Tag: Zoonosis

VIRUS, un mundo por descubrir

anthropologies , July 30th, 2020


Hace ya 40 años que la comunidad científica dio por erradicada la Viruela, una enfermedad vírica que protagonizo una de las epidemias más devastadora de la historia de…


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Building Out the Rat: Animal Intimacies and Prophylactic Settlement in 1920s South Africa

Chitra , February 7th, 2017


by Branwyn Polykett, University of Cambridge § In the years between the two world wars another global war was declared, the war on the rat. The rat was a stray…


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Top Thematic Series

Alexandra Frankel , December 19th, 2016


In the run-up to the holiday season we invite you to sit back, relax, and enjoy some of our most popular content this year. We are continually on…


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Top Thematic Series

Alexandra Frankel , December 19th, 2016


In the run-up to the holiday season we invite you to sit back, relax, and enjoy some of our most popular content this year. We are continually on…


Deforestation, Dogs, and Zoonotic Disease

Elyse Bailey , July 12th, 2016


As Earth’s climate and species assemblages rapidly change, emergent zoonoses—diseases that spill over from nonhuman animal to human populations—are outpacing modern medical solutions. Contributors to …


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Circulating Ebola in the Anthropocene

Elyse Bailey , July 12th, 2016


As Earth’s climate and species assemblages rapidly change, emergent zoonoses—diseases that spill over from nonhuman animal to human populations—are outpacing modern medical solutions. Contributors to …


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Of Farmers and Fowl

Elyse Bailey , July 12th, 2016


Investigating Bird Flu in Vietnam As Earth’s climate and species assemblages rapidly change, emergent zoonoses—diseases that spill over from nonhuman animal to human populations—are outpacing modern m…


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The Plague of Inequality in Madagascar

Elyse Bailey , July 8th, 2016


As Earth’s climate and species assemblages rapidly change, emergent zoonoses—diseases that spill over from nonhuman animal to human populations—are outpacing modern medical solutions. Contributors to …


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Diseases That Don’t Fit

Elyse Bailey , July 8th, 2016


Dengue, Zika, and the Trouble with Classifications As Earth’s climate and species assemblages rapidly change, emergent zoonoses—diseases that spill over from nonhuman animal to human populations—are o…


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