From Biolegitimacy to Antihumanitarianism: Understanding People's Resistance to Ebola Responses in the Democratic Republic of the Congo

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We are grateful for the comments received from An Ansoms and Cécile Giraud on earlier versions
of this paper.

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Title
From Biolegitimacy to Antihumanitarianism: Understanding People's Resistance to Ebola Responses in the Democratic Republic of the Congo
Published
Social Science Research Council, 5/13/2021
Citation
From Biolegitimacy to Antihumanitarianism: Understanding People's Resistance to Ebola Responses in the Democratic Republic of the Congo (New York: Social Science Research Council, 5/13/2021).