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Publications

 

BOOKS & SPECIAL ISSUES

Beaudevin, Claire; Pordié, Laurent, eds. (2016). Diversions of Biomedical Technologies in a Globalized World, Special Issue of Medical Anthropology 35(1).

Pestre, Dominique, ed. (2014). Le gouvernement des technosciences. Gouverner le progrès et ses dégâts depuis 1945, Paris: La Découverte.

Pordié, Laurent, ed. (2014). Learning Institions in South Asian Medicine, Special Issue of Culture, Medicine & Psychiatry 38(3).

Pordié, Laurent; Gaudillière, Jean-Paul, eds. (2014 [©2015]). The Herbal Pharmaceutical Industry in India, Special Issue of Asian Medicine 9(1-2).

Pordié, Laurent; Hardon, Anita, eds. (2015). Drugs' Stories and Itineraries. On the Making of Asian Industrial Medicines, Special Issue of Anthropology & Medicine 22(1).

 

PAPERS

Beaudevin, Claire; Pordié, Laurent (2016). Diversion and Globalization in Biomedical Technologies, Medical Anthropology 35(1), 1-4.

Gaudillière, Jean-Paul (2014). Herbalized Ayurveda? Reformulation, Plant Management and the 'Pharmaceuticalization' of Indian 'Traditional' Medicine, Asian Medicine 9(1-2): 171-205.

Gaudillière, Jean-Paul (2014). De la santé publique internationale à la santé globale. L'OMS, la Banque Mondiale et le gouvernement des thérapies chimiques, in D. Pestre (ed.), Le gouvernement des technosciences. Gouverner le progrès et ses dégâts depuis 1945, Paris: La Découverte.

Gaudillière, Jean-Paul (2014). An Indian Path to Biocapital? The Traditional Knowledge Digital Library, Drug Patents, and the Reformulation Regime of Contemporary Ayurveda, East Asian Science, Technology and Society 8(4): 391-415.

Lovell, Anne L. (2014). The World Health Organization and the contested beginnings of psychiatric epidemiology as an international discipline: one rope, many strands, International Journal of Epidemiology 43 (suppl_1): i1-i5.

Meier zu Biesen, Caroline (2017). From Coastal to Global. The Transnational Flow of Ayurveda and its Relevance for Indo-African Linkages, Global Public Health [DOI:10.1080/17441692.2017.1281328].

Pordié, Laurent (2016). The Vagaries of Therapeutic Globalization. Fame, Money and Social Relations in Tibetan Medicine, International Journal of Social Science Studies 4(2): 38-52.

Pordié, Laurent (2016). How a lifestyle product became a pharmaceutical specialty, in L. Manderson, E. Cartwright and A. Hardon (eds.), The Routledge Handbook of Medical Anthropology, London & New York: Routeldge.

Pordié, Laurent (2015). Hangover Free! The Social and Material Trajectories of PartySmart, Anthropology & Medicine 22(1): 34-48.

Pordié, Laurent (2015). An Anthropological Equivoque. Researchers' Engagement and Knowledge Production (Comment on "Coproducing Efficacious Medicines"), Current Anthropology 56(2): 198-199.

Pordié, Laurent (2014). Pervious Drugs. Making the Pharmaceutical Object in Techno-Ayurveda, Asian Medicine  9(1-2): 49-76 [©2015].

Pordié, Laurent (2014). Learning Institutions in South Asian Medicine, Culture, Medicine & Psychiatry 38(3): 335-339.

Pordié, Laurent; Blaikie, Calum (2014). Knowledge and Skills in Motion. Layers of Tibetan Medical Education in India, Culture, Medicine & Psychiatry 38(3): 340-368.

Pordié, Laurent; Gaudillière, Jean-Paul (2014). Industrial Ayurveda. Drug discovery, reformulation and the market, Asian Medicine 9(1): 1-11 [©2015].

Pordié, Laurent; Gaudillière, Jean-Paul (2014). The Reformulation Regime in Drug Discovery. Revisiting Polyherbals and Property Rights in the Ayurvedic Indisutry, East Asian Science, Technology and Society 8(1): 57-79.

Pordié, Laurent; Hardon, Anita (2015). Drugs' Stories and Itineraries. On the Making of Asian Industrial Medicines, Anthropology & Medicine 22(1): 1-6.

Quet, Mathieu; Pordié, Laurent; Bochaton, Audrey; Chantavanich, Supang; Kiatying-Angsulee, Niyada; Lamy, Marie; Vungsiriphisal, Premjai (2017). Regulation Multiple. Pharmaceutical Trajectories and Modes of Control in the ASEAN, Science, Technology and Society 22(1): in press.

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