Laura Mamo, Health Equity Institute Professor of Health Education, Associate Director HEI, and Project Lead of Science, Justice and Health Equity
Ugo Edu, Science, Justice, and Health Equity Postdoctoral Fellow
Vaccine Governance and the Global Politics of Cancer Prevention
“I Only Want Two”: Aesthetics, Race, and Sterilization in Brazil
The Life of Data: A Data Justice Conversations with the Science & Justice Center, UCSC
The STS Hub at SF State
- Monthly conversations among SF State scholars engaging with medicine, technologies, sciences, health, and justice to build, think, and collaborate on events, projects, and programs.
- Third Tuesday of the month, 3:30-5pm, HSS 361
- For further information, please contact
Fishman, J, L. Mamo and P. Grzanka (Forthcoming) “Sex, Gender, and Sexuality in STS,” In The Handbook of Science, and Technology Studies. Edited by Ulrike Felt, Clark Miller, Laurel Smith-Doerr, and Rayvon Fouché.
Edu, U. and L. Mamo (Forthcoming). Review of “Objectivity & Diversity: Another Logic of Scientific Reasoning,” by Sanda Harding. Hypatia Reviews Online.
Karkasiz K., L. Mamo and U. Edu. (2016). Open Peer Commentaries “Keeping an Eye on Power in Maintaining Racial Oppression and Race-Based Violence,” The American Journal of Bioethics, Volume 16, Issue 4.
Mamo, L. & E. Alston-Stepnitz (2015) “Queer Intimacies and Structural Inequalities: New Directions in Stratified Reproduction,” Journal of Family Studies, 36(4): 519-540.
Mamo, L. and S. Epstein (2014). “The Pharmaceuticalization of Sexual Risk: Vaccine Development and the New Politics of Cancer Prevention,” Social Science & Medicine, 101: 155-165.
Mamo, L. & J. Fishman (2013). “Why Justice? Introduction to the Special Issue on Entanglements of Science, Ethics, and Justice,” Science, Technology & Human Values, 38(2): 159-175.
Mamo, L (2013). "Queering the Fertility Clinic," Journal of Medical Humanities. 34(2): 227-239
Edu, U. “Black Bodies Matter”: Medical Anthropology Special Interest Groups Present Challenging Issues, Roundtable organized and chaired by Margaret Souza and Charlotte Noble at the 2015 114th Annual Meeting of the American Anthropological Association: Familiar Strange, Denver, CO, November 18-22, 2015.
Edu, U. “Black Reproduction in an Economy of Desire, Aesthetics, Sexuality, and Race,” Paper presented at 2015 8th Biennial ASWAD Conference: African Diaspora Circularities: Forging Communities, Cultures, and Politics, Panel-Gendering Race, Region, and Nation: Recontextualizing Afro-Descendant Female Identity in Twentieth and Twenty-First Century Brazil, Charleston, SC, November 4-7, 2015.
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