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Cholera control and anti-Haitian stigma in the Dominican Republic: from migration policy to lived experience2019 Anthropology and medicine 26 (2): 123-41
  • Andrea J. Lund
  • Bonnie N. Kaiser
  • Brandon A. Kohrt
  • Hunter M. Keys
  • Jenny W. Foster
  • Matthew C. Freeman
  • Rob Stephenson
H6/KGT [BRITISH-]1364-8470
The politics of cholera, crisis and citizenship in rural Zimbabwe: 'people were dying like flies'2019 African affairs 118 (472): 413-34
  • Simukai Chigudu
H6/KY [AFRICAN-]0001-9909
Aislamento e identificación de Vibrio cholerae y otras especies de vibrios halofílicos patógenos a partir varios reservorios acuáticos naturales en la zona de La Bocana del Río Lurín2019 Boletín de Lima 41 (196): 107-22
  • Humanchumo_Llerena Fernando
  • Jorge Mariazza Rodríguez
  • Tomás Agurto Sáenz
*H6/KE [BOLETIN-]0253-0015English and German summaries
Harvesting cholera: fruit, disease and governance in the cholera epidemic of Tucumán, Argentina, 1867-682016 Journal of Latin American studies 49 (1): 115-42
  • Carlos Dimas
*H6/KUL [JOURNAL-]0022-216XSpanish and Portuguese summaries
Cholera morbus and urban health policy in the 19th century Mediterranean. The health emergency and urban planning measures taken by the Catania authorities focusing on the sailors' district2016 Journal of Mediterranean studies 25 (2): 115-35
  • Gianantonio Scaglione
H6 [JOURNAL-]1016-3476
Origins of plague and cholera according to the Lithuanian folklore2016 Tautosakos Darbai (NS) 52: 145-66
  • Asta Skujytė-Razmienė
H6/KVT [TAUTOSAKOS-]1392-2831in special section 'Concept of disease in the traditional culture'; English summary
Food that heals: protective and healing role of food during epidemics of cholera2016 Glasnik slovenskega etnološkega Društva 56 (1/2): 5-13
  • Katarina Keber
H6/KVP [SLOVENSKO ETNOLOSKO DRUSTVO. Glasnik]0351-2908English summary
Figuration of Haiti's native collective history through its traumatic reverberation2015 L'Autre: cliniques, cultures et sociétés 16 (1): 28-37
  • Marie Rose Moro
  • Mayssa El Husseini
  • Yoram Mouchenik
H6 [AUTRE-]1626-5378English and Spanish summaries
El paradigma ambiental: continuidades en tiempos ordinario y epidemias. Campeche, 1820-18552015 Iberoamericana 15 (59): 25-44
  • Carlos Ramón Alcalá Ferráez
H6/KUL [IBEROAMERICANA-]1577-3388English summary
Tainted commons, public health: the politico-moral significance of cholera in Vietnam2014 Medical anthropology quarterly (New Series) 28 (3): 342-61
  • Martha L. Lincoln
H6/KGT [MEDICAL-]0745-5194
Character of the funerary ritual as an image of the events of the nineteenth century in central Moravia2014 Český Lid 101 (2): 149-69
  • Jakub Vrána
  • Lukáš Šín
H6/KVL [CESKY-]0009-0794English summary
Between pandemic and pan-Islamism. Colonial imagination of the pilgrimage to Mecca (1886-1914)2013 Archives de sciences sociales des religions 58 (163): 165-89
  • Luc Chantre
H6/KFO [ARCHIVES-]0335-5985English and Spanish summaries
Social foundations for a community-based public health cholera campaign in Borgne, Haiti2013 Human organization 72 (4): 312-22
  • John Mazzeo
  • Rose-Marie Chierici
H6/KF [APPLIED-]0018-7259
Houses and individuals in Udine during the cholera outbreak of 1836. A geo-referenced analysis with micro-level data2011 Genus 67 (2): 101-18
  • Alessio Fornasin
  • Marco Breschi
  • Matteo Manfredi
H6/HB [GENUS-]2035-5556in special issue 'Revisiting mortality crises of the past'
Water, livelihood and health in Attapeu province in Lao PDR2010 Southeast Asian studies 47 (4): 478-98
  • Bounphenh Sangsomsack
  • Kampheng Chomlasak
  • Kaoru Midorikawa
  • Traykhouane Phoutavan
  • Yutaka Midorikawa
H6/KWY [SOUTHEAST-]0563-8682in thematic issue 'Agency, opportunity and risk: commercialization and human-nature relationships in Laos'
Who went where ... and why: patterns and consequences of displacement in rural Zimbabwe after February 20002010 Journal of southern African studies 36 (2): 339-60
  • Bill H. Kinsey
H6/KY [JOURNAL-]0305-7070in special issue 'The Zimbabwe crisis through the lens of displacement'
Cholera and typhoid fever in 19th-century Bielitzer Zion2010 Anthropological Review: the official publication of the Polish anthropological Society 73: 37-46
  • Arkadiusz K. Wrębiak
H6 [ANTHROPOLOGICAL-]1898-6773Polish summary
Cross-border interactions and health in the Brazil-Colombia-Peru border zone2010 Mundo Amazonico 1: 243-66
  • Claudia Mercedes Mora-Cárdenas
  • Ligía del Pilar Perez Reyes
  • Martha Cecilia Suárez-Mutis
  • Paulo Cesar Peiter
English summary
Climate change and infectious diseases: crossover between medical research and area informatics2009 Southeast Asian studies 46 (4): 646-59
  • Mitsuaki Nishibuchi
H6/KWY [SOUTHEAST-]0563-8682in special issue 'Development of area informatics: a new paradigm in area studies'; English summary
On sacred ground: the church and burial rites in nineteenth-century Yucatán, Mexico2007 Mexican studies 23 (1): 33-62
  • Heather L. McCrea
*H6/KUL [MEXICAN-]0742-9797Spanish summary
Poverty, marginality, and illness2006 American ethnologist 33 (1): 27-32
  • Veena Das
H6 [AMERICAN-]0094-0496review article on Stories in the time of cholera: racial profiling during a medical nightmare by C L Briggs with C Mantini-Briggs (Berkeley: University of California Press, 2003) and Pathologies of power: health, human rights, and the new war on the poor by P Farmer (Berkeley: University of California Press, 2003); in thematic section 'Humanitarianism, mediation, and intervention'
Factors associated with emergence and spread of cholera epidemic and its control in Sarawak, Malaysia between 199 and 20032005 Southeast Asian studies 43 (2): 109-40
  • Fatimah Abu Bakar
  • Jurin Wolmon Gunsalam
  • Patrik Guda Benjamin
  • Son Radu
  • Suhaimi Napis
H6/KWY [SOUTHEAST-]0563-8682
Modernity, cultural reasoning, and the institutionalization of social inequality: racializing death in a Venezuelan cholera epidemic2001 Comparative studies in society and history 43 (4): 665-700
  • Charles L. Briggs
H6/KF [COMPARATIVE-]0010-4175
Explanatory models for sickness and strategies for well-being in Kottar (Tamil, South India)2001 Curare 24 (1/2): 9-18
  • Damaris Lüthi
0344-8622English summary
Tropical environments, human activities, and the transmission of infectious diseases2000 Yearbook of physical anthropology 43: 3-31
  • Lisa Sattenspiel
H6/HB [YEARBOOK-]0002-9483in annual supplement to the American Journal of Physical Anthropology 2000 (31)
The cholera: the epidemics and their socio-demographic features in southern Italy2000 International journal of anthropology 15 (3/4): 241-53
  • A. Piro
  • A. Tagarelli
  • G. Tagarelli
  • S. Tagarelli
The selective advantage of cystic fibrosis heterozygotes tested by a DNA analysis: a preliminary investigation2000 International journal of anthropology 15 (3/4): 255-62
  • B. Bramanti
  • B. Chiarelli
  • B. Herrmann
  • D. Caramelli
  • L. Sineo
  • S. Hummel
Ancient habits and new diseases: the difficult adaptation of the health politics during the XIXth century1998 Bulletins et mémoires de la Société d'Anthropologie de Paris (Nouvelle Série) 10 (1/2): 53-66
  • Daniel Panzac
English summary
ABO blood groups and cholera: an investigation of an infectious disease as an agent of natural selection1996 Nexus 12: 1-12, 89
  • Sylvia Abonyi
French summary
The cholera emergence in Argentina and the construction of ethnic stigmas towards indigenous people on the border with Paraguay and Bolivia1995/6 Bulletin of the International Committee on Urgent Anthropological and Ethnological Research 37/8: 99-113
  • Hugo Trinchero
A propos d'une epidemie de cholera: science medicale, société creole et pouvoir colonial à la Guadeloupe (1865-1866) [Spanish and English summaries]1992 Asclepio 44 (1): 215-21, 384
  • D Taffin