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Lenore Manderson

Lenore Manderson is a medical anthropologist. Since 1988 she has been Professor of Tropical Health at The University of Queensland. Her research spans the disciplinary fields of anthropology, sociology, social history and public health. Her early research was conducted in Peninsular Malaysia and the United Kingdom, and with Vietnamese, Turkish and Anglo�CAustralian communities in Australia. She has just completed a major work on health and illness under colonialism. Her present work includes the study of social and cultural aspects of malaria (in Ghana and the Philippines), and issues relating to gender, sexuality and health. She was born in Australia, is married, and has two children
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