Publications

Books

Matheus Alves Duarte da Silva and Christos Lynteris (eds) Rural and Agrarian Disease Knowledge: Anthropological and Historical Perspectives (London and New York: Routledge) [in print]

Special Issues

Matheus Alves Duarte da Silva, Oliver French, Frédéric Keck, and Jules Skotnes-Brown (eds), Disease Reservoirs: Anthropological and Historical Approaches, Medical Anthropology 42:4 (August 2023).

Articles

Matheus Alves Duarte da Silva and Jules Skotnes-Brown, ‘Emerging Infectious Diseases and Disease Emergence: Critical, Ontological and Epistemological Approaches,’
Isis 2023, Special Issue on Pandemics and Epidemics, 114:S1S26-S49

Christos Lynteris, ‘The Figure of the Staggering Rat: Reading Colonial Outbreak Narratives Against the Grain of “Virus Hunting”,’ Journal of the History of Medicine and Allied Sciences [accepted, OA].

Matheus Alves Duarte da Silva, Oliver French, Frédéric Keck, and Jules Skotnes-Brown, ‘Introduction: Disease Reservoirs: From Colonial Medicine to One Health,’ Medical Anthropology 42:4 (August 2023): 311-324, OA.

Christos Lynteris, ‘Afterword: Disease Reservoirs and Spatial Imaginaries in the Time of COVID-19,’ Medical Anthropology 42:4 (August 2023): 432-436, Free Access.

Matheus Alves Duarte da Silva, ‘Between Deserts and Jungles: The Emergence and Circulation of Sylvatic Plague (1920-1950),’ Medical Anthropology 42:4 (August 2023): 325-339, OA. 

Christos Lynteris, ‘In Search of Lost Fleas: Reconsidering Paul-Louis Simond’s Contribution to the Study of the Propagation of Plague,’ Medical History 66: 2 (January 2023): 242-263, OA.

Christos Lynteris, ‘Mahamari Plague: Rats, Colonial Medicine and Indigenous Knowledge in Kumaon and Garhwal, India, Medical Anthropology 41: 2 (2022): 373-386, OA.

Jules Skotnes-Brown, ‘Scurrying Seafarers: Shipboard Rats, Plague, and the Land/Sea Border,’ Journal of Global History (2022) https://doi.org/10.1017/S1740022822000158, OA.

Jules Skotnes-Brown, ‘Preventing Plague, Bringing Balance: Wildlife Protection as Public Health in the Interwar Union of South Africa,’ Bulletin of the History of Medicine 95: 4 (Winter 2021): 464-496, OA. 

Book Chapters

Matheus Alves Duarte da Silva, ‘From Universal Rats to Future Jungle Foci: Actors and Places of Plague in Brazil (1899–1940s)’, In Empire, Nation-Building, and the Age of Tropical Medicine, 1885–1960, edited by Mauro Capocci and Daniele Cozzoli (Cham: Springer International Publishing, 2024).

Matheus Alves Duarte da Silva, ‘An International Crossroads: Plague, Rurality, and Epidemiological Reasoning in the Brazilian Backlands (1930-1960),’ In Rural and Agrarian Disease Knowledge: Anthropological and Historical Perspectives, edited by Matheus Alves Duarte da Silva and Christos Lynteris (London and New York: Routledge, in print), OA.

Christos Lynteris, ‘The Epidemiological and Epistemic Emergence of “Rural Plague” in Argentina,’ In Rural and Agrarian Disease Knowledge: Anthropological and Historical Perspectives, edited by Matheus Alves Duarte da Silva and Christos Lynteris (London and New York: Routledge, in print), OA.

Matheus Alves Duarte da Silva, ‘A Global War against Wild Rodents: Sanitary Tensions, Anti-Rodent Measures, and the Spectre of Sylvatic Plague (1927–1950s),’ In Animals and Epidemics: Interspecies Entanglements in Historical Perspectives, edited by Axel C. Hüntelmann, Christian Jaser, Mieke Roscher, and Nadir Weber (Göttingen: Vandenhoeck & Ruprecht, 2023), OA.

Jules Skotnes-Brown, ‘Rats, Removals, and Redevelopment: Plague in Port Elizabeth, 1938,’ In Animals and Epidemics: Interspecies Entanglements in Historical Perspectives, edited by Axel C. Hüntelmann, Christian Jaser, Mieke Roscher, and Nadir Weber (Göttingen: Vandenhoeck & Ruprecht, 2023), OA.

Matheus Alves Duarte da Silva, ‘Plague in Portugal: Between the Local and the Global (1700-1899),’ In Portuguese Colonial Cities: Local Dynamics, Global Flows (c.1500-1900), edited by Sarita Mota, Claudia Atallah, and Rodrigo Dominguez, pp. 280-300 (Buenos Aires: Teseo, 2023), OA.

Christos Lynteris, ‘The Global War Against the Rat‘. Chapter 4 in Christos Lynteris, Visual Plague: The Emergence of Epidemic Photography (Cambridge: MIT Press, 2022), OA.

Commentary

Christos Lynteris, ‘Multispecies Anxiety in France’s Bedbug Autumn,’ Somatosphere (November 9, 2023), OA.

Christos Lynteris, ‘Wet Markets, Photography and Pandemic Exegesis,’ Visualizing the Virus (July 1, 2021), OA.

Jules Skotnes-Brown and Christos Lynteris, ‘From Mink to the Wild: COVID-19 through the Mirror of Sylvatic Plague,’ Somatosphere (April 2, 2021), OA.