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             I am a doctoral student at CUNY Graduate Center's PhD Program in Anthropology. My research interests include medical anthropology and contemporary issues in public health. With a grant from the Social Science Research Council, I am currently researching a dissertation on the public health and environmental risks associated with climate change in Vietnam.


2008. "Because You Want More Life to Live: BiDil, A Heart Failure Prescription for 'Self-Identified Blacks.'" Corporations and Health. Electronic document.

2008. Review, Kaushik Sunder Rajan. "Biocapital: The Constitution of Postgenomic Life." Forthcoming, Socialism and Democracy.

2008. Review, Alexander Laban Hinton. "Why Did They Kill?: Cambodia in the Shadow of Genocide." American Anthropologist 110 (1): 113-114.

2008. Co-authored with Hsuan L. Hsu. Biopower, Bodies…the Exhibition, and the Spectacle of Public Health. Forthcoming, Discourse: A Journal for Theoretical Studies in Media and Culture.

2007. Review, Mike Davis, "Planet of Slums." Socialism and Democracy 21(2).

2007. Gulag, Black Hole, Country Club: A Map of Guantánamo Bay. Socialism and Democracy 21(2).

Martha Lincoln     

Adjunct Lecturer   
Graduate Student, CUNY  
Interests: Courses Taught:
  • Cultural Anthropology
  • Medical anthropology
  • Anthropology of science
  • Public health
  • Southeast Asia
  • Intro to Cultural Anthropology (101) 
  • Medical Anthropology (225)