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Academic Publications (Updated June 2015)

Upcoming or recent publications [Current List with CV]:

  


 

SELECTED PUBLICATIONS*

 

Book Series Editor

·      Decolonial Options for the Social Sciences, Lexington/Rowman&Littlefield

 

Books (published/forthcoming)

·      ?(forthcoming, 2016) Care, Power, Information: The Colonization of Digital Citizenship in Digital Cultures of Health Care, Ecology, and Social Justice (Legitimacy of the Digital Age ? Part 2), London: Routledge

·      ?(2015) The Digital Coloniality of Power: Class and Identity in the Era of Technoscientific Governance (Legitimacy of the Digital Age ? Part 1), Lantham: Lexington [Reviewed in: Symbolic Interaction]

·      ? (2014, co-author with Sal Restivo and Sabrina M. Weiss) Worlds of Science Craft. New Horizons in Philosophical Science Studies.  Surrey/London: Ashgate [Reviewed in: Contemporary Sociology]

·      (2010) Between Discursivity and Sensus Communis: The Co-Evolution of Biology and Social Thought from Kant to Neo-Kantianism, Pragmatism, and Harvard's Human & Social Relations Movements Erlangen: OPUS Univ. Erlangen-Nürnberg Press

·      (2009) Aufklärung als Flaschenpost oder Anthropologie der Gegenwart. Horkheimers  und Adornos Immanente Kritik und Foucaults Interpretative Analytik, Saarbrücken: VDM

 

Books (proposal submitted/solicited)

·      (optioned by Palgrave MacMillan for 2016) From Class to Identity... and Back Again! A Cosmopolitan?s Tale of Queer Pharmacologies (Generating relations and identities of justice online/offline) (Legitimacy of the Digital Age ? Part 3)

·      (proposal submitted to publisher) Wild Being: The Material, the Elusive, and the Tangible in the Politics and Poetics of Technological Objects

·      (in progress w. Th. Kühlein, German) Medical Practitioners? Images of Practice. ca. 2017

·      (proposal submitted, with J.I. [Hans] Bakker and Paige Sweet) The Unease of the Mind: Radically Historizing DSM-V, RDoC, and ICD-11 through Critical Theories

·      (2012) Anthropos's Scaffoldings. Studies in the Co-Evolution of Philosophy, Biology, Medicine, and Sociology with a foreword by Sal Restivo, completed ms. of 450 pages

 

Edited Books/Special Issues/Journals

·      (forthcoming 2016, co-edited with Nathalia Hernández Vidal, Miguel Gualdrón Ramirez), Delinking Social Theory Volume 1: Resisting Subjectivities (Proceedings of ESS Miniconferences on Decoloniality 2015 and 2016), Lexington/Rowman

·      (forthcoming 2016/17, co-edited with Victoria Reyes, Ricarda Hammer) Delinking Social Theory Volume 2: Sovereignty, Statehood, and AestheSis  (Proceedings of ESS Miniconferences on Decoloniality 2015 and 2016), Lexington/Rowman

·      (forthcoming 2017, co-edited with Manuela Boatc?, Amit Prasad) Delinking Social Theory Volume 3: Colonial Heritage Before and Beyond the Western Referent (Proceedings of ESS Miniconferences on Decoloniality 2015 and 2016), Lexington/Rowman

·      (eds. w. Sabrina Weiss, 2016) Special Issue: Science and Science Fiction ? Vol. 1: Technologies & the Political, Bulletin for Science, Technology, & Society, Sage

·      (eds. w. Sabrina Weiss, 2016) Special Issue: Science Science Fiction ? Vol.2: Subjectivities, Bulletin for Science, Technology, & Society, Sage

 

 

Further Planned Edited Books/Special Issues/Journals

·       (proposal with publisher; 2017; co-edited by Mareike Teigeler) Deleuze, Guattari, and Anthropocene

·       (planned for publication around 2018) The Truth about Barking Cats and Yodeling Dogs. Vital Materialities and Material Vitalities of Anthropocology

·       (planned 2018; w. Adeline Koh, vetting co-editors) The Legitimacy of the Digital Age

·       (planned 2019) The Metaphysics of Thirdness: Lacan, Foucault, Deleuze, Serres

·       (planned 2019; w. Andreas Jürgens and others) Subcutaneous Foucault: The influence of Jaspers, Benjamin, Cassirer, Klossowski, Blanchot.

·       (planned, special issue, with Amit Prasad) Post-/Decolonial and Transnational Perspectives in Science Studies

·       (planned, special issue, with Nicholas Rowland) Materiality of Statehood, for STS

·       (planned journal) Science and Transnational Politics

 

Recent Articles, Chapters, Encyclopedia Entries, Book Reviews*

a.     Science, Technology, Medicine & Society Studies and Media-Archaeology

 

Forthcoming

·      (to be submitted) ?Technologies of Appetites and Justice?, submission w. Poetics

·      (to be submitted) ?Medical imaging as algorithmic catastrophe or digital pharmakon?

·      (solicited) ?Review forthcoming biography of Paul Lauterbur?, Isis (Journal of the History of Science Society)

·      (2016) ?Experience through Science Fiction.?, Special Issue: Science and Science Fiction, Vol. 2, Bulletin for Science, Technology, & Society, online first

·      ?Biodigital citizenship, embodying the political imagination, and the social cognition of generative justice? in: Restivo, S., ed. Encyclopedia of Brain, Mind, and Culture, Routledge (book contract still under negotiation)

·      (forthcoming) Interview with Univativ (Journal by Leuphana University Students)

·      (forthcoming) ?Review of Shim, Janet K. Heart Sick: The Politics of Risk, Inequality and Heart Disease, NYU Press? in: Somatosphere

 

Published

·      ? (2016, with Sabrina M. Weiss) ?Making Trouble: Mindfulness is Care and other lessons? Cordula Brand (Ed.): Dual-process theories in moral psychology. Interdisciplinary approaches to theoretical, empirical and practical considerations. Wiesbaden: Springer VS.

·       (2016, with Sabrina M. Weiss) ?Whose Science, Whose Fiction??, Special Issue: Science and Science Fiction, Vol. 1, Bulletin for Science, Technology, & Society, online first

·      (2016, edited by H.Gibson) Top of the Heap Series, Somatosphere

·      (2015) ?Review of Prasad, A. Imperial Technoscience. Transnational histories of MRI in the United States, Britain and India. MIT Press, 2014? in: Isis (Journal of the History of Science Society), December 2015

·      (2015) ?The Genomics of Race: Implifications for Digital Cultural Health Care Capital? in: Installing(Social)Order, edited by Passoth, Jan-Hendrik, Nicholas Rowland, and Stefanie Fishel, at: http://installingorder.org/2015/03/04/the-genomics-of-race-implifications-for-digital-cultural-health-capital/

·      ? (2014) ?Digital Fair-Ground: Explorations of the Patient Experience Between Social Justice and the Virtualization of Health and Illness? in: Current Perspectives in Social Theory (Harry Dahms, editor) Vol. 32: 53 - 91

·       (2014) ?Braining your life/Living your Brain: Cyborg Gaze and medical images.? in: Neuroscience and Media: New Understandings and Representations, Grabowski, M. ed., London: Routledge

·       (2014) ?Review of Heinz von Foerster (A. Muller & K. H. Muller, eds.) (2014). The beginning of heaven and earth has no name: Seven days with second-order cybernetics. New York: Fordham UP?, in: Bulletin of Science, Technology, and Society, online first

·      (2014) ?Almost Great: A Review of Setlin, D. Imaging Illness ? in: Symbolic Interaction, Vol. 37/3: 437?438

·      (2014 with Sabrina M. Weiss) ?Mindfulness as/is Care: Biopolitics, narrative empathy and techno-scientific practices? in: Ie, Amanda, Langer, Ellen, Ngnoumen, Christelle, eds. Handbook of Mindfulness Research, Hoboken, NJ: Wiley-Blackwell.

·      (2013, with Sabrina M. Weiss) ?ADHD and its ecologies and agencies: Before and beyond the label?  Krankheitskonstruktionen und Krankheitstreiberei. Dellwing, Michael, ed., Wiesbaden: VS Verlag

·      ? (2011) ?Truths, Knowledge, Narratives of Selves.?   The American Sociologist. Special Issue on Semiotics and Social Science, Vol. 42, 2/3, 2011

·      ? (2011)?Digital Divide? in: Impacts of Technological Change (Sociological Reference Guide) Ipswich, MA: Salem Press: 45 ? 55

·      ? (2011) ?Jacques Ellul's Technological Society? in: Impacts of Technological Change (Sociological Reference Guide) Ipswich, MA: Salem Press: 14 ? 24

·      ? (2011) ?Knowledge-Based Economy? in: Impacts of Technological Change (Sociological Reference Guide) Ipswich, MA: Salem Press: 36 ? 44

·      ? (2011) ?The Internet&Society? in: Impacts of Technological Change Salem Press: 56 ? 65

·      ? (2011) ?Technology & the Mass Media?in: Impacts of Technological Change (Sociological Reference Guide) Ipswich, MA: Salem Press: 66 ? 72

·      ? (2011) ?Technology & Surveillance?in:Impacts of Technological Chang (Sociological Reference Guide) e, Ipswich, MA: Salem Press: 119 ? 126

·      ? (2011) ?Technology and Medicine? in: Impacts of Technological Change (Sociological Reference Guide) Ipswich, MA: Salem Press: 127 ? 137

·      ? (2011) ?Posthumanism? in: Impacts of Technological Change Ipswich, MA: Salem Press: 138 ? 145

·      (2010) ?The ADHD regime and situating neuro-chemical selves in whole systems? Kopnina, Helen/Keune, Hans(eds.) Health and Environment, Nova Science, 25 pages

·      (2010) ?A note on the question of virtualization of health and illness in the age of biological citizenship? TelosScope (Telos, Open Access)

 

b. Sociology, Organization Studies, and Political Theory

 

Forthcoming

·      (to be submitted) ?What is a technological object??, with Poetics

·      (to be submitted) ?That summer I had a cancer narrative.?, with Symbolic Interaction

·      (solicited, with Manuela Boatc? Christian Dayé, Melanie Lorek, Anne Sophie Wellna) ?The current state and crisis of German/German-speaking sociology? in: American Sociologist

·      (tba) ?Review of Molecular Red by MacKenzie Wark, Verso?

·       (solicited, in progress) ?After the State is before the State: Unruly Boundaries and Stately Concepts for Nomadic Governance (with Braidotti, Deleuze, Foucault, Meyer, Rokkan, and  O'Neill.)? in: Restivo, Sal, ed. The Sociological Worldview. Expanded Edition with contributors. London: Routledge

 

 

 

Published

·      (2015) ?The Rural Imaginary?, in: Bakker, J.I. ?H.? ed The Methodology of Political Economy: Studying the Global Rural?Urban Matrix, Lanham: Lexington

·      (2014) ?Review of The Beginning of Heaven and Earth has no name, Conversations with Heinz v. Foerster, Fordham UP? in: Bulletin for Science, Technology & Society

·       (2013) Reviews for Sensation and Modernity in the 1860s by N. Daly, Chaotic Justice: Rethinking African American Literary History by J. Ernest, Electronic Elsewheres, L. Spiegl et al., eds., Between Culture and Biology, Heidi Keller et al. eds.; Originally Southwest Journal of Culture, journal discontinued before publication. Now: alexstingl.wordpress.com

·       (2012) ?The Melting Pot versus the Tapestry Debate? The Making of Modern Immigration: An Encyclopedia of People and Ideas. P. Hayes (ed.), Santa Barbara, CA: ABC-CLIO

·      ? (2009) ?Structural-Functional Analysis of Health & Medicine?, ResearchStarters: Sociology, EBSCO Publ.

·      ? (2009) ?Globalization & Global Governance?, ResearchStarters: Sociology, EBSCO Publishing

·      ? (2009) ?Global Expansion: Colonialism?, ResearchStarters: Sociology, EBSCO Publishing

·      ? (2009) ?Adorno?s Authoritarian Personality?, ResearchStarters: Sociology, EBSCO Publishing

·      ? (2009) ?Knowledge-Based Economy?, ResearchStarters: Sociology, EBSCO Publishing

·      ? (2009) ?Modernity and Mass Society?, ResearchStarters: Sociology, EBSCO Publishing

·      ? (2009) ?Toennies & the Loss of Community?, ResearchStarters: Sociology, EBSCO Publishing

·      ? (2009) ?Progress & the Postmodern Society?, ResearchStarters: Sociology, EBSCO Publishing

·      (2007) ?The Inelegance of the Economies of Power and Influence? in: POMPEII Journal for Junior Scholarship in the Arts and Sciences, 49 pages (Original German)

·      (2007)?Procedural Memory in Reflexive Modernities: The Transformation of the ?Opfer?-Semantic and the Genesis of the ?Opfer?-/Survivor-Narrative in German Discourse?, www.gradnet.de/events/webcontributions/stingl.pdf

 

c. Philosophy, Cultural Analysis, and History

 

Forthcoming

·      (to be submitted) ?Bodies as leaky selves?, submission w. Journal Consciousness Studies

·      (to be submitted, with Gareth Edel) ?Temporality and Agency?

·      (tentatively accepted) ? Review of Dussel Ethics of Liberation ? Symbolic Interaction

·      (to be submitted) ?Emergent Thirdness in Professional Health Care Ethics: ?Thinking With? Conceptual Tools That Include Children in Shared Decision Practices.?

·      ? (forthcoming 2017) ?Exercising epistemic authority and the deployment of persuasive technologies:  The case of medical images? in: Vollmann/Nossek/Gather/Henking, eds.. Beneficial coercion in medicine? Foundations, areas of conflict, prevention' (publication following BMBF Klausurwoche, Bochum 2016)

 

Published

·      (2016) ?Review Insurgent Encounters, Juris/Khasnabish, eds, Duke UP? in: Study of Radicalism Volume 10, Number 1, Spring 2016: 177-179

·      ?(2015) ?Digital Divide? in: ten Have, H., ed., Encyclopedia for Global Bioethics. New York: Springer.

·      (2014) ?Between Shell and Ghost: A hauntology of zombies in society?  in: Dellwing, M. ed., Vergemeinschaftung in Zeiten der Zombie-Apokalypse, Wiesbaden: Springer VS

·      (2013) ?Review of The Body Problematic: Political Imagination in Kant and Foucault by Laura Hengehold, Penn State Press? in: Foucault Studies Vol. 15

·      (2011) ?How to Map the Body's Spaces: Using Foucault's heterotopology for the cartography of corporeal myths.? Conference Proceedings, History, Univ. of Bucharest, Claudia F. Dobre, et al, eds.

·      (2010) ?Review of Money Matters: Economics and the German Cultural Imagination 1770 ? 1850 by Richard T. Gray, Univ. of Washington Press? in: Canadian Journal of History

·      ? (2009) ?Søren Kierkegaard? Great Neck Publishing, Our World.

·      ? (2008) ?Cultural Scripts? and others for EBSCO Notes.

 

 

   d. Research Methodology

·      (2010) ?On Research Proposals. (plus Supplements 1&2)? alexstingl.wordpress.com

·      ? (2009) ?Cultural Scripts?, Research Starters, EBSCO

·      ? (2009) ?Visual Sociology?, Research Starters, EBSCO

 

   e. Teaching and Higher Education

·      (forthcoming, with Gareth Edel) ?Digital Cultural Health Capital and Decolonial Pedagogy?, in Heidkamp/Kergel, eds. Precarity within the Digital Age: Media Change and Social Insecurity. Springer

·       (2010) ?Needs, whims, and the late paper dilemma?, www.alexstingl.webs.com/teaching

·       (2009) ?Riskantes Sprechen: Replik auf Gumbrecht (Speech Perilous: A Reply)? in:

POMPEII Journal for Junior Scholarship in the Arts and Sciences, 10 pages

 

  f. Recent Interviews & Media Appearances

Univativ, Men?s Health Online, somatosphere

 

 


g. Presentations*

·       (panel proposals for 2017/2018)

o   Panel proposal ?The narrative dialectics of techno-scientific seeing: STS applies semantic agency theory (SAT)?

o   Panel proposal ?The ecology of agency beyond, before and after the humans?

·      (submission pending for 2017) ?Suffering and being a survivor in the age of mass media: Narratives, myths and metaphor machines?

·      (Decision and planning pending, with Michael Dellwing) Public debate on ?The uses and follies of theory (in sociology)? Univ. of Kassel

·      (Rescheduling from originally Dec. 2013 to 2016) ?The role of public intellectuals in post-democratic digital culture.?, Philosophy Colloquium, Leuphana University, Lüneburg

·      (2016) ?What comes after (World) Risk Society? Doing(s of the) techno-scientific post-risk body.? Details tba

·       (2016) tba. SSSP

·      (2016) tba. SSSI

·      (2016) ?Economies of Relevance and the Ignorance Towards Ecology: Rethinking care, precarity, and attention?, ESS,  Boston

·      (2016) Organizer Mini-Conference ?Decolonial Options, 9 panels, ESS, Boston

·      (2016) ?Exercising epistemic authority and the deployment of persuasive technologies:  The case of medical images? at the: BMBF Klausurwoche ?Beneficial coercion in medicine? Foundations, areas of conflict, prevention', Univ. Bochum, Feb. 15 ? 19

·       (2016 invited but scheduling conflict) ?The Rural Imaginary & BioEconomy?, IRSA, Ryerson Univ., Toronto

·      (2015) ??Hellooooo Zombie!? Embodying and enacting transmedial cognitive Cultures and Othering(s).? Adaptation and Perception: Media Convergence, Johannes Gutenberg - University Mainz December 3 -5, 2015

·      (2015) ?Digital coloniality of power and forms of digital epistemic disobedience?, for Network Academy/RevealingTheConnections, Leuphana student discussion form organized by Lukas Beckenbauer, Nov. 19, 2015.

·       (2015) ?Science, Democracy, and Citizenship? Lectures, Leuphana University Lüneburg, College of Liberal Arts, ?Science knows Methods?-Lecture Series

o   1st Lecture:  ?Zombies!!! Science and Political Economy of Attention?, Oct. 27, 2015

o   2nd Lecture: : ?And I am telling you, the map is not the territory! or Why a dead salmon has feelings, too. On the power of scientific imagery and political imagination!?, Nov. 12, 2015

o   [Possible 3rd Lecture ?What comes after (World)Risk Society??, pending scheduling]

·      (2015 w. Sabrina Weiss) ?Embodying the Leaky Self?, Body & Embodiment Section, ASA

·      (2015) ?Digital Cultural Health Care Capital?, Section on Communication  nd Information Technologies, ASA

·      (2015) ?Is another Social Science Possible? The Decolonial Option?, Sociology of Culture Section, ASA

·      (2015) ?The Digital Coloniality of Power and Integrative Interdisciplinarity: Embodied spaces, technological zones, cultures of cognition.? SKAT 25

·      (2015) ?Decolonial Options for the Social Science? in: Featured Seccsion Critical and Public Sociology. SSSI

·      (2015 with Sabrina Weiss) ?The Technologies of Appetites: Transforming Food, Sex & Gender from Technologies into Generative Values? in: Sexualities Panel, SSSI

·      (2015 with Sabrina Weiss) ?Transmediality and Radical Otherness?, Thematic Session: Diaspora, Othering, and/or Racialization, SSSP

·      (2015 with Sabrina Weiss) Decolonial Options for the Social Sciences: Social Science, Justice, and Epistemic Delinking?, Thematic Session/Critical Dialogue: Gender/Race/Class and Globalization, SSSP

·      (2015) ?Digital Cultural Health Care Capital: The emergence of a deep biodigital divide?, Thematic Session: The Impact of Social Welfare Policy on Race, Class, and Gender Disparities, SSSP

·      (2015) ?Mindless Routines: Perhaps it?s not so much about the why than the how police shoot black men?, Critical Dialogue: New Directions in Criminology, SSSP

·      (2015 with Sabrina M. Weiss and Nicholas Rowland) panel organizer ?Decoloniality?, ESS

·      (2015 with Sabrina Weiss) ?An hauntology of zombies?, ESS

·      (2015) ?The techno-scientific object: Performance of a Conceptual-Empirical Laboratory?

·       (accepted for 2015, scheduling conflict) ?A certain scientific and magical realist: On Transmediality, Radical Otherness and Justice? , PCA, New Orleans

·      (2015 with Weiss) ?A hauntology of Zombies?, Approaching Post-Humanism and the Posthuman Conference, University of Geneva

·      (2015) Guest Lectures, RIT

o   Political Science Dept. (Planned):

§  Epistemology, Ontology, and Decoloniality in STS and IR?

o   STS Dept. September

§  ?The Persuasive Power of Medical Imag(inari)es: Gender and Illness?

§  ?Post-Risk Society

§  ?ADHD in the classroom?

o   STS Dept. May

§  ?The Persuasive Power of Medical Imag(inari)es: Gender, Illness, Ageing?

o   STS Dept. March/April

§  ?Heredity/Eugenics/Genetics: History and contemporary Issues?(Biomedicalization)

§  Moderator ?Hurricane Katrina? (Science, Technology&Values)

§  ?The Biodigitalization of Fatigue: ADHD and the Classroom? (Science, Technology&Values)

§  ?Biomedicalization of Childhood? (Biomedicalization)

·      (2015) Co-organzier with Sabrina M. Weiss and Nicholas J. Rowland Panel Series (1-3) Decoloniality and the Social Sciences, ESS NYC

·      (2015 with Sabrina Weiss) ?A Hauntology of Zombies?, ESS NYC

·      (2015) ?The Very Idea of a Technological Object: A Performance of a Conceptual - Empirical Laboratory?, ESS NYC

·      (2014) Guest Discussant, RIT ?This is a/my body. Invited discussant for class reading of M.Casper/L.J.Moore Missing Bodies?

·       (2014) Guest Lectures, RIT

o   STS Dept. September

§  ?The Biodigitalization of Fatigue: ADHD and the Classroom? (Two Science, Technology&Values Classes)

§  ?Braining Your Life: The Colonization of Medical Imaginaries? (Biomedicalization Course)

·      (2014, with Sabrina M.Weiss) ?Bringing the Body back in?, SSSI San Francisco

·      (2014) ?On technical Objects?, SSSI San Francisco

·      (2014, with Sabrina M. Weiss ) ?Bringing the Body back in?, ASA San Francisco

·      (2014) ?Braining your life, living your brain?, ASA San Francisco

·      (2014, accepted but cancelled due to scheduling conflict)?The Mangle of Narrative Dialectics?, STS Italia 2014

·      (2014) ?Practicing narratives of selves in cyborg visuality. A semantic agency theory (SAT) perspective on ageing and gendered selves.? ESS 2014

·      (2014 with Sabrina M. Weiss) ?Keep Calm and Maintain Homeostasis: How sociology just got more complicated thanks to bodyliness, social guts,  and leaky companion bodies.? Mini Conference on Body and Embodiment (w. Turner, Orr, Pitts-Taylor), ESS

·      ? (2014) ?Making Trouble: Mindfulness as/is Care? German Ministry for Education&Research (BMBF) workshop ?Psychology instead of Ethics?, Univ. Tübingen

·      (2014) ?The rational, semantic, beautiful animal?, Lecture Leuphana College, in a seminar by S.Weiss

·       (2013) RIT Guest Lectures, STS Dept.

9/11 Guest Lectures:

Science, Technology&Environment ?Decolonial Options for the Postdemocratic Risk Society: Ecology&Capitalism?

Science, Technology&Values ?Decolonial Options for the Postdemocratic Risk Society: Democracy&Capitalism?

STS & Gender ?The Persuasive Power of Medical Imaginaries: Gender, Illness, Ageing?

·      (2013) ?Care, Power, Information: The techno-aesthetics of patients? lifecourses?? ASA Annual Meting, NYC

·      (originally accepted for 2013, cancellation over conflict) ?Before and beyond the binaries: Postcolonial perspectives on ADHD technologies? 4S

·      (2013) ?Time, Space, Image: The visual aesthetics of techno-scientific interactions of doctors, patients&publics? SSSI

·      (2013)?Germany: Society, Politics, and Academia? RPI, STS Dept. Leadership Seminar, Professional Development, Section A and B, March 27, 2013 

·      (2013) ?A theory of nomadic Statehood? Eastern Sociological Association Boston (ESS), also served as stand-in for missing presider

·      (accepted for 2013, scheduling conflict) ?Suffering and Pain: Constructing and inhabiting narrative semantic sites?, NEPCA

·      (accepted for 2013, budget conflict) ?Paper on Digitalization?, SPH, Lisbon

·      (accepted for 2013, with Weiss, budget conflict) ?Nomadic States/Thirdness/Ecologies?, Deleuze Studies, Lisbon, July

·      (accepted for 2013, missing due to scheduling conflict) ?States of Abundance and The Culture: Theorizing economies and governance beyond growth and austerity with Iain M. Banks's novels. ?, American Popular Culture Assoc.

·      (accepted for 2013, budget conflict) ?Radical historicity & developing systems: Sex/gender persuasion, medical images, systems biology?, Systems Biology Panel (organizer: Niki Vermeulen)ICHSTM Manchester, UK, May 2013

·      (2012) ?Enlightenment, critique, and the nomadic political imagination.? (with commentary by Bernhard Tilg), invited presentation for seminar 'Aufklaerung und Kritik' (Tilg/Monsorno), Leuphana College, Lueneburg,

·      (2012 Guerilla Paper) ?Nomadic Statehood?, Guerilla Talk during 4S, October 2012

·      (2012) ?Semantic gaps, epistemic deficiencies and the cyborg gaze: Medical imaging, gender, in the perspective of postcolonial philosophy of science.? NeuroCultures-NeuroGenderings II, University of Vienna, 2012

·      (2012) ?Styles of Suffering and Spaces of Pain: A narrative empathic theory?, Society for the Study of Symbolic Interaction, Annual Meeting

·      (2012) ?The post-democratic body and the bio-scientific state.?, ASA, Denver, August 17-21, 2012

·      (2012) ?Digitalized Humans in Human Ecology?, Italian Society of Science & Technology Studies, Rovigo, Italy

·      (2012) Invited Lectures ?ADHD in the classroom? English Teacher Education, FAU, May 22

·      (2012 paper accepted, but canceled due to scheduling conflict) ?The body concept in images?, BSA,

·      (2011,) ?Medical Imaging and its narratives.?  Northeast Popular Culture Assoc., Western Conn. State U.

·      (2011) Medical Imaging as a persuasive technology?? Society for Social Studies of Science (4S) Annual Conference, Cleveland, OH

·      (2011) ?How to Map the Body's Spaces: Using Foucault's heterotopology for the cartography of corporeal myths.? Conference on Myth-Making and Myth-Breaking in History, Univ. of Bucharest Romania

·      (2011) ?Bringing care back into health care: Bio-citizenship & Digital Divide?Conference on Science and Technology in Political Sociology, Rensselaer Polytech. Inst., Albany, NY

·      (2011)?The body in medicine and society in 19th century America? Research Colloquium, American Stud., FAU

·      (2010) ?Virtualization of Health Care and Biomedicine and Social Justice?, ASA 2010

·      (2009) ?Knowing the Normal from the Pathological: The Genealogical Reconstruction of Attention and its Pathologies under a Whole Systems Frame of Reference.? ASA 2009

·      (2009) ?The Crisis of the Biological Citizen: ADHD as an Assemblage for the Early 21st century? The British Sociological Association 2009; Mental Health and Illness Panel

·      (2008) ?The Constitutive/Regulative Difference in the History of German Physiology and American Sociology and in Contemporary Debates?, British Sociological Assoc. Annual Conference (BSA) Warwick, UK

·      (2008) ?Talcott Parsons as a Pragmatist? Emerson, James, Meiklejohn and Parsons ?, Paper presented at the Annual Conference of the American Sociological Association (ASA) Boston, MA, USA

·      (2007) ?Regulation and Medialität: Talcott Parsons Leben und Werk im Rahmen der Ideengeschichte? Invited  Lecture at the European Colloquium of the University of Flensburg

·      (1999) ?Cloning Dolly: Political and Philosophical Implications?,

o   Invited Presentation, AK Politik Sigena. ?The Debate on Cloning?,

o   Invited Lecture, Dept. for Sociology, Empirical Social Research, and Social Anthropology, WISO Faculty, FAU Erlangen-Nuremburg

 


  h. Selected Academic Translations

Donald Levine (Ritzma Prof., Former Dean of the College, University of Chicago, IL [1931 ? 2015])

Speech for the Bielefeld Lecture Series on Simmel, Sociology and Lebensansschauung: Two Pathways of the Synthesis of Kant and Goethe in Georg Simmel (?Soziologie und Lebensanschauung: Zwei Wege der Kant-Goethe-Synthese bei Georg Simmel) (Forthcoming publication of the translation in Simmel Studies Vol.17/2: 239 ? 263), ?The Aiki Way to Therapeutic and Creative Human Interaction? AIKI-Institut für Gesundheitsförderung und Selbstentwicklung, May 19, 2007 (Eine Alternative therapeutischer und kreativer Interaktion: Der Weg des Aiki)

Contributor to Chrisitan Dayé?s translation of ?Der Status von Klassikern?.? in: Moebius/Dayé, eds. Soziologiegeschichte, Berlin: Suhrkamp, 2015

Hans Bakker (Prof., Sociology, University of Guelph, Canada)

?The Weber-Rachfahl Debate: Calvinism and Capitalism in Holland (Part One)?,  ?The Execution of Oldenbarnevelt: The ?Means of Coercion? (Weber) in Comparative-Historical Perspective (Part Two)?  (Die Weber-Rachfahl Diskussion um Calvinismus und Kapitalismus in Holland. Auf dem Weg zu einer neo-Weberianischen komparativ-historischen Soziologie); ?A Weberian Analysis of Class-Relations and Servile Labor?

?The New Sociological Imagination, Inana Yoga, and the Web of Life: Gandhi, Grant, Mills, Peirce? (Die Erneuerung soziologischer Einbildungskraft: Soziologische Vernunft, Inana Yoga und das Netz des Lebens)

Talcott Parsons

Various archive materials, including German Summary of Research Plan 1924/5, the complete(!) Power Bank manuscript

(some in original dissertation ms., in Between Discursivity and Sensus Communis, and in Anthropos? Scaffoldings)

Max Weber

Selected parts of ?Psychophysik der industriellen Arbeit?, in dissertation ms., planned pub. of complete version

Rudolf Hermann Lotze

Selected excerpts from Lotze?s works, in original dissertation ms. 


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