Category Archives: Ebola

Ebola photographs in The New York Times

The New York Times has a small collection of photographs by Daniel Berehulak. Thanks to David Campbell (@davidc7) for the link. Much more to read on Ebola at the list on this site here. Advertisements

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Ebola reading list – some updates

Aside from the theme issue mentioned earlier, I’ve made some other updates to the Ebola reading list on this site.

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Ebola in Sierra Leone: News from the Frontline – Peter Penfold at African Arguments

I’ve not been updating the Ebola reading list much recently, but this is an interesting piece on ‘Ebola in Sierra Leone‘ by Peter Penfold, former British High Commissioner to the country.

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The Lancet on IMF reforms and the West African Ebola crisis

Writing today in the journal Lancet Global Health, researchers from Cambridge University’s Department of Sociology examine the links between the International Monetary Fund (IMF) and the Ebola outbreak in West Africa. According to the authors, joined by colleagues from Oxford … Continue reading

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Peter Singer, ‘The Ethics of Fighting Ebola’

Peter Singer, ‘The Ethics of Fighting Ebola’ – also added to the long reading list here.

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The Guardian reviews two books on Ebola

The Guardian reviews two books on Ebola – neither of which is really new. Richard Preston’s The Hot Zone is twenty years old, and has no updating; David Quammen’s  Ebola: the Natural and Human History of a Deadly Virus is … Continue reading

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More additions to the Ebola reading list

I’ve made some more additions to the Ebola reading list. A really useful resource is Ebola Deeply, which is an aggregating news source (see discussion of project here; and also @Eboladeeply). Thanks to David Campbell for this link.  

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Ebola reading list updated – including maps from Humanitarian OpenStreetMap

I’ve made some updates to the Ebola Reading List on this site. This now has two sections: General Reference, which includes NGOs, some government information, and some media sites sections, plus regularly updated maps from Humanitarian OpenStreetMap; and individual articles – … Continue reading

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