The following publications are based in whole or in part on Cascadia Seminar presentations:
2016 Religious Gardens, Pilgrimages And Dancing: A Critique Of Translated Interventions In A Tribal Community. In The Applied Anthropology Of Obesity: Prevention, Intervention And Identity. Chad T. Morris and Alexandra G. Lancey, eds. Pp.121-140. Lanham: Lexington Books.
2016 Scripting Dissent: US Abortion Laws, Medicine, and the Politics of Scripted Speech. American Anthropologist 118(4): 772-783. 2016 Prefacing the Script” as an ethical response to state-mandated abortion counseling. AJOB Empirical Bioethics 7(1): 48-55.
Chen, Junjie .
2012 Globalizing, reproducing, and civilizing rural subjects: Population control policy and constructions ofrural identity in China. In Reproduction, Globalization, and the State. New Theoretical and Ethnographic Perspectives. Carole H. Browner and Carolyn F. Sargent, eds. Pp. 38-52. Durham: Duke University Press.
2014 Imagining ‘Atlanta’: The Cultural Politics and Poetics of Experimental Medicine in East Africa. Cultural Studies Review 20(1): 277-301.
2014 The Protected Lab: Securitization and spaces of exclusion in medical research in East Africa. Medicine Anthropology Theory 1(1): 81-113.
2017 Resisting decay: On disposal, valuation, and care in a dementia nursing home in Denmark. Social Science & Medicine 184: 116- 123.
2012 The Social Life of Psychiatric Practice: Trauma in Postwar Kosova. Medical Anthropology 31(3): 266-282.
2013 The Epigenome and Nature/Nurture Reunification: A Challenge for Anthropology. Medical Anthropology 32(4): 291-308.
Lorway, Robert and Shamshad Khan
2014 Reassembling epidemiology: Mapping, monitoring and making-up people in the context of HIV prevention in India. Social Science & Medicine 112: 51-62.
2014 Knowing Patients: Turning Patient Knowledge into Science. Science, Technology, & Human Values 39(1): 73-97.
Pols, Jeannette and Maartje Hoogsteyns
2016 Shaping the subject of incontinence. Relating experience to knowledge. European Journal of Disability Research 10(1): 40-53.
2017 Lived religion as reproductive decision-making resource among Romanian women who use abortion as contraception. Journal of Religion and Health: 1-11.
2016 Enveloped Lives: Practicing Health and Care in Lithuania. Medical Anthropology Quarterly 30(4): 582-598.
Rogers-Brown, Jennifer, Christine Shearer, and Barbara Harthorn
201 1 From Biotech to Nanotech: Public Debates about Technological Modification of Food. Environmen and Society: Advances in Research 2(1): 149-169.
Ruthven, Jessica S.
2017 Affect and the “Really Real”: The Politics of HIV/AIDS Framing in South African Theater. Medical Anthropology 36(8): 729- 743.
Soffer, Ann Katrine B.
2015 Replacing and representing patients: Professional feelings and plastic body replicas in nursing education. Emotion, Space, and Society 16: 11-18.
Svendsen, Mette Nordahl
2015 Selective Reproduction: Social and Temporal Imaginaries for Negotiating the Value of Life in Human and Animal Neonates. Medical Anthropology Quarterly 29(2): 178-195.
van Eijk, Marieke
2017 Insuring Care: Paperwork, Insurance Rules, and Clinical Labor at a U.S. Transgender Clinic. Culture Medicine, and Psychiatry: 1- 19.
Yarris, Kristin Elizabeth
2017 Care Across Generations: Solidarity and Sacrifice in Transnational Families. Stanford: Stanford University Press.
2017 Sacrifice or Abandonment? Nicaraguan Grandmothers’ Narratives of Migration as Kin-Work. In Transnational Aging and Reconfigurations of Kin-Work. Parin Dossa and Cati Coe, eds. Pp. 61-84. New Brunswick: Rutgers University Press.
2015 Intervals of confidence: Uncertain accounts of global hunger. Biosocieties 10(2): 229-246.