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Thesis John Doyle-Raso (2022)
The Origination and Implementation of the National Wetlands Policy of Uganda: Environment, Knowledge, and Power from the Late Nineteenth Century to Present. (/isis/citation/CBB226156952/) unapi

Book Jacob Doherty (2021)
Waste Worlds: Inhabiting Kampala's Infrastructures of Disposability. (/isis/citation/CBB866747879/) unapi

Article Sandra Calkins (October 2021)
Toxic remains: Infrastructural failure in a Ugandan molecular biology lab. Social Studies of Science (pp. 707-728). (/isis/citation/CBB094400545/) unapi

Article Austin Bryan (2021)
“Security begins with you”: compulsory heterosexuality, registers of gender and sexuality, and transgender women getting by in Kampala, Uganda. Tapuya: Latin American Science, Technology and Society. (/isis/citation/CBB036150828/) unapi

Article Shane Doyle; Felix Meier zu Selhausen; Jacob Weisdorf (2020)
The Blessings of Medicine? Patient Characteristics and Health Outcomes in a Ugandan Mission Hospital, 1908–1970. Social History of Medicine (pp. 946-980). (/isis/citation/CBB251207238/) unapi

Article Marissa Mika (2020)
The Half-Life of Radiotherapy and Other Transferred Technologies. Technology and Culture. (/isis/citation/CBB879894907/) unapi

Article Julia R. Cummiskey (2020)
“An Ecological Experiment on the Grand Scale”: Creating an Experimental Field in Bwamba, Uganda, 1942–1950. Isis: International Review Devoted to the History of Science and Its Cultural Influences (pp. 3-21). (/isis/citation/CBB725606057/) unapi

Article Julia Cummiskey (2020)
Early AIDS Research in Rakai: Ugandan Experiences and Expertise in the Creation of the African AIDS Paradigm. International Journal of African Historical Studies (pp. 1-26). (/isis/citation/CBB786980483/) unapi

Article Shane Doyle (2020)
Pandemics and soft power: HIV/AIDS and Uganda on the global stage. Journal of Global History (pp. 478-492). (/isis/citation/CBB512383773/) unapi

Book Nitsan Chorev (2019)
Give and Take: Developmental Foreign Aid and the Pharmaceutical Industry in East Africa. (/isis/citation/CBB626238115/) unapi

Book Mari K. Webel (2019)
The Politics of Disease Control: Sleeping Sickness in Eastern Africa, 1890–1920. (/isis/citation/CBB175864050/) unapi

Article Matthew Harsh; Kerry Holden; Jameson Wetmore; et al. (February 2019)
Situating science in Africa: The dynamics of computing research in Nairobi and Kampala. Social Studies of Science (pp. 52-76). (/isis/citation/CBB178391906/) unapi

Book Jeff Schauer (2019)
Wildlife between Empire and Nation in Twentieth-Century Africa. (/isis/citation/CBB609669433/) unapi

Book Yolana Pringle (2018)
Psychiatry and Decolonisation in Uganda. (/isis/citation/CBB286658525/) unapi

Article Irina Podgorny (2018)
A Horse-Cloth for Uganda, or How an Account by a Transhumant Veterinary Connects Histories, Animal Diseases and Continents. History and Technology (pp. 71-78). (/isis/citation/CBB819110793/) unapi

Article Jonathon L. Earle (2018)
Political Activism and Other Life Forms in Colonial Buganda. History in Africa (pp. 373-395). (/isis/citation/CBB766834408/) unapi

Book Jennifer Tappan (2017)
The Riddle of Malnutrition: The Long Arc of Biomedical and Public Health Interventions in Uganda. (/isis/citation/CBB325536832/) unapi

Article Carol Summers (2017)
Adolescence versus Politics: Metaphors in Late Colonial Uganda. Journal of the History of Ideas (pp. 117-136). (/isis/citation/CBB855350583/) unapi

Article Pringle, Yolana (2015)
Investigating “Mass Hysteria” in Early Postcolonial Uganda: Benjamin H. Kagwa, East African Psychiatry, and the Gisu. Journal of the History of Medicine and Allied Sciences (pp. 105-136). (/isis/citation/CBB001550602/) unapi

Thesis Marissa Anne Mika (2015)
Research Is Our Resource: Surviving Experiments and Politics at an African Cancer Institute, 1950 to the Present. (/isis/citation/CBB954339362/) unapi


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