(forthcoming) Perrotta, Manuela and Gherardi, Silvia. Doing by Inventing the Way of Doing: Formativeness as the Linkage of Meaning and Matter. In How Matter Matters: Objects, Artifacts and Materiality in Organization Studies. Oxford University Press. Abstract:Perrotta Chapter abstract

(2013) Johansen, Anja. Celebrating science, awarding images: The aesthetics and aestheticization of scientific images in the Wellcome Image Awards. In Assigning Cultural Values. Edited by Kjerstin Aukrust. Peter Lang Publishing.

(2013) Perrotta, Manuela, “The Study of Tecnoscientific Imaging in STS”, Tecnoscienza: Italian Journal of Science & Technology Studies, vol. 3, n. 2. Abstract: Perrotta STS imaging scenario

(2012) Johansen, Anja. Livlige materialer og affektive kretsløp. Art review of the biennal Meta.Morf, Trondheim, October 27.

(2012) Perrotta, Manuela and Parolin, Laura Lucia. On the fringe of parenthood: othering and otherness in the Italian assisted kinship. About Gender: International Journal of Gender Studies,1(2):100-131.

(2012) Lie, Merete. Reproductive images: the autonomous cell. Science as Culture. 21 (4):1-22.

(2012) Lie, Merete, Nelly Oudshoorn and Sætnan, Ann Rudinow. On Gender and Things: Reflections on an Exhibition on Gendered Artifacts. In Elles@Pompidou. Women artists in the collection of the Musee national d’árt modern Centre de creation industrielle. Seattle: Seattle Art Museum.

(2011)Perrotta, Manuela. Book review of Biocapitale – Vita e corpi nell’era del controllo biologico [Biocapital. Life and bodies in the age of biological control], edited by Mauro Turrini. Tecnoscienza, Italian Journal of Science & Technology Studies. 2(2):129-132.

(2011) Lie, Merete. Brainwashing: Taking another turn with biology. NORA. Nordic Journal of Feminist and Gender Research. 19(1):53-58.

(2011) Lie, Merete, Kristin Spilker and Malin Noem Ravn. Reproductive Imaginations: Stories of Egg and Sperm. NORA. Nordic Journal of Feminist and Gender Research. 19(4): 231-248.

(2011) Johansen, Anja. Virkelighetens Karius og Baktus? Interview by Kristin Engh Førde at KILDEN.

(2010) Lie, Merete. Science as father? In Gender delight. Science, knowledge, culture and writing…for Nina Lykke. Linköping: Linköping university.

(2009) Lie, Merete. Kjønn fra innsiden. Tidsskrift for kjønnsforskning, 33(3):160-175.


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