Peer-reviewed articles and book chapters

Below is a selection of peer-reviewed publications from MUSTS researchers (from 2011 onwards). For a complete list of works, you can also check the PURE system at Maastricht University Library.

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2019

Bijsterveld, K. (2019). Local Eardonances: Raymond Murray Schafer’s Contribution to the History and Present-Day Practice of Noise Abatement. In M. Droumeva, & R. Jordan (Eds.), Sound, Media, Ecology (pp. 65-84). Palgrave Macmillan.

Braun, M., & Meacham, D. (2019). The trust game: CRISPR for human germline editing unsettles scientists and society. Embo Reports, 20(2). https://doi.org/10.15252/embr.201847583

Braun, M., & Meacham, D. (2019). UN could lead debate on gene editing. Nature, 565(7741), 567-567. https://doi.org/10.1038/d41586-019-00324-5

Bruyninckx, J. (2019). For Conservation, Broadcasting and Science. Consolidating a British Library of Wildlife Sounds. Technology and Culture, 60(2S), S188-S215. https://doi.org/10.1353/tech.2019.0068

Cressman, D. (2019). Disruptive innovation & the idea of technology. NOvation: Critical Studies of Innovation, 1(1), 17-39.

Dupré, S., & Somsen, G. (2019). The History of Knowledge and the Future of Knowledge Societies. Berichte zur Wissenschaftsgeschichte, 42(2-3), 186-199. https://doi.org/10.1002/bewi.201900006

Gabriels, K. (2019). Response to “uncertainty in emotion recognition”. Journal of Information, Communication and Ethics in Society, 17(3), 295-298. https://doi.org/10.1108/JICES-07-2019-0072

Gabriels, K., & Coeckelbergh, M. (2019). ‘Technologies of the self and other’: how self-tracking technologies also shape the other. Journal of Information, Communication and Ethics in Society, 17(2), 119-127. https://doi.org/10.1108/JICES-12-2018-0094

Gabriels, K. (2019). Do Robot Designers Have Prejudices? In A. Jacobs, L. Tytgat, M. Maus, R. Meeusen, & B. Vanderborght (Eds.), Homo Roboticus (pp. 83-90). VUBPress.

Gabriels, K. (2019). Hebben robotontwerpers vooroordelen? In A. Jacobs, L. Tytgat, M. Maus, R. Meeusen, & B. Vanderborght (Eds.), Homo Roboticus (pp. 83-90). VUBPress.

Gregory, K., Groth, P., Cousijn, H., Scharnhorst, A., & Wyatt, S. (2019). Searching Data: A Review of Observational Data Retrieval Practices in Selected Disciplines. Journal of the Association for Information Science and Technology, 70(5), 419-432. https://doi.org/10.1002/asi.24165

Harris, A., Wojcik, A., & Allison, R. (2019). How to make an omelette: A sensory experiment in team ethnography. Qualitative Research. Advanced online publication. https://doi.org/10.1177/1468794119890543

Henwood, F., & Wyatt, S. (2019). Technology and In/equality, Questioning the Information Society: (Almost) 20 Years Later. Digital Culture & Society, 5(1), 183-194. https://doi.org/10.14361/dcs-2019-0111

Holtkamp, F. C., Wouters, E. J. M., & Verkerk, M. J. (2019). Understanding user practices when drawing up requirements: The case of designing assistive devices for mobility. International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health, 16(3), 318. https://doi.org/10.3390/ijerph16030318

Homburg, & E. Vaupel (Eds.), Hazardous Chemicals: Agents of Risk and Change, 1800-2000. Berghahn Books.

Huisman, F. (2019). Creating reflective citizen-physicians: Teaching medical history to medical students. In S. Jülich, & S. Widmalm (Eds.), Communicating the history of medicine. Manchester University Press. https://doi.org/10.7765/9781526142474.00008

Jacobs, A. (2019). Sound in Amsterdam during the late nineteenth and early twentieth centuries. International Journal for History, Culture and Modernity, 7(none). https://doi.org/10.18352/hcm.571

Lachmund, J. (2019). Die Formierung einer Oekologie der Stadt: biologische Expertise und Biotopschutzplanung in West-Berlin. In M. Kurath, & R. Bürgin (Eds.), Planung ist Unsichtbar: Stadtplanung zwischen relationaler Designtheorie und Akteur-Netzwerk-Theory (pp. 159-184). Transcript Verlag.

Lachmund, J. (2019). Regimes of Urban Nature: Organic Urbanism, Biotope Protection, and Civic Gardening in Berlin. In S. Sörlin, & H. Ernston (Eds.), Grounding Urban Natures: Histories and futures of urban ecologies (pp. 247-276). MIT Press.

Kent, J., & Meacham, D. (2019). ‘Synthetic Blood’: Entangling Politics and Biology. Body & Society, 25(2), 28-55. https://doi.org/10.1177/1357034X18822076

Mesman, J., Walsh, K., Kinsman, L., Ford, K., & Bywaters, D. (2019). Blending video-reflexive ethnography with solution-focused approach: a strengths-based approach to practice improvement in healthcare. International Journal of Qualitative Methods, 18, 1-10. https://doi.org/10.1177/1609406919875277  

Mody, C. C. M. (2019). History of Engineering (and Some of Its Uses). Engineering Studies, 11(2), 77-82. https://doi.org/10.1080/19378629.2019.1656856 

Mody, C. C. M. (2019). ‘A Competence Which Should Be Used:’ NASA, Social Movements, and Social Problems in the 1970s. In B. C. Odom, & S. P. Waring (Eds.), NASA in the ‘Long’ Civil Rights Movement (pp. 183-205). University Press of Florida.

Nott, J. (2019). “No one may starve in the British Empire”: kwashiorkor, protein and the politics of nutrition between Britain and Africa. Social History of Medicine. Advanced online publication.  https://doi.org/10.1093/shm/hkz107

Oosterhuis, H. (2019). Albert Moll’s Ambivalence about Homosexuality and His Marginalization as a Sexual Pioneer. Journal of the History of Sexuality, 28(1), 1-43. https://doi.org/10.7560/JHS28101

Oosterhuis, H. (2019). Entrenched Habit or Fringe Mode: Comparing National Bicycle Policies, Cultures and Histories. In T. Männistö-Funk, & T. Myllyntaus (Eds.), Invisible Bicycle: Parallel Histories and Different Timelines (pp. 48-97). Brill. https://doi.org/10.1163/9789004289970

Pasveer, B. (2019). Deadlines: doing times in Dutch hospice. Mortality, 24(3), 319-332. https://doi.org/10.1080/13576275.2018.1461817

Peters, P., Borgdorff, H., & Pinch, T. J. (Eds.) (2019). Dialogues Between Artistic Research and Science and Technology Studies (1st ed.). Taylor & Francis/Routledge.

Somsen, G., & Nieuwland, I. (2019). A New Beginning comes to an end: Studium, 2008-2019. Studium. Tijdschrift voor Wetenschaps- en Universiteitsgeschiedenis. Revue d’Histoire des Sciences et de Universités, 12(4), 226-232. https://doi.org/10.18352/studium.10208

Somsen, G., & Nieuwland, I. (2019). Introduction: From Janus to Studium, and beyond: a comparative anatomy of history of science journals in the low countries. Studium. Tijdschrift voor Wetenschaps- en Universiteitsgeschiedenis. Revue d’Histoire des Sciences et de Universités, 12(4), 153-154. https://doi.org/10.18352/studium.10198

Spronck, V. (2019). Drawing Instruments drawing instruments: Over tekenen als methode voor reflectie. FORUM+: for research and arts, 26(1), 4-13.

Spronck, V. (2019). A Laboratory for Performance Practice: The Case of MusicExperiment21. In P. De Assis, & L. D’Errico (Eds.), Artistic Research: Charting a Field in Expansion (pp. 192-201). Rowman & Littlefield.

Stoffers, M. (2019). Modernizing the Bicycle: The International Human-Powered Vehicle Movement and the “Bicycle Renaissance” since the 1970s. In T. Männistö-Funk, & T. Myllyntaus (Eds.), Invisible Bicycle: Parallel Histories and Different Timelines (pp. 180-214). Brill. https://doi.org/10.1163/9789004289970_008

Swierstra , T., Pérez, E., & Efstathiou, S. (2019). Getting our hands dirty with technology. Peripeti, 16, 104-121

van de Werff, T., & Pasmans, I. (2019). Music in the Making: experimenting with an open and collaborative learning environment. In S. Gies, & J. Helge Sætre (Eds.), Becoming musicians. Student involvement and teacher collaboration in higher music education (pp. 305-328). Norwegian Academy of Music.

Wachelder, J. (2019). Regeneration: Generations Remediated. Time & Society, 28(3), 883-903. https://doi.org/10.1177/0961463X16678253

Wyatt, S., & Leydesdorff, L. (2019). Ontology in Science and Technology Studies: Other Entries. In P. Atkinson, S. Delamont, A. Cernat, J. W. Sakshaug, & R. A. Williams (Eds.), SAGE Research Methods Foundations (Philosophical Principles). SAGE Publications Ltd. https://doi.org/10.4135/9781526421036855655

 


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2018

aan de Stegge, G. J. C., & Oosterhuis, H. (2018). Psychiatric nursing in the Netherlands and the United Kingdom: class, status and gender in the making of a profession. Social History, 43(4), 455-483. doi: 10.1080/03071022.2018.1520441

Backhaus, J., Van Lente, H., & Kemp, R. (2018). The idea(l) of a ‘sustainable sharing economy’: Four social science perspectives on transformative change. In J. Backhaus, A. Genus, S. Lorek, E. Vadovics & J. M. Wittmayer (Eds.),  Social Innovation and Sustainable Consumption: Research and Action for Societal Transformation (pp. 26-40). Routledge/Taylor & Francis Group. doi: 10.4324/2F9781315201559-3

Bijsterveld, K. T. (2018). Sound Waves of Protest: Noise Abatement Movements. In M. Bull (Ed.), The Routledge Companion to Sound Studies. New York [etc.]: Routledge/Taylor & Francis Group.

Bouder, F. (2018). Towards a Concept of Genetic Risk Tolerance: a risk analysis perspective. Journal of Risk Research, 21(2), 190-205. doi: 10.1080/13669877.2017.1391314

Carroll, K., & Mesman, J. (2018). Multiple Researcher Roles in Video-Reflexive Ethnography. Qualitative Health Research, 28(7), 1145-1156. doi: 10.1177/1049732318759490

Carroll, K., Mesman, J., McLeod, H., Boughey, J., Keeney, G., & Habermann, E. (2018). Seeing what works: Identifying and enhancing successful interprofessional collaboration between pathology and surgery. Journal of Interprofessional Care. doi: 10.1080/13561820.2018.1536041

Dieker, M. (2018). Keep Moving, Stay Tuned: The Construction of Flow in and through Radio Traffic Reports. Transfers. Interdisciplinary Journal of Mobility Studies, 8(2), 67. doi: 10.3167/TRANS.2018.080205

Dijk, M., de Kraker, J., & Hommels, A. (2018). Anticipating Constraints on Upscaling from Urban Innovation Experiments. Sustainability, 10(8). doi: 10.3390/su10082796

Douglas, C., Stephens, N., & Brown, N. (2018). Biobanks as sites of Bio-objectification. Life Sciences, Society and Policy, 14(6). doi: 10.1186/s40504-018-0070-5

Goodwin, D., Mesman, J., Verkerk, M., & Grant, S. (2018). The dynamics of dignity and safety: a discussion. BMJ Quality & Safety. doi: 10.1136/bmjqs-2017-007159

Hansson, M. G., Bouder, F., & Howard, H. C. (2018). Genetics and risk – an exploration of conceptual approaches to genetic risk. Editorial article. Journal of Risk Research, 21(2), 101-108. doi: 10.1080/13669877.2017.1382562

Harris, A., & Rethans, J-J. (2018). Expressive instructions: ethnographic insights into the creativity and improvisation entailed in teaching physical skills to medical students. Perspectives on Medical Education, 7(4), 232-238. doi: 10.1007/s40037-018-0446-5

Homburg, E. (2018). Chemistry and Industry: A Tale of Two Moving Targets. Isis, 109(3), 565-576. doi: 10.1086/699986

Hommels, A. (2018). Re-Assembling a City: Applying SCOT to Post-Disaster Urban Change. In M. Kurath, M. Marskamp, J. Paulos & J. Ruegg (Eds.), Relational Planning: Tracing Artefacts, Agency and Practices (pp. 205-227). London: Palgrave Macmillan.

Hommels, A. (2018). How resilience discourses shape cities: the case of Resilient Rotterdam. In S. Amir (Ed.), On Bouncing Back. The Sociotechnical Constitution of Resilience (pp. 265-284). London: Palgrave Macmillan.

Huisman, F., & Bolt, T. (2018). EBM in der Krise? Ein Kommentar zur Notwendigkeit zeithistorischer medizinischer Analysen der evidence-based medicine. Medizinhistorisches Journal, 53(1), 59-70.

Kelly, S., Wyatt, S., & Harris, A. (2018). Mainstreaming Genomics and Personal Genetic Testing. In S. Gibbon, B. Prainsack, S. Hilgartner & J. Lamoreaux (Eds.), Routledge Handbook of Genomics, Health and Society (2nd ed., pp. 32-38). Routlegde.

Leistikow, I., & Huisman, F. (2018). The role of the patient in patient safety: What can we learn from healthcare’s history? Journal of Patient Safety And Risk Management, 23(4), 139-141. doi: 10.1177/2516043518791051

Mamidipudi, A., & Bijker, W. E. (2018). Innovation in Indian Handloom Weaving. Technology and Culture, 59(3), 509-545. doi: 10.1353/tech.2018.0058

Meacham, D., & Prado Casanova, M. (2018). The Over-Extended Mind? Pink Noise and the Ethics of Interaction-Dominant Systems. NanoEthics, 12(3), 269-281 doi: 10.1007/s11569-018-0325-x

Mody, C. C. M. (2018). Moore’s Regula. In A. Shew & J. C. Pitt (Eds.), Spaces for the Future: A Companion to the Philosophy of Technology (pp. 238-247). Milton Park: Routledge/Taylor & Francis Group.

Noorman, M., Wessels, B., Sveinsdottir, T., & Wyatt, S. (2018). Understanding the “open” in making research data open: policy rhetoric and research practice. In A. Rudinow Sætnan, I. Schneider & N. Green (Eds.), The Politics and Policies of Big Data: Big Data, Big Brother? (pp. 292-318). (Routledge Research in Information Technology and Society). Milton Park: Routledge/Taylor & Francis Group.

Nott, J. (2018). “How Little Progress”? A Political Economy of Postcolonial Nutrition. Population and Development Review, 44(4), 771-791. doi: 10.1111/padr.12198

Oosterhuis, H. (2018). Locura, salud mental y ciudadanía: del individualismo posesivo al neoliberalismo. Revista de la Asociación Española de Neuropsiquiatría, 38(134), 515-545.

Pols, J., Pasveer, B., & Willems, D. (2018). The particularity of dignity: relational engagement in care at the end of life. Medicine Health Care and Philosophy, 21(1), 89-100. DOI: 10.1007/s11019-017-9787-9

Pols, A. J., Pasveer, B., & Willems, D. L. (2018). Geëngageerde hulpverleners: een empirisch-ethische analyse van waardigheid in de palliatieve zorg. Nederlands Tijdschrift voor Geneeskunde, 162.

Semmerling, L., Peters, P., & Bijsterveld, K. (2018). Staging the Kinetic: How music automata sensitise audiences to sound art. Organised Sound, 23(3), 235-245. doi: 10.1017/S1355771818000146

Semmerling, L. (2018). Explorative Listening: A phenomenological approach to sounding artworks at museums. Leonardo Electronic Almanac, 22(3).

Sharon, T. (2018). Let’s Move Beyond Critique : But Please, Let’s Not Depoliticize the Debate, . American Journal of Bioethics, 18(2), 20-22. doi: 10.1080/15265161.2017.1409836

Smith, N. (2018). Presenting the Irreconcilable: Protest and Abstraction in Mathias Spahlinger’s ‘Ocean’. Music and Letters, 99(3), 427–447. doi: 10.1093/ml/gcy066

Supper, A. (2018). Listening for the hiss: lo-fi liner notes as curatorial practices. Popular Music, 37(2), 253-270. doi: 10.1017/S0261143018000041

Valkenburg, G., & van Lente, H. (2018). Technology and Social Problems. In J. A. Trevino (Ed.), The Cambridge Handbook of Social Problems (Vol. 2). Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.

van Wezel, A. P., van Lente, H., van de Sandt, J. JM., Bouwmeester, H., Vandeberg, R. JL., & Sips, A. JAM. (2018). Risk analysis and technology assessment in support of technology development: Putting responsible innovation in practice in a case study for nanotechnology. Integrated Environmental Assessment and Management, 14(1), 9-16. doi: 10.1002/ieam.1989

Verkerk, M. J., van Hoof, J., Aarts, S., de Koning, S. J. M. M., & van der Plaats, J. J. (2018). A neurological and philosophical perspective on the design of environments and technology for older people with dementia. Journal of Enabling Technologies, 12(2), 57-75. doi: 10.1108/JET-11-2017-0043

Zwegers, B. (2018). Goldmine or Bottomless Pitt? Exploiting Cornwall’s Mining Heritage. Journal of Tourism, Heritage & Services Marketing, 4(1), 15-22. doi: 10.5281/zenodo.1247534


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2017

Bijker, W. (2017). Constructing worlds: Reflections on science, technology and democracy (and a plea for bold modesty). Engaging Science, Technology, and Society, 3, 315-331. doi: 10.17351/ests2017.170

Bruyninckx, J.L.M. (2017). Synchronicity: Time, technicians, instruments and invisible repair. Science Technology & Human Values, 42(5), 822-847. doi: 10.1177/0162243916689137 

de Bont, R. (2017). A world laboratory: Framing the Albert national park. Environmental History, 22(3), 404-432. doi: 10.1093/envhis/emx020

de Bont, R. (2017). Extinct in the wild: Finding a place for the European bison, 1919-1932. In R. de Bont, & J. Lachmund (Eds.), Spatializing the history of ecology: Sites, journeys, mappings (pp. 165-184). (Studies in the History of Science, Medicine and Technology). London and New York: Routledge/Taylor & Francis Group. 

de Bont, R., & Lachmund, J. (2017). Introduction: Knowing nature, making space. In R. de Bont, & J. Lachmund (Eds.), Spatializing the history of ecology: Sites, journeys, mappings (pp. 1-16). (Studies in the History of Science Technology and Medicine ). London and New York: Routledge/Taylor & Francis Group. 

de Bont, R., & Lachmund, J. (2017). Epilogue: Knowing nature, making space. In R. de Bont, & J. Lachmund (Eds.), Spatializing the history of ecology: Sites, journeys, mappings (pp. 223-229). (Studies in the History of Science Technology and Medicine ). London and New York: Routledge/Taylor & Francis Group. 

de Bont, R., Schleper, S., & Schouwenburg, H. (2017). Conservation conferences and expert networks in the short twentieth century. Environment and History, 23(4), 569-599. doi: 10.3197/096734017X15046905071889

Huisman, F., Vandendriessche, J. & Wils, K. Blurring boundaries: towards a medical history of the twentieth century (special issue). BMGN – Low Countries Historical Review, 132(1), 3-15. 

Huisman, F., Vandendriessche, J. & Wils, K. Introduction to blurring boundaries: Towards a medical history of the twentieth century (special issue). BMGN – Low Countries Historical Review, 132(1), 3-15.

Dijk, M., de Kraker, J., van Zeijl-Rozema, A., van Lente, H., Beumer, C., Beemsterboer, S., & Valkering, P. (2017). Sustainability assessment as problem structuring: Three typical ways. Sustainability Science, 12(2), 305-317. doi: 10.1007/s11625-016-0417-x

Lachmund, J. (2017). The city as ecosystem: Paul Duvigneaud and the ecological study of Brussels. In R. de Bont, & J. Lachmund (Eds.), Spatializing the history of ecology: Sites, journeys, mappings (pp. 141-161). London and New York: Routledge/Taylor & Francis Group.

Lofstedt, R., & Bouder, F. (2017). Evidence-based uncertainty analysis: What should we now do in Europe? A view point. Journal of Risk Research, online first 27 April 2017. doi: 10.1080/13669877.2017.1316763

Meacham, D., & Studley, M. (2017). Could a robot care? It’s all in the movement. In P. Lin, K. Abney, & R. Jenkins (Eds.), Robot ethics 2.0: From autonomous cars to Artificial Intelligence (pp. 97-113). Oxford: Oxford University Press. doi: 10.1093/oso/9780190652951.001.0001 

Mesman, J., Dieckmann, P., Patterson, M., Lahlou, S., Nyström, P., & Krage, R. (2017). Variation and adaptation: Comments on learning from success in patient safety-oriented simulation fraining. Advances in Simulation, 2(21), doi: 10.1186/s41077-017-0054-1. [Online, no page numbers]

Mody, C.C.M. (2017). Academic centers and/as industrial consortia: US microelectronics research 1976-2016. Management and Organizational History, 12(3), 285-303. doi: 10.1080/17449359.2017.1357795

Mougey, Thomas (2017). Needham at the crossroads: history, politics and international science in wartime China (1942–1946). British Journal for the History of Science, 50(1), 83–109. doi: 10.1017/S0007087417000036

Noorman, M., Swierstra, T., & Zandbergen, D. (2017). Questioning the normative core of RI: The challenges posed to stakeholder engagement in a corporate setting. In L. Asveld, R. van Dam Mieras, T. Swierstra, S. Lavrijsen, K. Linse, & J. van den Hoven (Eds.), Responsible innovation, volume 3: A European agenda? (pp. 231-249). Heidelberg:Springer. doi: 10.1007/978-3-319-64834-7_13

Oosterhuis, H. (2017). The pre-Freudian modernisation of sexuality: Richard von Krafft-Ebing and Albert Moll. In P. van Haute, & H. Westerink (Eds.), Deconstructing normativity? Re-reading Freud’s 1905 three essays (pp. 44-54). London and New York: Routledge/Taylor & Francis Group. 

Peters, P. (2017). On becoming a parcel: Artistic interventions as ways of knowing mobile worlds. In A. A. Kjaerulff, S. Kesselring, P. Peters, & K. Hannam (Eds.), Envisioning networked urban mobilities: Art, performances, impacts (pp. 26-37). London and New York: Routledge/Taylor & Francis Group. 

Rossignol, N., & Hommels, A. (2017). Meanings and practices of learning from incidents: A social constructivist perspective of incident reporting systems. Technology Analysis & Strategic Management, 29(4), 370-380. doi: 10.1080/09537325.2016.1213805

Rothstein, H., Demeritt, D., Paul, R., Beaussier, A-L., Wesseling, M., Howard, M., Bouder, F. (2017). Varieties of risk regulation in Europe: Coordination, complementarity and occupational safety in capitalist welfare states. Socio-Economic Review. doi: 10.1093/ser/mwx029. [Online, no page numbers]

Schleper, S. (2017). Conservation compromises: The MAB and the legacy of the international biological program, 1964–1974. Journal of the History of Biology, 50(1), 133-167. doi: 10.1007/s10739-015-9433-4

Sharon, T. (2017). Self-tracking for health and the quantified self: Re-articulating autonomy, solidarity and authenticity in an age of personalized healthcare. Philosophy & Technology, 30(1), 93-121. doi: 10.1007/s13347-016-0215-5

Somsen, G. (2017). Science, fascism, and foreign policy: The exhibition “Scienza Universale” at the 1942 Rome world’s fair. ISIS: An International Review Devoted to the History of Science and its Cultural Influences, 108(4), 769-791. doi: 10.1086/695758

Spronck, V. (2017). Testing the parameters of music: The Halberstadt performance of John Cage’s ORGAN2/ASLSP as experimental system. Junctions: Graduate Journal of the Humanities, 2(1), 37-52.

Swierstra, T. (2017). Economic, technological, and socio-epistemological drivers behind RRI. In L. Asveld, R. van Dam-Mieras, T. Swierstra, S. Lavrijssen, K. Linse, & J. van den Hoven (Eds.), Responsible innovation, volume 3: A European agenda? (pp. 9-20). Heidelberg:Springer. 

Swierstra, T., & Tonkens, E. (2017). De lokale respectsamenleving: Zelfrespect van de burger als beleidsprobleem. In Hans Peter Benschop (Red.), Nieuwe tegenstellingen: Wat doen we ermee? (pp. 23-48). Amsterdam: Boom.

van Lente, H., & Rip, A. (2017). Reflexive co-evolution and governance patterns. In D. M. Bowman, E. Stokes, & A. Rip (Eds.), Embedding new technologies into society : Governing new technologies, a regulatory, ethical & societal perspective (pp. 17-34). London and New York: Routledge/Taylor & Francis Group. 

van Lente, H., Swierstra, T., & Joly, P-B. (2017). Responsible innovation as a critique of technology assessment. Journal of Responsible Innovation, 4(2), 254-261. doi: 10.1080/23299460.2017.1326261 

Verkerk, M., Holtkamp, F. C., Wouters, E. J. M., & van Hoof, J. (2017). Professional practices and user practices: An explorative study in health care. Philosophia Reformata, 82(2), 167-191. doi: 10.1163/23528230-08202001

von der Lippe, C., Frich, J., Harris, A., & Solbrække, K. (2017). “It was a lot tougher than I thought it would be”: A qualitative study on the changing nature of being a hemophilia carrier. Journal of Genetic Counseling, 26(6), 1324-1332. doi: 10.1007/s10897-017-0112-9 

Wachelder, J., & Torrens, H. (2017). Models, toys, and Beddoes’ struggle for educational reform, 1790-1800. In T. Levere, L. Stewart, H. Torrens, & W. J. Wachelder (Eds.), The enlightenment of Thomas Beddoes: Science, medicine, and reform (pp. 206-237). (Science, Technology and Culture, 1700 – 1945). London and New York: Routledge/Taylor & Francis Group.

Wyatt, S. (2017). Making policies for open data: Experiencing the technological imperative in the policy world. Science Technology & Human Values, 42(2), 320-324. doi: 10.1177/0162243916687645

 


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2016

Bijker, E. M., Sauerwein, H., & Bijker, W. (2016). Controlled Human Malaria Infection Trials: How Tandems of Trust and Control Construct Scientific Knowledge. Social Studies of Science, 46(1), 56-86.

Bijsterveld, K. T. (2016). Ethnography and Archival Research in Studying Cultures of Sound. In J. G. Papenburg, & H. Schulze (Eds.), Sound as Popular Culture Research Companion (pp. 99-109). Cambridge, MA: MIT.

Boenink, M., van Lente, H., & Moors, E. (2016). Emerging Technologies for Diagnosing Alzheimer’s Disease. Innovating with Care. In M. Boenink, E. Moors, & H. van Lente (Eds.), Emerging Technologies for Diagnosing Alzheimer’s Disease. Innovating with Care (pp. 1-18). (Health, Technology and Society). London: Palgrave Macmillan.

Boenink, M., van Lente, H., & Moors, E. (2016). Diagnosing Alzheimer’s Disease: How to innovate with Care. In M. Boenink, E. Moors, & H. van Lente (Eds.), Emerging Technologies for diagnosis Alzheimer’s Disease. Innovating with Care (pp. 263-276). (Health, Technology and Society). London: Palgrave Macmillan.

Bouder, F., & Hesselbein, C. (2016). Foreward: Improving Risk Policy in Europe: Dutch Experiences. Journal of Risk Research, 19(8), 1005-q006. DOI: dx.doi.org/10.1080/13669877.2016.1168620

Bruyninckx, J., & Supper, A. (2016). Sonic Skills in Cultural Contexts: Theories, Practices and Materialities of Listening. Sound Studies: An Interdisciplinary Journal, 2(1), 1-5.

Cressman, D.M. (2016). Innis in the Concertgebouw: Media & Musical Culture in 19th Century Amsterdam. In N. Friesen (Ed.), Media Transatlantic: Media Theory Between North America & German Speaking Europe (pp. 131-151). Dordrecht: Springer.

de Bont, R. (2016). Machine Metaphors: Some Reflections. ISIS. An International Review Devoted to the History of Science and its Cultural Influences, 107(4), 796-799.

de Wilde, R., & Somsen, G. (2016). Government as Scientific Process in H.G. Wells’s Word State. In H. Kamminga, & G. Somsen (Eds.), Pursuing the Unity of Science: Ideology and Scientific Practice from the Great War to the Cold War (Science, Technology and Culture, 1700-1945) (pp. 109-127). London/New York: Routledge.

Egher, C., & Wyatt, S. (2016). Testing Memory, Shifting Responsibility: Internet-Based (Self)Diagnostics of Alzheimer’s Disease. In M. Boenink, H. van Lente, & E. Moors (Eds.), Emerging Technologies for Diagnosing Alzheimer’s Disease: Innovating with Care ( pp. 141-161). London: Palgrave Macmillan.

Evans, G. L. (2016). Graffiti, Art and the City: from Piece-Making to Place-Making. In J. Ross (Ed.), Handbook on Graffiti and Street Art (pp. 168-182). New York: Routledge.

Evans, G. (2016). Participation and Provision in Arts & Culture – Bridging the Divide. Cultural Trends, 25(1), 2-20. DOI: 10.1080/09548963.2015.1135528

Gabriels, R. (2016). The Assymmetries of Hauke Brunkhorst’s Critical Theory. Krisis, (2).

Harris, A. (2016). The Ethics of Researching Images found Online. In D. Warr, M. Guillemin , S. Cox, & J. Waycott (Eds.), Ethics for Visual Research: Theory, Methodology and Practice (pp. 61-73). London:Palgrave Macmillan.

Harris, A. (2016). Listening-touch, Affect and the Crafting of Medical Bodies through Percussion. Body & Society, 22(1), 31-61. DOI: 10.1177/1357034X15604031

Harris, A., & Flynn, E. (2016). Medical Education of Attention: A Qualitative Study of Learning to Listen to Sound. Medical Teacher, 39(1), 79-84. DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.1080/0142159X.2016.1231916

van der Heide, A., Rufas, A., & Supper, A. (2016). Doctoral Dissertation Defences: Performing Ambiguity between Ceremony and Assessment. Science as Culture, 25(4), 473-495.

Holt, D., Bouder, F., Elemuwa, D., Gaedicke, G., Khamesipour, A., Kisler, B., & Rath, B. (2016). The Importance of the Patient Voice in Vaccination and Vaccine Safety—are we Listening? Clinical Microbiology and Infection, 22 (Supplement 5), S146-S153. DOI: 10.1016/j.cmi.2016.09.027

Howe, C., Lockrem, J., Appel, H., Hackett, E., Boyer, D., Hall, R., & Mody, C.C.M. (2016). Paradoxical Infrastructures: Ruins, Retrofit, and Risk. Science Technology & Human Values, 41(3), 547-565.

Huisman, F. (2016). Vrije artsenkeuze: recht of macht? Nederlands Tijdschrift voor Geneeskunde, 160, D369.

Huisman, F.G. (2016). Monopoly or Freedom of Healing? The Role of Medicine in a Modernizing Society. In F. Huisman, & H. Oosterhuis (Eds.), Health and Citizenship. Political Cultures of Health in Modern Europe (Studies for the Society for the Social History of Medicine; No. 18) (pp. 85-99). London/New York: Routledge (First published 2014 by Pickering & Chatto).

Keune, H., Van den Hazel, P., & Bouder, F. (2016). Unmasking Environmental Health Zorros: the Need for Involvement of Real Risk Communication Experts for two-way & Problem-solving Communication Approaches. In J. M. Pacyna, & E. G. Pacyna (Eds.), Environmental Determinants of Human Health (pp. 203-224). Dordrecht: Springer.

von der Lippe, C., Frich, J., Harris, A., & Solbrække, K. (2016). Experiences of Being Heterozygous for Fabry Disease: a Qualitative Study. Journal of Genetic Counseling, 25(5), 1085-1092. DOI: 10.1007/s10897-016-9941-1

Meacham, D. (2016). European Institutions? Journal of the British Society for Phenomenology, 47(3), 226. http://dx.doi.org/10.1080/00071773.2016.1180853.

Meacham, D. (2016). How Low Can You Go? BioEnactivism, Cognitive Biology and Umwelt Ontology. Humana.Mente Journal of Philosophical Studies, 31, 73-95.

Mody, C.C.M. (2016). Between Research and Development: IBM and Josephson Computing. Physics Today, 69(10), 32-38.

Mody, C.C.M. (2016). Burnt by the Sun: Jack Kilby, TI, and the ‘70s Solar Boom. IEEE Spectrum, 53(10), 50-55.

Mody, C.C.M. (2016). Professional Scientist. In B. Lightman (Ed.), A Companion to the History of Science (pp. 164-178). Wiley-Blackwell.

Mody, C C.M. (2016). Santa Barbara Physicists in the Vietnam Era. In D. Kaiser, & W. P. McCray (Eds.), Groovy Science: The Counter-Cultures and Scientific Life, 1955-1975 (pp. 70-107). Chicago: University of Chicago Press.

Mody, C.C.M. (2016). An Electro-Historical Focus with Real Interdisciplinary Appeal’: Interdisciplinarity at Vietnam-Era Stanford. In S. Frickel, M. Albert, & B. Prainsack (Eds.), Investigating Interdisciplinary Research: Theory and Practice across Disciplines: Theory and Practice across Disciplines (pp. 173-193). New Brunswick, New Jersey: Rutgers University Press.

Mody, C.C.M. (2016). Fabricating an Organizational Field for Research: US Academic Microfabrication Facilities in the 1970s and 1980s. In T. Heinze, & R. Münch (Eds.), Innovation in Science and Organizational Renewal: Historical and Sociological Perspectives (Palgrave Studies in the History of Science and Technology) (pp. 21-53). London: Palgrave Macmillan.

Niculescu-Dinca, V., van der Ploeg, I., & Swierstra, T. (2016). Sorting (out) Youth Transformations in Police Practices of Classification and (Social Media) Monitoring of ‘Youth Groups’: Digitizing Identities: Doing Identity in a Networked World. In Digitizing Identities: Doing Identity in a Networked World (pp. 184-205). London/New York: Routledge.

Oosterhuis, H. (2016). Cycling, Modernity and National Culture. Social History, 41(3), 233-248.

Oosterhuis, H., & Huisman, F. (2016). The Politics of Health and Citizenship: Historical and Contemporary Perspectives. In F. Huisman, & H. Oosterhuis (Eds.), Health and Citizenship: Political Cultures of Health in Modern Europe (Studies for the Society for the Social History of Medicine; No. 18) (pp. 1-40). London/New York: Routledge (First published 2014 by Pickering & Chatto).

Oosterhuis, H., & Huisman, F. (2016). Mental Health and Civic Virtue: Psychiatry, Self-Development and Citizenship in the Netherlands, 1870-2005. In H. Oosterhuis, & F. Huisman (Eds.), Health and Citizenship: Political Cultures of Health in Modern Europe (Studies for the Society for the Social History of Medicine; No. 18) (pp. 155-172). London/New York: Routledge (First published 2014 by Pickering & Chatto).

Peters, P. (2016). Waltzing around the World. Musical Mobilities and the Aesthetics of Adapation. In K. Hannam, M. Mostafanezhad, & J. Rickley (Eds.), Event Mobilities. Politics, Place and Performance (pp. 25-39). London/New York: Routledge.

Peters, P., & Cressman, D. (2016). A Sounding Monument: how a New Organ Became Old. Sound Studies: An Interdisciplinary Journal, 2(1), 21-35. DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.1080/20551940.2016.1214445

Romer, L. H., Nichols, D. G., Mesman, J., Woods Barthel, C., Norvell, M., Sacco, M. J., & Latour, J. (2016). Impact of Pediatric Critical Care on the Family, Community, and Society. In D. H. Shaffner, & D. G. Nichols (Eds.), Roger’s Textbook of Pedriatric Care 5th edition (pp. 11-22). Dordrecht: Wolters Kluwer.

Rossignol, N., & Hommels, A. (2016). Meanings and Practices of Learning from Incidents: A Social Constructivist Perspective of Incident Reporting Systems. Technology Analysis & Strategic Management, 29(4), 370-380. DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.1080/09537325.2016.1213805

Saidi, T., & Zeiss, R. (2016). Investigating Promises of Nanotechnology for Development: A Case Study of the Travelling of Smart Nano Water Filter in Zimbabwe. Technology in Society, an international journal, 46 (August 2016), 40-48.

Schleper, S. (2016). Conservation Compromises: The MAB and the Legacy of the International Biological Program, 1964–1974. Journal of the History of Biology, 50(1), 133-167.

van der Schoor, T., van Lente, H., Scholtens, B., & Peine, A. (2016). Challenging Obduracy: How Local Communities Transform the Energy System. Energy Research & Social Science, 13, 94-105. DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.erss.2015.12.009

Sharon, T., & Zandbergen, D. (2016). From Data Fetishism to Quantifying Selves: Self-tracking Practices and the Other Values of Data. New Media & Society, online first 9 March, 2016. Retrieved from: http://journals.sagepub.com/doi/abs/10.1177/1461444816636090.

Sharon, T. (2016). Self-tracking for Health and the Quantified Self: Re-articulating Autonomy, Solidarity and Authenticity in an Age of Personalized Healthcare. Philosophy & Technology, online first 18 April 2016. Retrieved from: http://link.springer.com/article/10.1007/s13347-016-0215-5.

Sharon, T. (2016). The Googlization of Health Research: From Disruptive Innovation to Disruptive Ethics. Personalized Medicine, 13(6), 563-574. DOI: 10.2217/pme-2016-0057

Somsen, G. (2016). Scientists of the World Unite: Socialist Internationalism and the Unity of Science. In H. Kamminga, & G. Somsen (Eds.), Pursuing the Unity of Science: Ideology and Scientific Practice from the Great War to the Cold War (Science, Technology and Culture, 1700-1945) (pp. 82-108). London/New York: Routledge.

Sprenkels, I., & Wyatt, S. (2016). Makers of Media Wisdom: Translating and Guarding Media Wisdom in the Netherlands. In I. van der Ploeg, & J. Pridmore (Eds.), Digitizing Identities (pp. 140-160). London/New York: Routledge.

Stoffers, M. (2016). The Politics of Bicycle Innovation: Comparing the American and Dutch Human-Powered Vehicle Movements, 1970s—present. In R. Oldenziel, & H. Trischler (Eds.), Cycling and Recycling. Histories of Sustainable Practices (Environment in History: International Perspectives; No. 7) (pp. 33-57). New York/Oxford: Berghahn.

Supper, A. (2016). Lobbying for the Ear, Listening with the Whole Body: the (anti-)visual Culture of Sonification. Sound Studies: An Interdisciplinary Journal, 2(1), 69-80.

Swierstra, T. (2016). Introduction to the Ethics of New and Emerging Science and Technology. In R. Nakatsu, M. Rauterberg, & P. Ciancarini (Eds.), Handbook of Digital Games and Entertainment Technologies (pp. 1271-1295). Dordrecht: Springer.

Valkenburg, G., & Cotella, G. (2016). Governance of Energy Transitions: about Inclusion and Closure in Complex Sociotechnical Problems. Energy, Sustainability and Society, 6, 1-11. DOI: 10.1186/s13705-016-0086-8.

Valkenburg, G. (2016). Security Technologies Versus Citizen Roles? Science as Culture, online first: 14 November 2016. Retrieved from: http://www.tandfonline.com/doi/pdf/10.1080/09505431.2016.1255723.

Verkerk, M., Holtkamp, F. C., van Hoof, J., & Wouters, E. J. M. (2016). Mapping User Activities and User Environments during the Client Intake and Examination Phase: an Exploratory Study from the Perspective of Ankle Foot Orthosis Users. Technology and Disability, 28(4), 148-157. DOI: 28 (2016) 145–157 145

Wachelder, J. (2016). Regeneration: Generations Remediated. Time & Society, online first 2 December 2016. Retrieved from: http://journals.sagepub.com/doi/full/10.1177/0961463X16678253.

Way, D., Bouder, F., Löfstedt, R., & Evensen, D. (2016). Transparency of Medicines Data and Safety Issues-a European/US Study of Doctors’ Opinions: What Does the Evidence Show? Journal of Risk Research, 19(9), 1172-1184. DOI: 10.1080/13669877.2015.1121911

Way, D., Bouder, F., Löfstedt, R. E., & Evensen, D. (2016). Medicines Transparency at the European Medicines Agency (EMA) in the Information Age: the Perspective of Patients. Journal of Risk Research, 19(9), 1185-1215. DOI: 10.1080/13669877.2016.1200652

Way, D., Blazsin, H., Löfstedt, R. E., & Bouder, F. (2016). Pharmaceutical Benefit–Risk Communication Tools: A Review of the Literature. Drug Safety, 40(1), 15-36. DOI: 10.1007/s40264-016-0466-1

Wyatt, S., Harris, A., & Kelly, S. (2016). Controversy goes Online: Schizophrenia Genetics on Wikipedia. Science and Technology Studies, 29(1), 13-29.

Wyatt, S., Milojevic, S., Park, H. W., & Leydesdorff, L. (2016). The Intellectual and Practical Contributions of Scientometrics to STS. In U. Felt, R. Fouché, C. A. Miller, & L. Smith-Doerr (Eds.), Handbook of Science and Technology Studies (4 ed.) (pp. 87-112). Cambridge: The MIT Press.

 


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Akdag Salah, A., Scharnhorst, A. & Wyatt, S. (2015). Analysing an academic field through the lenses of internet science: Digital humanities as a virtual community. In T. Tiropanis, A. Vakali, L. Sartori & P. Burnap (Eds.), Internet science: Second International Conference, INSCI 2015, Brussels, Belgium, May 27-29, 2015, Proceedings (pp. 78-89). Dordrecht: Springer.

Bakker, S., Leguijt, P. & Lente, H. van (2015). Niche accumulation and standardization: The case of electric vehicle recharging plugs. Journal of Cleaner Production, 94, 155-164. doi: 10.1016/j.jclepro.2015.01.069

Bijsterveld, K.T. (2015). Beyond echoic memory: Introduction to special issue on auditory history. The Public Historian, 37(4), 7-13. doi: 10.1525/tph.2015.37.4.7

Bijsterveld, K.T. (2015). Ears-on exhibitions: Sound in the history museum. The Public Historian, 37(4), 73-90. doi: 10.1525/tph.2015.37.4.73

Bolt, T.C. & Huisman, F.G. (2015). David Sacket en 25 jaar evidence-based geneeskunde. Individu en context. Nederlands Tijdschrift voor Geneeskunde, 159, 1-3.

Bolt, T.C. & Huisman, F.G. (2015). Towards person-centered healthcare via realistic evidence-based medicine – Informing the debate historically. European Journal for Person Centered Healthcare, 3(3), 275-278.

Bont, R.F.J. de (2015). Borderless nature: Experts and the internationalization of nature protection. In J. Vandendriesche, E. Peeters & K. Wils (Eds.), Scientists’ expertise as performance: Between state and society, 1860-1960 (pp. 49-65). London: Pickering and Chatto.

Bont, R.F.J. de (2015). ’Primitives’ and protected areas: International conservation and the ‘naturalization’ of indigenous people, ca. 1910-1975. Journal of the History of Ideas, 76, 215-236. doi: 10.1353/jhi.2015.0014

Bouder, F. (2015). Risk communication of vaccines: Challenges in the post-trust environment. Current Drug Safety, 10, 9-15.

Bouder, F., Löfstedt, R., Way, D. & Evensen, D. (2015). Transparency in Europe: A quantitative study. Risk Analysis, 35(7), 1210-1229. doi: 10.1111/risa.12386

Bouder, F. (2015). Governing risk tolerability. In U. Fra Paleo (Ed.), Risk governance, the articulation of hazard, politics and ecology (pp. 469-471). Dordrecht: Springer.

Bowman, D., Dijkstra, A., Fautz, C., Guivant, J., Konrad, K., Lente, H. van & Woll, S. (2015). Moving beyond concern: Practices of innovation and responsibility for emerging technologies. In D.M. Bowman, A. Dijkstra, C. Fautz, J. Guivant, K. Konrad, H van Lente & S. Woll (Eds.), Practices of innovation and responsibility: Insights from methods, governance and action (pp. 1-8). Berlin: AKA Verlag.

Braun, S., Friedewald, M. & Valkenburg, G. (2015). Civilizing drones: Military discourses going civil? Science and Technology Studies, 28(2), 73-87.

Bruyninckx, J.L.M. (2015). Trading Twitter. Amateur recorders and economies of scientific exchange at the Cornell Library of Natural Sounds. Social Studies of Science, 45(3), 344-370. doi: 10.1177/0306312715580404

Cressman, D. (2015). Acoustics architecture before science: The case of Amsterdam’s Concertgebouw. Soundeffects, 5(1),11-23.

Cuijpers, Y. & Lente, H. van (2015). Early diagnostics and Alzheimer’s disease: Beyond ‘cure’ and ‘care’. Technological Forecasting and Social Change, 93, 54-67. doi: 10.1016/j.techfore.2014.03.006

Cuijpers, Y. & Lente, H. van (2015). The meanings of early diagnostics for Alzheimer’s disease in Dutch newspapers. A framing analysis. In A. Swinnen & M. Schweda (Eds.), Popularizing dementia. Public expressions and representations of forgetfulness (pp. 295-314). Bielefeld: Transcript Verlag.

Egyedi, T.M. & Hommels, A.M. (2015). Predatory strategies in standards wars: On creating fear, uncertainty, and doubt. In K. Jakobs (Ed.), Effective standardization management in corporate settings (pp. 333-352). Hershey: IGI Global.

Evans, G.L. (2015). Cultural mapping and planning for sustainable communities. In N. Duxbury, W.F. Garrett-Petts & D. MacLennan (Eds.), Cultural mapping as cultural inquiry (pp. 45-68). London: Routledge.

Evans, G.L. (2015). Graffiti, art and the city: From piece-making to place-making. In J. Ross (Ed.), Handbook on graffiti and street Art (pp. 168-182). New York: Routledge.

Evans, G.L. (2015). Rethinking place branding and place making through creative and cultural quarters. In M Kavaratzis, G Warnaby & G.J. Ashworth (Eds.), Rethinking place branding – critical accounts (pp. 135-158). Vienna: Springer.

Evans, G.L. (2015). Accessibility and user needs: Pedestrian mobility and urban design. Municipal Engineer, 168(1), 32-44. doi: 10.1680/muen.14.00012

Evans, G.L. (2015). Designing legacy and the legacy of design. Architectural Research Quarterly, 18(4), 353-366.

Grant, S., Mesman, J. & Guthrie, B. (2015). Spatio-temporal elements of articulation work in the achievement of repeat prescribing safety in UK general practice. Sociology of Health & Illness. doi: 10.1111/1467-9566.12308

Haen, D., Sneijder, P., Molder, H. te & Swierstra, T.E. (2015). Natural food. Organizing ‘responsiveness’ in responsible innovation of food technology. In B.-J. Koops, I Oosterlaken, H. Romijn, T. Swierstra & J. van den Hoven (Eds.), Responsible innovation 2. Concepts, approaches, and applications (pp. 161-182). Dordrecht: Springer.

Harris, A. & Guillemin, M. (2015). Notes on the medical underground: Migrant doctors at the margins. Health Sociology Review, 24(2), 163-174. doi: 10.1080/14461242.2014.999403

Harris, A., Kelly, S. & Wyatt, S. (2015). Autobiologies: Making sense of engagements with healthcare technologies. Eä Journal of Medical Humanities and Social Studies of Science and Technology, 7(2), 71-87.

Helmond, L. van, Korstjens, I., Mesman, J., Nieuwenhuijze, M., Horstman, K., Scheepers, H., Spaanderman, M., Keulen, J. & Vries, R. de (2015). What makes for good collaboration and communication in maternity care? A Scoping Study. International Journal of Childbirth, 5(4), 210-223. doi: 10.1891/2156-5287.5.4.210

Hessels, L.K., Lente, H. van, Grin, J. & Smits, R.E.H.M. (2015). Changing struggles for relevance in eight fields of natural science. In J. Mitra & J. Edmondson (Eds.), Entrepreneurship and knowledge exchange (pp. 263-283). London: Routledge.

Huisman, F.G. (2015). Arts en autonomie. Over tijdbeleving en werkvoldoening. Nederlands Tijdschrift voor Geneeskunde, 159(2015), 1-3.

Huisman, F.G. (2015). Expertise and trust in Dutch individual health care. In E. Peeters & K. Wils (Eds.), Scientists’ expertise as performance. Between state and society, 1860-1960 (6) (pp. 173-190). London: Pickering & Chatto.

Krebs, S. (2015). Ist es Zeit für einen “sensorial turn”? Zur Sinnlichkeit der Technik(geschichte). Technikgeschichte. Die Fachzeitschrift für technikhistorische Forschung, 82(1), 3-9.

Lachmund, J.D. (2015). Strange birds. Ornithology and the advent of the collared dove in post-World War II Germany. Science in Context, 28(2), 259-284. doi: 10.1017/S026988971500006X

Landeweerd, L., Townend, D., Mesman, J. & Hoyweghen, I. van (2015). Reflections on different governance styles in regulating science: A contribution to ‘Responsible Research and Innovation’. Life Sciences, Society and Policy, 11(1). doi: 10.1186/s40504-015-0026-y

Lente, H. van (2015). The societal incubator as a solution to waiting games in emerging technologies. In D.M. Bowman, A. Dijkstra, C. Fautz, J. Guivant, K. Konrad, H. van Lente & S. Woll (Eds.), Practices of innovation and responsibility: Insights from methods, governance and action (pp. 43-51). Berlin: AKA Verlag.

Meroño Peñuela, A., Ashkpour, A., Scharnhorst, A., Guéret, C. & Wyatt, S. (2015). CEDAR, linked open census data. DHCommons, 1 (1).

Mesman, J. (2015). Boundary-spanning engagements on a neonatal ward: A collaborative entanglement between clinicians and a researcher. In B. Penders, N. Vermeulen & J. Parker (Eds.), Collaboration across health research and medical care (pp. 149-170). Aldershot: Ashgate.

Mody, C. (2015). Scientific practice and science education. Science Education, 99(6), 1026-1032. doi: DOI: 10.1002/sce.21190

Mody, C. (2015). What do scientists and engineers do all day? On the structure of scientific Normalcy. In A. Bokulich & W.J. Devlin (Eds.), Kuhn’s structure of scientific revolutions: 50 years on (Boston Studies in the History and Philosophy of Science, 311) (pp. 91-104). Dordrecht: Springer.

Oosterhuis, H. (2015). Ingebakken gewoonte of buitenissige liefhebberij? Een vergelijking tussen nationale fietsculturen. Sociologie, 11(1), 3-30.

Oosterhuis, H. (2015). Krafft-Ebing, Richard von. In P. Whelehan & A. Bolin (Eds.), The international encyclopedia of human sexuality (pp. 646-649). Malden, MA: Wiley Blackwell.

Oosterhuis, H. (2015). The invention of heterosexuality. In P. Whelehan & A. Bolin (Eds.), The international encyclopedia of human sexuality (pp. 520-523). Malden, MA: Wiley Blackwell.

Paul, R., Bouder, F. & Wesseling, M. (2015). Risk-based governance against national obstacles? Comparative dynamics of Europeanization in Dutch, French, and German flooding policies. Journal of Risk Research, 1-20. doi: 10.1080/13669877.2015.1074936

Pinch, T. & Bijsterveld, K.T. (2015). Instruments and innovation. In J. Shepherd & K. Devine (Eds.), The Routledge reader on the sociology of music (pp. 301-309). New York [etc.]: Routledge.

Schouwenburg, H. (2015). Back to the Future? History, Material Culture and New Materialism. International Journal for History, Culture and Modernity, 3(1), 59-72.

Stoffers, M. (2015). The politics of bicycle innovation: Comparing the American and Dutch human-powered vehicle movements, 1970s—present. In R. Oldenziel & H. Trischler (Eds.), Cycling and recycling. Histories of sustainable practices (Environment in History: International Perspectives, 7) (pp. 33-57). New York, Oxford: Berghahn.

Supper, A. (2015). Data karaoke: Sensory and bodily skills in conference presentations. Science as Culture, 24(4), 436-457. doi: 10.1080/09505431.2015.1052390

Supper, A. (2015). Sound information: Sonification in the age of complex data and digital audio. Information & Culture, 50 (4), 441-464. doi: 10.1353/lac.2015.0021

Supper, A. & Bijsterveld, K.T. (2015). Sounds convincing: Modes of listening and sonic skills in knowledge making. Interdisciplinary Science Reviews, 40(2), 124-143. doi: 10.1179/0308018815Z.000000000109

Swierstra, T.E. (2015). Identifying the normative challenges posed by technology’s ‘soft’ impacts. Etikk i Praksis, 9(1), 5-20.

Valkenburg, G. & Ploeg, Y.H. van der (2015). Materialities between security and privacy: A constructivist account of airport security scanners. Security Dialogue, 46(4), 326-344. doi: 10.1177/0967010615577855

Valkenburg, G. (2015). Privacy versus security: Problems and possibilities for the trade-off model. In S Gutwirth, R.E. Leenes & P De Hert (Eds.), Reforming European data protection law (Law, Governance and Technology Series, 2352-1902) (pp. 253-269). Springer Netherlands.

Verkerk, M.J. (2015). A practitioner’s reflections on moral leadership: Towards a philosophical foundation. In P. Nullens & S. van Heuvel (Eds.), Challenges of moral leadership (Christian Perspectives on Leadership and Social Ethics) (pp. 47-72). Leuven: Peeters.

Wyatt, S. (2015). Mode 2 in action. Working across sectors to create a Center for Humanities and Technology. Scholarly and Research Communication, 16(4), 1-8.

 


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Beumer, K. (2014). Catching the rat. Understanding the co-existence of multiple and contradictory human-rat relations. Society & Animals, 22 (1), 8-25. doi: 10.1163/15685306-12341316

Beumer, K. (2014). Nanotechnology and the public in India: a newspaper analysis. In S. Pohit, K. Mehra & P. Banerjee (Eds.), India, Science and Technology: Vol. 3 (pp. 299-303). New Delhi: Cambridge University Press India.

Bijker, W.E., Hommels, A.M. & Mesman, J. (2014). Studying Vulnerability in Technological Cultures. In A. Hommels, J. Mesman & W.E. Bijker (Eds.), Vulnerability in Technological Cultures. New Directions in Research and Governance (pp. 1-26). Cambridge, MA: MIT Press.

Bos, C & Lente, H. van (2014). Value Chain Responsibility in Emerging Technologies,. In S. Arnaldi, A. Ferrari, P. Magaudda & F. Marin (Eds.), Responsibility in Nanotechnology Development (pp. 239-254). Dordrecht: Springer.

Bos, C, Walhout, B., Peine, A. & Lente, H. van (2014). Steering with big words: articulation of ideographs in nanotechnology. Journal of Responsible Innovation, 1 (2), 151-170. doi: 10.1080/23299460.2014.922732

Bouder, F. (2014). Can Health and Safety Regulators Respond to Changing Societal Expectations. In R. Moore & M.V.R. Gowda (Eds.), India’s Risks (pp. 298-324). Oxford, UK: Oxford University Press.

Bouder, F. (2014). Handling pharmaceutical risks in post-trust society: Science-based decision making under strain? In M.B.A. van Asselt, M. Everson & E. Vos (Eds.), Trade, Health and the Environment: The European Union Put to the Test (Earthscan Risk in Society) (pp. 91-112). Oxon and New York: Routledge.

Cressman, D.M. (2014). On Fifty Years of One-Dimensional Man and a Critical Philosophy of Technology. Krisis, 2, 29-39.

Cuijpers, Y., Lente, H. van, Boenink, M & Moors, E. (2014). Quandaries of responsible innovation: the case of Alzheimer’s Disease. In J. van den Hoven, N. Doorn, T. Swierstra, B.J. Koops & H. Romijn (Eds.), Responsible Innovation: Innovative Solutions for Global Issues (pp. 239-254). Dordrecht: Springer.

Cutas, D., Dondorp, W., Swierstra, T.E., Repping, S. & Wert, G. de (2014). Artificial gametes: perspectives of geneticists, ethicists and representatives of potential users. Medicine Health Care and Philosophy, 17 (3), 339-345. doi: 10.1007/s11019-013-9535-8

Dix, G. (2014). Ricardo’s discursive demarcations: A Foucauldian study of the formation of the economy as an object of knowledge. Erasmus Journal for Philosophy and Economics, 7 (2), 1-29.

Dix, G. (2014). Expressing concerns over the incentive as a public policy device. In Concerned Markets: Economic Ordering for Multiple Value (pp. 19-45). Cheltenham: Edwar Elgar.

Engel, N. & Lente, H. van (2014). Organizational innovation and control practices: the case of public-private mix in Tuberculosis control in India. Sociology of Health & Illness, 36 (6), 917-931. doi: 10.1111/1467-9566.12125

Engel, N. & Zeiss, R. (2014). Situating Standards in Practices: Multi drug-resistant Tuberculosis Treatment in India. Science as Culture, 23 (2), 201-225. doi: 10.1080/09505431.2013.837875

Evans, G.L. (2014). London 2012 and Regional Regeneration: Legacy Games. Regions Magazine, 295 (1), 11-13. doi: 10.1080/13673882.2014.11006051

Evans, G.L. (2014). Mega-Events – A Regional Phenomenon and Research Network. Regions Magazine, 295 (3), 7-18.

Evans, G.L. (2014). Living in the City: Mixed Use and Quality of Life. In R Cooper, E Burton & C.L. Cooper (Eds.), Wellbeing and the Environment (pp. 119-147). Oxford: Wiley-Blackwell.

Harris, A., Kelly, S. E. & Wyatt, S. (2014). Autobiologies on YouTube: Narratives of direct-to-consumer genetic testing. New Genetics and Society, 33 (1), 60-78. doi: 10.1080/14636778.2014.884456

Healy, S. & Mesman, J. (2014). Resilience: contingency, complexity, and Practice. In A. Hommels, J. Mesman & W.E. Bijker (Eds.), Vulnerability in Technological Culture: New directions in research and governance (Inside Technology) (pp. 155-177). Cambridge,MA: The MIT Press.

Hermans, M.A., Asselt, M.B.A. van & Passchier, W.F. (2014). Zorgen over zendmasten: hoe een maatschappelijk debat verengd wordt tot de definiëring van gezondheidsrisico’s. Bestuurskunde, 23 (2), 12-20.

Hommels, A.M., Versluis, E., Fox, T. & Asselt, van, M. (2014). Regulating risks by rules: Compliance and Negotiated Drift in the Dutch Chemical Industry under the Seveso Regime. In A. Hommels, J. Mesman & W.B. Bijker (Eds.), Vulnerability in Technological Cultures. New Directions in Research and Governance (pp. 243-266). Cambridge, MA: MIT Press.

Huisman, F.G. & Bolt, T.C. (2014). Roken in een risicocultuur. 50 jaar na het rapport van de Surgeon general. Nederlands Tijdschrift voor Geneeskunde, 158 (42), A7973.

Jacobs, A.E.G. (2014). The Silence of Amsterdam before and during World War II: Ecology, Semiotics and Politics of Urban Sound. In D. Morat (Ed.), Sounds of Modern History. Auditory Cultures in 19th and 20th Century Europe (pp. 305-325). New York: Berghahn Books.

Krebs, S. (2014). “Dial Gauge versus Senses 1 – 0”: German Car Mechanics and the Introduction of New Diagnostic Equipment, 1950-1980. Technology and Culture, 55 (2), 354-389. doi: 10.1353/tech.2014.0034

Loots, E. (2014). The Income Standard for the Performing and Visual Arts in the Netherlands. A Simple Indicator of Financial Performance or a Transition to Another Mode of Supporting Non-profit Organizations? Zeitschrift für Kulturmanagement/Journal of Cultural Management, 1 (1), 53-74.

Loughnan, A. & Oosterhuis, H. (2014). Special Issue: Historical perspectives on forensic psychiatry. International Journal of Law and Psychiatry, 37 (1).

Löfstedt, R. & Bouder, F. (2014). New transparency policies: risk communication’s doom? In J. Arvai & L. Rivers (Eds.), Effective Risk Communication (Earthscan Risk in Society) (pp. 73-90). Oxon and New York: Routledge.

Mesman, J. (2014). Relocation of Vulnerability in Neonatal Intensive Care Medicine. In A. Hommels, J. Mesman & W.E. Bijker (Eds.), Vulnerability in Technological Culture: New directions in research and governance (Inside Technology) (pp. 71-88). Cambridge, MA: The MIT Press.

Oosterhuis, H. & Loughnan, A. (2014). Introduction. Madness and crime: Historical perspectives on forensic psychiatry. International Journal of Law and Psychiatry, 37 (1), 1-16. doi: 10.1016/j.ijlp.2013.09.004

Oosterhuis, H. (2014). Mental health, citizenship, and the memory of World War II in the Netherlands (1945-85). History of Psychiatry, 25 (1), 20-34. doi: 10.1177/0957154X13512075

Oosterhuis, H. (2014). Treatment as punishment: Forensic psychiatry in the Netherlands (1870-2005). International Journal of Law and Psychiatry, 37 (1), 37-49. doi: 10.1016/j.ijlp.2013.10.004

Quartz, J.G.U. (2014). Agricultural change in a south Indian village: an account on the multiplicity of vulnerable livelihoods. In A. Hommels, J. Mesman & W. Bijker (Eds.), Vulnerability in Technological Cultures. New Directions in Research and Governance (pp. 33-51). Cambridge: MIT Press.

Salomons, E., Bijsterveld, K.T., Traa, A. & Oegren, M (2014). Traffic noise, honking, and urban planning in Amsterdam in 1930. Noise Control Engineering Journal, 62 (6), 422-435. doi: 10.3397/1/376240

Sharon, T. (2014). Healthy Citizenship beyond Autonomy and Discipline: Tactical Engagements with Genetic Testing. Biosocieties, online first 13 October 2014. doi: 10.1057/biosoc.2014.29

Slijkhuis, J. & Oosterhuis, H. (2014). Cadaver Brains and Excesses in Baccho and Venere: Dementia Paralytica in Dutch Psychiatry. Journal of the History of Medicine and Allied Sciences, 69 (3), 426-460. doi: 10.1093/jhmas/jrs062

Somsen, G.J. (2014). Global Government through Science: Pieter Eijkman’s Plans for a World Capital. In W.B. Rayward (Ed.), Information Beyond Borders: International Cultural and Intellectual Exchange in the Belle Époque (pp. 201-219). Aldershot: Ashgate Publishing.

Supper, A. (2014). Sublime Frequencies: The Construction of Sublime Listening Experiences in the Sonification of Scientific Data. Social Studies of Science, 44 (1), 34-58. doi: 10.1177/0306312713496875

Swierstra, T.E., Boerwinkel, D.J. & Waarlo, A.J. (2012). Reframing and Articulating Socio-scientific Classroom Discourses on Genetic Testing from an STS Perspective. Science & Education,23(2), 485-507.

Wachelder, J.C.M. (2014). Toys, Christmas Gifts and Consumption Culture in London’s Morning Chronicle. Icon: Journal of the International Committee for the History of Technology, 19 (2013), 13-32.

Waelbers, K. & Swierstra, T.E. (2014). The family of the future:  how technologies can lead to moral change. In J. van den Hoven, N. Doorn, T. Swierstra, B.-J. Koops & H. Romijn (Eds.), Innovative Solutions for Global Issues (Responsible Innovation, 1) (pp. 219-236). Dordrecht: Springer.

Wesel, M. van, Wyatt, S. & Haaf, J. ten (2014). What a difference a colon makes: how superficial factors influence subsequent citation. Scientometrics, 98 (3), 1601-1615. doi: 10.1007/s11192-013-1154-x

Wessels, B., Finn, R., Linde, P., Mazzetti, P., Nativi, S., Riley, S., Smallwood, R., Taylor, M., Tsoukala, V, Wadhwa, K & Wyatt, S. (2014). Issues in the development of open access to research data. Prometheus, 32 (1), 49-66. doi: 10.1080/08109028.2014.956505

Zeiss, R. & Egmond, S. van (2014). Dissolving decision making? Models and their roles in decision making processes at large. Science in Context, 27 (4), 631-657. doi: 10.1017/S0269889714000234

Zeiss, R. (2014). Putting Standards to Work: the Taste and Smell of Globalization. In N. Thrift, A. Tickell, S. Woolgar & W.H. Rupp (Eds.), Globalization in Practice (pp. 104-108). Oxford: Oxford University Press.

 


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Antonijevic, S, Dormans, S. & Wyatt, S. (2013). Working in Virtual Knowledge: Affective Labor in Scholarly Collaboration. In P.Wouters (Ed.), Virtual Knowledge (pp. 57-88). Cambridge, MA: The MIT Press.

Asselt, M.B.A. van, Fox, T., Versluis, E. & Vos, E.I.L. (2013). Regulating innovation, trade and uncertain risks. In M.B.A. van Asselt, E. Versluis & E. Vos (Eds.), Balancing between trade and risk: Integrating legal and social science perspectives (pp. 247-275). Abingdon, Oxon & New York: Routledge.

Beumer, K. & Bhattacharya, S. (2013). Emerging technologies in India: developments, debates and silences about nanotechnology. Science and Public Policy, online first 22 May 2013. DOI: 10.1093/scipol/sct016

Bijker, W.E. (2013). Good Fortune, Mirrors, and Kisses. Technology & Culture, 54(3), 600-618.

Bijsterveld, K.T. (2013). A Wall of Sound: The Gramophone, the Radio, and the Noise of Neighbours. In M. Bull (Ed.), Sound Studies (Critical Concepts in Media and Cutural Studies, Vol.2) (pp. 209-239). Abingdon, Oxon & New York: Routledge.

Bijsterveld, K.T. & Krebs, S. (2013). Listening to the Sounding Objects of the Past: The Case of the Car. In K. Franinovic & S. Serafin (Eds.), Sonic Interaction Design (pp. 3-38). Cambridge, MA: MIT Press.

Bont, R.F.J. de (2013). “Writing in Letters of Blood”: Manners in Scientific Dispute in Nineteenth-Century Britain and the German Lands. History of Science, 51(3), 309-335.

Burg, S. van den & Swierstra, T.E. (2013). Enhancing ethical reflection in the laboratory: How soft impacts require tough thinking. In S. van den Burg & T. Swierstra (Eds.), Ethics on the Laboratory Floor (pp. 5-22). Houndmills, Basingstoke, Hampshire & New York: Palgrave Macmillan.

Chakraborty, S. & Bouder, F. (2013). The Future of Risk Communication and the Role of the Pharmaceutical Industry. Current Drug Safety, 8(1), 4-10.

Dortmans, K. & Swierstra, T.E. (2013). Maintaining Reasonableness: How Facilitators Can Improve the Quality of Public Deliberation on New and Emerging Science and Technology. In K. Konrad, C. Coenen, A. Dijkstra, C. Milburn & H. van Lente (Eds.), Shaping Emerging Technologies: Governance, Innovation, Discourse (pp. 21-35). Berlin: IOS Press/AKA.

Drie, M. van (2013). Training the Auscultative Ear: Medical Textbooks and Teaching Tapes (1950-2010). The Senses & Society, 8(2), 165-191.

Evans, G.L. (2013). Ageing and Climate Change: A Society-Technology-Design discourse’. Design Journal, 16(2), 239-258.

Evans, G.L. (2013). Cultural Planning and Sustainable Development. In G. Baker & D. Stevenson (Eds.), Handbook of Planning and Culture (pp. 223-228). Aldershot: Ashgate.

Evans, G.L. (2013). Dressing Up London. In V. Girginov (Ed.), Handbook of the London2012 Olympic/Paralympic Games, Vol.2. Abingdon, Oxon & New York: Routledge.

Evans, G.L. & Heur, B. van (2013). European Capital of Culture-Emancipatory Practices and Euregional Strategies: the Case of Maastricht Via2018. In G. Richards, M.P. Brito & L. Wilks (Eds.), Exploring the Social Impacts of Events (pp. 73-84). Abingdon, Oxon & New York: Routledge.

Evans, G.L. (2013). Maastricht: From Treaty Town to European Capital of Culture’. In C. Grodach & D. Silver (Eds.), The Politics of Urban Policy: Global Perspectives (pp. 165 – 178). Abingdon, Oxon & New York: Routledge.

Fox, T., Asselt, M.B.A. van, Versluis, E. & Vos, E.I.L. (2013). Introduction. In M.B.A. Asselt van, E. Versluis & E.I.L. Vos (Eds.), Balancing between trade and risk. Integrating legal and social science perspectives (pp. 2-12). Abingdon, Oxon & New York: Routledge.

Fox, T., Versluis, E. & Van Asselt, M.B.A. (2013). Regulating the use of bisphenol A in baby and children’s products in the European Union: Trade implications of an uncertain risk. In M.B.A. Van Asselt, E. Versluis & E. Vos (Eds.), Balancing between Trade and Risk: Integrating legal and social science perspectives (pp. 147-171). Abingdon, Oxon & New York: Routledge.

Gabriels, R.H. (2013). Tussen Barmhartigheid en Rechtvaardigheid. Over Voedselbanken. Filosofie en Praktijk, 2(43), 56-72.

Haen, D.F. (2013). The Paradox of E-Numbers: Ethical, Aesthetic, and Cultural Concerns in the Dutch Discourse on Food Additives. Journal of Agricultural & Environmental Ethics, online first 22 January 2013. DOI: 10.1007/s10806-013-9440-4

Harris, A., Kelly, S. E. & Wyatt, S. (2013). Counseling customers: Emerging roles for genetic counselors in the direct-to-consumer genetic testing market. Journal of Genetic Counseling, 22(2), 277-288.

Harris, A. (2013). Degrees of difference: The politics of classifying international medical graduates. Health Sociology Review, 22(2), 210-220.

Harris, A. (2013). Encountering the Familiar Unknown: The Hidden Work of Adjusting Medical Practice between Local Settings. Journal of Contemporary Ethnography, online first 11 July 2013. DOI: 10.1177/0891241613494810

Harris, A. & Delany, C. (2013). International medical graduates in transition. The Clinical Teacher, 10(5), 328-332.

Harris, A., Wyatt, S. & Kelly, S. E. (2013). The gift of spit (and the obligation to return it): How consumers of online genetic testing services participate in research. Information, communication and society, 16(2), 236-257.

Hermann, J. (2013). Learning to be Moral. In B. Musschenga & A. van Harskamp (Eds.), What Makes Us Moral: On the Capacities and Conditions for being Moral (pp. 207-223). Dordrecht, Heidelberg & New York, London: Springer .

Heur, B. van, Leydesdorff, L. & Wyatt, S. (2013). Turning to Ontology in STS? Turning to STS through ‘Ontology. Social Studies of Science, 43(3), 341-362.

Homburg, E. (2013). The Era of Diversification and Globalization (1950-2012). In K. Bertrams, N. Coupain & E. Homburg (Eds.), Solvay: History of a Multinational Family Firm (pp. 331-564). New York: Cambridge University Press.

Hommels, A.M., Hogselius, P., Kaijser, A. & Vleuten, van der, E. (2013). Europe’s Infrastructure Vulnerabilities: Comparisons and Connections. In P. Hogselius, A. Hommels, A. Kaijser & E. Vleuten, van der (Eds.), The Making of Europe’s Critical Infrastructure. Common Connections and Shared Vulnerabilities (pp. 263-277). Houndmills, Basingstoke, Hampshire & New York: Palgrave Macmillan.

Hommels, A.M. & Cleophas, E. (2013). In Case of Breakdown: Dreams and Dilemmas of a Common European Standard for Emergency Communication. In P. Hogselius, A. Hommels, A. Kaijser & E. Vleuten, van der (Eds.), The Making of Europe’s Critical Infrastructure. Common Connections and Shared Vulnerabilities (pp. 239-260). Houndmills, Basingstoke, Hampshire & New York: Palgrave Macmillan.

Hommels, A.M., Egyedi, T.M. & Cleophas, E.M. (2013). Policy Change and Policy Incoherence: The Case of Competition Versus Public. Journal of European Integration, 35(4), 443-458.

Khandekar, A.D. & Reddy, D.S. (2013). An Indian Summer: Corruption, Class, and the Lokpal Protests. Journal of Consumer Culture, online first 13 August 2013. DOI: 10.1177/1469540513498614

Khandekar, A.D. (2013). Education Abroad: Engineering, Privatization, and the New Middle Class in Neoliberalizing India. Engineering Studies, 5(3), 179-198.

Lawton, T.P. (2013). Understanding Urban Practitioners’ Perspectives on Social-Mix Policies in Amsterdam: The Importance of Design and Social Space. Journal of Urban Design, 18(1), 98-118.

Lawton, T.P., Murphy, E. & Redmond, D. (2013). Residential Preferences of the Creative Class? Cities, 31(April), 47-56. DOI: 10.1010/j.cities.2012.04.002

Löfstedt, R., Bouder, F. & Chakraborty, S. (2013). Transparency and the Food and Drug Administration – A Quantitative study.  Journal of Health Communication, 18(4), 391-396.

Oosterhuis, H. & Slijkhuis, J. (2013). ‘Paralysed with fears and worries’: Neurasthenia as a gender specific disease of civilisation. History of Psychiatry, 24(1), 79-93.

Oosterhuis, H. & Lipperts, A. (2013). Falling Between Two Stools. The Difficult Emancipation of Bisexuality in the Netherlands. Journal of Bisexuality, 13(2), 245-272.

Paradis, E, Reeves, S., Leslie, M., Aboumatar, H., Chesluk, B., Clark, P.G., Courtney, M., Frank, L., Lamb, G., Lyndon, A., Mesman, J., Puntillo, K., Schmidt, M., Soeren, M. van, Wachter, R.M., Zwarenstein, M., Gropper, M.A. & Kitto, S. (2013). Exploring the nature of interprofessional collaboration and family member involvement in an intensive care context. Journal of Interprofessional Care, 28(1), 74-75.

Peters, P.F. (2013). Research Organs as Experimental Systems: Constructivist Notions of Experimentation in Artistic Research. In M Schwab (Ed.), Experimental Systems.  Future Knowledge in Artistic Research (Orpheus Institute Series) (pp. 87-101). Leuven: Leuven University Press.

Pinch, T. & Bijsterveld, K.T. (2013). ‘Should One Applaud?’: Breaches and Boundaries in the Reception of New Technology in Music. In M. Bull (Ed.), Sound Studies (Critical Concepts in Media and Cultural Studies, Vol. 3) (pp. 270-291). Abingdon, Oxon & New York: Routledge.

Sharon, T. (2013). The Missing Link: How Biology can Help Philosophy of Technology Complete its Ontological Shift. Tijdschrift voor filosofie, 75(1), 121-145.

Swierstra, T.E. (2013). Nanotechnology and Technomoral Change. Ethica & Politica/Ethics & Politics, XV(1), 200-219.

van Hoof, J. & Verkerk, M.J. (2013). Developing an integrated design model incorporating technology philosophy for the design of healthcare environments. Technology in Society, an international journal, 35(1), 1-13.

Vleuten, van der, E., Hogselius, P., Hommels, A.M. & Kaijser, A. (2013). Europe’s critical infrastructure and its vulnerabilities – promises, problems, paradoxes. In P. Hogselius, A. Hommels, A. Kaijser & E. Vleuten, van der (Eds.), The making of Europe’s critical infrastructure. Common connections and shared vulnerabilities (pp. 3-19). Houndmills, Basingstoke, Hampshire & New York: Palgrave Macmillan.

Wyatt, S., Harris, A., Adams, S. & Kelly, S. E. (2013). Illness online: Self-reported data and questions of trust in medical and social research. Theory Culture & Society, 30(4), 128-147.

Wyatt, S., Scharnhorst, A., Beaulieu, A. & Wouters, P. (2013). Introduction – Virtual Knowledge. In P. Wouters (Ed.), Virtual Knowledge (pp. 1-23). Cambridge, MA: The MIT Press.

 


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Beumer, K. (2012). A matter of scale: the visual representation of nanotechnologies. Spontaneous Generations: a journal for the history and philosophy of science, 6(1), 65 – 74.

Bijker, W.E. & Pinch, T.J. (2012). Preface to the Anniversary Edition. In W.E. Bijker, T.P. Hughes, T. Pinch & D.G. Douglas (eds.), The Social Construction of Technological Systems: New Directions in the Sociology and History of Technology (pp. xi – xxxiv). Cambridge, MA: MIT Press.

Bijsterveld, K.T. (2012). Listening to Machines: Industrial Noise, Hearing Loss and the Cultural Meaning of Sound. In J. Sterne (ed.), The Sound Studies Reader (pp. 152 – 167). New York: Routledge.

Bont, R.F.J. de (2012). Dieren zonder grenzen: Over wetenschap en internationale natuurbescherming, 1890-1940. Tijdschrift voor Geschiedenis, 125(4), 520 – 535.

Bont, R.F.J. de & Heynickx, Rajesh (2012). Landscapes of nostalgia: Biologists and literary intellectuals protecting Belgium’s ‘Wilderness’. Environment and History, 18(2), 237 – 260.

Bruyninckx, J.L.M. (2012). Sound Sterile: Making Scientific Field Recordings in Ornithology. In T. Pinch & K. Bijsterveld (eds.), The Oxford Handbook of Sound Studies (pp. 127 – 150). Oxford: Oxford University Press.

Cleophas, E.M. & Bijsterveld, K.T. (2012). Selling Sound: Testing, Designing and Marketing Sound in the European Car Industry. In T. Pinch & K.T. Bijsterveld (eds.), The Oxford Handbook of Sound Studies (pp. 102 – 124). Oxford: Oxford University Press.

Depaepe, Marc, Bont, R.F.J. de & Dams, Kristof (2012). How Darwinism has affected non-Catholic as well as Catholic psycho-pedagogical constructs in Belgium from the 1870s to the 1930s. Paedagogica Historica. International Journal on the History of Education, 48(1), 51 – 66.

Eeten, M. van & Bouder, F. (2012). The Diva and Destiny: Can the Voter be Appeased With Fatalism? European Journal of Risk Regulation, 3, 293 – 303.

Fickers, A. & O’Dwyer, A. (2012). Reading between the lines. A transnational history of the Franco-British “entente cordiale” in Post-war television. VIEW Journal of European Television History and Culture, 1(2), 56 – 70.

Fickers, A. (2012). The emergence of television as a conservative media revolution: Historicising a process of remediation in the Post-war Western European mass media ensemble. Journal of Modern European History, 10(1), 49 – 75.

Fickers, A. (2012). Towards A New Digital Historicism? Doing History In The Age Of Abundance. VIEW Journal of European Television History and Culture, 1(1), 19 – 26.

Fickers, A. (2012). The Birth of Eurovision. Transnational Television as a Challenge for Europe and Contemporary Media Historiography. In A. Fickers & C. Johnson (eds.), Transnational Television History. A Comparative Approach (pp. 13 – 32). New York: Routledge.

Fickers, A. (2012). Visibly Audible. The Radio Dial as Mediating Interface. In T. Pinch & K. Bijsterveld (eds.), Oxford Handbook of Sound Studies (pp. 411 – 439). Oxford: Oxford University Press.

Jacobs, A.E.G. (2012). Oorlogsgeluid in de Stad en Stadsgeluid in Oorlogstijd: Klank en Betekenis. Stadsgeschiedenis, 7(1), 42 – 58.

Krebs, S. (2012). Standardizing Car Sound – Integrating Europe? International Traffic Noise Abatement and the Emergence of a European Car Identity, 1950-1975. History and technology, 28(1), 25 – 47.

Krebs, S. (2012). “Sobbing, Whining, Rumbling” – Listening to Automobiles as Social Practice. In T. Pinch & K. Bijsterveld (eds.), The Oxford Handbook of Sound Studies (pp. 79 – 101). Oxford, New York: Oxford University Press.

Mesman, J. (2012). Moving in With Care: About Patient Safety as a Spatial Achievement. Space and Culture, 15(1), 31 – 43.

Oosterhuis, H. & Slijkhuis, J. (2012). ‘Door Vrees en Tobberijen Bevangen’. Neurasthenie als Genderspecifieke Beschavingsziekte. Tijdschrift voor Geschiedenis, 125(1), 21 – 33.

Oosterhuis, H. (2012). Sexual Modernity in the Works of Richard von Krafft-Ebing and Albert Moll. Medical History, 56(2), 133 – 155.

Oosterhuis, H. (2012). Mental Health as Civic Virtue: Psychological Definitions of Citizenship in the Netherlands (1900-1985). In K. Brückweh, D. Schumann, R.F. Wetzell & B. Ziemann (eds.), Engineering Society. The Role of the Human and Social Sciences Social in Modern Societies 1880-1980 (pp. 159 – 178). Basingstoke and New York: Palgrave MacMillan.

Pavlovskaya, M. & Bier, J.L. (2012). Mapping Census Data for Difference: Towards the Heterogeneous Geographies of the Arab American Communities of the New York Metropolitan Area. Geoforum, 43(3), 483 – 496.

Peters, P.F. & Kloppenburg, S. (2012). Confined Mobilities: Following Indonesian Migrant Workers on Their Way Home. Tijdschrift voor Economische en Sociale Geografie, 103(5), 530 – 541.

Peters, P.F. (2012). Walking down the Boulevard. On Performing Cultural Tourism Mobilities. In R. van der Duim, C. Ren & G.T. Jóhannesson (eds.), Actor-Network Theory and Tourism: Ordering, Materiality and Multiplicity (pp. 94 – 110). London: Routledge.

Peters, P.F. (2012). Roadside Wilderness: U.S. National Park Design in the 1950s and 1960s. In T. Patin (ed.), Observation Points. The Visual Poetics of National Parks (pp. 55 – 76). Minneapolis, MN: University of Minnesota Press.

Pinch, T. & Bijsterveld, K.T. (2012). New Keys to the World of Sound. In T. Pinch & K. Bijsterveld (eds.), The Oxford Handbook of Sound Studies (pp. 3 – 35). Oxford: Oxford University Press.

Rath, B., Mohammad, A., Elemuwa, C., Maurer, W., Bouder, F., Mworozi, E., Diedrich, S., Khamesipour, A. & Kochhar, S. (2012). Prioritizing polio. Expert Review of Vaccines, 11(12), 1389 – 1392.

Shah, E. (2012). ‘A Life Wasted Making Dust’: Affective Histories of Dearth, Debt and Farmers’ Suicides in India. Journal of Peasant Studies, 39(5), 1159 – 1179.

Shah, E. (2012). Seeing Like a Subaltern: Historical Ethnography of Pre-Modern and Modern Tank Irrigation Technology in Karnataka, India. Water Alternatives, 5(2), 507 – 538.

Shah, E. (2012). Ethics of Technological Modernity: A Contemporary Interpretation of Gandhi’s Hind Swaraj towards Critiquing Craig Venter. In G. Shah (ed.), Re-Reading Hind Swaraj: Modernity and Subaltern. London: Routledge.

Sharon, T. (2012). A Cartography of the Posthuman: Humanist, Non-Humanist and Mediated Perspectives on Emerging Biotechnologies. Krisis, 2, 4 – 19.

Somsen, G.J. & Acker, W. van (2012). A Tale of Two World Capitals: The Internationalisms of Pieter Eijkman and Paul Otlet. Revue belge de philologie et d’histoire / Belgisch tijdschrift voor filologie en geschiedenis, 90(4), 181 – 201.

Somsen, G.J. (2012). “Holland’s Calling”: Dutch Scientists’ Self-fashioning as International Mediators. In R. Lettevall, G.J. Somsen & S. Widmalm (eds.), Neutrality in Twentieth-Century Europe. Intersections of Science, Culture, and Politics after the First World War (pp. 45 – 64). New York and London: Routledge.

Somsen, G.J., Widmalm, S. & Lettevall, R. (2012). Introduction. In G.J. Somsen, S. Widmalm & R. Lettevall (eds.), Neutrality in Twentieth-Century Europe. Intersections of Science, Culture, and Politics after the First World War (pp. 1 – 15). New York and London: Routledge.

Stoffers, M. (2012). Cycling as Heritage: Representing the History of Cycling in the Netherlands. Journal of Transport History, 33(1), 92 – 114.

Supper, A. (2012). The Search for the ‘Killer Application’: Drawing the Boundaries around the Sonification of Scientific Data. In K.T. Bijsterveld & T.J. Pinch (eds.), The Oxford Handbook of Sound Studies (pp. 249 – 270). Oxford/New York: Oxford University Press.

Swierstra, T.E. (2012). Brave New World. Platonism 2.0. In P. Brey et al. (eds.), The Good Life in a Technological Age (pp. 272 – 280). New York: Routledge.

Swierstra, T.E. & Molder, H. te (2012). Risk and Soft Impacts. In S. Roeser, R. Hillerbrand, P. Sandin & P. Peterson (eds.), Handbook of Risk Theory (pp. 1050 – 1066). Dordrecht: Springer.

Swierstra, T.E. & Waelbers, K. (2012). Designing a good life: A matrix for the technological mediation of morality. Science and Engineering Ethics, 18 (157), 151-172.

Verkerk, M.J., Verkerk-Vegter, C. & Streek, H.J. van de (2012). Herman Bavinck en het ‘Vrouwenvraagstuk’. Religie als Motivatie en Inspiratie. Tijdschrift voor Genderstudies, 15(1), 20 – 31.

Zeiss, R. (2012). Water – An Exploration of the Boundaries of Bio-Objects. In N. Vermeulen, S. Tamminen & A. Webster (eds.), Bio-Objects – Life in the 21st Century (pp. 43 – 59). Surrey: Ashgate.

 


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2011

Bont, R. de (2011). Poetry and precision. Johannes Thienemann, the bird observatory in Rossitten and civic ornithology. Journal of the History of Biology, 44, 171-203.doi: 10.1007/s10739-009-9209-9

Bouder, F. (2011). Does hazard-based communication work? European Journals of Risk Regulation, 2, 173-175.

Carroll, K., & Mesman, J. (2011). Ethnographic context meets ethnographic biography: A challenge for the mores of doing fieldwork. International Journal of Methodological Research Approaches, 5(2), 155-168.

Dijk, H.F.G. van, Rongen, E. van, Eggermont, G., Lebret, E., Bijker, W.E., & Timmermans, R.M.D. (2011). The role of scientific advisory bodies in precaution-based risk governance illustrated with the issue of uncertain health effects of electromagnetic fields. Journal of Risk Research, 14(4), 451-466. doi:10.1080/13669877.2011.553729

Dorstewitz, P., & Quadros, A. (2011). Community, communication, social change: Music in an Indian slum. International Journal of Community Music, 4(1), 51-62.

Doorn, N. van, Wyatt, S. & Zoonen, L. van (2011). A body of text: Revisiting textual performances of gender and sexuality on the Internet. In M.C. Kearney (ed.), The gender and media reader (pp. 423-435). London, England: Routledge.

Evans, G. L. (2011). Hold back the night – Nuit Blanche events in capital cities. Current Issues in Tourism, 15(1/2), 35-49.

Evans, G. L. (2011). Events, cities and the night time economy. In S.J. Page & J. Connell (Eds.), Handbook of events (pp. 415 -431). London, England: Routledge.

Evans, G. L. (2011). Cities of culture and the regeneration game. London Journal of Tourism, Sport and Creative Industries, 6, 5-18.

Fox, T., Versluis, E. & Asselt, M.B.A. van (2011). Regulating the use of Bisphenol A in baby and children’s products in the European Union: Current developments and scenarios for the regulatory future. European Journal of Risk Regulation, 2(1), 21-35.

Fox, T., Versluis, E., & Asselt, M.B.A. van (2011). The use of Bisphenol A in baby bottles: Regulatory challenges in dealing with uncertain risks. StoffR – Zeitung fuer Stoffrecht, 8(2), 69-81.

Harris, A. (2011). In a moment of mismatch: Overseas doctors’ adjustments in new hospital environments. Sociology of Health and Illness, 33(2), 308-320.

Harris, A. (2011). In a moment of mismatch: overseas doctors’ adjustments in new hospital environments. In J. Twigg, C. Wolkowitz, R. L. Cohen & S. Nettleton (Eds.), Body work in health and social care: Critical themes, new agendas (pp. 134-146). London: Wiley-Blackwell.

Heur, B. van & Lorentzen, A. (2011). Introduction: Cultural political economy of small cities. In A. Lorentzen & B. van Heur (Eds.), Cultural political economy of small cities (pp. 1-14). London, England: Routledge.

Heur, B. van (2011). Small cities and the sociospatial specificity of economic development: A heuristic approach. In A. Lorentzen & B. van Heur (Eds.), Cultural political economy of small cities (pp. 17-30). London, England: Routledge.

Khandekar, A. & Otsuki, G. (2011). Remediation and scaling: The making of global identities. In R. Chopra & R. Gajjala (Eds.), Global media, identity & culture: Theory, cases, approaches (pp. 128-141). New York, USA: Routledge.

Kloe, F. de (2011). Arenas of truth making: the HIV/AIDS correlation as a case of contested facticity in science, politics and journalism. Krisis. Journal for Contemporary Philosophy, 1, 21-33.

Krebs, S. (2011). The French quest for the silent car body: Technology, comfort and distinction in the Interwar period. Transfers. Interdisciplinary Journal of Mobility Studies, 1(3), 64-89.

Lachmund, J. (2011). The making of an urban ecology. Biological expertise and wildlife preservation in West Berlin. In D. Brantz & S. Dümpelmann (Eds.), Greening the city. Urban landscapes in the Twentieth Century (pp. 204-227). Charlottesville, USA: University of Virginia Press.

Löfstedt, R., Bouder, F., Wardman, J. K. & Chakraborty, S. (2011). The changing nature of regulation and communication of risk in Europe. Journal of Risk Research, 14(4), 409-429.

Lucivero, F., Swierstra, T., Boenink, M. (2011). Assessing expectations: Towards a toolbox for an ethics of emerging technologies. NanoEthics, 5(2), 129-141.

Pasveer, B. (2011). A house for knowledge: Using metaphors to guide knowledge sharing and learning in development organisations. Knowledge Management for Development Journal, 6(3), 219-231.

Pinch, T. & Bijsterveld, K. (2011). Sound studies: New technologies and music. In C. Rojek (Ed.) Popular music, volume 2: Technology and copyright: Formations of technology (pp. 3-16). London, England: Sage.

Sharon, T. (2011). A Schizoanalysis of Emerging Biotechnologies: Renaturalized Nature, the Disclosed Secret of Life, and Technologically Authentic Selfhood. Configurations, 19(3), 431-460.

Swierstra, T. (2011). Technology as material ethics. In W. Dubbink, L. van Liedekerke & H. van Luijk (Eds.), European business ethics. Cases in context (pp. 177-182). Dordrecht, The Netherlands: Springer.

Swierstra, T. (2011). Behavior, environment or body. Three discourses on obesity. In M. Korthals (Ed.), Genomics, obesity and the struggle over responsibilities (pp. 27-38). Dordrecht, The Netherlands: Springer.

Swierstra, T. & J. Keulartz (2011). Obesity in 2020. Three scenarios on techno-socio-ethical co-evolution. In M. Korthals (Ed.), Genomics, obesity and the struggle over responsibilities (pp. 97-112). Dordrecht, The Netherlands: Springer.

 

 


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