BOOK REVIEWS: Books for Review - Spring 2018

We have a number of new titles available for review:

Inferior: How science got women wrong and the new research that’s rewriting the story, Angela Saini.

Knowing Her Place. Positioning women in science, Valerie Bevan and Caroline Gatrell.

Bioinsecurities. Disease interventions, empire and the government of species, Neel Ahuja.

Radiation Brain Moms and Citizen Scientists. The gender politics of food contamination after Fukushima, Aya Hirata Kimura.

Ageing and technology. Perspectives from the social sciences, Emma Dominguez-Rue and Linda Nierling (eds.)

The Exquisite Corpse of Asian America. Biopolitics, biosociality and posthuman ecologies, Rachel C. Lee.

Brilliant Imperfection. Grappling with cure, Eli Clare.

Epigenetic Landscapes. Drawings as metaphor, Susan Merrill Squier.

Plastic Bodies. Sex hormones and menstrual suppression in Brazil, Emilia Sanabria.

We welcome new reviewers and, if you would be interested in undertaking a review for us, please contact the Book Review Editor ( with a brief biography and an example of your previous writing.

Posted: 2018-02-15