This is a list of articles, other non-book publications and projects by all members of the department that demonstrate the range of our intellectual engagement. For a list of faculty book publications see "Faculty Publications."


Dysart, Taylor. "(Re)Visiting The (Mental) Spaces Of Our Research."  Environmental History Now: A Platform on Representation, Engagement and Community. 28 February 2020.

Lindee, Susan. "First Peoples of the Atomic Age: Finding New Kinds of Data in the Biobanks of the Radiation Effects Research Foundation," HSNS 50.5 (November 2020)

Lutz, Amy.  We Walk: Life with Severe Autism  New York Times Review

Mukharji, Projit. New co-editor of Osiris.

Mukharji, Projit. "Bloodworlds: A Hematology of the 1952 Indo-Australian Genetical Survey of the Chenchus," HSNS 50.5 (November 2020) 

Rider, Alexis: collaborated with writer and artist Himali Singh Soin on her film, we are opposite like that.  

Sabel, Claire Conklin.  Pamela H.Smith, Tianna Uchacz, Naomi Rosenkranz, and Claire Conklin Sabel. “The Making of Empirical Knowledge: Recipes, Craft, and Scholarly Communication.” In Reassembling Scholarly Communications: Histories, Infrastructures, and Global Politics of Open Access, edited by Martin Paul Eve and Jonathan Gray. Cambridge: MIT Press, 2020. [The entire collection of essays is also open-access]



Adamson B, Cohen AB, Estevez M, Magee K, Williams E, Gross CP, Meropol NJ, Davidoff AJ. "Affordable Care Act (ACA) Medicaid expansion impact on racial disparities in time to cancer treatment." J Clin Oncol. 2019;37(suppl; abstract LBA1).  (Aaron Cohen is HSOC '08 and went to Penn Med.)

Brinitzer. Cameron.  Co-editor Special Focus section for the History of Anthropology Newsletter with colleague Gabriel Coren on Georges Canguilhem's "The Living and Its Milieu." Contributors include Hannah Landecker, Adriana Petryna, Todd Meyers, Kathleen Stewart, and Carlo Caduff. 

Cooper, Austin R“A Ray of Sunshine on French Tables”: Citrus Fruit, Colonial Agronomy, and French Rule in Algeria (1930–1962)" Historical Studies in the Natural Sciences, Vol. 49 No. 3, June 2019: 241-272.

Crnic, Megan and Michelle C. Kondo, "Nature Rx: Reemergence of Pediatric Nature-Based Therapeutic Programs From the Late 19th and Early 20th Centuries," American Journal of Public Health (August 2019)

Kaplan, Judith.  "Visual formalisms in comparative-historical linguistics" in Form and Formalism in Linguistics, ed. James McElvenny (Language Science Press, 2019)

_______ and Rebecca Lemov. " Archiving Endangerment, Endangered Archives: Journeys through the Sound Archives of Americanist Anthropology and Linguistics, 1911–2016."  Technology and Culture 60.2, Supplement (April 2019): S161-S187

Loeb, Zachary. "Towards a Bright Mountain: Laudato Si' and the Critique of Technology." in Care for the World: Laudato Si' and Catholic Social Thought in an Era of Climate Crisis. Ed. Frank Pasquale. New York: Cambridge University Press, 2019. 

Loeb, Zachary.  "The Lessons of Y2K, Twenty Years Later." Washington Post 12.30.19

Rider, Alexis: collaborated with the winner of the 2019 Frieze Artist Award, Himali Singh Soin, on a film that will be screening shortly at Frieze London (details here) and touring biennales next year, starting with the Dhaka Art Summit in Feb 2020; written up in the New York Times 

Rider, Alexis.  "Ice."  Cultural Anthropology 27 June 2019.

Sabel, Claire. "The Impact of European Trade with Southeast Asia on the Mineralogical Studies of Robert Boyle,"
     in Michael Bycroft and Sven Dupré eds. Gems in the Early Modern World Materials, Knowledge and Global Trade, 1450–1800.
     Palgrave Macmillan, 2019, 87-116

Turner, Roger. “The Green New Deal is missing some vital elements—and will fail without them,” Quartz, March 5, 2019. 

Turner, Roger. “Reimagining rare earth elements in a sacrifice zone-free future,” (February 6, 2019). 

Welk-Joerger, Nicole. "Restoring Eden in the Amish Anthropocene." Environmental Humanities (2019) 11 (1): 72-100.