Professor Warwick Anderson

B.Med.Sc., M.B., B.S., M.D. (Melbourne), M.A., Ph.D. (Pennsylvania); FAHA, FASSA
ARC Laureate Fellow
Professor of History
Deputy Director, Centre for Values, Ethics and the Law in Medicine

Telephone +61 2 9036 3405
Fax +61 2 9036 3436

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Biographical details

Warwick Anderson holds an appointment as ARC Laureate Fellow and Professor in theDepartment of Historyand the Center for Values, Ethics and the Law in Medicine. Additionally, hehas an affiliation with the Unit for History and Philosophy of Science at Sydney and is a Professorial Fellow of the School of Population Health at the University of Melbourne.

As an historian of science, medicine and public health, focusing on Australasia, the Pacific, Southeast Asia and the United States, Professor Anderson is especially interested in ideas aboutrace, human difference, and citizenship in the nineteenth and twentieth centuries. Occasionally he writes programmatically on postcolonial science studies and, more generally, on scienceand globalization.

Before moving to Sydney in 2007, Prof. Anderson was Robert Turell Professor of Medical History and Population Health, Professor of the History of Science, and Chair of the Department ofMedical History and Bioethics at the University of Wisconsin-Madison. At Wisconsin he also served on the steering committee of the Holtz Center for Science and Technology Studies andwas a Faculty Affiliate of the Center for Southeast Asian Studies. Previously Prof. Anderson taught at Harvard, Melbourne (where he founded the Centre for Health and Society), UCSF andBerkeley. He has been awarded grants and fellowships from the American Council of Learned Societies, the National Science Foundation, the Social Science Research Council (US), andthe Rockefeller and Mellon Foundations. He was the Frederick Burkhardt Fellow at the Institute for Advanced Study, Princeton (2005-6), and a Guggenheim Fellow (2007-8). He has heldvisiting professorships at Harvard, Manchester and McMaster universities. In 2013 he was John Hope Franklin Fellow at Duke University and the Whitney J. Oakes Fellow in the Humanities Center at Princeton University. His books have been awarded the W.K. Hancock Prize (AHA, 2004); the Philippines National Book Award forSocial Science (2008); the NSW Premier's General History Prize (2009); the William H. Welch Medal (AAHM, 2010); and the Ludwik Fleck Prize (4S, 2010).

Research interests

  • History of science, medicine, and public health
  • History of racial thought
  • Postcolonial science studies

Awards and honours

2013 Fellow of the Academy of the Social Sciences in Australia

2013 Whitney J. Oakes Fellow, Princeton University

2013 John Hope Franklin Fellow, Duke University

2012 Fellow of the Australian Academy of the Humanities

2012-17 ARC Laureate Fellow, 2012-2017

2012 Lyman Hookes Distinguished Visiting Professor, McMaster University

2012 Senior Fellow, Max-Planck-Insitüt für Wissenschaftsgeschichte, Berlin

2007-8 Guggenheim Fellow

2007 Wellcome Trust Senior Visiting Professor, University of Manchester

2005-6 Frederick Burkhardt Fellow, American Council of Learned Societies

2005-6 Member, School of Social Sciences, Institute of Advanced Study, Princeton

International links

Portugal

(University of Lisbon) Collaboration

Singapore

(National University of Singapore) Collaboration

Taiwan

(East Asia STS Journal and Taiwan National Science Council) Collaboration

United States

(University of Wisconsin-Madison UCSF) Collaboration

Selected grants

2013

  • Southern Racial Conceptions: Comparative Histories and Contemporary Legacies; Anderson W; Australian Research Council (ARC)/Australian Laureate Fellowships (FL).
  • NETWORK FOR ORGANS, BODIES AND TISSUES (NBOT); Stewart C, Anderson W, Cashman P, Cooper M, Griffiths P, Hooker C, Jordens C, Kerridge I, Lupton D, Magnusson R, Michael M, Pols J, Race K, Salkeld G, Savell K, Scott Bray R, Shewan L, Waldby C; DVC Research/Research Network Scheme (SyReNS).

2012

  • Disease and the Modern Self: Becoming Autoimmune; Anderson W, Mackay I; Australian Research Council (ARC)/Discovery Projects (DP).

2009

  • Anatomies of Empire: Race, Evolution and Scientific Networks in the Twentieth-Century British World; Anderson W, Jones R; Australian Research Council (ARC)/Discovery Projects (DP).

2008

  • Racial Laboratories and Reproductive Frontiers: The Twentieth-Century Sciences of Human Hybridity; Anderson W; Australian Research Council (ARC)/Discovery Projects (DP).

2007

  • History of Scientific Studies of Race Mixing in the Twentieth Century; Anderson W; National Science Foundation/Research Grant.
  • Guggenheim Fellowship: The Science of Race Mixing in the Twentieth Century; Anderson W; Harry Frank Guggenheim Foundation (HFG)/Guggenheim Fellowship.
  • Professorial Research fellowship; Anderson W; University of Sydney/Professorial Research fellowship.

2005

  • Frederick Burkhardt Fellowship; Anderson W; ACLS and Institute for Advanced Studies/Frederick Burkhardt Fellowship.

2004

  • Histories of Colonial Psychoanalysis; Anderson W; UW-Madison International Studies and Programs/Research Grant.

2002

  • Exchange Relations in Modern Science; Anderson W; National Science Foundation/Research Grant.
  • Exchange Networks in Modern Medical Science; Anderson W; University of California/Humanities Research Institute Conference Award.

Selected publications & creative works

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Books

  • Anderson, W., Mackey, I. (2014). Intolerant Bodies: A Short History of Autoimmunity. Baltimore: Johns Hopkins University Press.
  • Anderson, W. (2008). The Collectors of Lost Souls: Turning Kuru Scientists into Whitemen. Baltimore, USA: Johns Hopkins University Press.
  • Anderson, W. (2007). Colonial Pathologies: American Tropical Medicine, Race, and Hygiene in the Philippines (republished 1st edition). Manila: Ateneo de Manila University Press.
  • Anderson, W. (2006). Colonial pathologies: American tropical medicine, race, and hygiene in the Philippines (original 1st edition). Durham NC: Duke University Press.
  • Anderson, W. (2002). The cultivation of whiteness : science, health and racial destiny in Australia. Melbourne Australia: Melbourne University Press.

Edited Books

  • Anderson, W. (2011). Unconscious Dominions: Psychoanalysis, Colonial Trauma, and Global Sovereignties. Durham, UK: Duke University Press.

Book Chapters

  • Anderson, W. (2014). Postcolonial science studies. In N. Smelser, J. Wright & P. Baltes (Eds.), International Encyclopedia of the Social and Behavioral Sciences. Palo Alto & Berlin: Elsevier.
  • Anderson, W., Pols, J. (2012). Scientific patriotism: Medical Science and National Self-Fashioning in Southeast Asia (Reprint). In AW McCoy, JM Fradera & S Jacobson (Eds.), Endless Empire: Spain's Retreat, Europe's Eclipse, America's Decline, (pp. 265-272). Madison, Wisconsin: University of Wisconsin Press.
  • Anderson, W., Jenson, D., Keller, R. (2011). Introduction: Globalizing the Unconscious. In Warwick Anderson, Deborah Jenson and Richard C. Keller (Eds.), Unconscious Dominions: Psychoanalysis, Colonial Trauma, and Global Sovereignties, (pp. 1-18). Durham, UK: Duke University Press.
  • Anderson, W. (2011). Looking for Newton: From hydraulic societies to the hydraulics of globalization. In Ghassan Hage & Emma Kowal (Eds.), Force, movement, intensity: the Newtonian imagination in the humanities and social sciences, (pp. 128-135). Melbourne, Australia: Melbourne University Press.
  • Anderson, W. (2010). Biomedicine in Chinese East Asia: From semi-colonial to post-colonial? In Angela Ki Che Leung, Charlotte Furth (Eds.), Health and Hygiene in Chinese East Asia: Policies and Publics in the Long Twentieth Century, (pp. 273-278). Durham & London: Duke University Press.
  • Anderson, W. (2010). From Plague, an Epidemic Comes: Recounting Disease as Contamination and Configuration. In D. Ann Herring, Alan C. Swedlund (Eds.), Plagues and Epidemics: Infected Spaces Past and Present, (pp. 251-268). Oxford, New York: Berg Publishers.
  • Anderson, W. (2009). Pacific crossings: imperial logics in U.S. public health programs. In Alfred W. McCoy and Francisco Scarano (Eds.), Colonial Crucible: Empire in the Making of the Modern American State, (pp. 277-287). Madison, WI: University of Wisconsin Press.
  • Anderson, W. (2009). Traveling White. In Boucher, Leigh; Carey, Jane; Ellinghaus, Katherine (Eds.), Re-Orienting Whiteness, (pp. 65-72). New York, USA: Palgrave Macmillan.
  • Anderson, W., Adams, V. (2008). Pramoedya's Chickens: Postcolonial Studies of Technoscience. In Edward J. Hackett, Olga Amsterdamska, Michael Lynch, and Judy Wajcman (Eds.), The Handbook of Science and Technology Studies, (pp. 181-204). Cambridge MA: MIT Press.
  • Anderson, W. (2006). States of Hygiene: Race "Improvement" and Biomedical Citizenship in Australia and the Colonial Philippines. In Ann L. Stoler (Eds.), Haunted by Empire: Geographies of Intimacy in North American History, (pp. 94-115). Durham, NC, USA; London, UK: Duke University Press.
  • Anderson, W. (2004). Postcolonial histories of medicine. In John Harley Warner and Frank Huisman (Eds.), Locating Medical History: The Stories and Their Meanings, (pp. 285-307). Baltimore, US: Johns Hopkins University Press.
  • Anderson, W. (2003). The Natures of Culture: Environment and Race in the Colonial Tropics. In Paul Greenough and Anna L. Tsing (Eds.), Nature in the Global South: Environmental Projects in South and Southeast Asia, (pp. 29-46). Durham and London, UK: Duke University Press.
  • Anderson, W. (2000). The 'third-world' body. In Roger Cooter, John V. Pickstone (Eds.), Medicine in the Twentieth Century, (pp. 235-246). London and New York: Taylor and Francis.

Journals

  • Anderson, W., Mackay, I. (2014). Fashioning the Immunological Self: The Biological Individuality of F. Macfarlane Burnet. Journal of the History of Biology, 47(1), 147-175. [More Information]
  • Anderson, W. (2014). Getting ahead of one’s self: the common culture of immunology and philosophy. Isis: international review devoted to the history of science and its cultural influences.
  • Anderson, W., Mackay, I. (2014). Gut Reactions: From Celiac Affection to Autoimmune Model. New England Journal of Medicine.
  • Anderson, W. (2014). Hermannsburg 1929: turning Aboriginal “primitives�? into modern psychological subjects. Journal of the History of the Behavioral Sciences, 50(2), 122-147.
  • Anderson, W. (2014). Making Global Health History: The Postcolonial Worldliness of Biomedicine. Social History of Medicine, 27(2). [More Information]
  • Anderson, W. (2014). Racial conceptions in the global south. Isis: international review devoted to the history of science and its cultural influences.
  • Anderson, W. (2014). Taking Science Studies Off the Boyle. Social Epistemology Review and Reply Collective, 3, 51-52.
  • Anderson, W. (2014). The frozen archive, or defrosting Derrida. Journal of Cultural Economy.
  • Jones, R., Anderson, W. (2014). Wandering Anatomists and Itinerant Anthropologists: the Antipodean Sciences of Race in Britain between the Wars. British Journal For The History Of Science. [More Information]
  • Anderson, W. (2013). Becoming a man of experience: interview with C. Ruthven B. Blackburn. Health and History, 15, 118-129.
  • Anderson, W. (2013). Objectivity and its Discontents. Social Studies of Science, 43(4), 557-576. [More Information]
  • Anderson, W. (2013). The Case of the Archive. Critical Inquiry, 39(3), 532-547. [More Information]
  • Anderson, W. (2013). The military spur to Australian medical research. Health and History, 15(1), 80-103. [More Information]
  • Anderson, W. (2013). Wars have an overflow on everything: interview with Ian R. Mackay and Patricia Mackay. Health and History, 15, 104-117.
  • Anderson, W. (2012). Asia as Method in Science and Technology Studies. East Asian Science, Technology and Society: An International Journal, 6(4), 445-451. [More Information]
  • Anderson, W. (2012). Hybridity, Race, and Science: The Voyage of the Zaca, 1934 -1935. Isis: international review devoted to the history of science and its cultural influences, 103(2), 229-253. [More Information]
  • Anderson, W. (2012). Infectious diseases in the bigger picture. Medical Journal of Australia, 196(5), 358-358. [More Information]
  • Anderson, W. (2012). Racial Hybridity, Physical Anthropology, and Human Biology in the Colonial Laboratories of the United States. Current Anthropology, 53(SUPPL. 5), S95-S107. [More Information]
  • Anderson, W., Pols, J. (2012). Scientific Patriotism: Medical Science and National Self-Fashioning in Southeast Asia. Comparative Studies in Society and History: an international quarterly, 54(1), 93-113. [More Information]
  • Anderson, W. (2011). Prusiner, Stanley B. eLS, September 2011, 1-1. [More Information]
  • Anderson, W. (2011). Queer science, the Writer's sorcery, and the postcolonial question. East Asian Science, Technology and Society: An International Journal, 5(1), 107-111. [More Information]
  • Anderson, W. (2010). Crap on the map or postcolonial waste. Postcolonial Studies: culture, politics, economy, 13(2), 169-178. [More Information]
  • Mackay, I., Anderson, W. (2010). What's in a name? Experimental encephalomyelitis: 'Allergic' or 'autoimmune'. Journal of Neuroimmunology, 223(1-2), 1-4. [More Information]
  • Anderson, W. (2009). Ambiguities of Race: Science on the Reproductive Frontier of Australia and the Pacific Between the Wars. Australian Historical Studies, 40(2), 143-160. [More Information]
  • Anderson, W. (2009). From subjugated knowledge to conjugated subjects: science and globalisation, or postcolonial studies of science? Postcolonial Studies: culture, politics, economy, 12(4), 389-400. [More Information]
  • Anderson, W. (2009). Modern sentinel and colonial microcosm: science, discipline, and distress at the Philippine General Hospital. Philippine Studies, 57(2), 153-177. [More Information]
  • Anderson, W. (2009). Re-orienting STS: Emergent Studies of Science, Technology, and Medicine in Southeast Asia. East Asian Science, Technology and Society: An International Journal, 3(2), 163-171. [More Information]
  • Anderson, W. (2008). Early perceptions of an epidemic. Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society B. Biological Sciences, 363(1510), 3675-3678. [More Information]
  • Anderson, W. (2008). Indigenous health in a global frame: from community development to human rights. Health and History, 10(2), 94-108. [More Information]
  • Anderson, W. (2008). Teaching 'race' at medical school: social scientists on the margin. Social Studies of Science, 38(5), 785-800.
  • Anderson, W. (2008). Ten Years and More of Health & History (Editorial). Health and History, 10(1), online.
  • Anderson, W. (2007). How Far Can East Asian STS Go? A Commentary. East Asian Science, Technology and Society: An International Journal, 1 December(2), 249-250.
  • Anderson, W. (2007). Immunization and hygiene in the colonial Philippines. Journal of the History of Medicine and Allied Sciences, 62(1), 1-20. [More Information]
  • Anderson, W. (2007). Science in the Philippines. Philippine Studies, 55(3), 287-318.
  • Anderson, W. (2007). The colonial medicine of settler states: comparing histories of indigenous health. Health and History, 9(2), 144-154.
  • Anderson, W. (2004). Natural Histories of Infectious Disease: Ecological Vision in Twentieth-Century Biomedical Science. Osiris, 19 (2nd series), 39-61.
  • Anderson, W. (2002). Going Through the Motions: American Public Health and Colonial "Mimicry". American Literary History, 14(4), 686-719.
  • Anderson, W. (2002). Introduction: Postcolonial Technoscience. Social Studies of Science, 32(5-6), 643-658.
  • Anderson, W. (2000). The possession of kuru: medical science and biocolonial exchange. Comparative Studies in Society and History: an international quarterly, 42, 713-744.

Edited Journals

  • Anderson, W., Hecht, G. (2002). Emergent science and technology studies in South East Asia. Social Studies of Science, 32(5-6).

Original Creative Work

  • Anderson, W. (2011). 1. etc - titles of poems being claimed for 2011 to be advised. Hard Cases, Brief Lives, (pp. 5 - 81). Port Adelaide, SA, Australia: Ginninderra Press.

Magazine / Newspaper Articles

  • Anderson, W. (2008). Learning from the Fore. History of Science Society Newsletter.

Reference Works

  • Anderson, W. (2008). Réné Jules Dubos. (Vol. Volume one - Abderhalden-Byers, pp. 317-319).
  • Anderson, W. (2007). Frank Macfarlane Burnet. In W.F. Bynum and Helen Bynum (Eds.), Dictionary of Medical Biography, Volume I: A-B. (pp. 284-285). Westport CT: Greenwood Press.
  • Anderson, W. (2007). John Burton Cleland. In W.F. Bynum and Helen Bynum (Eds.), Dictionary of Medical Biography. Volume II: C-G. (pp. 351-352). Westport CT: Greenwood Press.
  • Anderson, W. (2005). Medical education. In Andrew Brown-May and Shurlee Swain (Eds.), Encyclopaedia of Melbourne. (pp. 450-451). Melbourne AU: Cambridge University Press.
  • Anderson, W. (2005). Medical technology. In Andrew Brown-May and Shurlee Swain (Eds.), Encyclopaedia of Melbourne, 453. Melbourne AU: Cambridge University Press.

2014

  • Anderson, W., Mackay, I. (2014). Fashioning the Immunological Self: The Biological Individuality of F. Macfarlane Burnet. Journal of the History of Biology, 47(1), 147-175. [More Information]
  • Anderson, W. (2014). Getting ahead of one’s self: the common culture of immunology and philosophy. Isis: international review devoted to the history of science and its cultural influences.
  • Anderson, W., Mackay, I. (2014). Gut Reactions: From Celiac Affection to Autoimmune Model. New England Journal of Medicine.
  • Anderson, W. (2014). Hermannsburg 1929: turning Aboriginal “primitives�? into modern psychological subjects. Journal of the History of the Behavioral Sciences, 50(2), 122-147.
  • Anderson, W., Mackey, I. (2014). Intolerant Bodies: A Short History of Autoimmunity. Baltimore: Johns Hopkins University Press.
  • Anderson, W. (2014). Making Global Health History: The Postcolonial Worldliness of Biomedicine. Social History of Medicine, 27(2). [More Information]
  • Anderson, W. (2014). Postcolonial science studies. In N. Smelser, J. Wright & P. Baltes (Eds.), International Encyclopedia of the Social and Behavioral Sciences. Palo Alto & Berlin: Elsevier.
  • Anderson, W. (2014). Racial conceptions in the global south. Isis: international review devoted to the history of science and its cultural influences.
  • Anderson, W. (2014). Taking Science Studies Off the Boyle. Social Epistemology Review and Reply Collective, 3, 51-52.
  • Anderson, W. (2014). The frozen archive, or defrosting Derrida. Journal of Cultural Economy.
  • Jones, R., Anderson, W. (2014). Wandering Anatomists and Itinerant Anthropologists: the Antipodean Sciences of Race in Britain between the Wars. British Journal For The History Of Science. [More Information]

2013

  • Anderson, W. (2013). Becoming a man of experience: interview with C. Ruthven B. Blackburn. Health and History, 15, 118-129.
  • Anderson, W. (2013). Objectivity and its Discontents. Social Studies of Science, 43(4), 557-576. [More Information]
  • Anderson, W. (2013). The Case of the Archive. Critical Inquiry, 39(3), 532-547. [More Information]
  • Anderson, W. (2013). The military spur to Australian medical research. Health and History, 15(1), 80-103. [More Information]
  • Anderson, W. (2013). Wars have an overflow on everything: interview with Ian R. Mackay and Patricia Mackay. Health and History, 15, 104-117.

2012

  • Anderson, W. (2012). Asia as Method in Science and Technology Studies. East Asian Science, Technology and Society: An International Journal, 6(4), 445-451. [More Information]
  • Anderson, W. (2012). Hybridity, Race, and Science: The Voyage of the Zaca, 1934 -1935. Isis: international review devoted to the history of science and its cultural influences, 103(2), 229-253. [More Information]
  • Anderson, W. (2012). Infectious diseases in the bigger picture. Medical Journal of Australia, 196(5), 358-358. [More Information]
  • Anderson, W. (2012). Racial Hybridity, Physical Anthropology, and Human Biology in the Colonial Laboratories of the United States. Current Anthropology, 53(SUPPL. 5), S95-S107. [More Information]
  • Anderson, W., Pols, J. (2012). Scientific Patriotism: Medical Science and National Self-Fashioning in Southeast Asia. Comparative Studies in Society and History: an international quarterly, 54(1), 93-113. [More Information]
  • Anderson, W., Pols, J. (2012). Scientific patriotism: Medical Science and National Self-Fashioning in Southeast Asia (Reprint). In AW McCoy, JM Fradera & S Jacobson (Eds.), Endless Empire: Spain's Retreat, Europe's Eclipse, America's Decline, (pp. 265-272). Madison, Wisconsin: University of Wisconsin Press.

2011

  • Anderson, W. (2011). 1. etc - titles of poems being claimed for 2011 to be advised. Hard Cases, Brief Lives, (pp. 5 - 81). Port Adelaide, SA, Australia: Ginninderra Press.
  • Anderson, W., Jenson, D., Keller, R. (2011). Introduction: Globalizing the Unconscious. In Warwick Anderson, Deborah Jenson and Richard C. Keller (Eds.), Unconscious Dominions: Psychoanalysis, Colonial Trauma, and Global Sovereignties, (pp. 1-18). Durham, UK: Duke University Press.
  • Anderson, W. (2011). Looking for Newton: From hydraulic societies to the hydraulics of globalization. In Ghassan Hage & Emma Kowal (Eds.), Force, movement, intensity: the Newtonian imagination in the humanities and social sciences, (pp. 128-135). Melbourne, Australia: Melbourne University Press.
  • Anderson, W. (2011). Prusiner, Stanley B. eLS, September 2011, 1-1. [More Information]
  • Anderson, W. (2011). Queer science, the Writer's sorcery, and the postcolonial question. East Asian Science, Technology and Society: An International Journal, 5(1), 107-111. [More Information]
  • Anderson, W. (2011). Unconscious Dominions: Psychoanalysis, Colonial Trauma, and Global Sovereignties. Durham, UK: Duke University Press.

2010

  • Anderson, W. (2010). Biomedicine in Chinese East Asia: From semi-colonial to post-colonial? In Angela Ki Che Leung, Charlotte Furth (Eds.), Health and Hygiene in Chinese East Asia: Policies and Publics in the Long Twentieth Century, (pp. 273-278). Durham & London: Duke University Press.
  • Anderson, W. (2010). Crap on the map or postcolonial waste. Postcolonial Studies: culture, politics, economy, 13(2), 169-178. [More Information]
  • Anderson, W. (2010). From Plague, an Epidemic Comes: Recounting Disease as Contamination and Configuration. In D. Ann Herring, Alan C. Swedlund (Eds.), Plagues and Epidemics: Infected Spaces Past and Present, (pp. 251-268). Oxford, New York: Berg Publishers.
  • Mackay, I., Anderson, W. (2010). What's in a name? Experimental encephalomyelitis: 'Allergic' or 'autoimmune'. Journal of Neuroimmunology, 223(1-2), 1-4. [More Information]

2009

  • Anderson, W. (2009). Ambiguities of Race: Science on the Reproductive Frontier of Australia and the Pacific Between the Wars. Australian Historical Studies, 40(2), 143-160. [More Information]
  • Anderson, W. (2009). From subjugated knowledge to conjugated subjects: science and globalisation, or postcolonial studies of science? Postcolonial Studies: culture, politics, economy, 12(4), 389-400. [More Information]
  • Anderson, W. (2009). Modern sentinel and colonial microcosm: science, discipline, and distress at the Philippine General Hospital. Philippine Studies, 57(2), 153-177. [More Information]
  • Anderson, W. (2009). Pacific crossings: imperial logics in U.S. public health programs. In Alfred W. McCoy and Francisco Scarano (Eds.), Colonial Crucible: Empire in the Making of the Modern American State, (pp. 277-287). Madison, WI: University of Wisconsin Press.
  • Anderson, W. (2009). Re-orienting STS: Emergent Studies of Science, Technology, and Medicine in Southeast Asia. East Asian Science, Technology and Society: An International Journal, 3(2), 163-171. [More Information]
  • Anderson, W. (2009). Traveling White. In Boucher, Leigh; Carey, Jane; Ellinghaus, Katherine (Eds.), Re-Orienting Whiteness, (pp. 65-72). New York, USA: Palgrave Macmillan.

2008

  • Anderson, W. (2008). Early perceptions of an epidemic. Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society B. Biological Sciences, 363(1510), 3675-3678. [More Information]
  • Anderson, W. (2008). Indigenous health in a global frame: from community development to human rights. Health and History, 10(2), 94-108. [More Information]
  • Anderson, W. (2008). Learning from the Fore. History of Science Society Newsletter.
  • Anderson, W., Adams, V. (2008). Pramoedya's Chickens: Postcolonial Studies of Technoscience. In Edward J. Hackett, Olga Amsterdamska, Michael Lynch, and Judy Wajcman (Eds.), The Handbook of Science and Technology Studies, (pp. 181-204). Cambridge MA: MIT Press.
  • Anderson, W. (2008). Réné Jules Dubos. (Vol. Volume one - Abderhalden-Byers, pp. 317-319).
  • Anderson, W. (2008). Teaching 'race' at medical school: social scientists on the margin. Social Studies of Science, 38(5), 785-800.
  • Anderson, W. (2008). Ten Years and More of Health & History (Editorial). Health and History, 10(1), online.
  • Anderson, W. (2008). The Collectors of Lost Souls: Turning Kuru Scientists into Whitemen. Baltimore, USA: Johns Hopkins University Press.

2007

  • Anderson, W. (2007). Colonial Pathologies: American Tropical Medicine, Race, and Hygiene in the Philippines (republished 1st edition). Manila: Ateneo de Manila University Press.
  • Anderson, W. (2007). Frank Macfarlane Burnet. In W.F. Bynum and Helen Bynum (Eds.), Dictionary of Medical Biography, Volume I: A-B. (pp. 284-285). Westport CT: Greenwood Press.
  • Anderson, W. (2007). How Far Can East Asian STS Go? A Commentary. East Asian Science, Technology and Society: An International Journal, 1 December(2), 249-250.
  • Anderson, W. (2007). Immunization and hygiene in the colonial Philippines. Journal of the History of Medicine and Allied Sciences, 62(1), 1-20. [More Information]
  • Anderson, W. (2007). John Burton Cleland. In W.F. Bynum and Helen Bynum (Eds.), Dictionary of Medical Biography. Volume II: C-G. (pp. 351-352). Westport CT: Greenwood Press.
  • Anderson, W. (2007). Science in the Philippines. Philippine Studies, 55(3), 287-318.
  • Anderson, W. (2007). The colonial medicine of settler states: comparing histories of indigenous health. Health and History, 9(2), 144-154.

2006

  • Anderson, W. (2006). Colonial pathologies: American tropical medicine, race, and hygiene in the Philippines (original 1st edition). Durham NC: Duke University Press.
  • Anderson, W. (2006). States of Hygiene: Race "Improvement" and Biomedical Citizenship in Australia and the Colonial Philippines. In Ann L. Stoler (Eds.), Haunted by Empire: Geographies of Intimacy in North American History, (pp. 94-115). Durham, NC, USA; London, UK: Duke University Press.

2005

  • Anderson, W. (2005). Medical education. In Andrew Brown-May and Shurlee Swain (Eds.), Encyclopaedia of Melbourne. (pp. 450-451). Melbourne AU: Cambridge University Press.
  • Anderson, W. (2005). Medical technology. In Andrew Brown-May and Shurlee Swain (Eds.), Encyclopaedia of Melbourne, 453. Melbourne AU: Cambridge University Press.

2004

  • Anderson, W. (2004). Natural Histories of Infectious Disease: Ecological Vision in Twentieth-Century Biomedical Science. Osiris, 19 (2nd series), 39-61.
  • Anderson, W. (2004). Postcolonial histories of medicine. In John Harley Warner and Frank Huisman (Eds.), Locating Medical History: The Stories and Their Meanings, (pp. 285-307). Baltimore, US: Johns Hopkins University Press.

2003

  • Anderson, W. (2003). The Natures of Culture: Environment and Race in the Colonial Tropics. In Paul Greenough and Anna L. Tsing (Eds.), Nature in the Global South: Environmental Projects in South and Southeast Asia, (pp. 29-46). Durham and London, UK: Duke University Press.

2002

  • Anderson, W., Hecht, G. (2002). Emergent science and technology studies in South East Asia. Social Studies of Science, 32(5-6).
  • Anderson, W. (2002). Going Through the Motions: American Public Health and Colonial "Mimicry". American Literary History, 14(4), 686-719.
  • Anderson, W. (2002). Introduction: Postcolonial Technoscience. Social Studies of Science, 32(5-6), 643-658.
  • Anderson, W. (2002). The cultivation of whiteness : science, health and racial destiny in Australia. Melbourne Australia: Melbourne University Press.

2000

  • Anderson, W. (2000). The 'third-world' body. In Roger Cooter, John V. Pickstone (Eds.), Medicine in the Twentieth Century, (pp. 235-246). London and New York: Taylor and Francis.
  • Anderson, W. (2000). The possession of kuru: medical science and biocolonial exchange. Comparative Studies in Society and History: an international quarterly, 42, 713-744.

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