Hannig, Anita. 2017. Beyond Surgery: Injury, Healing, and Religion at an Ethiopian Hospital. Chicago: University of Chicago Press.

Winner of the 2018 Eileen Basker Memorial Prize, Society for Medical Anthropology, American Anthropological Association.

Peer-Reviewed Articles

Hannig, Anita. 2019. “Author(iz)ing Death: Medical Aid-in-Dying and the Morality of Suicide.” Cultural Anthropology 34(1): 53–77.

Heller, Alison, and Anita Hannig. 2017. “Unsettling the Fistula Narrative: Cultural Pathology, Biomedical Redemption, and Inequities of Health Access in Niger and Ethiopia.” Anthropology & Medicine 24(1): 81-95.

Hannig, Anita. 2015. “Sick Healers: Chronic Affliction and the Authority of Experience at an Ethiopian Hospital.” American Anthropologist 117(4): 640–651.

Hannig, Anita. 2014. “Spiritual Border Crossings: Childbirth, Postpartum Seclusion, and Religious Alterity in Amhara, Ethiopia.” Africa 84(2): 294–313.

Hannig, Anita. 2013. “The Pure and the Pious: Corporeality, Flow, and Transgression in Ethiopian Orthodox Christianity.” Journal of Religion in Africa 43(3): 297–328.

Public Media

Hannig, Anita. 2017. “Death and Dying 101.” SAPIENS, October 3.