Publications from the Biomedicine on Display project, 2005-2009

Here we list books and articles from ‘Biomedicine on Display’-project published between 2005 and 2009:

• Bak-Jensen, Søren. “Nyretransplantationer i Danmark – mellem vævstypeforlig og immunsuppression”, Ugeskrift for Læger, 167: 4744-4745 (2005).
• Bak-Jensen, Søren, “To share or not to share: institutional exchange of cadaver kidneys in Denmark”, Medical History 52: 23-46 (2008).
• Bak-Jensen, Søren, “Helping hands? Politics and the image of chiropractic in interwar Denmark”, Chiropractic History, 27: 93-98 (2007).
• Bak-Jensen, Søren, “Chiropractic in Denmark”, in: F. J. H. Wilson (ed.), Chiropractic in Europe: An Illustrated History, Leicester 2007: 73-76.
• Bak-Jensen, Søren, “Fibiger”, “Friderichsen”, “’Gram”, “Hagedorn”, “Pindborg” og “Salomonsen”, i W. F. Bynum og H. Bynum (red.), Dictionary of Medical Biography, Greenwood Press 2006.
• Bauer, Susanne. “Biomedizinische Wissensproduktion in Überdrehung? Zu Meta-Studien als Evidenztechnik”, in: U. Bergermann, C. Hanke og A. Sick (eds), Überdreht, Spindoctoring, Politik, Medien. Bremen 2006: 133-142.
• Bauer, Susanne, “Umwelt, Gene, Gender. Multiplikationseffekte im Umfeld der Genomforschung“, NTM. International Journal of History and Ethics of Natural Sciences, Technology and Medicine, 14: 241-250 (2006).
• Bauer, Susanne, “The Genomics of environmental response: re/visions in risk assessment?”, in: A. Bammé , G. Getzinger, and B. Wieser (eds.), Yearbook 2006 of the Institute for Advanced Studies on Science, Technology and Society. München/Vienna, 2007: 121-38
• Bauer, Susanne and C. Hanke, “Hautfarbengene und Rassismen: Zebrafische als Tiermodelle für Hautpigmentierung“. Gen-ethischer Informationsdienst, 184: 37-38 (2007).
• Bauer, Susanne, “Societal and ethical issues in human biomonitoring: a view from science studies”, Environmental Health, 7 (Suppl 1): 1-10 (2008).
• Bauer, Susanne, “Mining data, gathering variables, and recombining information: the flexible architecture of epidemiological studies”, Studies in History and Philosophy of Science Part C: Studies in History and Philosophy of Biological and Biomedical Sciences. 39: 415-26 (2008).
• Bauer, Susanne, “Transparency or surveillance? The datascapes of European public health statistics”, in: Reiche, C and Sick, A: Do not exist: Europe, woman, digital medium. Bremen : Thealit, 2008: 189-203
• Bauer, Susanne and Olsén, Jan Eric, “Observing the others, watching over oneself: themes of medical surveillance in post-panoptic society“, Surveillance & Society, 6: 116-127 (2009).
• Bauer, Susanne, “Curating and dis/playing the biopolitics of prevention. A risk assessment software as a museum object”, Nord Nytt: Nordisk tidskrift for etnologi och folkloristik, 105: 71-85 (2009).
• Bauer, Susanne and Wahlberg, Ayo (eds.), Contested Categories. Life Sciences in Society. Aldershot: Ashgate 2009.
• Bauer, Susanne, “From society to molecule and back: the contested scale of public health science”, in: Bauer, S. and Wahlberg, A (eds.), Contested Categories. Life Sciences in Society. Aldershot: Ashgate 2009: 113-34 (in press).
• Bencard, Adam, “Life beyond information: contesting life and the body in history and molecular biology”, in: Bauer, S. and Wahlberg, A. (eds.), Contested Categories. Life Sciences in Society. Aldershot: Ashgate 2009: 135-54.
• Doel, Ron and Söderqvist, Thomas (eds.) The Historiography of Contemporary Science, Technology and Medicine. London: Routledge 2006.
• Doel, Ron and Söderqvist, Thomas, “Introduction: what we know, what we do not, and why it matters”, in: Doel, R. and Söderqvist, T. (eds.) The Historiography of Contemporary Science, Technology and Medicine. London: Routledge 2006: 1-12.
• Donald, Diana and Olsén, Jan Eric, “Art and the ‘Entangled Bank’: Colour and Beauty out of the ‘War of Nature’”, in Donald, D. (ed.), Charles Darwin, Natural Science and the Visual Arts, Yale University Press, 2009: 101-117.
• Dunér, David and Olsén, Jan Eric: ”Ögonbilder”, Sydsvenska medicinhistoriska sällskapets årsskrift, 2008: 9-42
• Hoeyer, Klaus; Nexoe, Sniff; Hartlev, Mette; and Koch, Lene, “Embryonic entitlements: Stem cell patenting and the co-production of commodities and personhood”, Body and Society, 15: 1-24 (2009).
• Kragh, Jesper V. (ed), Psykiatriens historie 1600-2000. Copenhagen: Hans Reitzels Forlag, 2008, 330 pp.
• Meyer, Ion and Richter, Jane, “The fate of a nineteenth-century ischiopagus from Denmark”, Journal of the History of Collections, 20: 253-258 (2008).
• Mordhorst, Camilla, ”Repræsentationens begrænsning”, in: C. Mordhorst and B. Tøndborg (eds), (Ind)samlinger af det 21. århundrede, København, 2005: 9-23.
• Melchior, Marie Riegels and Mordhorst, Camilla (eds.), Udstillingens idé og form. København: Institut for Kunst- og Kulturvidenskab, Københavns Universitet, 2005. 92 pp.
• Mordhorst, Camilla. “Det kuriøse kabinet som laboratorium”, pp. 20-27 i H. Teglhus og M.A. Skydsgaard (eds), Ole Worm: Liv og videnskab. Århus 2006.
• Mordhorst, Camilla, “Kuriositeternes storhed, fald og mulige genkomst”, Tidskrift for Kulturforskning, 5: 7-24 (2006).
• Mordhorst, Camilla, ”Tingenes rige – mellem raritet og repræsentation”, in: Braae. E. and Fabricius Hansen, M. (eds.), Fortiden for tiden: Genbrugskultur og kulturgenbrug i dag. Århus: Arkitektskolens Forlag, 2007: 112-29.
• Mordhorst, Camilla, ”Jagten på det ukendte: Ole Worm og indsamlingen af ‘materia medica’”. Standart 22 (3): 38-39 (2008).
• Mordhorst, Camilla, Genstandsfortællinger. Fra Museum Wormianum til de moderne museer. Copenhagen: Museum Tusculanum Press. 219 pp. (in print, September 2009)
• Mordhorst, Camilla, ”The story of the magic egg and other provocative specimens from Museum Wormianum”, Journal of the History of Collections (submitted).
• Mordhorst, Camilla, “Museer, materialitet og tilstedevær”, in T. Damsholt, D. Gert Simonsen and C. Mordhorst (eds.): Materialiseringer. Århus Universitetsforlag, 16 pp (in print, 2009)
• Nexoe, Sniff Andersen, “Gode liv, dårlige liv – problematiseringer og valg i dansk abortpolitik”, in: Glasdam S. (ed.), Folkesundhed – i et kritisk perspektiv, Copenhagen: Nyt Nordisk Forlag/Schønberg Forlag/Arnold Busck, 2009: 372-398.
• Nexoe, Sniff Andersen and Koch, Lene: “Discourse Analysis”, in: Vallgårda, S. and Koch L.: Research Methods in Public Health. Copenhagen: Munksgaard, 2008.
• Olsén, Jan Eric, ”Det berusade färgsinnet”, Sydsvenska medicinhistoriska sällskapets årsskrift. 2008: 85-104.
• Olsén, Jan Eric, “Surgical vision and digital culture”, in: Edwards, E. and Bhaumik, K. (eds.), Visual Sense: A Cultural Reader, Berg, 2009: 427-32.
• Olsén, Jan Eric, “Inside out: transformations of endoscopic vision”, Journal of Visual Culture (submitted).
• Olsén, Jan Eric, “The portable clinic: keeping track of the healthy body”, Performance Research 14 (4), special issue: ‘Transplantations”, eds. R. Allsopp and P. Warnell, P. (submitted).
• Söderqvist, Thomas. “Kan den moderne biomedicin udstilles på museum?”, Bibliotek for Læger, 197: 171-189 (2005).
• Söderqvist, Thomas; Mordhorst, Camilla; Rasmussen, Frank Allan. “Den nye biomedicin på museum”, Ugeskrift for Læger 167 (2005): 4753-55
• Söderqvist, Thomas, “What is the use of writing lives of recent scientists?”, pp.99-127 i R. Doel og T. Söderqvist (eds.) The Historiography of Contemporary Science, Technology and Medicine. Routledge 2006.
• Söderqvist, Thomas, “Who’s afraid of the recent biomedical heritage?”, Opuscula Musealia, 15 (2006), pp. 99-105.
• Söderqvist, Thomas, “Qui te por del patrimoni biomedic contemporani”, Servei d’informacio collegial, 117 (2006), p. 65.
• Söderqvist, Thomas, ”At sikre den danske medicinske kulturarv kræver professionalitet og samarbejde”, Ugeskrift for læger, 168: 813-14 (2006).
• Söderqvist, Thomas, “Jerne”, in W. F. Bynum og H. Bynum (eds.), Dictionary of Medical Biography, Greenwood Press 2006.
• Söderqvist, Thomas. “Niels K. Jerne og selektionsteorien for antistofdannelse”, Ugeskrift for Læger 169 (2007): 2892
• Söderqvist, Thomas (ed), The History and Poetics of Scientific Biography, Ashgate 2007.
• Söderqvist, Thomas, “A new look at the genre of scientific biography”, i Söderqvist, T. (ed), The History and Poetics of Scientific Biography, Ashgate 2007: 1-16.
• Söderqvist, Thomas, “‘No genre of history fell under more odium than that of biography’: the delicate relations between scientific biography and the historiography of science”, i Söderqvist, T. (ed), The History and Poetics of Scientific Biography, Ashgate 2007: 241-62.
• Söderqvist, Thomas. “Plutarchian versus Socratic scientific biography”. in Gavroglu, K. and Renn, J. (ed.), Positioning the History of Science, Springer 2007: 159-62,
• Söderqvist, Thomas. “Den biomedicinska samtiden som medicinhistorisk utmaning”. pp. 41-48 i Åhrén, E. (ed.) Medicinhistoria i dag. Stockholm 2007.
• Söderqvist, Thomas. “Jerne, Niels Kaj”. in Koertge, N. E. (ed.), New Dictionary of Scientific Biography, Detroit: Thomson Gale 2007.
• Söderqvist, Thomas; Stillwell, C and Jackson, M. “Immunology”, in Bowler, P.J. and Pickstone J. V. (eds), The Cambridge History of Science, vol. 6: The Modern Biological and Earth Sciences, Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2008: 467-85
• Söderqvist, Thomas and Bencard, Adam. “Making sense or sensing the made? Research into presence-production in museums of science, technology and medicine”, in Cavalli-Björkman. G and Lindqvist, S. (eds.), Research and Museums. Stockholm: Nationalmuseum, Stockholm, 2008: 161-173.
• Söderqvist, Thomas, 免疫学の巨人イェルネ. Tokyo: Igaku Shoin, 2008.
• Söderqvist, Thomas; Bencard, Adam and Mordhorst, Camilla, “Between meaning culture and presence effects: contemporary biomedical objects as challenge to museums”, Studies in History and Philosophy of Science Part C: Studies in History and Philosophy of Biological and Biomedical Sciences (in press, 2009).
• Söderqvist, Thomas and Bencard, Adam, “Do things talk?”, in Trischler, H; Sichau, C and Pickert, S. (eds), The Exhibition as a Product and Generator of Knowledge, Berlin: Max Planck Institute for History of Science, 2010 (in press).
• Söderqvist, Thomas, “The participatory museum and distributed curatorial expertise”, NTM: Zeitschrift für Geschichte der Naturwissenschaften, Technik und Medizin, nr 1/2010 (in press)
• Wahlberg, Ayo and Bauer, Susanne, “Introduction: categories of life, in Bauer, S. and Wahlberg, A. (eds.), Contested Categories. Life Sciences in Society. Aldershot: Ashgate 2009: 1-14.