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Journal Article (4)

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Journal Article
Bochow, Astrid. 2017. Ethics of life in the context of death: the emergence of ethical fields in HIV prevention. Africa 87(3): 554–571.
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Bochow, Astrid. 2015. A future beyond HIV/AIDS?: health as a political commodity in Botswana. Africa Spectrum 50(1): 25–47.
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Bochow, Astrid. 2012. Let's talk about sex: reflections on conversations about love and sexuality in Kumasi and Endwa, Ghana. Culture, Health and Sexuality 14(S1): S15–S26.
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Bochow, Astrid and Rijk Van Dijk. 2012. Christian creations of new spaces of sexuality, reproduction, and relationships in Africa: exploring faith and religious heterotopia. Journal of Religion in Africa 42(4): 325–344.

Book Chapter (8)

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Book Chapter
Bochow, Astrid. 2018. Saving and serving the nation: HIV politics and the emergence of new professional classes in Botswana. In: Lena Kroeker, David O'Kane, and Tabea Scharrer (eds.). Middle classes in Africa: changing lives and conceptual challenges. Frontiers of Globalization. Cham: Palgrave Macmillan, pp. 157–176.
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Book Chapter
Bochow, Astrid. 2017. Understanding childlessness in Botswana: reproduction and Tswana-nization of middle-class identities in the twenty-first century. In: Philip Kraeger and Astrid Bochow (eds.). Fertility, conjuncture, difference: anthropological approaches to the heterogeneity of modern fertility declines. 1. ed. New York; Oxford: Berghahn, pp. 218–246.
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Book Chapter
Kraeger, Philip and Astrid Bochow. 2017. Introduction. In: Philip Kraeger and Astrid Bochow (eds.). Fertility, conjuncture, difference: anthropological approaches to the heterogeneity of modern fertility declines. 1. ed. Fertility, Reproduction and Sexuality 36. New York; Oxford: Berghahn, pp. 1–41.
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Book Chapter
Bochow, Astrid. 2015. Ethics, identities and agency: ART, elites and HIV/AIDS in Botswana. In: Kate Hampshire and Bob Simpson (eds.). Assisted reproductive technologies in the third phase: global encounters and emerging moral worlds. Fertility, Reproduction and Sexuality. New York; Oxford: Berghahn, pp. 135–151.
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Book Chapter
Bochow, Astrid. 2014. The choice of health: Christian family planning among Cosmopolitan educated professionals in time of HIV/AIDS in Botswana. In: Nadine Beckmann, Alessandro Gusman, and Rijk van Dijk (eds.). Strings attached: AIDS and the rise of transnational connections in Africa. 1. ed. Proceedings of the British Academy 194. Oxford: Oxford University Press, pp. 245–267.
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Book Chapter
Bochow, Astrid. 2012. Quest for conception in times of HIV/AIDS: (in)fertility care in Botswana. In: T. Gerrits, W. Ombelet, F. van Balen, and S. Vanderpoel (eds.). Biomedical infertility care in poor resource countries: barriers, access and ethics. Facts, Views & Vision in Obgyn. Wetteren: Universa, pp. 81–86.
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Book Chapter
Bochow, Astrid. 2012. Marriages and mobility in Akan societies: disconnections and connections over time and space. In: Mirjam De Bruyn and Rijk Van Dijk (eds.). The social life of connectivity in Africa. New York: Palgrave Macmillan, pp. 123–139.
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Book Chapter
Alber, Erdmute and Astrid Bochow. 2011. Changes in African families: a review of anthropological and sociological approaches toward family and kinship in Africa. In: Ana Marta González, Laurie Fields DeRose, and Florence Oloo (eds.). Frontiers of globalization: kinship and family structures in Africa. Trenton: Africa World Press, pp. 1–30.

Issue (1)

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Issue
Bochow, Astrid and Rijk Van Dijk (eds.). 2012. Christian creations of new spaces of sexuality, reproduction, and relationships in Africa: exploring faith and religious heterotopia. Journal of Religion in Africa 42(4).

Collected Edition (1)

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Collected Edition
Kreager, Philip and Astrid Bochow (eds.). 2017. Fertility, conjuncture, difference: anthropological approaches to the heterogeneity of modern fertility declines. 1. ed. Fertility, Reproduction and Sexuality 36. New York; Oxford: Berghahn.

Monograph (1)

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Monograph
Bochow, Astrid. 2010. Intimität und Sexualität vor der Ehe: Gespräche über Ungesagtes in Kumasi und Endwa, Ghana. Beiträge zur Afrikaforschung 44. Münster: LIT.
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