Stuff I've been reading (March 2023)

By Os Keyes

Things I finished reading in March 2023:

Books and dissertations

  • Barton, Lorna C. An oral history of American trans lives from the 1950s to present. University of Strathclyde, 2020.
  • Cooper, Melinda. Family values: Between neoliberalism and the new social conservatism. MIT Press, 2017.
  • Galison, Peter. How Experiments End. University of Chicago Press, 1987.
  • Hoffman, Beatrix. Health care for some: rights and rationing in the United States since 1930. University of Chicago Press, 2012.
  • Kourany, Janet A. Philosophy of science after feminism. Oxford University Press, USA, 2010.
  • Lara, Maria Pia. Moral textures: Feminist narratives in the public sphere. University of California Press, 1998.
  • Rappaport, Joanne. Cowards don’t make history: Orlando Fals Borda and the origins of participatory action research. Duke University Press, 2020.
  • Rehg, William, and James Bohman, eds. Pluralism and the pragmatic turn: The transformation of critical theory, essays in honor of Thomas McCarthy. MIT Press, 2001.
  • Skocpol, Theda. Boomerang: Health care reform and the turn against government. WW Norton & Company, 1997.
  • Starr, Paul. The logic of health-care reform. Grand Rounds Press, 1992.
  • Stein, Arlene. The Stranger Next Door: The Story of a Small Community’s Battle over Sex, Faith, and Civil Rights; Or, How the Right Divides Us. Beacon Press, 2022.
  • Strauss, Anselm L. Psychiatric ideologies and institutions. Free Press, 1964.
  • Ward, Jane. Not gay: Sex between straight white men. Vol. 19. NYU Press,

Papers and Chapters

  • Benmayor, Rina. “Digital testimonio as a signature pedagogy for Latin@ studies.” Equity & Excellence in Education 45.3 (2012): 507-524.
  • Carino, Tanisha, et al. “Medicare’s coverage of colorectal cancer drugs: a case study in evidence development and policy.” Health Affairs 25.5 (2006): 1231-1239.
  • Castañeda, Claudia. “Developing gender: The medical treatment of transgender young people.” Social Science & Medicine 143 (2015): 262-270.
  • Cho, Alexander, et al. “The” Comadre” Project: An Asset-Based Design Approach to Connecting Low-Income Latinx Families to Out-of-School Learning Opportunities.” Proceedings of the 2019 CHI conference on human factors in computing systems. 2019.
  • Delgado Bernal, Dolores, Rebeca Burciaga, and Judith Flores Carmona. “Chicana/Latina testimonios: Mapping the methodological, pedagogical, and political.” Equity & excellence in education 45.3 (2012): 363-372.
  • Ergina, Patrick L., et al. “Challenges in evaluating surgical innovation.” The Lancet 374.9695.
  • Griffiths, David Andrew. “Diagnosing sex: Intersex surgery and ‘sex change’in Britain 1930–1955.” Sexualities 21.3 (2018): 476-495.
  • Horton, Cal. ““It felt like they were trying to destabilise us”: Parent assessment in UK children’s gender services.” International Journal of Transgender Health 24.1 (2023): 70-85.
  • Lambert, Virginia. “Gender dysphoria and the medicalisation of distress.” New Zealand Sociology 38.1 (2023): 56-67.
  • Lancaster, Kari. “Confidentiality, anonymity and power relations in elite interviewing: conducting qualitative policy research in a politicised domain.” International Journal of Social Research Methodology 20.1 (2017): 93-103.
  • Mills, Mara. “Deaf jam: From inscription to reproduction to information.” Social Text 28.1 (2010): 35-58.
  • Miseo, Mel Constantine. “Grieving the Transgender (Assumed-Cisgender) Child: What Gendered Mourning Among Midwestern Parents Tells Us About Familial Cisnormativity and Creating Livable Trans Futures.” Bulletin of Applied Transgender Studies 1.3-4 (2022): 211-233.
  • Mitchell, Matthew. “Ontological Governance: Gender, Hormones, and the Legal Regulation of Transgender Young People.” Feminist Legal Studies (2023): 1-25.
  • Pyne, Jake. “The governance of gender non-conforming children: A dangerous enclosure.” Annual Review of Critical Psychology 11 (2014): 79-96.
  • Rabeharisoa, Vololona, Tiago Moreira, and Madeleine Akrich. “Evidence-based activism: Patients’, users’ and activists’ groups in knowledge society.” BioSocieties 9 (2014): 111-128.
  • Reyes, Kathryn Blackmer, and Julia E. Curry Rodríguez. “Testimonio: Origins, terms, and resources.” Equity & Excellence in Education 45.3 (2012): 525-538.
  • Wall, Catherine SJ, Alison J. Patev, and Eric G. Benotsch. “Trans broken arm syndrome: A mixed-methods exploration of gender-related medical misattribution and invasive questioning.” Social Science & Medicine (2023): 115748.