Elizabeth F. Hall

Elizabeth F. Hall is an independent scholar. She is a public health physician and epidemiologist and has worked in clinical, policy, and academic settings in the UK, Ireland, and Canada. Her current research draws on the anthropology of knowledge and science studies. It focuses on knowledge problems that accompany policy-relevant scientific knowledges: interdisciplinarity, accountability, and reproducibility. Recent publications include (with Todd Sanders) “Accountability and the Academy: Producing Knowledge about the Human Dimensions of Climate Change,” which the British Sociological Association awarded second prize for the best sociological article published on climate change in 2015.

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