James Wintrup


Dr. WIntrup is a medical anthropologist with expertise in development and global health in Africa, especially Zambia. He has over 8 years of experience in conducting research, using qualitative research methods. Dr. Wintrup has collaborated and conducted research with policymakers and academics in Africa, the UK and Norway. His research has ethnographically examined the social and political effects of a range of different health interventions in Zambia. He has published articles in Social Science & Medicine, Critical Public Health, Critique of Anthropology, and History and Anthropology.