Arianne Shahvisi
Arianne Shahvisi
Senior Lecturer in Ethics, Brighton & Sussex Medical School
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Fiber based optical trapping of aerosols
D Rudd, C Lopez-Mariscal, M Summers, A Shahvisi, JC Gutiérrez-Vega, ...
Optics express 16 (19), 14550-14560, 2008
The Law and Ethics of Female Genital Cutting
A Shahvisi, BD Earp
Female genital cosmetic surgery: Solution to what problem?, 58, 2019
Beyond orientalism: Exploring the distinctive feminism of democratic confederalism in Rojava
A Shahvisi
Geopolitics 26 (4), 998-1022, 2021
Why UK doctors should be troubled by female genital mutilation legislation
A Shahvisi
Clinical Ethics 12 (2), 102-108, 2017
A new Tuskegee? Unethical human experimentation and Western neocolonialism in the mass circumcision of African men
M Fish, A Shahvisi, T Gwaambuka, GB Tangwa, D Ncayiyana, BD Earp
Developing World Bioethics 21 (4), 211-226, 2021
Austerity or xenophobia? The causes and costs of the “hostile environment” in the NHS
A Shahvisi
Health Care Analysis 27 (3), 202-219, 2019
Engendering harm: a critique of sex selection for “family balancing”
A Shahvisi
Journal of Bioethical Inquiry 15 (1), 123-137, 2018
Cutting slack and cutting corners: an ethical and pragmatic response to Arora and Jacobs’‘Female genital alteration: a compromise solution’
A Shahvisi
Journal of Medical Ethics 42 (3), 156-157, 2016
Medicine is Patriarchal, but alternative medicine is not the answer
A Shahvisi
Journal of bioethical inquiry 16 (1), 99-112, 2019
The need for a unified ethical stance on child genital cutting
BD Earp, A Shahvisi, S Reis-Dennis, E Reis
Nursing ethics 28 (7-8), 1294-1305, 2021
‘Women’s Empowerment,’Imperialism, and the Global Gag Rule
A Shahvisi
Kohl 4 (2), 173-84, 2018
No understanding, no consent: the case against alternative medicine
A Shahvisi
Bioethics 30 (2), 69-76, 2016
Health worker migration and migrant healthcare: Seeking cosmopolitanism in the NHS
A Shahvisi
Bioethics 32 (6), 334-342, 2018
Hermeneutical injustice and outsourced domestic work
A Shahvisi
Women's Studies International Forum 69, 18-25, 2018
A human right to shoes? Establishing rights and duties in the prevention and treatment of podoconiosis
A Shahvisi, E Meskele, G Davey
Health and Human Rights 20 (1), 53, 2018
Tropicality and abjection: What do we really mean by “Neglected Tropical Diseases”?
A Shahvisi
Developing world bioethics 19 (4), 224-234, 2019
Why it is unethical to charge migrant women for pregnancy care in the National Health Service
A Shahvisi, F Finnerty
Journal of Medical Ethics 45 (8), 489-496, 2019
Epistemic injustice in the academy: an analysis of the Saida Grundy witch-hunt
A Shahvisi
Academe Blog 20, 2015
Nesting behaviours during pregnancy: Biological instinct, or another way of gendering housework?
A Shahvisi
Women's Studies International Forum 78, 102329, 2020
Impacts of the Global Gag Rule on sexual and reproductive health and rights in the Global South: A scoping review
S Lane, S Ayeb-Karlsson, A Shahvisi
Global Public Health 16 (12), 1804-1819, 2021
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