Stuff I've been reading (April 2023)

By Os Keyes

Things I finished reading in April 2023:

Books and dissertations

  • Awkward-Rich, Cameron. The Terrible We: Thinking with Trans Maladjustment. Duke University Press, 2022.
  • Berkowitz, Edward D. America’s welfare state. Johns Hopkins University Press, 1991.
  • Bynum, Caroline Walker. Metamorphosis and identity. Zone Books, 2001.
  • Conley, Ronald W. The economics of vocational rehabilitation. Johns Hopkins University Press, 1965.
  • Gray, Herman, and Macarena Gómez-Barris, eds. Toward a Sociology of the Trace. University of Minnesota Press, 2010.
  • Oberlander, Jonathan. The political life of Medicare. University of Chicago Press, 2003.
  • Tessman, Lisa. When doing the right thing is impossible. Oxford University Press, 2017.

Papers and Chapters

  • Berenstain, Nora. “Cis Feminist Moves to Innocence.”. Hypatia (2023).
  • Bowleg, Lisa. “When Black+ lesbian+ woman≠ Black lesbian woman: The methodological challenges of qualitative and quantitative intersectionality research.” Sex roles 59 (2008): 312-325.
  • Bowleg, Lisa. ““Once you’ve blended the cake, you can’t take the parts back to the main ingredients”: Black gay and bisexual men’s descriptions and experiences of intersectionality.” Sex roles 68.11-12 (2013): 754-767.
  • Bullock, Carla G. “Experiencing “epistemic injustice” within transgender healthcare.” Sexuality, Gender & Policy 6.1 (2023): 47-50.
  • Eddy, David M. “What’s going on in Oregon?.” JAMA 266.3 (1991): 417-420.
  • Else-Quest, Nicole M., and Janet Shibley Hyde. “Intersectionality in quantitative psychological research: I. Theoretical and epistemological issues.” Psychology of Women Quarterly 40.2 (2016): 155-170.
  • Else-Quest, Nicole M., and Janet Shibley Hyde. “Intersectionality in quantitative psychological research: II. Methods and techniques.” Psychology of Women Quarterly 40.3 (2016): 319-336.
  • Fox, Daniel M., and Howard M. Leichter. “Rationing care in Oregon: the new accountability.” Health Affairs 10.2 (1991): 7-27.
  • Hahn, Harlan. “Public support for rehabilitation programs: The analysis of US disability policy.” disability, handicap & society 1.2 (1986): 121-137.
  • Harbin, Ami. “Bodily disorientation and moral change.” Hypatia 27.2 (2012): 261-280.
  • Klein, Rudolf. “On the Oregon trail: rationing health care.” BMJ: British Medical Journal 302.6767 (1991): 1.
  • Oberlander, Jonathan, Theodore Marmor, and Lawrence Jacobs. “Rationing medical care: rhetoric and reality in the Oregon Health Plan.” CMAJ 164.11 (2001): 1583-1587.
  • Perry, Seymour. “Assessment and Management of Medical Technology in the United States.” International journal of technology assessment in health care 3.4 (1987): 588-598.
  • Tuck, Eve. “Re-visioning action: Participatory action research and Indigenous theories of change.” The Urban Review 41 (2009): 47-65.
  • Tuck, Eve, and K. Wayne Yang. “R-words: Refusing research.” Humanizing research: Decolonizing qualitative inquiry with youth and communities 223 (2014): 248.
  • Tuck, Eve, and K. Wayne Yang. “Unbecoming claims: Pedagogies of refusal in qualitative research.” Qualitative Inquiry 20.6 (2014): 811-818.
  • Walford, Tone. “Data aesthetics.” Lineages and Advancements in Material Culture Studies. Routledge, 2020. 205-217.