Recent Book Chapters

Graduate Students

  • Belsky, D. (2018) The Art of Consent, in K. Valens and J. Greenblatt (eds.), Querying Consent: Beyond Permission and Refusal, New Brunswick: Rutgers University Press.
  • Belsky, D. (2016) Accountability, agency, and absence: Embodying radical disability values in artistic production, in C. Kelly and M. Orsini (eds.), Mobilizing metaphor: Art, culture and disability activism in Canada, Vancouver, Toronto: UBC Press.
  • Birch, K., Tyfield, D. and Chiapetta, M. (2018) From neoliberalizing research to researching neoliberalism: STS, rentiership and the emergence of commons 2.0, in D. Cahill, M. Konings, M. Cooper and D. Primrose (eds), The SAGE Handbook of Neoliberalism, London: SAGE.
  • Chiappetta, M. and Birch, K. (2018) The limits to biocapital, in S. Hilgartner, S. Gibbon, B. Prainsack and J. Lamoreaux (eds), The Handbook of Genomics, Health and Society, London: Routledge.
  • Rajaguru, V. (2019) Constructing an Inventive Order of Rights? The geopolitics of island-building in Transnational Waters, M. Carr, R. Marlin-Bennett and J. Singh (eds) Science, Technology and Arts in International Relations, New York: Routledge.

Faculty Members

  • Anderson, K. (2017) Natural history and the scientific voyage, in H.A. Curry, N. Jardine, J. Secord, and E. Spary (eds) Worlds of Natural History, Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.
  • Anderson, K. (2020) The weather ship: networks, disasters and imaginaries after 1945, in M. Mahony & S. Randalls (eds) Weather and the Geographical
    Imagination, Pittsburgh: Pittsburgh University Press.
  • Birch, K. (2017) Financing technoscience: Finance, assetization and rentiership, in D. Tyfield, R. Lave, S. Randalls and C. Thorpe (eds), The Routledge Handbook of the Political Economy of Science, London: Routledge, pp.169-181.
  • Calvert, K., Birch, K. and Mabee, W. (2017) New perspectives on an old energy resource: Biomass and emerging bio-economies, in S. Bouzarovski, M. Pasqualetti and V. Castan Broto (eds), The Routledge Research Companion to Energy Geographies, London: Routledge, pp.47-60.
  • Choi, T. (2016) Physics Disarmed: Probabilistic Knowledge in the Works of James Clerk Maxwell and George Eliot, in C. Lehleiter (ed.) Fact and Fiction: Literary and Scientific Cultures in Germany and Britain, Toronto: University of Toronto Press, pp130-152.
  • Kenton, K. (2017) Configuring epidemic encephalitis as a national and international neurological concern, in D. Gavrus & S. Caspar (eds) Technique, Technology, and Therapy in the Science of Brain and Mind, Rochester: University of Rochester Press.
  • Lightman, B. (2020) The Retiring Popularizer: Lodge, Cosmic Evolution, and the
    New Physics, in J. Mussell and G. Gooday (eds) A Pioneer of Connection: Recovering the Life and Work of Oliver Lodge, 104-118. Pittsburgh: University of Pittsburgh Press, pp.104-118.
  • Martin, A. (2019) Science and the Matter of Power, in D. Brock et al. (eds) Power and Everyday Practices, Toronto: University of Toronto Press.
  • Martin, A, and Noack, A. (2019) Assembling Our Tool Kit: Interrogating Representations and Discourses, in D. Brock et al. (eds) Power and Everyday Practices, Toronto: University of Toronto Press.
  • Mialet, H. (2019) Becoming the Other: The Body in Translation, in D. Gruber and L. Walsh (eds) The Routledge Handbook of Language & Science, New York: Routledge, pp.375-384.
  • Mialet, H. (2019) The Distributed Centered Subject, in J. Bennett (ed.) Thinking in The World, London: Bloomsbury, pp.131-149.
  • Steigerwald, J. (2016) The subject as instrument: Galvanic experiments, organic apparatus and problems of calibration, in L. Stewart and E. Dyck (eds) Human experimentation, Boston: Brill, pp.80-110.
  • Steigerwald, J. (2020) Schelling’s Romanticism: Traces of Novalis in Schelling’s Philosophy, in G.A. Bruno (ed.) Freedom, Nature, and Systematicity: Essays on F.W.J. Schelling, Oxford: Oxford University Press, pp.32-50.
  • Steigerwald, J. (forthcoming) Degeneration: Inversions of teleology, in J. Faflak (ed.) Marking Time: Romanticism and Evolution, Toronto: University of Toronto Press.

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