Here are some thoughts I’ve written down:

Shapiro, N, Zakariya, N & Roberts, J. “A Wary Alliance: From Enumerating Environments to Inviting ApprehensionEngaging Science, Technology, and Society. 2017, 3: 575-602.

Wylie, S, Shapiro, N, & Liboiron, M. “Making and Doing Politics through Grassroots Scientific Research on the Energy and Petrochemical IndustriesEngaging Science and Technology, and Society. 2017, 3: 393-425.

Shapiro, N. “Attuning to the Chemosphere: Domestic Formaldehyde, Bodily Reasoning, and the Chemical SublimeCultural Anthropology. August 2015, 30(3): 368–393.

Awarded the 2015 Cultural Horizons Award for the best essay in Cultural Anthropology.

Shapiro, N. “Un-knowing Exposure: Toxic Emergency Housing, Strategic Inconclusivity and Governance in the US Gulf South.” In Knowledge, Technology, and the Law, eds. Cloatre, E & Pickersgill, M., 2014, Routledge.

Kirksey, E, Shapiro, N & Brodine, M. “Hope in Blasted Landscapes.” Social Science Information. June 2013, 52(2): 228-256.

Republished in The Multispecies Salon, ed. Kirksey, E., 2014, Duke University Press.

Kirksey, E, Schuetze, C & Shapiro, N. “Poaching at the Multispecies Salon” an introduction to a special section of the Journal of the Kroeber Anthropological Society, June 2011, 100(1): 129-153.

FF engeneered wood

Almost there

Castner, J. et al. “Social Assessment of Novel Formaldehyde Exposure Detection Technology for use by Community Scientists” Public Health Nursing (revise and resubmitted).

Dillon, L. et al. “Voices From the EPA in the Early Days of the Trump Administration” American Journal of Public Health (revised and resubmitted).

Frederickson, L. et al. “Paving the Way for Trump: Past Presidential Assaults on Environmental Protection” American Journal of Public Health (under review).

Shapiro, N. “Never Broken Enough” Timescales, eds. Wiggin, B et al. University of Minnesota Press (under review).

Dillon, L. et al. “Environmental Data Justice and the Trump Administration: Reflection on Forming EDGI” Environmental Justice (in press).

Shapiro, N. & Kirksey, E. “Chemo-ethnography” introduction to a co-edited a special section of Cultural Anthropology (in press).


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