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Recent work (2015-present)
Life Writing and Graphic Narratives
The World Egg and the Ouroboros: Two Models for Theoretical Biology
See a description of the collection in which this article appears here.
Graphic Medicine in the University
Marina Zurkow's Epigenetic Landscapes (O-Zone, 2013)
"Rubber Chicken" in Petroleum Manga
The World Egg and the Ouroboros
Case Narrative and Objectivity, Chickens and Comics: My Story about Kathryn Montgomery
Interspecies Reproduction: Xenogenic Desire and the Feminist Implications of Hybrids
From Our Bodies, Ourselves to Our Comics, Ourselves: Feminist Interventions in Sex Ed in the Medical Humanities
Read about the collection here. I also co-authored a chapter on feminist science studies.
Read about the collection Animal Encounters here.
Literature and Medicine, Future Tense: Making it Graphic
So Long as They Grow Out of It: Comics, The Discourse of Developmental Normalcy, and Disability
The Sky Is Falling: Risk, Safety, and the Avian Flu
Modernism and Medicine
Read about the collection Gender in Modernism: New Geographies, Complex Intersections here.
Beyond Nescience: the intersectional insights of health humanities
Medical Humanities and Cultural Studies: Lessons Learned from an NEH Institute
The Paradox of Prozac as an Enhancement Technology
Read about the collection Prozac as a Way of Life here.
Meditation, Disability, and Identity
Ontogeny, Ontology, and Phylogeny: Embryonic Life and Stem Cell Technologies
Transplant Medicine and Transformative Narrative, or Is Science Fiction "Rubbish"?
Read more about the collection Biotechnological and Medical Themes in Science Fiction here.
Afterword to Native Tongue: Encoding a Woman's Language
Afterword to The Judas Rose: Gender, Technology and Violence
Afterword to Earthsong: The Meandering Feminist Revolution of Earthsong
Aus der Sicht der Gewebekulturen. Neue Lebensspannen fuer den Menschen
Read about the collection Genealogie und Genetik. Schnittstellen zwischen Biologie und Kulturgeschichte here.
Life and Death at Strangeways: The Tissue-Culture Point of View
Read about the collection Biotechnology and Culture: Bodies, Anxiety, Ethics here.