Makoto Nishi

  Graduate School of Humanities and Social Sciences, Hiroshima University
Research Fields I am interested in how health care policy in Africa is related to people’s quality of life and experience of sickness. I have studied the development of universal health care in Africa and anti-HIV treatment systems in Ethiopia. I have recently become interested in the lives of people living with epilepsy and their families.
Main Works
  • Nishi, Makoto. 2015. “Reconsidering Therapeutic Citizenship in the Era of Universal Treatment: (Dis)connectedness and (Non)transformation among the HIV-positive People in Ethiopia.” Presentation at the Minpaku Project Meeting: How Do Biomedicines Shape Life, Sociality and Landscape in Africa?, National Museum of Ethnology, Suita, Japan, September 25–27, 2015.
  • Nishi, Makoto. 2014. “Care, Voice, and Womanhood: Narrative of an Ethiopian Woman with HIV.” Paper Presented at the 57th Annual Meeting of the African Studies Association, JW Marriott Indianapolis Hotel, Indianapolis, USA, November 20–23, 2014.
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