Dr Adrian G Flint

BA(Hons), M.A.(Rhodes), Ph.D.(Dund.)

  • BS8 1TU

20012020

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Research interests

My research interests centre on the politics of development and North-South relations, in particular the interface between poverty, sustainable development, disease and political economy. I have become increasingly interested in the politics of HIV/AIDS in sub-Saharan Africa, especially with respect to matters of international political economy, governance and policymaking.

Recent publications include:

  • (2020) ‘African Witchdoctors’ and Popular Culture: Global Hierarchies and the Reinforcement of the Colonial World Order, Journal of Contemporary African Studies (in press).

  • (with Kwaku Kyeremeh et al) (2019) ‘Making North-South Collaborations Work: Facilitating Natural Product Drug Discovery in Africa’, in M. Ramutsindela and D. Mickler (eds.) Africa and the Sustainable Development Goals, Springer.

  • (with Christian Meyer zu Natrup) (2019) ‘Aid and Development by Design: Local Solutions to Local Problems’, Development in Practice, 29(2):208-219.

  • (2015) 'Traditional Healing, Biomedicine and the Treatment of HIV/AIDS: Contrasting South African and Native American Experiences', International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health, 12(1): 4321-4339 [OPEN ACCESS].

  • (with Vernon Hewitt) (2015) 'Colonial Tropes and HIV/AIDS in Africa: Sex, Disease and Race', Commonwealth and Comparative Politics, 53(3): 294-314 [OPEN ACCESS]. 
  • (with Christian Meyer zu Natrup) (2014) ‘Ownership and Participation: Towards a Development Paradigm based on Beneficiary-Led Aid’, Journal of Developing Societies, 30(3): 273-295.

Structured keywords and research groupings

  • Health Science and Technology
  • International Development

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