The Post Genomic Condition: Ethics, Justice, Knowledge After the Genome. Chicago University Press (Forthcoming).
2005. Race to the Finish: Identity and Governance in an Age of Genomics. Princeton University.
Forthcoming (Fall 2015). “Science and Justice: Creating Spaces for Response-Ability.” Catalyst. Co-authored with J. Metcalf, M. Kenney, and K. Barad.
2013. Science and Justice Research Center Collaborations Group. “Experiments in Collaboration: Interdisciplinary Graduate Education in Science and Justice.” PLoS Biology.
2013. “Indigenous Body Parts, Mutating Temporalities, and the Half-Lives of Postcolonial Technoscience.” Social Studies of Science. Co-authored with E.Kowal and J. Radin.
2013. “On the Emergence of Science and Justice.” Science, Technology and Human Values.
2012. “‘Your DNA is Our History’: Genomics, Anthropology, and the Construction of Whiteness as Property.” Current Anthropology. Co-authored with K. Tallbear.
2011. “The ‘Persons’ and ‘Genomics’ of Personal Genomics.” Personalized Medicine.
Contributions to Books:
2011. “Human Population Genomics and the Dilemma of Difference,” in Reframing Rights: The Constitutional Implications of Technological Change. MIT Press.
2008. “Race Without Salvation: Beyond the Science/Society Divide in Genomic Studies of Human Differences,” in Revisiting Race in a Genomic Age. Rutgers University Press.
2006. “Creating Participatory Subjects: Race, Science and Democracy in a Genomic Age,” in The New Political Sociology of Science: Institutions, Networks, and Power. University of Wisconsin Press.
Reviews of Race to the Finish: Identity and Governance in and Age of Genomics:
2007. Staffan Müller-Wille. “Diversity and Adversity.” New Formations. Issue 60, p158-161.
2005. Henry T. Greely. “Lessons from the HGDP? Review of Race to the Finish: Identity and Governance in the Age of Genomics by Jenny Reardon.” 308 Science 1554-1555.
2005. David J. Rothman and Shelia M. Rothman. “Race without Racism.” New Republic. Vol. 233 Issue 20, p27-30.