Publications

SELECTED PUBLICATIONS

Arteaga, I. (2021) Game-changing? Promise and efficacy of novel cancer treatments. Medical Anthropology: Cross-cultural Studies of Health and Illness. DOI: 10.1080/01459740.2020.1860960

Greco C & Arteaga I, et al. (2020). Cancer, COVID-19, and the need for critique. Wellcome Open Research 5:280 (https://doi.org/10.12688/wellcomeopenres.16404.1)

Arteaga, I.  (2020) Emotion work in colorectal cancer treatments. Medical Anthropology: Cross-cultural Studies of Health and Illness. DOI: 10.1080/01459740.2020.1808976

Arteaga, I. (2019) From attitudes to materialities: Understanding bowel control for colorectal cancer patients in London. Medical Materialities. Parkhurst, A. and Carrol, T. (Eds.) London: Routledge.

Risør, I. & Arteaga, I. (2018) Disjunctive belongings and the utopia of intimacy: violence, love and friendship among poor urban youth in neoliberal Chile, Identities, 25:2, 228 -244, DOI: 10.1080/1070289X.2017.1400278

Forthcoming:

Arteaga, I. Learning to see cancer in an early detection researc. Medicine Anthropology Theory. Special issue ‘Medical Testing, Diagnosis and Value’ edited by A. Street, A. Kelly and M. Taylor.

Robinson, K. & I. Arteaga. ‘Hard-to-Reach’? Meanings at the Margins of Care and Risk in Cancer Research. In Bennet, L., Manderson, L., Spagnoletti, B. (Eds) Cancer Ethnographies: Inequalities, Embodiments and Interventions in Global Perspective. London: UCL Press.  Expected: late 2021.     

Lemos-Dekker, N., van Dam, A., Arteaga, I., Llewellyn, H., Karathanasis, P., Bryant, R. Navigating chronic crisis. In M. Boletsi, N. Lemos-Dekker, K. Mika, K. Robbe (Eds.) Untimely Crises: Chronotopes and Critique. London, New York and Shanghai: Palgrave Macmillan.

Book Reviews:

Cancer Biomarkers: Ethics, Economics, and Society, edited by Blanchard, A. and Strand, R. Journal for the Sociology of Health &Illness Vol. 41 (6): 1207-1208

Metrics: What counts as Global Health, edited by Adams, V. Medicine Anthropology Theory 5 (4): 121–124.

An anthropology of lying: Information in the doctor-patient relationship, by Sylvie Fainzang. Journal of the Royal Anthropological Institute 23 (2): 426- 427.

Online publications:

Greco C, & Arteaga I. (2021). The need for multiple perspectives: looking at cancer care beyond the clinical lens. Available at: https://blog.wellcomeopenresearch.org/2021/03/11/the-need-for-multiple-perspectives-looking-at-cancer-care-beyond-the-clinical-lens/  

Arteaga, I. & Risør, H. (2021).The Fishtail model: Utopia, overdetermination and ethnographic writing in Chile. Available at: https://www.identitiesjournal.com/blog-collection/utopia-overdetermination-and-ethnographic-writing-in-chile

Arteaga, I., Robinson, K. Macdonald, M. (2020) How to Track and Trace: Look for the super-locals. BMJ Opinion. Available at: https://blogs.bmj.com/bmj/2020/09/10/covid-19-test-and-trace-look-for-the-super-locals-to-access-hard-to-reach-groups/

Arteaga, I., Greco, C., Llewellyn, H., Ross, E. & Swallow, J. (2019) (Dis)continuities in cancer care: An ethnographic approximation to practices of disease stratification. Somatosphere: Science, Medicine and Anthropology. Available at: http://somatosphere.net/2019/discontinuities-in-cancer-care-an-ethnographic-approximation-to-practices-of-disease-stratification.html/

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