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Temkina, Anna & Rivkin-Fish, Michele R. (2020). Creating Health Care Consumers: The Negotiation of Un/Official Payments, Power and Trust in Russian Maternity Care. Social Theory & Health, 18(4), 340-357.

Rivkin-Fish, Michele R. (2017). Legacies of 1917 in Contemporary Russian Public Health: Addiction, HIV, and Abortion. American Journal of Public Health, 107(11), 1731-1735. PMCID: PMC5637678

Understanding Health Inequalities and Justice: New Conversations across the Disciplines (2016).. Buchbinder, Mara; Rivkin-Fish, Michele R.; & Walker, Rebecca L. (Eds.) (pp. 332). Chapel Hill, N.C.: University of North Carolina Press.

Sakevich, Viktoria I.; Denisov, Boris P.; & Rivkin-Fish, Michele R. (2016). Neposledovatel’naia Politika v Oblasti Kontrolia Rozhdaemosti i Dinamika Urovnia Abortov v Rossii [The Incoherence of Fertility Control Policy and the Dynamics of Abortion in Russia]. Zhurnal Issledovanii Sotsialnoi Politiki [Journal of Social Policy Studies], 14(4), 461-478.

Walker, Rebecca L.; Rivkin-Fish, Michele R.; & Buchbinder, Mara (2016). Introduction.. Buchbinder, Mara; Rivkin-Fish, Michele R.; & Walker, Rebecca L. (Eds.) (pp. 1-30). Chapel Hill, N.C.: University of North Carolina Press.

Rivkin-Fish, Michele R. (2014). Medical Anthropology. New York: Oxford University Press.

Rivkin-Fish, Michele R. (2013). Conceptualizing Feminist Strategies for Russian Reproductive Politics: Abortion, Surrogate Motherhood, and Family Support after Socialism. Signs: Journal of Women in Culture and Society, 38(3), 569-593.

Rivkin-Fish, Michele R. (2013). Rethinking Problems Surrounding Access to Care: The Moral Economies Shaping Health Care Workforces in Russia and the USA.. Watson, Peggy (Ed.) (pp. 40-70). London: Routledge.

Davis, Arlene M.; Rivkin-Fish, Michele R.; & Love, Deborah J. (2012). Addressing “Difficult Patient” Dilemmas: Possible Alternatives to the Mediation Model. American Journal of Bioethics, 12(5), 13-14.

Rivkin-Fish, Michele R. (2011). Health, Gender, and Care Work: Productive Sites for Thinking Anthropologically about the Aftermaths of Socialism. Anthropology of East Europe Review, 29(1), 8-15.