Anna Lora-Wainwright
Anna Lora-Wainwright
Associate professor of human geography of China, University of Oxford
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TitleCited byYear
Fighting for breath: living morally and dying of cancer in a Chinese village
A Lora-Wainwright
University of Hawai'i Press, 2013
Acute pharmacodynamic and antivascular effects of the vascular endothelial growth factor signaling inhibitor AZD2171 in Calu-6 human lung tumor xenografts
NR Smith, NH James, I Oakley, A Wainwright, C Copley, J Kendrew, ...
Molecular Cancer Therapeutics 6 (8), 2198-2208, 2007
Assessing the activity of cediranib, a VEGFR-2/3 tyrosine kinase inhibitor, against VEGFR-1 and members of the structurally related PDGFR family
SR Brave, K Ratcliffe, Z Wilson, NH James, S Ashton, A Wainwright, ...
Molecular cancer therapeutics 10 (5), 861-873, 2011
Learning to live with pollution: the making of environmental subjects in a Chinese industrialized village
A Lora-Wainwright, Y Zhang, Y Wu, B Van Rooij
The China Journal, 106-124, 2012
An anthropology of ‘cancer villages’: villagers' perspectives and the politics of responsibility
A Lora-Wainwright
Journal of Contemporary China 19 (63), 79-99, 2010
Historicizing sustainable livelihoods: a pathways approach to lead mining in rural central China
J Lu, A Lora-Wainwright
World Development 62, 189-200, 2014
Introduction. Dying for Development: Pollution, Illness and the Limits of Citizens' Agency in China*
A Lora-Wainwright
The China Quarterly 214, 243-254, 2013
The compensation trap: the limits of community-based pollution regulation in China
B Van Rooij, AL Wainwright, Y Wu, Y Zhang
Pace Envtl. L. Rev. 29, ii, 2011
The inadequate life: rural industrial pollution and lay epidemiology in China
A Lora-Wainwright
The China Quarterly 214, 302-320, 2013
Of farming chemicals and cancer deaths: The politics of health in contemporary rural China
A Lora‐Wainwright
Social Anthropology 17 (1), 56-73, 2009
Vandetanib inhibits both VEGFR-2 and EGFR signalling at clinically relevant drug levels in preclinical models of human cancer
SR Brave, R Odedra, NH James, NR Smith, GB Marshall, KL Acheson, ...
International journal of oncology 39 (1), 271-278, 2011
Resigned activism: living with pollution in rural China
A Lora-Wainwright
MIT Press, 2017
Exporting harm, scavenging value: transnational circuits of e‐waste between J apan, C hina and beyond
PW Kirby, A Lora‐Wainwright
Area 47 (1), 40-47, 2015
From principles to localized implementation: villagers' experiences of IWRM in the Shiyang River basin, Northwest China
H Yu, M Edmunds, A Lora-Wainwright, D Thomas
International journal of water resources development 30 (3), 588-604, 2014
Governance of the irrigation commons under integrated water resources management–A comparative study in contemporary rural China
HH Yu, M Edmunds, A Lora-Wainwright, D Thomas
Environmental science & policy 55, 65-74, 2016
Rural China in ruins: The rush to urbanize China's countryside is opening a moral battleground (Respond to this article at http://www. therai. org. uk/at/debate)
A Lora‐Wainwright
Anthropology Today 28 (4), 8-13, 2012
If you can walk and eat, you don’t go to hospital’: the quest for healthcare in rural Sichuan
A Lora-Wainwright
China’s Changing Welfare Mix: Local Perspectives. London: Routledge, 104-125, 2011
The Trouble of Connection: E-Waste in China Between State Regulation, Development Regimes, and Global Capitalism
A Lora-Wainwright
The Anthropology of Postindustrialism, 127-145, 2015
Plural forms of evidence and uncertainty in environmental health: a comparison of two Chinese cases
A Lora-Wainwright
Evidence & Policy 9 (1), 49, 2013
Using Local Resources: Barefoot Doctors and Bone Manipulation in Rural Langzhong, Sichuan Province, PRC
A Lora-Wainwright
Asian Medicine 1 (2), 470-489, 2018
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