In the Journals

In the Journals, July 2015—Part I

Here is the first of two postings for this month’s “In the Journals,” featuring a lively collection of summer articles.  Happy reading/browsing/downloading!

 

Science, Technology, & Human Values

Regulatory Anatomy: How “Safety Logics” Structure European Transplant Medicine

Klaus Hoeyer

This article proposes the term “safety logics” to understand attempts within the European Union (EU) to harmonize member state legislation to

In the Journals

In the Journals, July 2014 – Part I

Critical Public Health

“Tracking governance: advice to mothers about managing the behaviour of their children in a leading Canadian women’s magazine during two disease regimes”

Juanne N. Clarke

This paper explores how advice to mothers about raising healthy children differs in two distinct disease regimes as portrayed in articles in the pre-eminent Canadian women’s magazine Chatelaine about 50 years apart,

Books

Book review: Paul Rabinow’s The Accompaniment

The Accompaniment: Assembling the Contemporary

by Paul Rabinow

Chicago: University of Chicago Press, 2011

248 pp, US$21.00 paperback

From the start, I should note that I have never particularly liked the genre of the book review.  They always read like the experience of going to a museum and listening to one of those guided audio tours—complete with headsets and portable …