2012 Publications

Journal Articles

Acuto, M. (2012) The naïveté of large numbers. Yale Journal of International Affairs, 7(2), 95-97.

Acuto, M. (2012) Ain’t about politics? The wicked power-geometry of Sydney’s greening governance. International Journal of Urban and Regional Research, 36 (2), 381-399.

Acuto, M. (2012) Not quite the dragon: a 'Chinese' view on the six party talks, 2002-2008. International History Review, 34 (1), 21-37.

Acuto, M. (2012) Talking groups out of war: strategies with secessionist groups. Peace & Change, 37 (1), 122-150.

Baptista, I. (2012) How Portugal became an ‘unplanned country’: a critique of scholarship on Portuguese urban development and planning. International Journal of Urban and Regional Research, 36 (5), 1076–92.

Baptista, I. (2012) Practices of exception in urban governance: reconfiguring power inside the state. Urban Studies, 50 (1), 39-54.

Hinterberger, A. (2012) Publics and populations: the politics of ancestry and exchange in genome science. Science as Culture.

Hinterberger, A. (2012) Investing in life, investing in difference: nations, populations and genomes. Theory, Culture and Society, 29 (3), 72-93.

Lezaun, J. (2012) The pragmatic sanction of materials: notes for an ethnography of legal substances. Journal of Law and Society, 39(1), 20-38.

Lezaun, J. and Schneider, T. (2012) Endless qualifications, restless consumption: the governance of novel foods in Europe. Science as Culture, 21(3), 365-391.

Montgomery, C.M. (2012) Making prevention public: the co-production of gender and technology in HIV research. Social Studies of Science, 42 (6), 922-944

Montgomery, C.M. (2012) Protocols and participatory democracy in a North-South product development partnership. Sociology of Health & Illness, 34 (7), 1053-1069.

Montgomery, C.M., Watts, C. and Pool, R. (2012). HIV and dyadic intervention: an interdependence and communal coping analysisPLoS ONE, 7 (7), e40661.

Patel, T. and Rayner, S. (2012) Towards a transactional approach to culture: Illustrating the application of Douglasian cultural framework in a variety of management settings. European Management Review, 9(3), 121–138, Autumn 2012.

Porter, N. (2012) Risky zoograpies: the limits of place in avian flu management. Environmental Humanities.

Rayner, S. (2012) Uncomfortable knowledge in science and environmental policy discourses. Economy and Society, 41(1), 107-125.

Schneider, T. and Woolgar, S. (2012) Technologies of ironic revelation: enacting consumers in neuromarkets. Consumption, Markets and Culture, 15 (2), 169-189.

Scott, V., Gilfillan, S., Markusson, N., Chalmers, H. and Haszeldine, S. (2012) Last chance for carbon capture and storage. Nature Climate Change, 3, 105–111.

Wong, P.-K. (2012) Dao, Harmony and Personhood: Towards a Confucian Ethics of TechnologyPhilosophy & Technology, 25 (1), 67-86.

Chapters in Books and Proceedings

Acuto, M. (2012) Sydney: a greening global city. In: B. Derudder et al. (eds.). International handbook of globalization and world cities. Cheltenham: E. Elgar, 538-550.

Hinterberger, A. (2012) Agency. In: M. Evans and C. Williams (eds.). Gender: the key concepts. London: Routledge.

Hinterberger, A. (2012) Categorisation, census and multiculturalism: molecular politics and the material of nation. In: K. Wailoo, A. Nelson and C. Lee (eds.). Genetics and the unsettled past: the collision between DNA, race, and history. New Jersey: Rutgers University Press.

Woolgar, S. (2012) Ontological child consumption. In: A. Sparrman, B. Sandin, and J. Sjoberg (eds.) Situating child consumption: rethinking values and notions of children, childhood and consumption. The Nordic Academic Press.


Acuto, M. (2012) Cities and global governance. The Hague Journal of Diplomacy, 7 (2), 240-242.