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  • Contextualizing Coronavirus Geographically

    Contextualizing Coronavirus Geographically

    Knowing Birds and Viruses – from Biopolitics to Cosmopolitics (Pages: 192-213)

    Mapping microbial stories: Creative microbial aesthetic and cross‐disciplinary intervention in understanding nurses’ infection prevention practices

    Biosecurity and the topologies of infected life: from borderlines to borderlands

    Mapping careful epidemiology: Spatialities, materialities, and subjectivities in the management of animal disease

    The tactile topologies of Contagion

    The spatial anatomy of an epidemic: #influenza in London and the county boroughs of England and Wales, 1918–1919

    The tyranny of empty shelves: Scarcity and the political manufacture of antiretroviral stock‐outs in South Kivu, the Democratic Republic of the Congo

    The strange geography of health inequalities

    Maintaining the sanitary border: air transport liberalisation and health security practices at UK regional airports

    For the sake of the child: The economization of reproduction in the #Zika public health emergency

    The avian flu: some lessons learned from the 2003 #SARS outbreak in Toronto

    Airline networks and the international diffusion of severe acute respiratory syndrome (SARS)

    Indeterminacy in‐decisions – science, policy and politics in the BSE (#Bovine_Spongiform_Encephalopathy) crisis

    Biosecure citizenship: politicising symbiotic associations and the construction of biological threat

    The Spatial Dynamics of Epidemic Diseases in War and Peace: #Cuba and the Insurrection against Spain, 1895–98

    Pandemic cities: biopolitical effects of changing infection control in post‐SARS #Hong_Kong

    Biosecurity and the international response to HIV/AIDS: governmentality, globalisation and security

    Portable sequencing, genomic data, and scale in global emerging infectious disease #surveillance

    Disease, Social Identity, and Risk: Rethinking the Geography of AIDS

    Who lives, who dies, who cares? Valuing life through the disability‐adjusted life year measurement

    (Global) health geography and the post‐2015 development agenda

    When places come first: suffering, archetypal space and the problematic production of global health

    After neoliberalisation? Monetary indiscipline, crisis and the state

    Humanitarianism as liberal diagnostic: humanitarian reason and the political rationalities of the liberal will‐to‐care

    In the wake: Interpreting care and global health through #Black_geographies

    Avian influenza and events in political biogeography

    ‘We are managing our own lives . . . ’: Life transitions and care in sibling‐headed households affected by AIDS in Tanzania and Uganda

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