Publications

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2017. Jennifer J. Carroll, Brandon D. L. Marshall, Josiah D. Rich, Traci C. Green. “Exposure to fentanyl-contaminated heroin and overdose risk among illicit opioid users in Rhode Island: A mixed methods study.” International Journal of Drug Policy. 

2016. “Why Does Healthcare for People Who Use Drugs in Ukraine Continue to Fail?” Krytyka 20(7-8): 24-29.

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2016. “Writing Grief: Writing and Bereavement in Ethnographic Texts.” Published online in Medicine, Anthropology, Theory. May 30.

2016. Jennifer J. Carroll, Renee Heffron, Nelly Mugo, Patrick Ndase, Stephen Asiimwe, Connie Celum, and Jared M. Baeten. “Perceived Risk Among HIV Serodiscordant Couples in East Africa Taking Oral PrEP.” Sexually Transmitted Diseases 43(8): 471-475.

2016. Jennifer J. Carroll, Kenneth Ngure, Renee Heffron, Kathryn Curran, Nelly R. Mugo, and Jared M. Baeten. “Gendered Differences in the Perceived Risks and Benefits of Oral PrEP Among HIV-Serodiscordant Couples in Kenya.” AIDS Care 28(8): 1000-1006.

2016. “For Lack of Wanting: Discourses of Desire in Ukrainian Opiate Substitution Therapy Programs.”  Transcultural Psychiatry 2016 (53): 198-216.

2014. “This is Not About Europe: Reflections on Ukraine’s EuroMaidan Revolution.” Perspectives on Europe 4(1): 8-15.

2014. “Key Theories from Critical Medical Anthropology for Public Health Research. Part II: Medicine in the Social System, Medicine as a Social System.” Tobacco Control and Public Health in Eastern Europe 4(1): 41-18.

2013. “Key Theories from Critical Medical Anthropology for Public Health Research. Part I: Starting with Foucault: Cultures of medicine and meanings of illness.” Tobacco Control and Public Health in Eastern Europe 3(1): 39-46.

 

Policy Briefs

2013. “Barriers to Treatment Adherence in Ukrainian Tuberculoses Control Programs.” IREX: Scholar Research Brief. 

 

Public Writing / Mass Media

2016. “The Bright Future Without You.” in Anthropology News. January 14

2014. “The Quietest Casualties: Russian Public Health Policies Cause Patient Deaths in Crimea.” Critical Commentary and Review. September 30.

2014. “From Ukraine: The Heartbreak of Victory, the Fear of Russia.” The Seattle Times. March 23.

2014. “Ukraine’s EuroMaidan Isn’t Just for the Right. Yale Journal of International Affairs. March 18.

2014. “Reflections on Kyiv’s EuroMaidan: Ethnography of the Unexpected.” Anthropology News. March 10.

2014. “UW Student in Kiev Sees Destruction — And Dignity.” The Seattle Times. February 21. 

2014 “From the Streets of Kyiv: ‘We are Definitely Going Somewhere’” Invited guest post on the University of Washington Ellison Center weblog. Posted Feb 20. 

2014. “2013 Balance of Payments Surplus Will Quickly Disappear.” The Kyiv Post. February 6.

2014  “People in the Streets, Bodies in the Snow: Bringing the Stakes of EuroMaidan into Focus.” Invited guest post on the University of Washington Ellison Center weblog. Posted January 30. 

2013. “Listening to Addicts, HIV, and TB Patients in Ukraine.” Invited guest post on the International Research Exchange Board (IREX) weblog. Posted July 23, 2013.

2013. “My Best-Worst Day in Ukraine.” REECAS Newsletter, Winter 2013. 

2012. “Lessons Learned and Unlearned.” Invited guest post on the Feministe weblog. Posted Jan 13, 2012. 

 

Book Reviews

2015. Review of Michelle A. Parsons’ Dying Unneeded: The Cultural Context of the Russian Mortality Crisis. (Vanderbilt University Press, 2014). H-Net H-Socialisms Community. 

2013. Review of Erin Koch’s Free Market Tuberculosis. (Vanderbilt University Press, 2013). Global Public Health 8(9): 1087-1088.

2012. Review of E. Summerson Carr, Scripting Addiction: The Politics of Therapeutic Talk and American Sobriety. (Princeton: Princeton University Press. 2011). Somatosphere weblog. Posted October 2, 2012.

2009. Review of Tanya Richardson, Kaleidoscopic Odessa: History and Place in Contemporary Ukraine. (Toronto: Toronto University Press, 2008) in Anthropology of East Europe Review. 27(1): 99-100.