Uli Beisel
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Flourishing with awkward creatures: Togetherness, vulnerability, killing
F Ginn, U Beisel, M Barua
Environmental Humanities 4 (1), 113-123, 2014
Knowing insects: Hosts, vectors and companions of science
U Beisel, AH Kelly, N Tousignant
Science as Culture 22 (1), 1-15, 2013
The flying public health tool: genetically modified mosquitoes and malaria control
U Beisel, C BoŽte
Science as Culture 22 (1), 38-60, 2013
The complexities of simple technologies: re-imagining the role of rapid diagnostic tests in malaria control efforts
U Beisel, R Umlauf, E Hutchinson, CIR Chandler
Malaria journal 15, 1-9, 2016
Neglected malarias: The frontlines and back alleys of global health
AH Kelly, U Beisel
Biosocieties 6, 71-87, 2011
Jumping hurdles with mosquitoes?
U Beisel
Environment and Planning D: Society and Space 28 (1), 46-49, 2010
Markets and mutations: Mosquito nets and the politics of disentanglement in global health
U Beisel
Geoforum 66, 146-155, 2015
Provincialising waste: the transformation of ambulance car 7/83–2 to Tro-Tro Dr. Jesus
U Beisel, T Schneider
Environment and Planning D: Society and Space 30 (4), 639-654, 2012
The anthropology of malaria: Locating the social
CIR Chandler, U Beisel
Medical Anthropology 36 (5), 411-421, 2017
Migration control, the local economy and violence in the Burkina Faso and Niger borderland
K Donko, M Doevenspeck, U Beisel
Journal of Borderlands Studies 37 (2), 235-251, 2022
Living with awkward creatures: vulnerability, togertherness, killing
U Beisel, F Ginn, M Barua
Environmental Humanities 4 (1), 2014
On gloves, rubber and the spatio-temporal logics of global health
U Beisel
Somatosphere, 2014
The release of genetically engineered mosquitoes in Burkina Faso: bioeconomy of science, public engagement and trust in medicine
U Beisel, JK Ganle
African Studies Review 62 (3), 164-173, 2019
The blue warriors: ecology, participation and public health in malaria control experiments in Ghana
U Beisel
Duke University Press Duke University Press, pp. 281-302 Duke University Press, 2015
Divining, testing, and the problem of accountability
U Beisel, S Calkins, R Rottenburg
HAU: Journal of Ethnographic Theory 8 (1-2), 109-113, 2018
Resistant bodies, malaria and the question of immunity
U Beisel
Global health and geographical imaginaries, 114-134, 2017
What might we learn from ANT for studying healthcare issues in the majority world, and what might ANT learn in turn?
U Beisel
The Routledge companion to actor-network theory, 246-255, 2019
Conclusion: power, relationality and difference
T Berger, A Esguerra
World Politics in Translation, 216-231, 2017
Engaging scientists: An online survey exploring the experience of innovative biotechnological approaches to controlling vector-borne diseases
C BoŽte, U Beisel, L Reis Castro, N Cťsard, RG Reeves
Parasites & Vectors 8, 1-13, 2015
Who bites back first?: Malaria control in Ghana and the politics of co-existence
U Beisel
PQDT-UK & Ireland, 2011
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