & Chapman, R. (2010). 'Anthropological perspectives on structural adjustment and public health'. Annual Review of Anthropology, 39(1), 149–165

Sparke, M., 2019. Neoliberal regime change and the remaking of global health: from rollback disinvestment to rollout reinvestment and reterritorialization. Review of International Political Economy, pp.1-27.

 

 

Further Reading on Access to Medicines:

Abbott, F. M. (2002). The Doha declaration on the TRIPS agreement and public health: lighting a dark corner at the WTO. Journal of international economic law., 5, 469.

Agrawal, P. and Saibaba, P. 2001. ‘TRIPS and India’s pharmaceutical industry’ Economic and political weekly. 36(39)

Bale, H.E. 1998. ‘The conflicts between parallel trade and product access and innovation: the case of pharmaceuticals’ Journal of international economic law. 1(4)

Banta, D. 2000. ‘Increase in global access to essential drugs sought’ Journal of the American Medical Association. 283(3)

Barton, J.H. 2004. ‘TRIPS and the global pharmaceutical market’ Health affairs. 23(3)

Bettcher, D.W. 2000. ‘Global Trade and Health: key linkages and future challenges’ Bulletin of the World Health Organization 78 - Available online: http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC2560735/

Bond, P. 1999. ‘Globalization, pharmaceutical pricing, and South African health policy: managing confrontation with US firms and politicians’ International journal of health services. 29(4) 

Chaudhuri, Sudip (2005) ‘ The WTO and India's pharmaceuticals industry : patent protection, TRIPS, and developing countries ’, ABIM,

Chetley, A. 1990. A healthy business? : world health and the pharmaceutical industry. London: Zed Books 

Commission on Intellectual Property Rights. 2002. ' Report of the Commission on  Intellectual Property Rights: Integrating Intellectual Property Rights and Development Policy ', London: Commission on Intellectual Property Rights

Correa, C.M. 2001. ‘Health and intellectual property rights’ Bulletin of the World Health Organisation  79(5) - Available online: https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC2566415/

Correa, C. M. 2002. ' Implications of the Doha Declaration on the TRIPS Agreement and Public Health'  Geneva: World Health Organisation

Correa, Carlos M. (2000)  Intellectual property rights, the WTO and developing countries : The TRIPS agreement and policy options , London: Zed Books

Cullet, P. (2003) ‘Patents and Medicines: the relationship between TRIPS and the human right to health’ International Affairs.ISSN: 0020-5850 79(1): 139-160

Den Exter, A. 2009. ‘European Commission takes on Big Pharma’ Lancet. 374(9690)

Dukes, M.N.G. 2002. ‘Accountability of the pharmaceutical industry’ Lancet. 360: 1682 – 1684

Falkenberg, T. and Tomson, G. 2000. ‘The World Bank and pharmaceuticals’ Health Policy and Planning. 15(1): 52-58

Flynn, Matthew. 'Public Production of Anti‐Retroviral Medicines in Brazil, 1990–2007.' Development and Change.  39.4 (2008): 513-536.

Forman, L. 2009. ‘Global health governance from below: Access to AIDS medicines, international Human Rights law, and social movements’ in A. Cooper and J. Kirton (eds) Innovation in global health governance : critical cases Ashgate

Goldacre, Ben. (2012). Bad pharma : How drug companies mislead doctors and harm patients London: Fourth Estate

Helfer, L.R. (2004) ‘Regime shifting: the TRIPS agreement and new dynamics of international intellectual property lawmaking’, Yale journal of international law. Thomas Pogge, Matthew Rimmer, Kim Rubenstein (2010) Incentives for global public health : patent law and access to essential medicines , CUP: London

Hester, R.J. and Williams, O.D., 2019. The somatic-security industrial complex: theorizing the political economy of informationalized biology. Review of International Political Economy, pp.1-27.

Heywood, M. (2009). South Africa's treatment action campaign: Combining law and social mobilization to realize the right to health. Journal of Human Rights Practice1 (1), 14-36.

Heywood, M. “Drug access, patents and global health: 'chaffed and waxed sufficient’,” Third world quarterly. 23, no.2 (2002), 217-31.

Hoen, E.T. 2002. ‘TRIPS, pharmaceutical patents, and access to essential medicines: a long way from Seattle to Doha’ Chicago Journal of International Law 3

Horton, R. 2009. ‘The global financial crisis: an acute threat to health’ Lancet. 373(9661)

Hotez, P. J., & Fenwick, A. (2009). Schistosomiasis in Africa: an emerging tragedy in our new global health decade. PLoS Neglected Tropical Diseases, 3(9), e485.

Kanji, N., Hardon, A., Harnmeijer, J.W. Mamdani, M., and Walt, G. (1992). Drugs Policy in Developing Countries London: Zed Books

Kumaranayake, L., and Lake, S. (2002). ‘Regulation in the context of global health markets’ in K. Lee, K.Buse, and S. Fustukian (eds) Health Policy in a Globalising World Cambridge: Cambridge University Press

Kapczynski, A. (2019) The Right to Medicines in an Age of Neoliberalism. Humanity: An International Journal of Human Rights, Humanitarianism, and Development. 10(1), pp. 79-107.  Available online

Lee, K. and Collin, J. (2005). ‘The globalization of the pharmaceutical industry’ in Lee and Collin Global Change and Health Milton Keynes: Open University Press 95 - 110 

Mirza, Z. (1999). ‘WTO/TRIPS, pharmaceuticals and health: Impacts and strategies’ Development. 42(4): 92-97

Nattrass, N. (2009) “Poverty, Sex and HIV”,  AIDS and behavior. , 13: 833-40

Niño-Zarazúa, M., Barrientos, A., Hickney, S. and Hulme, D. (2011) ‘Social protection in sub-Saharan Africa: Getting the politics right’,  World development.  40(1):163-176Nunes, J. (2020). The COVID-19 pandemic: securitization, neoliberal crisis, and global vulnerabilization. Cadernos de Saúde Pública36, e00063120.

Pollock, AM., Price, D., and Shaoul, J. (1999). ‘How the World Trade Organisation is shaping domestic policies in health-care’ Lancet. 354: 1889 - 1992

Pollock, AM. and Price, D. (2000). ‘Rewriting the regulations: how the World Trade Organisation could accelerate privatisation in healthcare systems’ Lancet. 356: 1995-2000

Pollock, AM. and Price, D. (2002). ‘Market forces in public health’ Lancet. 359: 1363-1364

Ranson, M.K et al. 2002. ‘The public health implications of multilateral trade agreements’ in K.Lee, K.Buse. and S. Fustukian (eds) Health policy in a globalising world Cambridge: Cambridge University Press 18 – 40

Rushton, S. and Williams, O.D., (2012). Frames, paradigms and power: global health policy-making under neoliberalism. Global Society26(2), pp.147-167.

Scott, J. and Harman, S. (2013). ‘Beyond TRIPs: why the WTO’s Doha Round is Unhealthy’ Third world quarterly.ISSN: 0143-6597  34(8): 1361-1376 

Sell, S. K. (2020). What COVID-19 Reveals About Twenty-First Century Capitalism: Adversity and Opportunity. Development, 63(2), 150-156.

Shadlen, Ken. (2007). ‘The Political Economy of AIDS Treatment: Intellectual property and the transformation of generic supply’ International studies quarterly. 51: 559-581

Shadlen, Ken. (2007). ‘Intellectual Property, Trade and Development: Can foes be friends? ’ Global governance : a review of multilateralism and international organizations. 13: 171-177

Thomas, C. ‘Trade policy and the politics of access to drugs’ Third world quarterly. 23(2) (2002), 251-64.

Triantafyllou, K. 2011. ‘IMF and European co-workers attack public health in Greece’ Lancet. 378 (9801): 1459

Trouiller, P. et al. 2002. ‘Drug development for neglected diseases: a deficient market and a public health policy failure’ Lancet. 359(9324)

Velasquez, G., and Boulet, P. 1999. Globalization and access to drugs : perspectives on the WTO/TRIPS agreement. Geneva: World Health Organisation

Weissman, R. 2004. ‘Long, strange trips: the pharmaceutical industry drive to harmonize global intellectual property rules, and the remaining WTO legal alternatives available to third world countries’ University of Pennsylvania journal of international economic law 25

Westerhouse, M., and Castro, A. 2006. ‘How do intellectual property law and international trade agreements affect access to anti-retroviral therapy? PLoSMed 3(8) - Available online: http://journals.plos.org/plosmedicine/article? id=10.1371/journal.pmed.0030332

Widdus, R. 2001. ‘Public-private partnerships for health: their main targets, their diversity and their future direction’ Bulletin of the World Health Organisation 79 - Available online: http://www.who.int/bulletin/archives/79(8)713.pdf

Williams, O. D. (2020). COVID-19 and Private Health: Market and Governance Failure. Development, 1-10.

Williams, O.D. (2012) ‘Access to medicines, market failure and market intervention: A tale of two regimes’, Global Public Health. : An International Journal for Research, Policy and Practice,  7(2): S127-S143

World Trade Organisation. 1994. ' Agreement on Trade-Related Aspects of International Property Rights ' Geneva: World Trade Organisation https://www.wto.org/english/thewto_e/whatis_e/tif_e/agrm7_e.htm

World Trade Organisation. 2001. ‘Declaration on the TRIPS agreement and public health’

 

Further Reading on Behaviour Change: 

Harman, S. (2009b) ‘Bottlenecks and benevolence: How the World Bank is helping communities to ‘cope’ with HIV/AIDS’  Journal of Health Management , 11(2):279-313

Hickey, S. (2008) ‘Conceptualising the politics of social protection in Africa’, in Barrientos, A. and Hulme, D. (eds.)  Social protection for the poor and poorest : concepts, policies and politics  London  Palgrave

World Bank ' The World Bank Health Strategy for Health, Nutrition and Population Results'  Washington DC: World Bank   

 

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6. Securitizing Health: HIV and Ebola 

Required Reading:

Davies, S. (2008). 'Securitizing Infectious Disease', International Affairs.ISSN: 0020-5850 84: 295-313.

McInnes, Colin, and Kelley Lee. "Health, security and foreign policy." Review of International Studies 32, no. 1 (2006): 5-23.

Rushton, S. 2011. ‘Global Health Security: Security for whom? Security from what?’ Political studies.ISSN: 0032-3217; 1467-9248 59(4): 779-796

 

Further Reading:

Aldis, W.  2008. “Health security as a public health concept.” Health policy and planning. 23: 369-375

Barnett, T. (2006). A long-wave event. HIV/AIDS, politics, governance and ‘security’: sundering the intergenerational bond? International Affairs, 82(2), 297-313.

Brundtland, G.H. 2003. “Global health and international security.” Global governance : a review of multilateralism and international organizations. 9, 4:417-2

Davies, S.E., Kamradt-Scott, A. and Rushton, S., 2015. Disease diplomacy : international norms and global health security ISBN: 9781421416489 (pbk. : alk. paper); 1421416484 (pbk. : alk. paper); 9781421416496 (electronic); 1421416492 (electronic). JHU Press.

Doyle T and Chaturvedi S. (2011) ‘Climate Refugees and Security: Conceptualizations, Categories and Contestations. In Oxford handbook of climate change and society, Oxford University Press. Dryzek J, Norgaard R, Schlosberg D (Eds.). Oxford University Press .

Doyle T and Chaturvedi S. (2010) ‘Geopolitics of fear and the emergence of “climate refugees”: imaginative geographies of climate change and displacements in Bangladesh’,. Journal of the Indian Ocean region, vol. 6(2), 206-222.

Elbe, S. (2010). Security and global health : towards the medicalization of insecurity. Cambridge: Polity

Elbe, S. (2009) Virus alert : security, governmentality, and the AIDS pandemic, New. York: Columbia University Press

Elbe, S. (2006) ‘Should HIV/AIDS be Securitized? The Ethical Dilemmas of Linking HIV/AIDS and Security’, International studies quarterly. , 50(1): 119-144.

Enemark, C. (2009) 'Is Pandemic Flu a Security Threat? ', Survival., vol.51(1):191-214

Enemark C. (2007) Disease and security : natural plagues and biological weapons in East Asia, Routledge, London, United Kingdom

Feldbaum, H., Lee, K. and Patel, P. (2006a) ‘The National Security Implications of HIV/AIDS’, PLoS medicine., 3(6):774-778

Feldbaum, H., Patel, P., Sondorp, E. and Lee, K. (2006b) ‘Global health and national security: the need for critical engagement’, Medicine, conflict and survival., 22(3):192-8

Garrett, Laurie. “The nightmare of bioterrorism.” Foreign affairs. 80, (2001): 76-89.

Heymann, D.L., Chen, L., Takemi, K., Fidler, D.P., Tappero, J.W., Thomas, M.J., Kenyon, T.A., Frieden, T.R., Yach, D., Nishtar, S. and Kalache, A., 2015. Global health security: the wider lessons from the west African Ebola virus disease epidemic.  Lancet., 385(9980), pp.1884-1901

Hester, R.J. and Williams, O.D., 2019. The somatic-security industrial complex: theorizing the political economy of informationalized biology. Review of International Political Economy, pp.1-27.

Kamradt-Scott, Adam. (2015). Managing global health security : the World Health Organization and disease outbreak control . New York: Palgrave Macmillan.

McInnes, C. 2009. ‘National security and global health governance’ in A. Kay and O. Williams (eds) Global health governance : crisis, institutions and political economyISBN: 9780230205918; 0230205917; 9780230249486 (ebook)  London: Palgrave MacMillan

McInnes, C. (2006) ‘HIV/AIDS and Security’, International Affairs., 82(2): 315-326

McInnes, C. and Roemer-Mahler, A., 2017. From security to risk: Reframing global health threats. International Affairs, 93(6), pp.1313-1337

McInnes, C. and Rushton, S. (2010). ‘HIV, AIDS and Security: Where Are We Now? ’, International Affairs 86(1): 225-245

Nunes, J., (2014). 'Questioning health security: Insecurity and domination in world politics'. Review of international studies.ISSN: 0260-210540 (05), pp.939-960.

O’Manique, C. (2005) ‘The “securitisation” of HIV/AIDS in Sub-Saharan Africa: A critical feminist lens’, Policy and Society, 24(1): 24-47

Ostfield, M. L. 2004. “Bioterrorism as a foreign policy issue.” SAIS Review 24: 131-146.

Price-Smith, A. 2001. The health of nations : infectious disease, environmental change, and their effects on national security and development. Cambridge, Mass: MIT Press

Price-Smith, A. (2009). Contagion and chaos : disease, ecology, and national security in the era of globalization. Cambridge: MIT Press

Rushton, S., 2019. Security and Public Health. John Wiley & Sons.

Rushton, S. (2011) ‘Global Health Security: Security for whom? Security from what? ’, Political studies., 59(4): 779-796.

Rushton, S. (2010) 'Framing AIDS: Securitization, Development-ization, Rights-ization', Global Health Governance, 4(1)

Rushton, S. and Youde, J. (eds.) Routledge Handbook of Global Health Security ISBN: 9781138501973 (pbk.) : £39.99Routledge - lots of excellent chapters!

Seckinelgin, H. (2012). The global governance of success in HIV/AIDS policy: Emergency action, everyday lives and Sen's capabilities. Health & Place, 18(3), 453-460.

Seckinelgin, H., Bigirumwami, J. and Morris, J. (2010) ‘Securitization of HIV/AIDS in context: gendered vulnerability in Burundi’, Security dialogue., 41(5):515-535

Youde, J., 2005. 'Enter the fourth horseman: Health security and international relations theory'. Whitehead J. Dipl. & Int'l Rel., 6, p.193.

 

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7. The Medicalisation of Insecurity: Pandemic Influenza and COVID-19 

Required Reading: 

Elbe, S. (2021). 'Bioinformational diplomacy: Global health emergencies, data sharing and sequential life'. European Journal of International Relations, 13540661211008204.

Elbe, S. (2012) ‘Bodies as Battlefields: Toward the Medicalization of Insecurity’, International Political Sociology  6(3): 320-322

Elbe, S. (2011), ‘Pandemics on the Radar Screen: Health Security, Infectious Disease and the Medicalisation of Insecurity’. Political Studies, 59: 848–866

Elbe, S. (2010) Security and global health : Towards the medicalization of insecurity , Cambridge, Polity  

 

Further Reading:

Elbe, S., 2018. Pandemics, pills, and politics: governing global health security. JHU Press.

Elbe, S., Roemer-Mahler, A. and Long, C., 2015. Medical countermeasures for national security: A new government role in the pharmaceuticalization of society. Social Science & Medicine, 131, pp.263-271.

Endang R Sedyaningsih, Siti Isfandari, Triono Soendoro, Siti Fadilah Supari (2008) 'Towards Mutual Trust, Transparency and Equity in Virus Sharing Mechanism: The Avian Influenza Case of Indonesia' , Ann Acad Med Singapore , 37:482-8

Fidler D.P. (2008) 'Influenza virus samples, international law, and global health diplomacy', Emerg Infect Dis,  14(1) 

Fidler, D.P., (2016) A pathology of public health securitism: Approaching pandemics as security threats. In Governing Global Health (pp. 57-80). Routledge  Kamradt-Scott, A., 2015. Pandemic Influenza:‘The Most Feared Security Threat’. In Managing global health security : the World Health Organization and disease outbreak control . New York: Palgrave Macmillan.

Kamradt-Scott, A. and McInnes, C. (2012) ‘The securitisation of pandemic influenza: Framing, security and public policy’, Global public health. ISSN: 1744-1692; 1744-1706. : An International Journal for Research, Policy and Practice, 7( 2)

Roemer-Mahler, A. and Elbe, S., 2016. The race for Ebola drugs: pharmaceuticals, security and global health governance. Third World Quarterly, 37(3), pp.487-506.

Youde, J., 2008. Who's afraid of a chicken? Securitization and Avian Flu. Democracy and security ISSN: 1741-91664(2), pp.148-169.

World Health Organization. 2005. International Health Regulations  (2005).  Geneva: WHO. 

 

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8. Agenda-Setting in Global Health: AIDS Exceptionalism and Neglected Health Issues

Required Reading:

Allen, T. & Parker, M. 2011. “The ‘Other Diseases’ of the Millennium Development Goals: rhetoric and reality of free drug distribution to cure the poor’s parasites.” Third world quarterly.ISSN: 0143-6597 32(2): pp. 91-117

Benton, Adia. 2015. HIV Exceptionalism : Development through disease in Sierra Leone. Minneapolis, MN: University of Minnesota Press

Englund, R. (2007) ‘Are we spending too much on HIV? ’, British Medical Journal., 334(7589):344

Nunes, J., 2016. Ebola and the production of neglect in global health. Third World Quarterly. ISSN: 0143-6597, 37(3), pp.542-556.

Rushton, S. (2010) 'Framing AIDS: Securitization, Development-ization, Rights-ization', Global Health Governance, 4(1)

Shiffman, J. and Smith, S. (2007), ‘Generation of political priority for global health initiatives: a framework and case study of maternal mortality’ , Lancet., 370 (9595): 1370-1379

Smith, J.H. and Whiteside, A. (2010) ‘The history of AIDS exceptionalism’, Journal of the International AIDS Society, 3:13-47

Smith, J. and Taylor EM (2013) ‘MDGs and NTDs: Reshaping the Global Health Agenda’, PLoS Negl Trop Dis,  7(12): e2529

Storeng, K.T., Palmer, J., Daire, J. and Kloster, M.O., (2019) ‘Behind the scenes: International NGOs’ influence on reproductive health policy in Malawi and South Sudan’. Global public health14(4), pp.555-569. 

 

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Further Reading:

Biesma, R. G., Brugha, R., Harmer, A., Walsh, A., Spicer, N., & Walt, G. (2009). The effects of global health initiatives on country health systems: a review of the evidence from HIV/AIDS control. Health Policy and Planning.ISSN: 0268-1080 24(4), 239-252

de Waal, A. 2006. AIDS and power : why there is no political crisis--yet ISBN: 1842777076 (pbk.); 1842777068 (hardback); 9781842777077, Zed Books: London. 

Elbe, S. (2010) ‘ Haggling over viruses: the downside risks of securitizing infectious disease’ Health Policy and Planning., 25 (6). pp. 476-485

Hotez, P. J., & Fenwick, A. (2009). 'Schistosomiasis in Africa: an emerging tragedy in our new global health decade'. PLoS neglected tropical diseasesISSN: 1935-2735, 3(9), e485.

McInnes, C. and Lee, K. (2012) ‘Framing and global health governance: Key findings’, Global Public Health: An International Journal for Research, Policy and Practice, 7:2, 191-198

McInnes, C. and Rushton, S. (2010). ‘HIV, AIDS and Security: Where Are We Now? ’, International Affairs. 86(1): 225-245

Nguyen, V.-K. (2010) The republic of therapy : triage and sovereignty in West Africa's time of AIDS, Duke University Press: Durham, NC

Nguyen, V.-K. (2009) ‘Government-by-exception: enrolment and experimentality in mass HIV treatment programs in Africa’, Social theory and health., 7(3):196-222

Ooms, G., Peter S. Hill, Rachel Hammonds, Luc Van Leemput, Yibektak Assefa, Miti Katabaro, Wim Van Damme (2010) ‘Applying the principles of AIDS 'exceptionality' to global health: challenges for global health governance’, Global Health Governance, IV(1):1-9. - Available online: http://ghgj.org/Ooms_final.pdf

O’Mannique, C. (2005) ‘The “securitisation” of HIV/AIDS in Sub-Saharan Africa: A critical feminist lens’, Policy and Society, 24(1): 24-47

Patterson, Amy S. (2018) 'When all factors align: Acceptance of global AIDS governance', in Africa and global health governance : domestic politics and international structures ISBN: 9781421424514 (e-book), JHU Press.

Piot, P. and Seck, A.M.C. (2001) ‘International responses to the HIV/AIDS epidemic: Planning for success’, Bulletin of the World Health Organization., 79(12): 1106-1112

Rushton, S. (2010) 'Framing AIDS: Securitization, Development-ization, Rights-ization', Global Health Governance, 4(1)

Seckinelgin, H. (2012). The global governance of success in HIV/AIDS policy: Emergency action, everyday lives and Sen's capabilities. Health & Place, 18(3), 453-460.

Trouiller, P. et al. 2002. ‘Drug development for neglected diseases: a deficient market and a public health policy failure’ Lancet. 359(9324)

Youde, J.R., 2016. AIDS, South Africa, and the politics of knowledge ISBN: 9780754670032 (alk. paper); 0754670031 (alk. paper). Routledge.

Youde, J., 2005. The development of a counter-epistemic community: AIDS, South Africa, and international regimes. International relations. ISSN: 0047-117819(4), pp.421-439

Yu, D., Souteyrand, Y., Banda, M. A., Kaufman, J., & Perriëns, J. H. (2008). Investment in HIV/AIDS programs: Does it help strengthen health systems in developing countries? Globalization and HealthISSN: 1744-86034 (1), 8

Whiteside, A. (2006) ‘HIV/AIDS and development: failures of vision and imagination’, International affairs., 82(2): 327-343

 

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9. The challenges for Health Systems Strengthening: Ebola and COVID-19

Required Reading:

Anderson, E.L. and Beresford, A., (2016). Infectious injustice: the political foundations of the Ebola crisis in Sierra Leone. Third World QuarterlyISSN: 0143-65937 (3), pp.468-486.

Hafner, T., & Shiffman, J. (2013). 'The emergence of global attention to health systems strengthening'. Health Policy and Planning, 28(1), 41–50 

 

Further Reading on HSS:

Ayanore, M. A., Amuna, N., Aviisah, M., Awolu, A., Kipo-Sunyehzi, D. D., Mogre, V., Ofori-Asenso, R., Gmanyami, J. M., Kugbey, N., & Gyapong, M. (2019). Towards Resilient Health Systems in Sub-Saharan Africa: A Systematic Review of the English Language Literature on Health Workforce, Surveillance, and Health Governance Issues for Health Systems Strengthening. Annals of Global Health, 85(1)

 

Further Reading on Ebola:

Abeysinghe. Sudeepa. 2016. Ebola at the Borders: Newspaper Representation and the Politics of Border Control. Third world quarterly. 37 (3): 452-467. 

Alexander, Kathleen A., Claire E. Sanderson, Madav Marathe, Bryan L. Lewis, Caitlin M. Rivers, Jeffrey Shaman, John M. Drake, Eric Lofgren, Virginia M. Dato, Marisa C. Eisenberg, and Stephen Eubank. 2015. What Factors Might Have Led to the Emergency of Ebola in West Africa? PLoS neglected tropical diseases 9(6): e0003652. 

Ammann, Theresa. 2014. Ebola in Liberia: A Threat to Human Security and Peace. Cultural Anthropology, October 7.  

Baize, Sylvain, Delphine Pannetier, Lisa Oestereich, Toni Rieger, Lamine Koivogui, N’Faly Magassouba, Barrè Soropogui, Mamadou Saliou Sow, Sakoba Keïta, Hilde De Clerck, et al. 2014. Ebola Virus Disease in Guinea. New England journal of medicine. 371 (October 9): 1418-1425. Doi: 10.1056/NEJMoa1404505. 

Batty, Fodei.  “Reinventing ‘Others’ in a Time of Ebola.” Cultural Anthropology: Ebola in Perspective, 07 October 2014  

Benton, Adia, and Kim Yi Dionne. 2015. 'International Political Economy and the 2014 West Africa Ebola Outbreak'. African studies review. 58 (1): 223-236.

Bolten, Catherine. 2014. Articulating the Invisible: Ebola Beyond Witchcraft in Sierra Leone. Ebola in Perspective, October 7.  

Busby, Joshua, Karen Grépin, and Jeremy Youde. Introduction: Ebola: Implications for Global Health Governance. Global Health Governance 10 (1): 3-10. - Available oline: http://blogs.shu.edu/ghg/2016/04/25/ebola-implications-for-global-health-governance/

Clift, Charles. 2016. Commentary: Ebola and WHO Reform. Global Health Governance 10 (1): 36-40. - Available online: http://blogs.shu.edu/ghg/2016/04/25/ebola-implications-for-global-health-governance/

Davies, S.E. and Bennett, B., 2016. A gendered human rights analysis of Ebola and Zika: Locating gender in global health emergencies. International Affairs. ISSN: 0020-585092(5), pp.1041-1060.

Davies, Sara, and Simon Rushton. 2016. Public Health Emergencies: A New Peacekeeping Mission? Insights form UNMIL’s Role in the Liberia Ebola Outbreak. Third world quarterly. 37 (3): 419-435. 

Erondu, N. A., Martin, J., Marten, R., Ooms, G., Yates, R., & Heymann, D. L. (2018). Building the case for embedding global health security into universal health coverage: a proposal for a unified health system that includes public health. The Lancet, (Health Policy) 392(10156), 1482-1486.

Evans, David, Markus Goldstein, and Anna Popova. 2015. Health-Worker Mortality and the Legacy of the Ebola Epidemic. Lancet. ISSN: 0140-6736; 1474-547X. 3 (8): e439-3440. 

Garrett, Laurie. 2015. Ebola’s Lessons: How the WHO Mishandled the Crisis. Foreign affairs., August 18. 

Harman, S. and Wenham, C., 2018. Governing Ebola: between global health and medical humanitarianism. Globalizations, 15(3), pp.362-376.

Held, D., Kickbusch, I., McNally, K., Piselli, D. and Told, M., 2019. Gridlock, innovation and resilience in global health governance. Global Policy, 10(2), pp.161-177.

Heymann, D.L., Chen, L., Takemi, K., Fidler, D.P., Tappero, J.W., Thomas, M.J., Kenyon, T.A., Frieden, T.R., Yach, D., Nishtar, S. and Kalache, A., 2015. Global health security: the wider lessons from the west African Ebola virus disease epidemic. Lancet., 385 (1980), pp.1884-1901

Hofman, M. and Au, S. (eds), The Politics of Fear. Médecins Sans Frontières and the West African Ebola Epidemic, Oxford: Oxford University Press. 

Kieny, M-P. (2014). Ebola and health systems: Now is the time for change. https://www.who.int/mediacentre/commentaries/health-systems-ebola/en/    •  

Kim, J.Y. (24 Mar 2015). What Ebola Taught the World: One Year Later, Time Magazine.

Kluge, H., Martin-Moreno, J. M., Emiroglu, N., Rodier, G., Kelley, E., Vujnovic, M., & Permanand, G. (2018). Strengthening global health security by embedding the International Health Regulations requirements into national health systems. BMJ Glob Health, 3 (suppl 1)

Mackey, Tim. 2016. Lessons from Liberia: Global Health Governance in the Post-Ebola Paradigm. Global Health Governance 10 (1): 61-71. - Available online: https://blogs.shu.edu/ghg/2016/04/25/lessons-from-liberia-global-health-governance-in-the-post-ebola-paradigm/

McInnes, Colin. 2016. Crisis! What Crisis? Global Health and the 2014-15 West African Ebola Outbreak. Third World Quarterly. 37 (3): 380-400.

McInnes, C., 2015. 'WHO's next? Changing authority in global health governance after Ebola'. International Affairs, 91(6), pp.1299-1316.

Moon, Suerie, Devi Sridhar, Muhammad A Pate, Ashish K Jha, Chelsea Clinton, Sophie Delaunay, Valnora Edwin, Mosoka Fallah, David P Fidler, Laurie Garrett, et al. 2015. 'Will Ebola Change the Game? Ten Essential Reforms before the Next Pandemic. The Report of the Harvard-LSHTM Independent Panel on the Global Report to Ebola'. Lancet. 386 (November 18): 2204-2221.

Nguyen, Vinh-Kim. 2014. Ebola: How We Became Unprepared, and What Might Come Next. Ebola in Perspective October 7.  

Nunes, J., 2016. Ebola and the production of neglect in global health. Third World Quarterly. ISSN: 0143-6597, 37(3), pp.542-556.

Overseas Development Institute. 2015. What Ebola Exposed about Health Systems in West Africa. October.    

Patterson, A.S. (2018) 'International confusion, local demand: Challenging global helath governance during the 2014-2015 Ebola outbreak' in Africa and global health governance : domestic politics and international structures ISBN: 9781421424514 (e-book), JHU Press.

Price-Smith, Andrew, and Jackson Porreca. 2016. Fear, Apathy, and the Ebola Crisis (2014-15): Psychology and Problems of Global Health Governance. Global Health Governance 10 (1): 17-35. - Available online: https://blogs.shu.edu/ghg/2016/04/25/fear-apathy-and-the-ebola-crisis-2014-15-psychology-and-problems-of-global-health-governance/

Richards, P. 2016. Ebola : how a people's science helped end an epidemic ISBN: 1783608587 (pb); 9781783608584 (pb); 9781783608591 (qhb); 1783608595 (qhb); 9781783608607 (pdf); 9781783608614 (epub); 9781783608621 (mobi)Zed Books:London.

Richardson, Eugene T., Mohamed Bailor Barrie, J. Daniel Kelly, Yusupha Dibba, Songor Koedoyoma, and Paul E. Farmer. 2015. Biosocial Approaches to the 2003-2016 Ebola Pandemic. Health and Human Rights Journa l 18 (1). 

Seltzer, E.K., N.S. Jean, E. Kramer-Golinkoff, D.A. Asch, and R.M. Merchant. 2015. The Content of Social Media’s Shared Images about Ebola: A Retrospective Study. Public health. 129: 1273-1277.

Sridhar, D., Kickbusch, I., Moon, S., Dzau, V., Heymann, D., Jha, A. K., Saavendra, J., Stocking, B., Woskie, L. & Piot, P,  (2016) 'Facing forward after Ebola: questions for the next director general of the World Health Organization',  1 British medical journal. ISSN: 0959-8138; 1468-5833; 0959-8146; 0959-8154; 0959-535X; 1756-1833.353, p. i2666

Sridhar, D. & 21 others (2015) 'Will Ebola change the game? Ten essential reforms before the next pandemic. the report of the Harvard-LSHTM Independent Panel on the Global Response to Ebola', Lancet. ISSN: 0140-6736; 1474-547X.. 386, 10009, p. 2204-2221 18 p.

Youde, J. 2018 'International society confronts Ebola', in Global Health Governance in International Society. Oxford University Press.

Youde, J., 2014. The ebola outbreak in guinea, liberia, and sierra leone. E-International Relations26. Available from: https://www.e-ir.info/2014/07/26/the-ebola-outbreak-in-guinea-liberia-and-sierra-leone/ 

 

Further Reading on COVID-19:

Elebesunu, E. E., Oke, G. I., Adebisi, Y. A., & Nsofor, I. M. (2021). COVID‐19 calls for health systems strengthening in Africa: A case of Nigeria. The International Journal of Health Planning and Management.

Gupta, R. (2020). Health systems in post-COVID-19 era: strengthening primary care and district hospitals. RUHS J Health Sciences5, 61-65.

Haldane, V., De Foo, C., Abdalla, S. M., Jung, A. S., Tan, M., Wu, S., ... & Legido-Quigley, H. (2021). Health systems resilience in managing the COVID-19 pandemic: lessons from 28 countries. Nature Medicine, 1-17.

Lal, A., Erondu, N. A., Heymann, D. L., Gitahi, G., & Yates, R. (2020). 'Fragmented health systems in COVID-19: rectifying the misalignment between global health security and universal health coverage'. The Lancet.

Nepomnyashchiy, L., Dahn, B., Saykpah, R., & Raghavan, M. (2020). COVID-19: Africa needs unprecedented attention to strengthen community health systems. The Lancet396(10245), 150-152.

Sundararaman, T. (2020). 'Health systems preparedness for COVID-19 pandemic'. Indian Journal of Public Health64(6), 91.

Williams, O., Yung, K. C., & Grépin, K. A. (2021). The failure of private health services: COVID-19 induced crises in low-and middle-income country (LMIC) health systems. Global Public Health, 1-14.

 

 

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10. Gender in Global Health: Infectious diseases and sexual reproductive health

Required Reading :

Anderson, E.L. (2015) Gender, HIV and risk : navigating structural violence Palgrave MacMillan: Basingstoke - especially chapters 3-4    

Davies, S.E. and Bennett, B., 2016. 'A gendered human rights analysis of Ebola and Zika: locating gender in global health emergencies'. International AffairsISSN: 0020-58592(5), pp.1041-1060.

González Vélez, A.C. and Diniz, S.G., 2016. Inequality, Zika epidemics, and the lack of reproductive rights in Latin America. Reproductive Health Matters24(48), pp.57-61

Harman, S., 2016. Ebola, gender and conspicuously invisible women in global health governance. Third World Quarterly. ISSN: 0143-6597, 37(3), pp.524-541.

Wenham, C., 2021. Feminist global health security. Oxford University Press.    

 

Further Reading on Gender:

Cockburn, C. (2004) "The Continuum of Violence: A Gender Perspective on War and Peace." in Giles, W. M. and Hyndman, J. (eds.)  Sites of violence : gender and conflict zones , Berkeley, University of California Press, 23-44

Pateman, C. (1988) The sexual contract, Polity Press: Cambridge

Pelser, E., Gondwe, L., Mayamba, C., Mhango, T., Phiri, W. and Burton, P. (December 2005) ‘ Intimate partner violence : results from a national gender-based violence study in Malawi ’, Crime and Justice Statistical Division, National Statistics Office: Zomba, Malawi - Available online: https://www.issafrica.org/publications/books/intimate-partner-violence-results-from-a-national-gender-based-violence-study-in-malawi

 

Vaittinen, T. and Confortini, C.C. eds., 2019. Gender, Global Health, and Violence: Feminist Perspectives on Peace and Disease. Rowman & Littlefield International.

Wenham, C. and Davies, S., 2020. WHO runs the world:(not) girls. Gender neglect during global health emergencies. International Feminist Journal of Politics. 

 

Further Reading on Gender and SRH:

Anderson, E.-L. (2012) ‘Infectious women: Gendered bodies and HIV in Malawi’ , International feminist journal of politics., 14(2): 267-287

Blanc, A.K., 2001. The effect of power in sexual relationships on sexual and reproductive health: an examination of the evidence. Studies in family planning. ISSN: 0039-366532(3), pp.189-213

Escove, A. (2016) Modernizing sexuality : U.S. HIV prevention in Sub-Saharan AfricaISBN: 9780199933617 paperback; 0199933618 paperback, Oxford: Oxford University Press [Please order for this and MA module] 

Correa, S. and Petchesky, R., 2007. Reproductive and sexual rights: a feminist perspective. In Culture, Society and Sexuality (pp. 314-332). Routledge.

Dworkin, S.L., Fleming, P.J. and Colvin, C.J., 2015. The promises and limitations of gender-transformative health programming with men: critical reflections from the field. Culture, Health & Sexuality17 (sup2), pp.128-143.

Doyal, L., 2001. Sex, gender, and health: the need for a new approachBmj ISSN: 0959-8138; 1468-5833; 0959-8146; 0959-8154; 0959-535X; 1756-1833323(7320), pp.1061-1063.

García‐Moreno, C. and Stöckl, H., 2009. Protection of sexual and reproductive health rights: addressing violence against womenInternational Journal of Gynecology & Obstetrics ISSN: 0020-7292106(2), pp.144-147

Glasier, A., Gülmezoglu, A.M., Schmid, G.P., Moreno, C.G. and Van Look, P.F., 2006. Sexual and reproductive health: a matter of life and deathThe Lancet. ISSN: 0140-6736; 1474-547X368(9547), pp.1595-1607.

González Vélez, A.C. and Diniz, S.G., 2016. Inequality, Zika epidemics, and the lack of reproductive rights in Latin AmericaReproductive health matters. ISSN: 0968-808024(48), pp.57-61.

Harman, S. and Davies, S.E., 2019. 'President Donald Trump as global health’s displacement activity'. Review of International Studies, 45(3), pp.491-501.

Harris, L.H., Silverman, N.S. and Marshall, M.F., 2016. The paradigm of the paradox: women, pregnant women, and the unequal burdens of the Zika virus pandemicThe American Journal of Bioethics16(5), pp.1-4.

MacPherson, E.E., Sadalaki, J., Njoloma, M., Nyongopa, V., Nkhwazi, L., Mwapasa, V., Lalloo, D.G., Desmond, N., Seeley, J. and Theobald, S., 2012. Transactional sex and HIV: understanding the gendered structural drivers of HIV in fishing communities in Southern Malawi. Journal of the International AIDS SocietyISSN: 1758-265215 (3).

Rasanathan, J.J., MacCarthy, S., Diniz, D., Torreele, E. and Gruskin, S., 2017. Engaging human rights in the response to the evolving Zika virus epidemic. American Journal of Public Health. ISSN: 0090-0036; 1541-0048107(4), pp.525-531.

Seckinelgin, H. (2009b) Colonial silences, gender and sexuality: unpacking international HIV and AIDS policy culture, in Klot, J.F. and Nguyen, V.-K., (eds.) The fourth wave : violence, gender, culture, and HIV in the 21st century, UNESCO, Paris, France

Seckinelgin, H., Bigirumwami, J. and Morris, J. (2011) ‘Conflict and gender: the implications of the Burundian conflict on HIV/AIDS risks’, Conflict, Security and Development., 11(1): 55-77

Wenham, C., Arevalo, A., Coast, E., Corrêa, S., Cuellar, K., Leone, T. and Valongueiro, S., 2019. Zika, abortion and health emergencies: a review of contemporary debates. Globalization and Health, 15(1), p.49.

Wenham C, Nunes J, Correa Matta G, de Oliveira Nogueira C, Aparecida Valente P, Pimenta DN (2020) 'Gender mainstreaming as a pathway for sustainable arbovirus control in Latin America'. PLoS Negl Trop Dis 14(2): e0007954. 

Wood, K. and Jewkes, R., 1997. Violence, rape, and sexual coercion: Ever yday love in a South African townshipGender and development. ISSN: 1355-20745(2), pp.41-46.

 

Further Reading on Gender and COVID-19:

Azcona, G., Bhatt, A., Davies, S.E., Harman, S., Smith, J. and Wenham, C., (2020). 'Spotlight on gender, COVID-19 and the SDGs: will the pandemic derail hard-won progress on gender equality?'.

De Paz, Carmen, Miriam Muller, Ana Maria Munoz Boudet, and Isis Gaddis. (2020) 'Gender dimensions of the COVID-19 pandemic.' World Bank.

Gausman, J. and Langer, A., (2020). Sex and gender disparities in the COVID-19 pandemic. Journal of Women's Health29(4), pp.465-466.

Harman, S., 2021. Threat not solution: gender, global health security and COVID-19. International Affairs97(3), pp.601-623.

Smith, J., Davies, S.E., Feng, H., Gan, C.C., Grépin, K.A., Harman, S., Herten-Crabb, A., Morgan, R., Vandan, N. and Wenham, C. (2021). 'More than a public health crisis: a feminist political economic analysis of COVID-19'. Global Public Health, 1-17.

Wenham, C., Smith, J. and Morgan, R., (2020). 'COVID-19: the gendered impacts of the outbreak'. The Lancet395(10227), pp.846-848.

 

 

 

This list was last updated on 19/10/2021