Covid-19 related (including older pieces)

– with Calkin, S., Holden, K., Reid-Henry, S., Taylor, S. ‘How to have theory in a pandemic: Critically reflecting on the discourses of Covid-19’, in Andrews, A., Pearce, J., Crooks, V., Messina, J. (Eds) COVID-19 and Similar Futures: Geographical perspectives, issues and agendas. 2021 (forthcoming)

– with Budd, L. and Bell, M. ‘Of plagues, planes and politics: controlling the global spread of infectious diseases by air‘. Political Geography 2009.

– Bell, M., Faire, L. ‘Germs, genes and postcolonial geographies: reading the return of tuberculosis to Leicester’, UK, 2001‘. Cultural Geographies 2006.

Selected articles, book chapters and other writing published since 2010

– Book review: ‘Locating the role of informality in global health security: Institutional responses to the International Health Regulations in Southeast Asia’, Davies, S.E., 2019 ‘Containing Contagion: The politics of disease outbreaks in Southeast Asia’. Singapore Journal of Tropical Geography 2021

– with Datta, K. and Fernando, S. ‘Gender, caring work, and the embodiment of kufungisisa: Findings from a global health intervention in Shurugwi District, Zimbabwe‘. Health & Place 2022

– with Rhadhika, G., Mor, S., Viney, M., Hodobo, T., Lello, J. and 16 others ‘A One Health Approach to Child Stunting: Evidence and Research Agenda‘. American Journal of Tropical Medicine and Hygiene 2021

– with Fernando, S., Datta, K., Chidhanguro, D., Tavengwa, N. V., Chandna, J., … & Prendergast, A. J. ‘The Friendship Bench as a brief psychological intervention with peer support in rural Zimbabwean women: a mixed methods pilot evaluation’. Global Mental Health 2021

– with Craddock, S. ‘Urban health: A history’, in Vojnovic, I., Pearson, A.L., Gershim, A., Allen, A., Deverteuil, G. (Eds) Handbook of Global Urban Health. 2019

 – with Greenhough, B., Read, C., Lorimer, J., Lezaun, J., McLeod, C. and 21 others ‘Setting the agenda for social science research on the human microbiome‘. Palgrave Communications 2020

 – with Dyck, I., Greenhough, B., Raven-Ellison, M., Ornstein, M., Duffy, S. ‘“They say it’s more aggressive in black women”: Biosociality, breast cancer, and becoming a population “at risk”‘. Transactions of the Institute of British Geographers 2019

– with Taylor, S.  ‘Global health geographies’, in Crooks, V.A., Andrews, G.J., Pearce, J. (Eds) Routledge Handbook of Health Geography. 2018

– with Dyck, I., Greenhough, B., Raven-Ellison, M., Dembinsky, M., Ornstein, M., Duffy, S. ‘Fear, family and the placing of emotion: Black women’s responses to a breast cancer awareness intervention‘. Social Science and Medicine 2017

– with Greenhough, B., Duffy, S., Dyck, I., Ornstein, M. and 4 others ‘Evaluating a DVD promoting breast awareness amongst Black women aged 25-50 in East London‘. Journal of Environment and Community Health 2017

– with Thompson, C., Cummins, S., Kyle, R. ‘Contrasting approaches to ‘doing’ family meals: a qualitative study of the role of individual choice in shaping home food practices at mealtimes‘. Critical Public Health 2016

– with Reubi, D., Herrick, C. ‘Politics of NCDs in the Global South‘. Health & Place 2016

– with Thompson, C., Cummins, S., Kyle, R.  ‘What does it mean to be a ‘picky eater’? A qualitative study of food related identities and practices. Appetite 2015

– with Wakefield, S., Fredrickson, K.R. ‘Food, security, and health in Canada: Imaginaries, exclusions and possibilities‘. Canadian Geographer/Le Géographe Canadien 2015

– ‘Difference by degrees: fatness and the problem with contagious metaphors‘. Health: An Interdisciplinary Journal for the Social Study of Health, Illness and Medicine 2014

The making of ‘urban healtheries’ (Brabazon): the transformation of cemeteries and burial grounds in late-Victorian East London‘. Journal of Historical Geography 2013

– Thompson, C., Cummins, S., Brown, T., Kyle, R. ‘Understanding interactions with the food environment: an exploration of supermarket food shopping routines in deprived neighbourhoods‘. Health & Place  2012

 – with Craddock, S., Ingram, A. ‘Critical interventions in global health: governmentality, risk, assemblage‘. Annals of the Association of American Geographers 2012

– with Moon, G. ‘Commentary: Global Health and Geography‘. Geographical Journal  2012

– ‘‘Vulnerability is universal’: Considering the place of ‘security’ and ‘vulnerability’ within contemporary global health discourse‘. Social Science and Medicine 2010