Shahvisi, A. (2019). Particles do not conspire. Journal for General Philosophy of Science (Accepted).
Shahvisi, A. (2019). Austerity or Xenophobia? The Causes and Costs of the “Hostile Environment” in the NHS. Health Care Analysis, 1-18.
Shahvisi, A., & Finnerty, F. (2019). Why it is unethical to charge migrant women for pregnancy care in the NHS. Journal of Medical Ethics, 45:489-496.
Shahvisi, A. (2019). Tropicality and abjection: What do we really mean by “Neglected Tropical Diseases”?. Developing world bioethics.
Shahvisi, A. (2018). Beyond orientalism: exploring the distinctive feminism of democratic confederalism in Rojava. Geopolitics, 1-25.
Shahvisi, A. ““Women’s empowerment,” Imperialism, and the Global Gag Rule” Kohl: A Journal of Body and Gender Research, 2019.
Shahvisi, A. (2019). Medicine is patriarchal, but alternative medicine is not the answer. Journal of bioethical inquiry, 16(1), 99-112.
Shahvisi, A. (2018, July). Hermeneutical injustice and outsourced domestic work. In Women's Studies International Forum (Vol. 69, pp. 18-25). Pergamon.
Shahvisi, A. (2018). Health worker migration and migrant healthcare: Seeking cosmopolitanism in the NHS. Bioethics, 32(6), 334-342.
Shahvisi, A., Meskele, E., & Davey, G. (2018). A human right to shoes? Establishing rights and duties in the prevention and treatment of podoconiosis. Health and human rights, 20(1), 53.
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