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Recommended reading

Four of our researchers, Jack Jenkins, Wahab Lawundeh, Tommy Hanson and Hannah Brown, have had an article published on their ethnographic study of the risks of disease transmission in sites of bushmeat trading in Sierra Leone. Read the article in Plos One here.

Jack Jenkins has had his book review of Theodore Trefon’s Bushmeat: Culture, Economy and Conservation in Central Africa published in the Africa Journal. Read Jack’s review here.

We are happy to share the first in a series of four papers about One Health published by The Lancet and co-authored by Hannah Brown and Andrea Kaiser-Grolimund. Read the full paper here.

Tommy Hanson, our country lead in Sierra Leone, is one of the researchers who has contributed to the People’s Agenda for Pandemic Preparedness. This significant report is published by The Covid Collective, which offers a social science research response to Covid-19 related development challenges. You can download a copy here.

Recommended listening

Hannah Brown is one of six social anthropologists from Durham University invited to answer the question “What does the future hold?” by the Durham Book Festival 2023. You can find Hannah’s podcast on Planning for the Next Pandemic here.

Recommended viewing

Jack Jenkins was invited to moderate a discussion of the new book “Bushmeat: Culture, Economy and Conservation in Central Africa” by Theodore Trefon at a Royal African Society event at SOAS on 5th April 2023. Watch here.

More research outputs coming soon

Please contact Hannah Brown or Jane Abel at [email protected]