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Contested evolution of nutrition for humanitarian and development ends

Working paper

Susanne Jaspars, Tom Scott-Smith and Elizabeth Hull, (2018), RSC Working Paper Series, 125

A slightly better shelter?

Journal article

Tom Scott-Smith, (2017), Limn, 9

The humanitarian-architect divide

Forced Migration Review

Tom Scott-Smith, (2017), Forced Migration Review, 55, 67 - 68

Humanitarian dilemmas in a mobile world

Journal article

Tom Scott-Smith, (2016), Refugee Survey Quarterly, 35 (2)

Control and biopower in contemporary humanitarian aid: the case of supplementary feeding

Journal article

Tom Scott-Smith, (2015), Journal of Refugee Studies, 28 (1), 21 - 37

How projects rise and fall: the lifecycle of a dietary modernisation scheme

Journal article

Tom Scott-Smith, (2014), Development in Practice, 24 (7), 785 - 796

Book Review: Life in Crisis: The ethical journey of Doctors Without Borders

Book review

Tom Scott-Smith, (2013), Journal of Refugee Studies, 26 (2), 319 - 321

Insulating the developing classes


Tom Scott-Smith, (2013), In: Wallace, T., Porter, F. (eds) Aid, NGOs and the Realities of Women's Lives: A Perfect Storm

Forced Migration Review (FMR)

Forced Migration Review presents concise, accessible articles on forced migration in a magazine format.

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Journal of Refugee Studies (JRS)

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Studies in Forced Migration

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