Adia Benton
Adia Benton
Associate professor, Anthropology, Northwestern University
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HIV exceptionalism: Development through disease in Sierra Leone
A Benton
U of Minnesota Press, 2015
International political economy and the 2014 West African Ebola outbreak
A Benton, KY Dionne
African Studies Review 58 (1), 223-236, 2015
Enumeration, identity, and health
T Sangaramoorthy, A Benton
Medical Anthropology 31 (4), 287-291, 2012
Temporality and positive living in the age of HIV/AIDS: a Multisited ethnography
A Benton, T Sangaramoorthy, I Kalofonos
Current anthropology 58 (4), 454-476, 2017
African expatriates and race in the anthropology of humanitarianism
A Benton
Critical African Studies 8 (3), 266-277, 2016
Risky business: race, nonequivalence and the humanitarian politics of life
A Benton
Visual Anthropology 29 (2), 187-203, 2016
“Find their Level”. African American Roots Tourism in Sierra Leone and Ghana
A Benton, KZ Shabazz
Cahiers d’études africaines 49 (193-194), 477-511, 2009
Whose security? Militarization and Securitization During West Africa's Ebola Outbreak
A Benton
The Politics of Fear: Médecins sans Frontières and the West African Ebola …, 2017
Exceptional suffering? Enumeration and vernacular accounting in the HIV-positive experience
A Benton
Medical Anthropology 31 (4), 310-328, 2012
“Even War has Rules”: On Medical Neutrality and Legitimate Non-violence
A Benton, S Atshan
Culture, medicine, and psychiatry 40 (2), 151-158, 2016
The epidemic will be militarized: Watching outbreak as the West African Ebola epidemic unfolds
A Benton
Cultural Anthropology 15, 2014
Ebola at a distance: a pathographic account of anthropology's relevance
A Benton
Anthropological Quarterly, 495-524, 2017
Indirect rule redux: the political economy of diamond mining and its relation to the Ebola outbreak in Kono district, Sierra Leone
R Frankfurter, M Kardas-Nelson, A Benton, MB Barrie, Y Dibba, P Farmer, ...
Review of African political economy 45 (158), 522-540, 2018
Border promiscuity, illicit intimacies, and origin stories: Or what contagion’s bookends tell us about new infectious diseases and a racialized geography of blame
A Benton
Somatosphere, March 6, 2020
What's the matter boss, we sick? A meditation on ebola's origin stories
A Benton
Ebola's message: public health and medicine in the twenty-first century, 85-94, 2016
Ebola's Message: Public Health and Medicine in the Twenty-First Century
NG Evans, TC Smith, MS Majumder
MIT Press, 2016
Why do we read the classics?
G Da Col, C Sopranzetti, F Myers, A Piliavsky, JL Jackson Jr, Y Bonilla, ...
Journal of Ethnographic Theory 7 (3), 1-38, 2017
Race and the immuno-logics of Ebola response in West Africa
A Benton
Somatosphere, 2014
Surgical referral coordination from a first-level hospital: a prospective case study from rural Nepal
M Fleming, C King, S Rajeev, A Baruwal, D Schwarz, R Schwarz, ...
BMC health services research 17 (1), 1-8, 2017
Gender, Power and Multi-partner Sex Implications for dual Method Use in Ghana
L Goparaju, D Afenyadu, A Benton, V Wells, G Alema-Mensah
Washington DC: CEDPA, 2003
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