Devin Bowles



BA (Hons) Kenyon College, USA; BSc (Hons) ANU; MA (Hons) ANU


Research interests

The primary topic of my thesis is climate change, violent conflict and health.

I also have interests in:

  • Climate change and health systems
  • Climate change adaptation and health equity
  • Food access and health
  • Indigenous health
  • Conflict and health
  • Mental health/psychology
  • Health and religion


  • BOWLES, D.C. 2016. Climate change-associated conflict and infectious disease In: BOUZID, M(ed.) Examining the role of environmental change on emerging infectious diseases and pandamics. Hershey: IGI Global.
  • BOWLES, D.C. 2015. Climate change and health adaption: Consequences for Indigenous physical and mental health. Annals of Global Helath (
  • BOWLES, D.C., BUTLER, C.D. & MORISETTI, N. 2015. Climate change, conflict and health. Journal of the Royal Society of Medicine, 108(10): 390-395.
  • BOWLES, D.C. 2015. Free policy from the proximate: Expanding the scope of public health practice to match epidemiological insights In: BUTLER, C.D., DIXON, J.M. & CAPON, A.G. (eds.) Health of people, places and planet: Reflections based on AJ (Tony) McMichael's four decades of contribution to epidemiological understanding. Canberra: ANU Press.

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