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Pinto-García, Lina. “Military Dogs and Their Soldier Companions: The More-than-Human Biopolitics of Leishmaniasis in Conflict-Torn Colombia.” Medical Anthropology Quarterly 0 (0).

Pinto-García, L. 2021. “Poisonously single-minded: Public health implications of the pharmaceuticalization of leishmaniasis in Colombia.” Critical Public Health, 0(0), 1–11.

Lyons, K., Pinto-García, L., and Ruiz Serna, D. 2019. “Hacia una comprensión del conflicto y la paz en Colombia más allá de lo humano.” Maguaré 33 (2): 15–22.           

Pinto García, L. 2019. “Disentangling war and disease in post-conflict Colombia beyond technoscientific peacemaking.” Tapuya: Latin American Science, Technology and Society 0(0): 1–18.


Pinto García, L. 2014. “Persuasive Science, Misleading Violence Epidemiological Views on Homicides in Cali, Colombia”. Eä journal. 6(2): 57-75.


Pinto-Garcia L, Efferth T, Torres A, Hoheisel JD, Youns M. 2010. “Berberine inhibits cell growth and mediates caspase-independent cell death in human pancreatic cancer cells”. Planta Med. 76(11): 1155-61.


Pinto García, L. 2020. “Prosthethic Inclusions.” Review on Bodies at War, a film by Emily Cohen. Society for Cultural Anthropology, Visual and New Media Review. Available here in English and Spanish.

Pinto García, L. 2017. Book review on Bioinsecurities, by Neel Ahuja. Tecnoscienza. 8(1): 148–150.


Pinto García, L. 2016. "Violencias Más Allá de la Guerra: Una Reseña de la Novela Gráfica Caminos Condenados". Centre for Imaginative Ethnography. Available here in English and Spanish.


Pinto García, L. 2016. “A house-to-house ethnography of dengue in Nicaragua”. Science as Culture. 25 (3): 356-360.

Non-peer reviewed publications

2021. Pinto-García, Lina. “Sin vacunas y sin información: El caso de las mujeres embarazadas en la pandemia” [Without vaccines and without information: The case of pregnant women in the pandemic]. Boletina Escuela de Género Universidad Nacional. Available here

2019. Pinto-García, L. 2019. “Leishmaniacs in White Coats and Camouflage Uniforms.” InfoLeish. Available here in English, Spanish, and Portuguese.  

Pinto-García, Lina, and María Isabel Irurita Muñoz. 2018. “Comprehensive Health Approach for Chagas Disease in Comapa (Jutiapa, Guatemala).” In Social Innovation in Health Initiative Case Collection. Geneva: WHO.

Irurita Muñoz, María Isabel, and Lina Pinto-García. 2018. “Eco-Health Approach to Fight Chagas Disease in Comapa (Jutiapa, Guatemala).” In Social Innovation in Health Initiative Case Collection. Geneva: WHO.

Castro-Arroyave, Diana María, and Lina Pinto-García. “Mosquitiamed: Shortening Distances through Telemedicine in Honduras.” In Social Innovation in Health Initiative Case Collection. Geneva: WHO.


Pinto García. L. 2015. “Stefano Tijerina: The image of Canada as a benevolent, diplomatic, humanitarian and pacifist nation is now at risk”. Canada Watch. Available here.  


Scholarly blogging

López-Herazo, Luis A., and Lina Pinto-García. 2021. “Turn Off the Hunger, But Not the                   Pots!” Society for Cultural Anthropology. Fieldsights (blog).

Pinto-García, Lina. 2021. “Resisting Psychiatric Temporalities in ‘Post’-Conflict Colombia.” Anthropology News (blog). Arpil 1, 2021. Also available in Spanish.

Pinto-García, Lina, and Omar Dewachi. 2021. “Writing Life No. 7: An Interview with Omar Dewachi.” Somatosphere (blog).

Pinto-García, Lina. 2020. “Construir paz desde las artes: en busca de un campo de conocimiento y de práctica” [Building peace through arts: in search of a field of knowledge and practice]. Caleidoscopio, the blog of Fundación Prolongar (blog). November 3, 2020.

Ojeda, Diana, and Lina Pinto-García. 2020. “The Militarization of Life under War, ‘Post-Conflict,’ and the COVID-19 Crisis.” Platypus, the CASTAC Blog (blog). April 6, 2020. Also available in Spanish.

Pinto-García, Lina. 2019. “Weaponized Flies.” Centre for Imaginative Ethnography (blog). July 18, 2019. Also available in Spanish.

Pinto-García, Lina. 2018. “Tweaking Narratives of War.” Platypus, the CASTAC Blog (blog). December 4, 2018. Also available in Spanish.

Pinto-García, Lina. 2016. “No se puede hablar de una ciencia para la paz sin saber qué ciencia se ha hecho en tiempos de guerra” [One cannot speak about a science for peace without knowing what science has been done in wartime]. Backchannels, the blog of the Society for Social Studies of Science (4S) (blog). June 20, 2016.


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