MONOGRAPHS & EDITED BOOKS

BULLED, N. (2015). Prescribing HIV Prevention: Bringing Culture into Global Health Communication. Left Coast Press.

BULLED, N. (Editor). (2017). Thinking Through Resistance: Case studies of opposition to contemporary global health practices. Routledge.

Singer, M., BULLED, N., Ostrach, B., Kedia, S., & Himmelgreen, G.A. (2013). Syndemics and global health: Implications for prevention, intervention, and training. Wiley.

REFEREED JOURNAL ARTICLES

Singer, M., BULLED, N., Ostrach, B., & Mendenhall, E. (2017). Syndemics and the biosocial conception of health. Lancet. 389(10072):941-950.

BULLED, N. (2016). The Effects of Water Insecurity and Emotional Distress on Civic Action for Improved Water Infrastructure in Rural South Africa. Medical Anthropology Quarterly. 31(1):133-154. doi: 10.1111/maq.12270

BULLED, N. & Green, E.C. (2015). Making voluntary medical male circumcision a viable HIV prevention strategy in high prevalence countries by engaging the traditional sector. Critical Public Health, 26(3):258-268, doi: 10.1080/09581596.2015.1055319.

BULLED, N. (2015). Social Models of Youth HIV Risk in Lesotho: Accounting for multiple dimensions of high risk environments. African Journal of AIDS Research, 14(3):239-254.

BULLED, N. (2015). Conceptualizing Biopolitics: Citizen-state interactions in the securing of water services in South Africa. Medical Anthropology: Cross-Cultural Studies in Health and Illness, 34(6):533-50, doi: 10.1080/01459740.2015.1050490.

BULLED, N. (2015). Hesitance towards Voluntary Medical Male Circumcision in Lesotho: Reconfiguring global health governance. Global Public Health. 10(5-6): 757-772, doi:10.1080/17441692.2014.962559.

BULLED, N., Singer, M. & Dillingham, R. (2014). The Syndemics of Childhood Diarrhea: a biosocial perspective on efforts to combat global inequities in diarrhea-related morbidity and mortality. Global Public Health, 9(7): 841-853, doi:10.1080/17441692.2014.924022.

Kenworthy, N. & BULLED, N. (2013). From modeling to morals: Imagining the future of HIV PrEP in Lesotho. Developing World Bioethics, 13(2): 70-78, doi:10.1111/dewb.12029.

BULLED, N. (2013). (Re)distribution of Blame: Examining the Politics of Biomedical HIV Knowledge in Lesotho. Critical Arts, 27(3): 267-287.

BULLED, N. (2013). New Lives for Old: Modernity, Biomedicine, Traditional Culture and HIV prevention in Lesotho. Global Discourse, 1-16. doi:10.1080/23269995.2013.804700.

Singer, M. & BULLED, N. (2012). Interlocked Infections: The Health Burdens of Syndemics of Neglected Tropical Diseases. Special Issue of Annals of Anthropological Practice, 36(2): 328-345.

BULLED, N. (2011). ‘You can find anything online’: Biocommunicability of Cyber-Health Information and its Impact and Gendered Variation on how the NET Generation Accesses Healthcare. Human Organization, 70 (2):153-163.

BULLED, N. & Singer, M. (2011). Syringe-mediated Syndemics. AIDS and Behavior, 15(7):1539-1545.

BULLED, N. & Sosis, R. (2010). Examining the influence of life expectancy of reproductive timing, total fertility, and education attainment. Human Nature, 21(3):269-289.