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Dr Anthony Simpson - publications

List of publications

2014

  • Simpson, A., & Bond, V. (2014). Narratives of Nationhood and HIV/AIDS: Refelctions on Multidisciplinary Research on the HIV/AIDS Epidemic in Zambia over the Last 30 Years. Journal of Southern African Studies, 40(5), 1065-1089. . Publication link: 762f2ea5-904d-4610-b5fe-b94bbbda8996
  • Simpson, A., & Dijk, R. V. (2014). 'God has again remembered us!': Christian Identity and men's Attitudes to Antiretroviral Therapy in Zambia. In Religion and AIDS Treatment in Africa: Saving Souls, Prolonging Lives. (pp. 95-116). Farnham, Surrey: Ashgate Publishing Limited. . Publication link: d23d25de-3add-40d3-ac6e-1b18263f2448

2013

  • Simpson, A., & Mudimbe, V-Y. (Ed.) (2013). Great expectations: boys Catholic mission schooling and constructions of 'race' and identity in Zambia. In Recontextualizing Self & Other Issues in Africa: The Practice of a Conference (In press). Trenton, New Jersey: Africa World Press. . Publication link: c0740439-18fb-4d69-a35a-d646792de37b
  • Simpson, A., & Mudimbe, V. Y. (Ed.) (2013). Recontextualizing Self & Other Issues in Africa: The Practice of a Conference. Africa Research & Publications.. Publication link: b838fbc4-39be-4a06-85c1-2831e3156e59

2011

2009

  • Simpson, A. (2009). Boys to Men in the Shadow of AIDS: Masculinities and HIV Risk in Zambia. New York: Palgrave Macmillan .. Publication link: 60fffb8f-d70c-42fe-b699-2ac303360966

2008

  • Simpson, A. (2008). Courage, conquest, and condoms: Harmful ideologies of masculinity and sexual encounters in Zambia in the time of HIV/AIDS. In AIDS Culture and Africa|AIDS Cult. and Africa. (pp. 107-122). Gainesville, Florida: University Press of Florida. . Publication link: 3956b076-f46f-4868-a732-174b9b67235d

2007

2005

2004

  • Simpson, A. (2004). (with Brian Heap) "When you have AIDS, people laugh at you": Dealing with stigma in the Zambian classroom. Caribbean Quarterly, 50(1) Special Issue for the World AIDS Conference,. . Publication link: dd97c8f1-7076-44e5-ae9e-a3141cdfdeb6

2003

1999

  • Simpson, A. (1999). 'Jacked-Up Gentlemen': Contested Discourse of Postcolonial Catholic Mission Schooling in Zambia. Social Analysis, Journal of cultural and social practice, 43 (1) March. . Publication link: e952e31a-4227-4b55-9002-6fb18ebf3b87
  • Simpson, A. (1999). The labours of learning: Education in the Postcolony. Social Analysis, Journal of cultural and social practice, 43 (1) March. . Publication link: a24c70bb-a0f2-4008-a67d-81707b708755

1998

  • Simpson, A., & Werbner, R. (Ed.) (1998). Memory and Becoming Chosen Other; Fundamentalist Elite-Making in a Zambian Catholic Mission School. In Memory and the Postcolony. London: Zed Books. . Publication link: ed98806f-4154-4721-a0d9-e0ad96d90582