Prof. Dr. Uli Beisel



Liggins, A.S. und Beisel, U. (im Druck). Translating the Glucometer – from “Western” Markets to Uganda: of glucometer graveyards, missing testing strips and the difficulties of patient care. In: Berger, T. und Esguerra, A. “World Politics in Translation: Power, Relationality, and Difference in Global Cooperation”, London: Routledge

Chandler, C. I. und Beisel, U. (2017). "The Anthropology of Malaria: Locating the Social". Medical Anthropology, Vol. 36, No.5: 411-21

Beisel, U. (2017). Resistant Bodies: malaria and the question of immunity/resistance. In: Herrick, C. and Reubi. D. (eds). Global Health and Geographical Imaginaries. London: Routledge, 114-134


Beisel, U., Umlauf, R., Hutchinson, E., Chandler, C. I. (2016). “The complexities of simple technologies: re-imagining the role of rapid diagnostic tests in malaria control efforts”. Malaria Journal, 15:64


Beisel, U. (2015). "Markets and Mutations: mosquito nets and the politics of disentanglement in global health". Geoforum, 66, pp. 146–155

Boëte, C., Beisel, U., Reis Castro, L., Césard, N. and Reeves, G. (2015). "Engaging scientists: An online survey exploring the experience of innovative biotechnological approaches to controlling vector-borne diseases". Parasites & Vectors, 8:414

Beisel, U. (2015). Body Bags: the politics of 'sealing off' in the Anthropocene. In: "Future Fossils" Exhibition, by: Beth Greenhough, Jamie Lorimer and Kathryn Yusoff, 28 August, Society & Space Open Site,

Beisel, U. (2015). "The Blue Warriors: Ecology, Participation and Public Health in Malaria Control Experiments in Ghana". In: Geissler, P.W. (ed). Para-States and Medical Science: Making African Global Health. Duke University Press, pp.281-302



Beisel, U. (2014). "On gloves, rubber and the spatio-temporal logics of global health". Somatosphere, October 6


Beisel, U. und Dilger, H. (2014). "Die Ebolakrise aus Sicht der Medizinethnologie: von Misstrauen zu lokal angepasster Patientenversorgung". Medizinethnologie Blog, Dezember 10

Ginn, F., Beisel, U. und Barua, M. (2014). "Living with awkward creatures: Vulnerability, togetherness, killing". Environmental Humanities, 4, pp.113-123


Beisel, U., Kelly, A.H. und Tousignant, N. (2013). "Insect Knowledges – Insects as Vectors, Hosts and Companions of Science". Science as Culture 22 (1), pp. 1-15

Beisel, U. und Boete, C. (2013). "The Flying Public Health Tool: genetically-modified mosquitoes and malaria control". Science as Culture 22 (1), pp. 38-60

Christophe Boëte und Uli Beisel (2013). "Transgenic Mosquitoes for Malaria Control: From the Bench to the Public Opinion Survey", Anopheles mosquitoes - New insights into malaria vectors, Prof. Sylvie Manguin (Ed.), InTech

Bertoni, F. und Beisel, U. (2013). "More-than-human intelligence: of dolphins, Indian law and the multispecies turn". Environment and Planning D: Society and Space Open Site


Beisel, U. und Schneider, T. (2012). "From 7/83-2 to Dr. JESUS: The transformation of a German ambulance car to a Ghanaian bus". Environment and Planning D: Society and Space 30 (4), pp. 639-654

Beisel, U. (2012). Mobilities and Health by Anthony C. Gatrell. Emotions, Space and Society 5(4), pp. 279–280


Kelly, A.H. und Beisel U. (2011). "Neglected Malarias: The Frontlines and Back Alleys of Global Health". BioSocieties 6, pp. 71-87

Beisel, U. (2011). Insectopedia by Hugh Raffles. Journal of the Royal Anthropological Institute 17(2), pp. 433-434


Beisel, U. (2010). ‘Who bites back first?’ Malaria control in Ghana and the politics of co- existence. PhD Thesis in Human Geography, The Open University, Großbritannien

Beisel, U. (2010). Jumping hurdles with mosquitoes? Collaborative book review: When Species Meet, by D.J. Haraway. Environment and Planning D: Society and Space. 28(1), pp.46-49


Beisel, U. und Jaeger, M. (2007). "Powerless Networks? The Implementation of Decentralised Technologies in Madagascar". In: Bora, A., Bröchler, S., Decker, M. Technology Assessment in der Weltgesellschaft. Berlin: Edition Sigma. pp. 401-410


Beisel, U. (2006). "Beteiligung schafft Akzeptanz: Die Entstehungsgeschichte eines Bürgerwindparks". IPUblic 10(1), pp.8-15