Publications

■ Publications (Selected)

  1. SUZUKI, Wakana, Expectations of Technoscience, The Journal of Science Policy and Research Management 28(1), pp163-174, 2013(Japanese)
  2. SUZUKI, Wakana Emergence of Expectations of iPS cell Research: Dynamics of Discourse, Materiality and practices, Japan journal for science, technology and society 23, pp1-30, 2014 (Peer-reviewed paper) (Japanese)
  3. SUZUKI, Wakana “The care of the cell” Nature Culture 03(2014) : 87-105. (Peer-reviewed paper) (English)
  4. SUZUKI Wakana “A single step toward a ‘good science’ of stem cell research”, BioSocieties 10(1) (2015); 107-115 (English)
  5. Sleeboom-Faulkner, Margaret, Choon Key Chekar, Alex Faulkner, Carolyn Heitmeyer, Marina Marouda, Achim Rosemann , Nattaka Chaisinthop, Hung-Chieh (Jessica) Chang , Adrian Ely, Masae Kato , Prasanna K. Patra, Yeyang Su, Suli Sui , Wakana SUZUKI , Xinqing Zhang, “Comparing national home-keeping and the regulation of translational stem cell applications: An international perspective”, Social Science & Medicine 153 (2016) ;240–249 (Peer-reviewed paper) (English)
  6. SUZUKI Wakana , Atsuro Morita, Liv Krause, Experimental system in the era of Anthropocene, Gendaishiso 2016 March, 2016 (Japanese)
  7. SUZUKI Wakana “Towards and Ecology of Cells-An Ethnography of iPS cell Research and Regenerative Medicine”, PhD thesis submitted to Osaka University, 2018(PhD thesis)(English)
  8. Atsuro Morita, Wakana SUZUKI “Being Affected by Sinking Deltas, Changing Landscapes, Resilience and Complex Adaptive Systems in the Scientific Story of the Anthropocene”, Current Anthropology 60 (2019): S286-S295. (Peer-reviewed paper) (English)
  9. SUZUKI, Wakana “Capturing the Potentiality of Stem Cells”, European Group for Organizational Studies Workshop 2019 (Online) (Peer-reviewed paper) (English)
  10. SUZUKI Wakana, “Multiplicity; Ethnographies of Science and Technology”, in ‘Views of Science and Technology Studies’ edited by Yuko Fujigaki, University of Tokyo Press, 2020. 95-113 (Japanese)
  11. SUZUKI Wakana, Post-Actor Network Theory and Contributions of Donna Haraway: From Ethnographies of a laboratory to Ethnographies of Human-Nonhuman Relations, Japan journal for science, technology and society 29, 3-29 (Japanese)
  12. SUZUKI, W. (2021). Receiving the lives of laboratory animals: Chains of improvisation in the choreography of care in Japan. Social Studies of Science. https://doi.org/10.1177/03063127211010223 (English)