Stuff I've been reading (December 2023)

By Os Keyes

Things I finished reading in December 2023:

Books and dissertations

  • Breithaupt, Fritz. The dark sides of empathy. Cornell University Press, 2019.
  • Brown, Wendy. Nihilistic times: thinking with Max Weber. Vol. 9. Harvard University Press, 2023.
  • Davis, Jade E. The Other Side of Empathy. Duke University Press, 2023.
  • Eichhorn, Kate. The archival turn in feminism: Outrage in order. Temple University Press, 2013.
  • Leder, Drew. The distressed body: rethinking illness, imprisonment, and healing. University of Chicago Press, 2019.

Papers and Chapters

  • Athanasiadou, Catherine, and Andrea Halewood. “A grounded theory exploration of therapists’ experiences of somatic phenomena in the countertransference.” European Journal of Psychotherapy & Counselling 13.3 (2011): 247-262.
  • Crooks, Roderic. “Seeking Liberation: Surveillance, Datafication, and Race.” Surveillance & Society 20.4 (2022): 413-419.
  • Kincaid, Harold. “Reduction, explanation, and individualism.” Philosophy of Science 53.4 (1986): 492-513.
  • Kirk, Stuart A., and Herb Kutchins. “Deliberate misdiagnosis in mental health practice.” Social Service Review 62.2 (1988): 225-237.
  • Lea, Andrew S. “Dissecting Data: History of Data as History of the Body.” IEEE Annals of the History of Computing 45.04 (2023): 104-106.
  • Saunders, Benjamin, et al. “Saturation in qualitative research: exploring its conceptualization and operationalization.” Quality & quantity 52 (2018): 1893-1907.
  • Turner, Bryan S. “Max Weber and the tragedy of politics: Reflections on unintended consequences of action.” Journal of Classical Sociology 19.4 (2019): 377-390.