Ida Susser

Anthropology City University of New York, New York, NY, United States 
Cultural Anthropology, Individual and Family Studies, Labor Economics, Public and Social Welfare
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Geraldine J. Casey grad student 2002 CUNY
M. A. Gonzalez grad student 2004 CUNY
Terese Lawinski grad student 2007 CUNY
Suzana Maia grad student 2007 CUNY
Yoko Ikeda grad student 2009 CUNY
Robert E. Siebert grad student 2010 CUNY
Denise Geraci grad student 2011 CUNY
Samuel K. Byrd grad student 2012 CUNY
Jennifer Sugg grad student 2014 CUNY
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Kuhn L, Stein Z, Susser I. (2016) The importance of replicating results from randomised trials - Authors' reply. The Lancet. Hiv. 3: e11
Kuhn L, Stein Z, Susser I. (2015) Are randomised controlled trials always required? The Lancet. Hiv. 2: e460-1
Susser I, Tonnelat S. (2013) Transformative cities: The three urban commons Focaal. 105-121
Susser I, Tonnelat S. (2013) Transformative cities: A response to Narotzky, Collins, and Bertho Focaal. 130-132
Susser I. (2012) Norman Street: Poverty and Politics in an Urban Neighborhood, Updated Edition Norman Street: Poverty and Politics in An Urban Neighborhood, Updated Edition. 1-320
Kuhn L, Susser I, Stein Z. (2011) Can further placebo-controlled trials of antiretroviral drugs to prevent sexual transmission of HIV be justified? Lancet (London, England). 378: 285-7
Susser I. (2011) Organic intellectuals, crossing scales, and the emergence of social movements with respect to AIDS in South Africa AES Presidential Address for 2008 American Ethnologist. 38: 733-742
Susser I. (2011) Gavin Smith's selective hegemonies Identities. 18: 54-62
Susser I. (2011) "A comment on Friedman and Rossi's dialectics of HIV: Agency, resistance and gender" for dialectical anthropology Dialectical Anthropology. 35: 435-441
Susser I. (2010) The anthropologist as social critic: Working toward a more engaged anthropology Current Anthropology. 51: S227-S233
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