P04Global health as a novel form of biopower? Interrogating the fault lines between geopolitics and biopolitics in Global Health policy and practice
P05Different ways to become known and knowable as a person: ideas, ideology and epistemic injustices in Global Mental Health
P09Maternal precarity at the intersection of households and health systems: interrogating meanings of risk and power in maternal health
P17The unintended consequences of Global Health research and interventions - an anthropological view
P26Conflicting politics underlying obesity in a complex, globalised world: 'glocal' governance, public actions and community engagement
P30Health workers at the boundaries of Global Health: between 'performance' and socio-material practices of care
P43'Stakeholder' as an emerging keyword in Global Health cultures: but what are the stakes and who holds them?
P47Post-human perspectives: how productive or relevant are these for a global medical anthropology?