Publications

Books:

2017. The Post Genomic Condition: Ethics, Justice, Knowledge After the Genome. University of Chicago Press. (reviews)

2005. Race to the Finish: Identity and Governance in an Age of Genomics. Princeton University. (reviews)

Journal Articles:

2019. “Ends Everlasting.” British Journal of the History of Science. 4: 83-91.

2018. “Race, Rome and the Genome.” British Journal of Sociology. Published electronically on October 11.

2016. “Bermuda 2.0.: Reflections from Santa Cruz.” Gigascience 5(1): 1-4. Co-authored with Rachel Ankeny, Jenny Bangham, Katherine Weatherford Darling, Steve Hilgartner, Kathryn Maxson Jones, Beth Shapiro and Hallam Stevens.

2016. “The Genomic Open.” Limn Issue 6.

2015. “Science and Justice: Creating Spaces for Response-Ability.” Catalyst 1(1). 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.

2001. “The Human Genome Diversity Project: A Case Study in Coproduction.” Social Studies of Science 31(3): 357-388.

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.

Popular Media

2018. “Genomics Justice League.” Genome.

2018. “Genforschung und Rassismus: Auseinandersetzung statt autokratischer Wissenschaft (Genetic Research and Racism: Discussion not Autocratic Science).” Radio Dreyeckland.

In a radio interview in Freiburg, Jenny Reardon discusses the Reich op-ed, subsequent responses are archived in a blogpost, “Developing: Debate on ‘Race” and Genomics.”

2013.  “Should Patients Understand They Are Research Subjects?”  San Francisco Chronicle http://www.sfgate.com/opinion/article/Should-patients-understand-that-they-are-research-4321242.php (published on March 3 on front cover of Insight, the SF Chronicle Sunday magazine).