Mr Justin Dixon, BA, MA
I am a PhD candidate in anthropology with a specialisation in medical anthropology. My research is situated broadly within the field of developing world bioethics and involves an ethnographic and historical study of a large TB vaccine trial site in the Western Cape of South Africa.
- Global health and sovereignty
- Healthcare in South Africa
- Moral economies of science
- TB and lung disease
- The ethics of international clinical trials
- Dixon, Justin (2017). Geissler, P. Wenzel (ed.). Para-states and medical science: making African global health. 369 pp., illus., bibliogrs. Durham, N.C.: Duke Univ. Press, 2015. £22.99 (paper). Journal of the Royal Anthropological Institute 23(1): 205-206.
Chapter in book
- Dixon, Justin (Forthcoming). Engaging Childhood Tuberculosis during a Vaccine Trial in South Africa. In Anthropological and Ethnographic Investigations into TB and its Control. Macdonald, Helen & Harper, Ian London: Ashgate.
- Dixon, Justin & Tameris, Michèle (2018). Clean Blood, Religion, and Moral Triage in Tuberculosis Vaccine Trials. Medical Anthropology 37(8): 708-721.
- Dixon, Justin (2013). AIDS, intimacy and care in rural KwaZulu-Natal: A kinship of bones, by Patricia C. Henderson. Anthropology Southern Africa 36(1-2): 91.
- Dixon, Justin (2012). Protocol and beyond: practices of care during a Tuberculosis vaccine clinical trial in South Africa. Anthropology Southern Africa 35(1-2): 40.