Other Articles and Conference Proceedings

COVID-19 : des systèmes de soins à bout de souffle au service de la finance mondiale (with Annie Thébaud-Mony) https://blogs.mediapart.fr/annie-thebaud-mony/blog/221020/covid-19-des-systemes-de-soins-bout-de-souffle-au-service-de-la-finance-mondiale

Notes on what the COVID-19 pandemic is changing and likely will never revert to “normal”: https://blogs.mediapart.fr/annie-thebaud-mony/blog/100520/covid-19-retour-la-normalelikely-will-never-revert-to-normal/

Organized Crime and the COVID-19 Pandemic, Politique africaine, https://polaf.hypotheses.org/5186

Kongo Majesty, European Savagery, Review of African Political Economy, http://roape.net/2016/02/09/kongo-majesty-european-savagery/

Congo Binga: Notes on Burri’s Grande Sacco, Review of African Political Economy, http://roape.net/2016/03/16/congo-binga-notes-on-burris-grande-sacco/

Women, War and Peace in Africa: A Reflection on the Past 20 Years. UNRISD,Let’s talk women’s rights: 20 years after the Beijing Platform for Action, March 2015 http://www.unrisd.org/beijing+20-thinkpieces

ACAS put health on its agenda Bulletin of the Association of Concerned Africa Scholars 2009 no.81 p.17

Armed Violence and Poverty in Algeria, The Armed Violence and Poverty Initiative commissioned by the UK Department for International Development (Centre for International Cooperation and Security, Department of Peace Studies at Bradford University, November 2004)

Editorial: Rightwing Attacks on Academic Freedom, Bulletin of the Association of Concerned Africa Scholars # 69, 2004

Editorial: The Warri Crisis, the Niger Delta, and the Nigerian State, Bulletin of the Association of Concerned Africa Scholars #68, 2004

Privatizing Health Services in Africa: An Update, Bulletin of the Association of Concerned Africa Scholars Winter 2003/2004 no. 66: 13-15

Health and Disease, Encyclopedia of Twentieth Century African History edited by Paul Tiyambe Zeleza and Dickson Eyoh. London: Routledge, 2002

The World Health Organization, The Oxford Companion to the Politics of the World (NY: Oxford University Press, 2001, second edition: 918-919

Integrating the problems of violence into research action: Working with women affected by violence,Violence against women living in situations of armed conflict. Report on a WHO/ISS Workshop in preparation for the International Conference: The role of health professionals in addressing violence against women, Naples, Italy, 12–13 October 2000, EUR/01/5019570, pages 22-24

Women and the Aftermath of War: A Report of a Conference, held in Johannesburg in July 1999, http://acas.prairenet.org/

Paying for Private Health Care” in Health in Transition: Opportunities and Challenges, Selected Proceedings from the 8th International Congress World Federation of Public Health Associations, 52-54. Washington, DC: APHA, 1999.

Introduction to Women and War, Bulletin of the Association of Concerned Africa Scholars 55/56 Spring/Summer 1999:1-5 (with Ousseina Alidou)

West African Workshop on Women in the Aftermath of Civil War, Review of African Political Economy 1999, 26 (79):123-133

Sustainable Development, Quality of Life and the Environment, Expert Report for the National Summit on Africa, Washington, DC (May 1998).

Health and Political Violence, Bulletin of the Association of Concerned Africa Scholars guest editor of issue Spring 1998 (10 articles) including Turshen, M. “Women and Conflict in Africa” No. 50/51:19-24

Societal Instability in International Perspective: Relevance to HIV/AIDS Prevention, in Assessing the Social and Behavioral Science Base for HIV/AIDS Prevention and Intervention. Workshop Summary and Background Papers, 117-128. Washington, DC: National Academy Press, 1995

Ethics in International Research and Service: the Case of World Bank Aid to Health Care in Africa, in Ethics in International Health Research, Education, and Service, edited by E. F. Brooks et al., 31-72. Chapel Hill: the University of North Carolina, Carolina Population Center Distinguished Lectures on International Health, 1995

The World Bank Eclipses the World Health Organization, Bulletin of the Association of Concerned Africa Scholars, Winter/Spring 1995(44/45): 25-27

The World Bank and Family Planning, Women’s International Public Health Network News Winter 1994, 17:1-2

The New World Bank Health Service Delivery Model, Political Environments 1994, 1:16-17

Compensation of Occupational Illnesses in France, by Annie Thébaud-Mony (Introduction and English translation by Meredeth Turshen), New Solutions 1994, 4(2):57-61

The World Health Organization, in The Oxford Companion to Politics of the World edited by Joel Krieger, 986-987. New York: Oxford University Press, 1993

Health: Whose Agenda? Bulletin of the Association of Concerned Africa Scholars 1993(38-39): 23-24

The Professional Sphere of Influence, in Pressure on the Public curated by Mitchell Kane, 43-46. Northbrook, IL: The Hirsch Foundation, 1992

Women and AIDS in Africa: A Health Policy View, Bulletin of the Association of Concerned Africa Scholars 1992(36-37):15-23

Does USAID Aid People with AIDS in Africa? CAIB 1992, 39:31-34

Testing Health Workers for HIV: It’s a Women’s Issue, New Jersey Women and AIDS Network News 1991, 1(2):3

Asbestos to Shut Down WHO Cancer Agency, Medical Tribune 17 May 1990, 31(10):5

Report for WHIN on Paris Conference on Dumping Toxic Wastes in Africa, Workers’ Health International Newsletter Feb. 1990, 19:2-4

Reaching over the Plant Fence for Better Health, in The Health of Workers in South Africa: Proceedings of the Workshop edited by Pippa Green, 140-142. New York: Columbia University, 1987

Author Index for the Years 1974-1985, Review of African Political Economy 1986, 35:100-123

The Feminization of Poverty, in Taking Control of Our Health: Proceedings of the First New Jersey Conference on Women and Health November 1985, 32-33 (With J. Regulska)

Women, Food and Health in Tanzania: A Crisis of the 1980’s, in Women, Health and International Development: Proceedings of the Conference edited by M. I. Aguwa, 33-42. East Lansing: Michigan State University, 1983

The Mechanics of Sexual Discrimination in Africa, New African March 1982:36

RDNA: Why OCAW Members should know about Recombinant DNA Research, Denver: OCAW, 1981:1-8

Santé et développement, in Résumé du cours post-grade sur les pays en voie de développement, troisième cycle, 6-8. Ecole polytechnique fédérale de Lausanne, 1980

Dioxin: Dow fights back against the EPA ban, The Elements, A Journal of World Resources October 1979:3-6

The Spread of Chemical Disease in Kingsport, The Elements April 1979:1-8

Health Hazards in Pharmaceutical Production, Lifelines 1978, 5(7):4-5

DOE Conceals Cancer Study of Nuclear Industry, Power March 1978:2-3

The Mancuso Coverup, The Elements March 1978:5

The Dangers of Low Level Radiation, The Elements Jan. 1978:9-10

Workers Safety and Health, HMO Packets 1977(3): 41-51

An Analysis of State Job Safety and Health Plans. Washington, D.C.: OCAW, 1976:1-11

Women and Health: A Review of Literature, Science for the People X-XI, 1976:18,19, 31

Community Health or Company Profits? Environmental Action June 5, 1976:11-13

Women and Health, HMO Packets 1976(1):1-5

Comparative International Health, HMO Packets 1976:1-5

Youth and Health: Problems of Adolescence in Developing Countries. Geneva: WHO, 1970. (With Brian Davies)

Book Reviews and Review Essays

Review of Aili Mari Tripp, “Women and Power in Postconflict Africa”, Journal of Modern African Studies, 2017 55(2): 327-28.

Review of “Ordinary Violence and Social Change in Africa” edited by Jacky Bouju and Mirjam de Bruijn, Brill, in Journal of African History 2016, 57(3): 478-479

Review of “Your Pocket is what Cures You: The politics of health in Senegal” by Ellen E. Foley, Rutgers University Press, in Canadian Journal of African Studies, 2014, 48(1)

Is the era of electronuclear power drawing to a close? Review of Nuclear Servitude: Subcontracting and Health in the French Civil Nuclear Industry by Annie Thébaud-Mony. Journal of Public Health Policy, 2011

Bush Wives and Girl Soldiers: Women’s lives through war and peace in Sierra Leone, by Chris Coulter. African Affairs, 2011, 110 (438): 149-150 January

The Global Health Landscape, review essay (books reviewed: World Health Report 2008: Primary Health Care Now More Than Ever; Global Health Watch 2: An Alternative World Health Report; Howard Stein, Beyond the World Bank Agenda: An Institutional Approach to Development. Development and Change 2009, 40(6):1309-1318

HIV/AIDS, Illness, and African Well-being, edited by Toyin Falola and Matthew M. Heaton in AFRICA TODAY 2008, 54(4): 93-94

How do we talk about identity? A review essay, Bulletin of the Association of Concerned Africa Scholars #72, 2005/2006 (Chua, A. World on Fire: How Exporting Free Market Democracy Breeds Ethnic Hatred and Global Instability, 2004)

Local Women, Global Science; Fighting AIDS in Kenya by Karen M. Booth in International Journal of African Historical Studies 2005, 38 (1):181-182

Undivided Rights: Women of Color Organize for Reproductive Justice by Jael Silliman Marlene Gerber Fried, Loretta Ross and Elena Gutiérrez, in Journal of Public Health Policy 2004, 25(3/4): 448-449

Black Death, White Medicine: Bubonic Plague and the Politics of Public Health in Colonial Senegal, 1914-1945 by Myron Echenberg, Journal of Public Health Policy 2003 (24) 1: 59-61

Human Rights of Women: International Instruments and African Experiences by W. Benedek et al., The International Journal of African Historical Studies 2003, 36(1)203-4

Health, State, and Society in Kenya by George Odour Ndege, American Historical Review February 2003: 306-307.

Development as Freedom by Amartya Sen, Journal of Public Health Policy 2001, 22(4):484-6

Community Health Needs in South Africa by Ntombenhle Protasia Khoti Torkington, Journal of Public Health Policy 2001, 22(4):488-9

Doctors and the State: The Struggle for Professional Control in Zimbabwe by D. Mutizwa-Mangiza, Journal of Public Health Policy 2001, 22(3):371-3

Disposable People: New Slavery in the Global Economy by Kevin Bales, Journal of Public Health Policy 2001, 22(1):117-9

Disinvesting in Health: The World Bank’s Prescription for Health edited by Mohan Rao, Journal of Public Health Policy 2000, 21(2):267-268

Stunted Lives, Stagnant Economies: Poverty, Disease, and Underdevelopment by Eileen Stillwaggon, Eastern Economic Journal 2000, 26(2):251-2

Histories of Sexually Transmitted Diseases and HIV/AIDS in Sub-Saharan Africa edited by P. W. Setel, M. Lewis, and M. Lyons, The International Journal of African Historical Studies 1999, 32(2-3):447-8

Health and Structural Adjustment in Rural and Urban Zimbabwe by Leon A. Bijlmakers, Mary Basset, and David M. Sanders, and Kampala Women Getting By: Wellbeing in the Time of AIDS by Sandra Wallman, African Studies Review 1998, 41(1):181-2

Missing the Miracle The Women’s Review of Books 1997, XIV(4):19-20. (reviews of Snyder, M. C. and M. Tadese, African Women and Development; James, V. U., ed., Women and Sustainable Development in Africa)

Health Matters: Public Health in North-South Perspective edited by J. K. S. van Ginneken et al. Amsterdam: Royal Tropical Institute, The European Journal of Public Health 1996, 6(3):231

Disease Control Priorities in Developing Countries edited by D. T. Jamison, W. H. Mosley, A. R. Measham and J. L. Boradilla, The European Journal of Public Health 1995, 5(1):62-3

Health Policy by Gill Walt, Bulletin of the Association of Concerned Africa Scholars, 1995, 44/45:32

The Health of Women: A Global Perspective, edited by M. Koblinsky, J. Timyan, and J. Gay, Journal of Public Health Policy, Autumn 1993, 366-8

Free to Be Foolish: Politics and Health Promotion in the United States and Great Britain by Howard M. Leichter, in Annals of the American Academy of Political and Social Science January 1993, 525:196-7

Patriarchy and Class: African Women in the Home and the Workforce edited by S. B. Stichter, and J. L. Parpart, Canadian Journal of African Studies 1991, 25(1):161-3

White Plague, Black Labor: Tuberculosis and the Political Economy of Health and Disease in South Africa by Randall M. Packard, in African Economic History 1990-1991, 19:208-9

Health and the Rise of Civilization by M. N. Cohen, Annals of the American Academy of Political and Social Science 1991, 514:211-2

The Struggle for Health: Medicine and the Politics of Underdevelopment by D. Sanders, Social Science & Medicine 1990, 31(8):949

AIDS in Africa: The Social and Policy Impact edited by N. Miller, and R. C. Rockwell, and Aids, Africa and Racism by R. C. Chirimuuta, and R. J. Chirimuuta, Review of African Political Economy 1988, 42:101-3

Reproductive Rights and Wrongs: The Global Politics of Population Control and Contraceptive Choice by Betsy Hartmann, Review of African Political Economy 1988, 42:109-111

Victims of Development, The Women’s Review of Books 1987, IV(8):11-12. (Creevey, L. E. ed. Women Farmers in Africa; Swantz, M.-L., Women in Development; Oboler, R. S., Women, Power, and Economic Change; White, E. F., Sierra Leone’s Settler Women Traders)

The Legacies of Colonialism, The Women’s Review of Books 1986, IV(3):6-7. (Robertson, C. & I. Berger, eds. Women and Class in Africa; Organization of Angolan Women, Angolan Women Building the Future; Potash, B. ed., Widows in African Societies; Thiam, A. Black Sisters, Speak Out)

Clinical Medicine and Health in Developing Africa, edited by G. D. Campbell, Y. K. Seedat, and G. Daynes, Canadian Journal of African Studies 1985, 19(2):471-2

Imperialism, Health and Medicine edited by V. Navarro, and The Health of Nations by M. Muller, Third World Quarterly 1983, 5(2):477-8

Birth Control, Social Science & Medicine 1982, 16(5):610-12.  (Potts, M. & Bhiwandiwala, eds. Birth Control)

Health in Colonial Ghana: Disease, Medicine and Socio-economic Change, 1900-1955 by K. D. Patterson and Medicine, Tradition, and Development in Kenya and Tanzania, 1920-1970 by A. Beck, The African Studies Review 1982, 25(4):137-9

Carcinogens: What Counts as Evidence? Hastings Center Report Feb. 1980:44-5. (Chen, E. PBB, and Doniger, D. Vinyl Chloride)

La plus haute des solitudes by T. Ben Jalloun, Race & Class 1979, 20(3):307-8

Poor People’s Movements by F. F. Piven and R. Cloward, Kapitalistate 1978, (7):194-203. (With Capitol Kapitalistate Collective)

The Development of an African Working Class edited by R. Sandbrook, and R. Cohen, Race & Class 1976, 18(2):208-210

Qui se nourrit de la famine en Afrique? Comité information Sahel, Review of African Political Economy 1976, 6:11-4