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Current publications

Broom, Kenny, Williams Veazey et al (2022). Living (well) with cancer in the precision eraSSM – Qualitative Research in Health.

Williams Veazey (2022). Mothers in the Middle: Rethinking Middling Migration as Relational. In Robertson & Roberts (eds.) Rethinking Privilege and Social Mobility in Middle-Class Migration. Routledge.

Broom J, Williams Veazey, Broom A, et al (2022) Experiences of the SARS-CoV-2 pandemic amongst Australian Healthcare workers: From stressors to protective factors. Journal of Hospital Infection.

Broom, A., Peterie, M., Kenny, K., Ehlers, N., Ramia, G.,. (2022) The administration of harm: From unintended consequences to harm by design. Critical Social Policy

Broom, A., Kenny, K., Williams Veazey, L., Page, A., Prainsack, B., Wakefield, C., Khasraw, M., Itchins, M., Lwin, Z., (2022) Living (well) with cancer in the precision era. Social Science and Medicine-Qualitative Research in Health

Broom, A., Doron, A. (2022) Resistant bugs, porous borders and ecologies of care in India. Social Science and Medicine. Volume 292, January 2022, 114520.

Linceviciute, S., Ridge, D., Gautier, C., Broom, A., Oliffe, J., & Dando, C. (2022). ‘We're welcomed into people's homes every day’ versus ‘we're the people that come and arrest you’: The relational production of masculinities and vulnerabilities among male first responders. Sociology of Health & Illness. DOI: 10.1111/1467-9566.13481/

Handlovsky, I., Ferlatte, O., Kia, H., Knight, R., Broom, A., & Oliffe, J. (2022). Processes underpinning survival in gay men living with HIV and a history of suicidalitySociology of Health & Illness.

Kirby, E., Kenny, K., Broom, A. and Lwin, Z. (2022). Chronicity in/and cancer: a qualitative interview study of health professionals, patients, and family carersCritical Public Health.

Broom, J., Veazey, L., Broom, A., et al. (2022) Experiences of the SARS-CoV-2 pandemic amongst Australian Healthcare workers: From stressors to protective factors. Journal of Hospital Infection Volume 121, March 2022, Pages 75-81

Broom, J., Broom, A., Williams Veazey, L., Burns, P., Degeling, C. Hor, S., Barratt, R., Wyer, M., Gilbert, G. (2022). “One minute it’s an airborne virus, then it’s a droplet virus, and then it’s like nobody really knows…”: Experiences of pandemic PPE amongst Australian healthcare workersInfection, Disease & Health.

Page, A., Broom, A., Kenny, K., Lwin, Z., Wakefield, C., Itchins, M. Khasraw, M. (2022). Experiencing the SARS-CoV-2 pandemic whilst living with cancerQualitative Health Research. Volume: 32 issue: 3, page(s): 426-439

Williams Veazey, L., Broom, A., Kenny, K., Degeling, C., Wyer, M., Hor, S., Broom, J., Burns, P., Gilbert, G. (2022 in press) Paradoxes of pandemic infection control: proximity, pace and care within and beyond SARS-CoV-2. Social Science and Medicine-Qualitative Research in Health

Limato, R., Nelwan, E., Mudia, M., Alamanda, M., Manurung, E., Mauleti, I., Mayasari, M., Firmansyah, I., Djafaar, R., Vu Thi Lan, H., Doorn, R., Broom, Hamers (2022) Perceptions, views and practices regarding antibiotic prescribing and stewardship among hospital physicians in Jakarta, IndonesiaBMJ Open

Nampoothiri, V.; Bonaconsa, C.; Surendran, S.; Mbamalu, O; Nambatya, W.; Ahabwe B., Peter; Ahmad, R; Castro-Sánchez, E; Broom, A.; Szymczak, J.; Zingg, W.; Gilchrist, M.; Holmes, A.; Mendelson, M.; Singh, .; McLeod, M; Charani, E. (2022) What does antimicrobial stewardship look like where you are? Global narratives from participants in a Massive Open Online Course. Journal of Antimicrobial Chemotherapy-AMR Volume 4, Issue 1, dlab186.

Ramia, G., & Perrone, L. (2021). Crisis Management, Policy Reform, and Institutions: The Social Policy Response to COVID-19 in Australia. Social Policy and Society, 1-15.

Ramia, G. (2021). Crises in international education, and government responses: a comparative analysis of racial discrimination and violence towards international students. Higher education, 82(3), 599-613.

Morris, A., Mitchell, E., Wilson, S., Ramia, G., & Hastings, C. (2022). Loneliness within the home among international students in the private rental sector in Sydney and Melbourne. Urban Policy and Research, 40(1), 67-81.

Marston, G., Humpage, L., Peterie, M., Mendes, P., Bielefeld, S., & Staines, Z. (2022). Compulsory income management in Australia and New Zealand: more harm than good?. Policy Press.

Peterie, M. (2022). Visiting Immigration Detention: Care And Cruelty In Australia's Asylum Seeker Prisons. Policy Press.

Anderson, W. (2021). The model crisis, or how to have critical promiscuity in the time of Covid-19. Social Studies of Science, 0306312721996053.

Anderson, W. (2021). The Whiteness of Bioethics. Journal of Bioethical Inquiry, 1-5.

Anderson, W., & Sankaran, N. (2021). Historiography and Immunology. Handbook of the Historiography of Biology, 393-409.

Anderson W., Lindee M.S. (2021). Decolonizing Histories of Genetics? UC Press Blog.

Boucher, A. (2021, Under contract offer). Patterns of exploitation: Understanding migrant worker rights in advanced democracies. Oxford University Press, New York.

Boucher, A. and Cerna, L. (2021). Labour migration: Skilled, unskilled and temporary. In Money, J. and Lockhardt S. eds. International Migration: Population Movements in the C21st, Routledge,

Boucher, A. and Gest, J. (2021, forthcoming). A segmented theory of immigration regime development, Polity.

Broom, A., Kenny, K. (2021). Survivorship: A Sociology of Cancer in Everyday Life. London and New York: Routledge.

Burton, S., Kieslich, K., Paul, K., Samuel, G. and Prainsack, B. (2021). Rethinking value construction in biomedicine and healthcare. BioSocieties,

Celermajer, D. (2021). The Tick-tick-ticking Time Bomb and Erosion of Human rights Institutions. In Danielle Celermajer, Millicent Churcher, Moira Gatens (Eds.), Institutional Transformations: Imagination, Embodiment, and Affect. UK: Routledge (Taylor and Francis).

Celermajer, D., (2021), Summertime, Penguin. 

Celermajer, D., Churcher, M., Gatens, M. (2021). Institutional Transformations: Imagination, Embodiment, and Affect. UK: Routledge (Taylor and Francis).

Chao, S. (2021 in press). “Children of the Palms: Growing Plants and People in Merauke, West Papua.” Journal of the Royal Anthropological Institute. 28(2).

Chao, S. (2021). Beetle or Bug? Multispecies Politics in a West Papuan Oil Palm Plantation. American Anthropologist. 123(2). Forthcoming.

de Leeuw, M., & van Wichelen, S. (2020). Legal personhood in postgenomic times: Plasticity, rights, and relationality. In Personhood in the Age of Biolegality (pp. 55-72). Palgrave Macmillan, Cham.

Elliott J., Parrish T., Walton D., Vassallo A., Fundaun J., Wasielewski M., Courtney D. (2021). Does Overall Cervical Spine Pathology Relate to the Clinical Heterogeneity of Chronic Whiplash? American Journal of Emergency Medicine, 38(5):869-873.

Elliott J., Rueckeis C., Pan Y., Parrish T., Walton D., Linnstaedt S. (2021). microRNA let-7i-5p mediates the relationship between muscle fat infiltration and neck pain disability following motor vehicle collision: a preliminary study. Scientific Reports.

Hamby, A. and van Laer, T. (2021 forthcoming). Not Whodunit but Whydunit: Story Characters’ Motivations Influence Audience Interest in Services. SSRN.

Hamilton, M; Timonen, V; Craig, L; Adamson, E (2021 in press) ‘Policies for Active Ageing and their Family-Related Assumptions and Consequences’, Chapter 58 in M. Daly, N. Gilbert, B. Pfau-Effinger & D. Besharov. (eds) International Handbook of Family Policy: A Life-Course Perspective, Oxford University Press.

Heinsen, L., Wahlberg, A. & Petersen, V. (2021). Surveillance life and the shaping of genetically at risk chronicities. Anthropology & Medicine, 27.

Henningham, M. (2021 in press). Blak, Bi+ and Borderlands: An Autoethnography on Multiplicities of Indigenous Queer Identities Using Borderland Theory. Social Inclusion.

Henningham, M., Jones, T. (2021 in press). Intersex Students, Sex-based Relational Learning & Isolation. Sex Education.

Hoggarth M., Elliott J.,Smith Z., Paliwal M., Kwasny M., Wasielewski M., Webber K. II, Parrish T. (2021). Is Recovery from Whiplash Influenced by Macromolecular Changes in Spinal Cord White Matter? Scientific  Reports, 10 (22221).

Islam, Md. Nazrul (Ed.) (2021). Chinese Medicine and Transnational Transition during the Modern Era: Commodification, Hybridity, and Segregation. Singapore: Palgrave Macmillan.

Kirchhelle, C. (2021). ‘Between Bacteriology and Toxicology: Agricultural Antibiotics and US Risk Regulation (1949-1985)’, in Creager, Angela and Gaudillière, Jean-Paul (eds.), Risk on the Table: Food, Health, and Environmental Exposure (New York: Berghahn, 2021), 214-242.

Manderson, L., Burke, N. & Wahlberg, A. (2021, forthcoming). Viral Loads – Anthropologies of Urgency in the Time of COVID-19. London: UCL Press

O’Doherty, K.  Shabani, M. … Prainsack, B.,  Terry, S.,  Thorogood, A., and Burke, W. (2021). Toward better governance of human genomic data. Nature Genetics 53: 2-8.

Oliffe, J. L., Ferlatte, O., Ogrodniczuk, J. S., Seidler, Z. E., Kealy, D., & Rice, S. M. (2021). How to Save a Life: Vital Clues From Men Who Have Attempted SuicideQualitative health research31(3), 415-429.

Race, K., Murphy, D., Pienaar, K., Lea T. (2021) Injecting as a sexual practice: cultural formations of ‘slamsex’Sexualities.

Ramia, G. (2021 in press). Crises in International Education, and Government Responses: A Comparative Analysis of Racial Discrimination and Violence Towards International Students', Higher Education.

Ramia, G. and Perrone, L. (2021, in press), ‘Crisis Management, Policy Reform, and Institutions: The Social Policy Response to COVID-19 in Australia’, Social Policy and Society.

Rosengarten, Marsha. 2021. COVID-19 diagnoses: a source of immanent values and novelty. Medical Anthropology Theory, 8(2), pp. 1-10.

Rosengarten, Marsha . in press 2021. An unfinished history: a story of ongoing events and mutating HIV problems. In: Susan Kippax; Adam Bourne; Sarah Bernays; Peter Aggleton and Richard Parker, eds. Remaking HIV Prevention in the 21st Century: The Promise of TasP, U=U and PrEP. Cham, Switzerland: Springer. ISBN 9783030698188

Rosengarten, Marsha ; Sekuler, Todd; Binder, Beate; Dzuiban, Agata and Baenziger, Peter-Paul. 2021. Beyond Biological Citizenship: HIV/AIDS, Health, and Activism in Europe Reconsidered. Critical Public Health, 31(1), pp. 1-4. ISSN 0958-1596

Shiloh Krupar & Nadine Ehlers (2021) Biocultures: a critical approach to mundane biomedical governanceCulture, Theory and Critique.

Soutphommasane, T. (2021, forthcoming). Racial discrimination and the law. In M. Castan & P. Gerber (Eds.), Critical Perspectives on Human Rights Law, 2nd ed.. Sydney: Thompson Reuters.

Stone D., Ward E., Bogaardt H., Heard R., Martin-Harris B., Smith A., Elliott J. (2021). Self-Reported Dysphagia and Pharyngeal Volume following Whiplash Injury. Dysphagia.

Wagenaar, H. and Prainsack, B. (2021, in press). The Pandemic Within: Policy Making for a Better World. Bristol, UK: Policy Press.

Tschakert, P., Schlosberg, D., Celermajer, D., Rickards, L., Winter, C., Thaler, M., ... & Verlie, B. (2021). Multispecies justice: Climate‐just futures with, for and beyond humans. Wiley Interdisciplinary Reviews: Climate Change, e699.

Past publications

Adkins, L. (2020). Labor in the Financial Era: Assets, Debt and the Speculative Worker. In P. Mader, D. Mertens, and N. van der Zwan (Eds.), The Routledge International Handbook of Financialization, (pp. 335-339). London: Routledge.

Adkins, L., Cooper, M., Konings, M. (2020). Class in the 21st century: Asset inflation and the new logic of inequality. Environment and Planning A.

Adkins, L., Cooper, M., Konings, M. (2020). The Asset Economy. Cambridge, UK: Polity Press. 

Adkins, L., Ylostalo, H. (2020). Experimenting with Wellbeing: Basic Income, Immaterial Labour and Changing Forms of ProductivityCritical Sociology.

Anderson, W. (2020). The Philippine Covidscape Colonial Public Health Redux?. Philippine Studies: Historical and Ethnographic Viewpoints, 68(3), 325-337.

Anderson, W., & Lindee, M. S. (2020). Pacific Biologies: How Humans Become Genetic. Historical Studies in the Natural Sciences, 50(5), 483-497.

Anderson, W. (2020). From Racial Types to Aboriginal Clines: The Illustrative Career of Joseph B. Birdsell. Historical Studies in the Natural Sciences, 50(5), 498-524.

Anderson, W., & Giuliani, A. (2020). Unmasked: Face-work in a Pandemic. Arena, (2), 80.

Anderson, W. (2020). STS with East Asian Characteristics?. East Asian Science, Technology and Society, 14(1), 163-168.

Anderson, W. (2020). The Way We Live Now?. Isis, 111(4), 834-837.

Anderson W., Dunk J. (2020) Planetary Health Histories: An Interview with Warwick Anderson and James Dunk, by Marcos Cueto. História, Ciências, Saúde – Manguinhos.

Barbara Prainsack (2020). The value of healthcare data: To nudge, or not? Policy Studies 41(5), 547-562.

Barbara Prainsack (2020). Vom Wert des Menschen: Warum wir ein bedingungsloses Grundeinkommen brauchen (The value of humans: Why we need a universal basic income). Wien: Brandstätter (in German).

Barbara Prainsack. (2020). Solidarity in times of pandemics. Democratic Theory 7(2): 124-133.

Bertele, K., Feiereisen, S., Storey, C., & van Laer, T. (2020). It’s not what you say, it’s the way you say it! Effective message styles for promoting innovative new servicesJournal of Business Research107, 38-49.

Bielefeld, S., Marston, G., Peterie, M. and Staines, Z. (Octoboer 2020). Senate Standing Committees on Community Affairs Inquiry into the Social Security Amendment (Continuation of Cashless Welfare) Bill 2020: Submission 118. Parliament of Australia.

Boucher, A. (2020). Immigration: Welfare rights in a temporary immigration state. In McClelland, A.,Smyth, P. and Martson, G. Social Policy in Australia Understanding for Action, Fourth Edition, Oxford University Press.

Boucher, A. (2020). Gender bias in skills definition, labour market dynamics and skills recognition. In Piper, N. and Mora, C. Gender, Sexuality and Migration, Palgrave.

Broom, A & Doron, A. (2020). Antimicrobial Resistance, Politics, and Practice in India. Qualitative Health Research 1-13.

Broom, A., Doron, A. (2020). Antimicrobial resistance, politics and practice in IndiaQualitative Health Research, 30(11), 1684-1696.

Broom, A., Kenny, K. (2020). The moral cosmology of cancer: Making disease meaningfulThe Sociological Review.

Broom, A., Kenny, K., Kirby, E. (2020). Entangled and estranged: Living and dying in relation (to cancer)Sociology, 54(5), 1004-1021.

Broom, A., Kenny, K., Kirby, E., George, N., Chittem, M. (2020). Improvisation, therapeutic brokerage and antibiotic (mis)use in IndiaCritical Public Health

Broom, A., Kenny, K., Page, A., Cort, N., Lipp, E., Tan, A., Ashley, D., Walsh, K., Khasraw, M. (2020). The Paradoxical Effects of COVID-19 for Cancer Care: Current Context and Potential Lasting Impacts. Clinical Cancer Research.

Broom, A., Kenny, K., Prainsack, B., Broom, J. (2020). Antimicrobial resistance as a problem of values? Views from three continents. Critical Public Health.

Broom, A., Kirby, E., Kokanovic, R., Woodland, L., Wyld, D., de Souza, P., Koh, E., Lwin, Z. (2020). Individualising difference, negotiating culture: Intersections of culture and careHealth, 24(5), 552-571.

Broom, A., Parker, R., Raymond, S., Kirby, E., Kokanovic, R., Adams, J., de Souza, P., Woodland, L., Wyld, D., Lwin, Z., et al (2020). The (Co)production of difference in the care of patients with cancer from migrant backgrounds. Qualitative Health Research, 30(11), 1619-1631.

Bryant, G., Spies-Butcher, B. (2020). ‘Bringing finance inside the state: How income-contingent loans blur the boundaries between debt and tax’Environment and Planning A: Economy and Space, 52(1), pp. 111–129.

Celermajer, D. (2020). Adam in the garden and Lear in the storm: The human amidst the animalsTextual Practice.

Celermajer, D. (2020). Distributed agency, responsibility and preventing grave wrongsContemporary Political Theory, 19(2), 188-210.

Celermajer, D. (2020). Rethinking rewilding through multispecies justiceAnimal Sentience, 28(12), 1-3.

Celermajer, D. (2020). Training Subjects for Human Rights. In edited by Danielle Celermajer and Alexandre Lefebvre (Eds.), The Subject of Human Rights. Stanford: Stanford University Press.

Celermajer, D., Chatterjee, S., Cochrane, A., Fishel, S., Neimanis, A., O'Brien, A., Srinivasan, A., Reid, S., Schlosberg, D., Waldow, A. (2020). Justice Through a Multispecies LensContemporary Political Theory, 19(3), 475-512.

Celermajer, D., Churcher, M., Gatens, M. (2020). Institutional Transformations: Imagination, Embodiment and Affect.: Routledge.

Celermajer, D., Dodson, M. (2020). Indigenous Peoples as the Subject of Human Rights. In edited by Danielle Celermajer and Alexandre Lefebvre (Eds.), The Subject of Human Rights. Stanford: Stanford University Press.

Celermajer, D., Lefebvre, A. (2020). Introduction: Bringing the Subject of Human Rights into Focus. In edited by Danielle Celermajer and Alexandre Lefebvre (Eds.), The Subject of Human Rights, (pp. 1-25). Stanford: Stanford University Press.

Celermajer, D., Lefebvre, A. (2020). The Subject of Human Rights. Stanford: Stanford University Press.

Celermajer, D., Nassar, D. (2020). COVID and the Era of Emergencies: What Type of Freedom is at Stake? Democratic Theory, 7(2), 12-24.

Celermajer, D., Schlosberg, D., Rickards, L., Stewart-Harawira, M., Thaler, M.; Tschakert, P., Verlie, B.; Winter, C. (2020), Multispecies justice: theories, challenges, and a research agenda for environmental politicsEnvironmental Politics.

Chao, S. (2020). A Tree of Many Lives: Vegetal Teleontologies in West Papua. HAU: Journal of Ethnographic Theory. 10(2), 514–529.

Chao, S. (2020). Introducing Oceanic Societies in COVID-19. Oceania. With Ute Eickelkamp. 90(S1), 1–3.

Chernysheva, L., Dányi, E., de la Cadena, M., Farquhar, J., Joks, S., Kondo, S., ... & Østmo, L. (2020). Translating a title: On other termsThe Sociological Review68(2), 283-286.

Collier, A. and Broom, A. (2020). Unsettling Place(s) at the End of LifeSocial Science & Medicine

Doron, A. (2020). Stench and sensibilities: On living with waste, animals and microbes in IndiaThe Australian Journal of Anthropology

Dunk, J., & Anderson, W. (2020). Assembling planetary health: histories of the future. Planetary health: protecting nature to protect ourselves.

Ehlers, N. (2020). Life "Itself". In Sheryl Vint (Eds.), After the Human: Reading Now.. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press. 

Ehlers, N. (2020). Racial Futurity: Biolegality and the Question of Black Life. In Marc de Leeuw, Sonja Van Wichelin (Eds.), Personhood in the Age of Biolegality: Brave New Law, (pp. 109-123). Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan.

Elliott, J., Smith, A., Hoggarth, M., Albin, S., Weber, K., Haager, M., ... & Parrish, T. B. (2020). Muscle fat infiltration following whiplash: A computed tomography and magnetic resonance imaging comparisonPloS one15(6), e0234061.

Erikainen, S. … Prainsack, B., Shabani, M., Staunton, C., Thompson, R., Varnai, K., Vayena, E., Williams, O., Williamson, M., Chan, S., and Mark Sheehan (2020). Public involvement in the governance of population-level biomedical research: unresolved research questions and future directions. Journal of Medical Ethics.

Fiske, A., Buyx, A., and Prainsack, B. (2020). The double-edged sword of digital self-care: Physician perspectives from Northern Germany. Social Science & Medicine, 260.

Fitzgerald, D., Ashcroft, R., Hollin, G., Karkazis, K., King, N. B., Landecker, H., ... & Wilson, E. A. (2020). Lockdown texts. BioSocieties 15, 470–499.

Hamilton, M; Hodgson, H; Bradbury, B; Ip, M; Adamson, E, van Toorn, G (2020) Security in old age for older single women without children, Report funded by CPA Australia, University of Sydney: Sydney.

Hamilton, M., Redmond, G. (2020). Are Young Carers Less Engaged in School than Non-Carers? Evidence from a Representative Australian StudyChild Indicators Research, 13(1), 33-49.

Hatch, A. (2020). “Du Boisian Propaganda, Foucauldian Genealogy, and Antiracism in STS Research,” Engaging Science, Technology, and Society, 6, 58-65.

Hatch, A., Gordon, J. and Sternlieb, S. (2020). “The Artificial Pancreas in Cyborg Bodies,” pp. in The Oxford Handbook of the Sociology of the Body and Embodiment, eds. Natalie Boreo and Katherine Mason. (New York: Oxford University Press.

Higgins, J., Elliott, J., & Parrish, T. (2020). Brain network disruption in whiplashAmerican Journal of Neuroradiology41(6), 994-1000.

Hoffman, S.; Savulescu, J.; Giublini, A.; Kirchhelle, C. … and McLean, A. (2020). Achieving a Grand Bargain on the Global Antimicrobial Commons: Introduction to the Policy Dialogue: introduction to a special issue, Health Care Analysis (Special Issue).

Hopman, R., & M’charek, A. (2020). Facing the unknown suspect: forensic DNA phenotyping and the oscillation between the individual and the collectiveBioSocieties, 1-25.

Humpage, L., Peterie, M., Marston, G. Mendes, P., Bielefeld, S., and  Staines, Z. (2020). Helping or Harming? Compulsory Income Management in Australia - Summary Report. University of Queensland.

Humpage, L., Staines, Z., Marston, G., Peterie, M., Mendes, P., Bielefeld, S. (2020). The Complexity of Convergence: A Multi-Dimensional Analysis of Compulsory Income Management and Social Investment in New Zealand and Australia. Policy Studies.

Kenny, K., Broom, A., Kirby, E., Oliffe, J., Wyld, D., Lwin, Z. (2020). Reciprocity, autonomy and vulnerability in men's experiences of informal cancer careQualitative Health Research, 30(4), 491-503.

Kirby, E., Broom, A., Overton, K., Kenny, K., Post, J., Broom, J. (2020). Reconsidering the nursing role in antimicrobial stewardship: A multi-site qualitative interview studyBMJ Open, 10(10), 1-9.

Kirchhelle, C. (2020) Pyrrhic Progress: The History of Antibiotics in Anglo-American Food Production. Critical Issues in Health and Medicine. New Brunswick (NJ): Rutgers.

Kirchelle, C., Atkinson, P., Broom, A., Chuengsatiansup, K., Ferreira, J., Fortane, N., Frost, I., Gradmann, C., Hoffman, S., Lezaun, J., Raymond, S., et al (2020). Setting the Standard: multidisciplinary hallmarks for structural, equitable, and tracked antibiotic policyBMJ Global Health, 5(9), 1-14.

Kittel, B., Kritzinger, S., Boomgaarden, H., Prainsack, B., Eberl, J., Kalleitner, F., Leberneg, N., Partheymüller, J., Plescia, C., Schiestl, D., and Schlogl, L. (2020). The Austrian Corona Panel Project: Monitoring individual and social dynamics amidst the COVID-19 crisis. European Political Science.

Lancaster, Kari; Rhodes, Tim and Rosengarten, Marsha . 2020. Making evidence and policy in public health emergencies: Lessons from COVID-19 for adaptive evidence-making and intervention. Evidence and Policy, 16(3), pp. 477-490. ISSN 1744-2648

Lea, T. (2020). Decolonizing Trauma Theory by Way of Housing Disrepair: The Case of Santa Teresa, Australia. Social Research: An International Quarterly, 87(3), 735-761.

Lea, T. (2020). Wild Policy: Indigeneity and the Unruly Logics of Intervention. Stanford, CA: Stanford University Press.

Lewis, S., Broom, A., Kenny, K., Kirby, E. (2020). Cancer caregivers' experiences of prognosis in Australia: a qualitative interview studyBMJ Open, 10(1), 1-9.

Lucivero, F., Hallowell, N., Johnson, S., Prainsack, B., Samuel, G., and Sharon, T. (2020). COVID-19 and Contact Tracing Apps: Ethical Challenges for a Social Experiment on a Global Scale. Journal of Bioethical Inquiry, 17,835-839.

M'charek, A. (2020). Tentacular faces: Race and the return of the phenotype in forensic identificationAmerican Anthropologist.

M'charek, A., & Black, J. (2020). Engaging bodies as matter of care: Counting and accounting for death during migrationBorder Deaths, 85-101.

M'charek, A., & Schramm, K. (2020). Encountering the Face—Unraveling RaceAmerican Anthropologist.

M'charek, A., & van Oorschot, I. (2020). What about race?. Routledge Companion to Actor-Network-Theory. London: Taylor & Francis.

M’charek, A. (2020). Harraga: Burning borders, navigating colonialismThe Sociological Review68(2), 418-434.

M’charek, A., Toom, V., & Jong, L. (2020). The Trouble with Race in Forensic IdentificationScience, Technology, & Human Values.

M’charek, A., Wade, P. (2020). Doing the individual and the collective in forensic genetics: governance, race and restitution. BioSocieties 15, 317–328 (2020)

Maddock P., Anderson W. (2020). Standing Up Straighter Against Covid-19? Arena Quarterly 2020; 4: 5-8

Marston, G. and Peterie, M. (2020). Is Universal Basic Income a Desirable Alternative to Conditional Welfare?  Social Alternatives. 39(1), 39-46.

Marston, G., Mendes, P., Bielefeld, S., Peterie, M, Staines, Z. and Steven Roche (2020). Hidden Costs: An Independent Study into Compulsory Income Management. University of Queensland.

Marston, G., Peterie, M., Mendes, and Staines, Z. (February 2020). “I Don’t Want Anybody to See Me Using It”: Cashless Welfare Cards Do More Harm Than Good. The Conversation.

Martinelli, L., Kopilaš, V., Vidmar, M., Heavin, C., Machado, H., Todorović, Z., Buzas, N., Pot, M., Prainsack, B., and Gajović, S. (2020). Face masks during the COVID-19 pandemic: A simple protection tool with many meanings. Frontiers in Public Health.

Mendes, P., Roche, S., Marston, G. Peterie, M. Staines, Z., and Humpage, L. (2020) The Social Harms Outweigh the Benefits: A Study of Compulsory Income Management in Greater Shepparton and Playford. Australian Social Work.

Middleton, A. … Prainsack, B., Riviere, M., Robarts, L., Roberts, J., Romano, V., Sheerah, H., et al. (2020). Global Public Perception of Genomic Data Sharing: What Shapes the Willingness to Donate DNA and Health Data? American Journal of Human Genetics 107(4), 743-752.

Morris, A., Hastings, C., Mitchell, E., Ramia, G., & Wilson, S. (2020, August 13). 'No one would even know if I had died in my room': corona virus leaves international students in dire straits. The Conversation.

Morris, A., Hastings, C., Wilson, S., Mitchell, E., Ramia, G., Overgaard, C. (2020). The experience of international students before and during COVID-19: Housing, work, study and wellbeing. University of Technology Sydney.

Morris, A., Mitchell, E., & Ramia, G. (2020, April 20). Why coronavirus impacts are devastating for international students in private rental housing. The Conversation.

Naldini, M; Hamilton, M; Adamson, E (2020) The Social Investment Paradigm and Migrant Families. The Australian and Italian case compared, Collegio Carlo Alberto Working Paper No. 625, Collegio Carlo Alberto, Turin, Italy.

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Fiske, A., Buyx, A., and Prainsack, B. (2019). Health Information Counselors: A New Profession for the Age of Big Data. Academic Medicine, 94(1), 37-41.

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Fiske, A., Prainsack, B., and Buyx, A. (2019). Meeting the needs of underserved populations: Setting the agenda for more inclusive citizen science of medicine. Journal of Medical Ethics, 45, 617-622.

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Greenhalgh, T., Ozbilgin, M., Prainsack, B., and Shaw, S. (2019). Moral entrepreneurship, the power-knowledge nexus and the Cochrane ‘crisis’. Journal of Evaluation in Clinical Practice, 25,717-725.

Hamilton, M; Hill, E; Adamson, E (2019) A ‘career shift’? Bounded agency in migrant employment pathways in the aged care and early childhood education and care sectors in Australia, Journal of Ethnic and Migration Studies.

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Hatch, A. (2019). “Against Diabetic Numerology in a Black Body, or Why I Cannot Live by the Numbers,” pp. 231-234 in Body Battlegrounds: Transgressions, Tensions, and Transformations. Chris Bobel and Samantha Kwan eds. Nashville: Vanderbilt University Press.

Hatch, A. (2019). Anthony Ryan Hatch. “Billions Served: Prison Food Regimes, Nutritional Punishment, and Gastronomical Resistance,” pp. 67-84 in Captivating Technology: Race, Technoscience, and the Carceral Imagination, ed. Ruha Benjamin. Durham: Duke University Press.

Hatch, A. (2019). Silent Cells: The Secret Drugging of Captive America. Minneapolis: University of Minnesota Press.  

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Helberg-Proctor, A., M'charek, A., & Meesters, E. (2019). ‘Ras’ speelt ten onrechte rol in klinische besluitvorming: Factor ‘ras’ In richtlijnen is niet zonder risico. University of Amsterdam.

Henningham, M. (2019). Still here, still queer, still invisibleBent street 3: Australian LGBTIQA + arts, writing and ideas. (Bent street; No. 3). Melbourne: Clouds of Magellan.

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Kirby, E., Kenny, K., Broom, A., Oliffe, J., Lewis, S., Wyld, D., Yates, P., Parker, R., Lwin, Z. (2019). Responses to a cancer diagnosis: a qualitative patient-centred interview studySupportive Care in Cancer, 28(1), 229-238.

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McMahon, A., Buyx, A., and Prainsack, B. (2019). Big data governance needs more collective responsibility: The role of harm mitigation in the governance of data use in medicine and beyond. Medical Law Review ,28(1), 155-182.

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Oliffe, J., Broom, A., Popa, M., Jenkins, E., Rice, S., Ferlatte, O., Rossnagel, E. (2019). Unpacking Social Isolation in Men's SuicidalityQualitative Health Research, 29(3), 315-327.

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