Bibliography for Annotated Set


Bernal, Victoria. 2014. Nation as Network: Diaspora, Cyberspace, and Citizenship. University of Chicago Press.

Bezuidenhout, Louise, Ann H. Kelly, Sabina Leonelli, and Brian Rappert. 2017. “‘$100 Is Not Much To You’: Open Science and Neglected Accessibilities for Scientific Research in Africa.” Critical Public Health 27 (1): 39–49.

Bezuidenhout, Louise M., Sabina Leonelli, Ann H. Kelly, and Brian Rappert. 2017. “Beyond the Digital Divide: Towards a Situated Approach to Open Data.” Science and Public Policy 44 (4): 464–75.

Biruk, Crystal. 2018. Cooking Data: Culture and Politics in an African Research World. Critical Global Health: Evidence, Efficacy, Ethnography. Durham: Duke University Press.

Breckenridge, Keith. 2014. Biometric State: The Global Politics of Identification and Surveillance in South Africa, 1850 to the Present. New York: Cambridge University Press.

Coban, Alev. 2018. “Making Hardware in Nairobi: Between Revolutionary Practices and Restricting Imaginations.” The Journal of Peer Production, no. 12 (July).

Crane, Johanna. 2010. “Adverse Events and Placebo Effects: African Scientists, HIV, and Ethics in the ‘Global Health Sciences.’” Social Studies of Science 40 (6): 843–70.

Foster, Laura A. 2017. Reinventing Hoodia: Peoples, Plants, and Patents in South Africa. Feminist Technosciences. Seattle: University of Washington Press.

Geissler, P. Wenzel, and Noémi Tousignant. 2016. “Capacity as History and Horizon: Infrastructure, Autonomy and Future in African Health Science and Care.” Canadian Journal of African Studies / Revue Canadienne Des Études Africaines 50 (3): 349–59.

Green, Lesley J.F. 2012. “Beyond South Africa’s ‘Indigenous Knowledge – Science’ Wars.” South African Journal of Science 108 (7/8).

Hecht, Gabrielle. 2014. “Communications.” The American Historical Review 119 (1): 300–303.

Mavhunga, Clapperton Chakanetsa. 2014. Transient Workspaces: Technologies of Everyday Innovation in Zimbabwe. MIT Press.

Okeke, Iruka N. 2011. Divining without Seeds: The Case for Strengthening Laboratory Medicine in Africa. Cornell University Press.

Okeke, Iruka N. 2016. “African Biomedical Scientists and the Promises of ‘Big Science.’” Canadian Journal of African Studies / Revue Canadienne Des Études Africaines 50 (3): 455–78.

Osseo-Asare, Abena Dove. 2014. Bitter Roots: The Search for Healing Plants in Africa. University of Chicago Press.

Pollock, Anne. 2014. “Places of Pharmaceutical Knowledge-Making: Global Health, Postcolonial Science, and Hope in South African Drug Discovery.” Social Studies of Science 44 (6): 848–73.

Quayson, Ato. 2014. Oxford Street, Accra: City Life and the Itineraries of Transnationalism. Durham: Duke University Press.

Sittert, Lance van. 2013. “Gabrielle Hecht. Being Nuclear: Africans and the Global Uranium Trade.” The American Historical Review 118 (5): 1481–83.

Tichenor, Marlee. 2017. “Data Performativity, Performing Health Work: Malaria and Labor in Senegal.” Medical Anthropology 36 (5): 436–48.

Tilley, Helen. 2010. “Global Histories, Vernacular Science, and African Genealogies; or, Is the History of Science Ready for the World?” Isis 101 (1): 110–19.

———. 2011. Africa as a Living Laboratory: Empire, Development, and the Problem of Scientific Knowledge, 1870-1950. Chicago: University of Chicago Press.

Von Schnitzler, Antina. 2013. “TRAVELING TECHNOLOGIES: Infrastructure, Ethical Regimes, and the Materiality of Politics in South Africa: TRAVELING TECHNOLOGIES.” Cultural Anthropology 28 (4): 670–93.


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August 22, 2018 - 7:11pm

Critical Commentary

AO: This artifact is the bibliography for the subset within the larger curated bibliography that I more closely annotated.

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Angela Okune, "Bibliography for Annotated Set", contributed by Angela Okune, STS Infrastructures, Platform for Experimental Collaborative Ethnography, last modified 22 August 2018, accessed 26 May 2022.