Beholden readers have alerted me that many of the links in the references to chapter 5, free online resources published by the African Religious Health Assets Programme (ARHAP), based at the University of Cape Town, South Africa, are now outdated and hard to find. As far as I can tell, all the material is still available online; predictably and maddeningly, it’s the urls that have changed. Below is an update with a few of the new links. Some of these are also available on Professor James Cochrane’s Academia.edu page.
ARHAP Bibliography: Working in a Bounded Field of Unknowing (2006)
ARHAP Literature Review: Working in a Bounded Field of Unknowing (2006)
The Contribution of Religious Entities to Health in Sub-Saharan Africa (Gates Foundation report, 2008)
In Search of Common Ground for Interdisciplinary Collaboration and Communication: Mapping the Cultural Politics of Religion and HIV/AIDS in Sub-Saharan Africa, PhD thesis of Jill Olivier, Department of Religious Studies, University of Cape Town, February 2010.
Taking Religion Seriously: Some Thoughts on ‘Respectful Dialogue’ Between Religion and Public Health in Africa (2007)
UPDATED LINK: https://www.academia.edu/665933/Caring_for_the_Canary_Religion_and_the_Political_Economy_of_Health
Worlds Apart? Religious Interpretations and Witchcraft in the Negotiations of Health Strategies for HIV/AIDS in South Africa, by Joanne Wreford (2009)