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Durham University

The Anthro-Zoonoses Network

The Anthro-Zoonoses Network

Social Science Engagements with Human-Animal Health

The Anthro-Zoonoses Network’ is a research network for the anthropology of zoonotic and vector-borne diseases and promotes the anthropological study of human-animal diseases. This inter-disciplinary network brings together scholars from a range of backgrounds who are interested in drawing upon insights from the social sciences in the study of human-animal health and wellbeing. Our members include anthropologists, geographers, epidemiologists, disease ecologists and primatologists. The network acts to promote news, events and new publications; to provide a forum for inter/multi disciplinary engagement; and as a spring board for the development of future projects.

Members of the Network

Contact Details

Durham University,
DH1 3LE,
Telephone: +44 (0)191 334 2000

Network Coordinator

Hannah Brown

Telephone: +44 (0) 191 33 40244

Contact Dr Hannah Brown (email at