"Research as Development illustrates how concepts taken for granted by ethics boards, biomedical researchers and even anthropologists—ethics, collaboration, research itself—are contingent and negotiated, constitute and constituted by research worlds and networks."
- Crystal Biruk, Assistant Professor of Anthropology, Oberlin College, and author of Cooking Data
Research as Development
"Research as Development, a dynamic contribution to the sub-field of the anthropology of clinical trials, offers an astute study of what it means to work together now that the global rise of bioethics has carved out a space for anthropologists."
- Ayo Wahlberg, Professor in the Department of Anthropology, University of Copenhagen, author of Good Quality
Title Research as Development
Subtitle Biomedical Research, Ethics, and Collaboration in Sri Lanka