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Publications:  Prof Sophie Harman

Davies SE, Harman S(2020). Securing Reproductive Health: A Matter of International Peace and Security. International Studies Quarterly vol. 64, (2) 277-284.
Harman S(2020). They Still Don't Get It. International Feminist Journal of Politics vol. 22, (2) 275-279.
Harman S(2020). The danger of stories in global health. The Lancet vol. 395, (10226) 776-777.
Harman S(2019). Conversations for common humanity: the 2019 Global Health Film Festival. The Lancet vol. 394, (10214) 2057-2058.
Harman S, Ved N(2019). Polio: the odyssey of eradication. INTERNATIONAL AFFAIRS vol. 95, (4) 943-944.
Harman S(2019). Seeing Politics Film, Visual Method, and International Relations.
Davies SE, Harman S, Manjoo R, Tanyag M, Wenham C(2019). Why it must be a feminist global health agenda. The Lancet vol. 393, (10171) 601-603.
HARMAN S, Davies S(2018). President Donald Trump as Global Health’s Displacement Activity. Review of International Studies
Harman S, Wenham C(2018). Governing Ebola: between global health and medical humanitarianism. Globalizations vol. 15, (3) 362-376.
HARMAN S, WENHAM C(2018). Governing Ebola: between Global Health and Medical Humanitarianism. Globalizations1-15.
HARMAN S(2017). Making the invisible visible in International Relations: Film, co-produced research and transnational feminism. European Journal of International Relations
Harman S(2017). Rebels in a rotten state: understanding atrocity in Sierra Leone. INTERNATIONAL AFFAIRS vol. 93, (3) 747-748.
HARMAN S(2016). Film as Research Method in African Politics and International Relations: Reading and Writing HIV/AIDS in Tanzania. African Affairs
Harman S(2016). The bill and melinda gates foundation and legitimacy in global health governance. Global Governance vol. 22, (3) 349-368.
Barnes A, Brown GW, Harman S(2016). Understanding global health and development partnerships: Perspectives from African and global health system professionals. Social Science and Medicine vol. 159, 22-29.
HARMAN S(2016). Ebola, Gender, and Conspicuously Invisible Women in Global Health Governance. Third World Quarterly: journal of emerging areas
Kamradt-Scott A, Harman S, Wenham C, Smith F(2016). Civil-military cooperation in Ebola and beyond. The Lancet vol. 387, (10014) 104-105.
HARMAN S, FERGUSON L(2015). Gender and Infrastructure in the World Bank. Development Policy Review
Harman S(2015). 15 years of ‘War on AIDS’: what impact has the global HIV/AIDS response had on the political economy of Africa?. Review of African Political Economy vol. 42, (145) 467-476.
Ferguson L, Harman S(2015). Gender and Infrastructure in the World Bank. Development Policy Review vol. 33, (5) 653-671.
BARNES, A, BROWN, G, HARMAN S(2015). Locating health diplomacy through African negotiations on performance-based funding in global health. Journal of Health Diplomacy vol. 1, (3)
Kamradt-Scott A, Harman S, Nunes J, Roemer-Mahler A, Wenham C(2015). WHO must remain a strong global health leader post Ebola. The Lancet vol. 385, (9963)
Barnes A, Brown GW, Harman S(2014). Global Politics of Health Reform in Africa: Performance, Participation, and Policy.
HARMAN S, RUSHTON S(2014). Analysing Leadership in Global Health Governance. Global Health Governance
HARMAN S(2014). Innovation and the limits of rebranded privatisation in Global Health. Handbook of the International Political Economy of Governance, Editors: Phillips, N, Payne, A, Edward Elgar Publishing
Harman S, Williams D(2014). International development in transition. International Affairs vol. 90, (4) 925-941.
HARMAN S, Scott J(2013). Beyond TRIPS: Why the WTO's Doha Round is Unhealthy. Third World Quarterly: journal of emerging areas vol. 34, (8) 1361-1376.
HARMAN S(2013). Critical Reflections on Global Health Policy Formation. Handbook of Global Health Policy, Editors: Brown, GW, Yarney, G, Edward Elgar
HARMAN S(2013). Global Health Governance. Global Governance and International Organisation, Editors: Wilkinson, R, Weiss, T, Routledge
Harman S, Williams D(2013). Governing the World?. Routledge
Brown W, Harman S(2013). African Agency in International Politics. Routledge (Oxford),
HARMAN S, Brown W(2013). In from the margins? The changing place of Africa in International Relations. International Affairs: promoting dialogue between academics and policy-makers vol. 89, (1) 69-87.
Harman S, Williams D(2013). Conclusion: Governing the world?. Governing the World?: Cases in Global Governance,
Harman S, Williams D(2013). Governing the world?: Cases in global governance.
Harman S, Williams D(2013). Introduction governing the world.
HARMAN S(2013). Review of 'International Security, Conflict and Gender: HIV/AIDS is Another War' by Hakan Seckinelgin. International Feminist Journal of Politics vol. 15, (1) 126-129.
HARMAN S(2012). Women and the MDGs: Too Little, too Late, too Gendered. The Millennium Development Goals and Beyond: Global Development after 2015, Editors: Wilkinson, R, Hulme, D, Routledge
Harman S(2011). Global Health Governance. Routledge
HARMAN S(2011). Governing Health Risk by Buying Behaviour. Political Studies vol. 59, (4) 867-883.
HARMAN S(2011). Searching for an Executive Head? Leadership and UNAIDS. Global Governance: A Review of Multilateralism and International Organizations vol. 17, (4) 429-446.
HARMAN S(2011). The Dual Feminisation of HIV/AIDS. Globalizations vol. 8, (2) 213-228.
Harman S(2010). The World Bank and HIV/AIDS: Setting a Global Agenda. Taylor & Francis
HARMAN S(2009). Bottlenecks and benevolence: how the World Bank is helping communities to ‘cope’ with HIV/AIDS. Journal of Health Management vol. 11, (2) 297-313.
HARMAN S, Brown W, Hurt S, Lee D, Smith K(2009). Editorial: New Directions in International Relations and Africa. The Round Table: The Commonwealth Journal of International Affairs vol. 98, (402) 263-267.
HARMAN S(2009). Fighting HIV/AIDS: Reconfiguring the state?. Review of African Political Economy vol. 36, (121) 353-367.
HARMAN S(2009). Review of Toyin Falola, and Matthew H. Heaton 'HIV/ AIDS, Illness, and African WellBeing'. Journal of Modern African Studies vol. 47, (1) 159-160.
HARMAN S(2009). The Causes, Contours, and Consequences of the Multi-Sectoral Response to HIV/AIDS. Governance of HIV/AIDS: Making Participation and Accountability Count, Editors: Harman, S, Lisk, F, Routledge
HARMAN S(2009). The World Bank and Health. Global Health Governance: Crisis, Institutions and Political Economy, Editors: Kay, A, Williams OD, Palgrave Macmillan
HARMAN S(2008). Review of Jeremy R. Youde 'AIDS, South Africa, and the Politics of Knowledge'. Journal of Modern African Studies vol. 46, (2) 333-334.
HARMAN S(2007). The World Bank: Failing the Multi-Country AIDS Program, Failing HIV/AIDS. Global Governance: A Review of Multilateralism and International Organizations vol. 13, (4) 485-492.
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