Stuff I've been reading (June 2022)

By Os Keyes

Things I finished reading in June 2022:

Books and dissertations

  • Cavalcante, Andre. Struggling for ordinary: Media and transgender belonging in everyday life. Vol. 1. NYU Press, 2018.
  • Currah, Paisley. Sex is as Sex Does: Governing Transgender Identity. NYU Press, 2022.
  • Daston, Lorraine. Against nature. Vol. 17. MIT Press, 2019.
  • Douglas, Mary, and Aaron Wildavsky. Risk and culture: An essay on the selection of technological and environmental dangers. University of California Press, 1983.
  • Douglas, Mary. Purity and danger: An analysis of concepts of pollution and taboo. Routledge, 2003.
  • Eder, Sandra. How the Clinic Made Gender: The Medical History of a Transformative Idea. University of Chicago Press, 2022.
  • Feinberg, Leslie. Trans liberation: Beyond pink or blue. Beacon Press, 1999.
  • Fisher, Jill A. Adverse events: race, inequality, and the testing of new pharmaceuticals. NYU Press, 2020.
  • Fox, Renee. C. Experiment perilous: Physicians and patients facing the unknown. Transactions Press, 1998.
  • Frank, Arthur W. The wounded storyteller: Body, illness, and ethics. University of Chicago Press, 2013.
  • Lev, Arlene Istar. Transgender emergence: Therapeutic guidelines for working with gender-variant people and their families. Routledge, 2013.
  • Lewis, Carolyn Herbst. Prescription for heterosexuality: Sexual citizenship in the cold war era. University of North Carolina Press, 2010.
  • Nash, Catherine Jean, and Kath Browne. Heteroactivism: Resisting lesbian, gay, bisexual and trans rights and equalities. Bloomsbury Publishing, 2020.
  • Nelson, Hilde Lindemann. Meaning and medicine: a reader in the philosophy of health care. Routledge, 2013.
  • Peiss, Kathy Lee, Christina Simmons, and Robert A. Padgug, eds. Passion and power: Sexuality in history. Temple University Press, 1989.
  • Pressman, Jack D. Last resort: psychosurgery and the limits of medicine. Cambridge University Press, 2002.
  • Shildrick, Margrit, and Janet Price, eds. Vital Signs: Texts, Bodies and Biomedicine. Edinburgh Univsity. Press, 1998.
  • Shildrick, Margrit. Embodying the Monster: Encounters with the Vulnerable Self. Sage, 2002.
  • Terry, Jennifer, and Jacqueline L. Urla, eds. Deviant bodies: Critical perspectives on difference in science and popular culture. Indiana University Press, 1995.

Papers and Chapters

  • Bell, Susan E. “A new model of medical technology development: A case study of DES.” Research in the sociology of health care 4 (1986): 1-32.
  • Berwick, Donald M. “Broadening the view of evidence-based medicine.” BMJ Quality & Safety 14.5 (2005): 315-316.
  • Brives, Charlotte, Frédéric Le Marcis, and Emilia Sanabria. “What’s in a context? Tenses and tensions in evidence-based medicine.” Medical Anthropology 35.5 (2016): 369-376.
  • Dwyer-Hemmings, Louis. “‘A wicked operation’? Tonsillectomy in twentieth-century Britain.” Medical History 62.2 (2018): 217-241.
  • Gordon, Deborah R. “Clinical science and clinical expertise: Changing boundaries between art and science in medicine.” In Biomedicine examined. Springer, Dordrecht, 1988. 257-295.
  • Halpern, Jodi. “Empathy and patient–physician conflicts.” Journal of general internal medicine 22.5 (2007): 696-700.
  • Hunter, Kathryn Montgomery. “” There was this one guy…”: the uses of anecdotes in medicine.” Perspectives in Biology and medicine 29.4 (1986): 619-630.
  • Liebenau, Jonathan M. “Medicine and technology.” Perspectives in biology and medicine 27.1 (1983): 76-92.
  • McDonald, Ruth, et al. “Competing and coexisting logics in the changing field of English general medical practice.” Social Science & Medicine 93 (2013): 47-54.
  • Riseman, Noah. “Transgender Activism and Anti-Discrimination Reform in 1990s New South Wales and Victoria.” Journal of Australian Studies (2022): 1-18.
  • Rowland, R. “Integrity and rights to gender-affirming healthcare.” Journal of Medical Ethics (2021).
  • Russell, Louise B. “The diffusion of new hospital technologies in the United States.” International Journal of Health Services 6.4 (1976): 557-580.
  • Scott, Susie. “Social nothingness: A phenomenological investigation.” European Journal of Social Theory 25.2 (2022): 197-216.
  • Shuster, Stef M., and Laurel Westbrook. “Reducing the Joy Deficit in Sociology: A Study of Transgender Joy.” Social Problems (2022).
  • Smajdor, Anna, Andrea Stöckl, and Charlotte Salter. “The limits of empathy: problems in medical education and practice.” Journal of medical ethics 37.6 (2011): 380-383.
  • Stephano, Oli. “Irreducibility and (trans) sexual difference.” Hypatia 34.1 (2019): 141-154.
  • Throop, C. Jason. “Latitudes of loss: On the vicissitudes of empathy.” American Ethnologist 37.4 (2010): 771-782.
  • Wang, Thelma. “Trans as Brain Intersex: The Trans-Intersex Nexus in Neurobiological Research.” Transgender Studies Quarterly 9.2 (2022): 172-183.
  • Yusin, Jennifer. “On Making a Knowledge of Body: Joy and Justice in Intersex and Trans Experiences.” Transgender Studies Quarterly 9.2 (2022): 211-221.
  • Zetka Jr, James R. “Radical logics and their carriers in medicine: The case of psychopathology and American obstetricians and gynecologists.” Social problems 55.1 (2008): 95-116.