Lee, Jieun (2019). Living with/out Dementia in Contemporary South Korea. Medical Anthropology Quarterly.

Dokumaci, Arseli. (2019). People as Affordances: Building Disability Worlds through Care Intimacy. Current Anthropology.

Svensson, Marie, Gislasson, Gunnar & Wahlberg, Ayo. (2019) Chronic Paradoxes: A Systematic Review of Qualitative Family Perspectives on Living with Congenital Heart Defects. Qualitative Health Research.

Kingod, Natasja & Cleal, Bryan. (2019). Noise as dysappearance: Attuning to a life with type 1 diabetes. Body & Society.

Dokumaci, Arseli. (2019) The ‘disabilitization’ of medicine: the emergence of Quality of Life as a space to interrogate the medical model, The History of the Human Sciences.

Dokumaci, Arseli. (2019) A Theory of Micro-activist Affordances: Disability, Improvisation and Disorienting Affordances. The South Atlantic Quarterly 118 (3): 491-519,

Kingdom, Natasja. (2019). Sygdomsfællesskaber på Facebook. Omsorg: nordisk tidsskrift for palliativ medicin. 2019/2: 46-49

Dokumaci, Arseli. (2018). Disability as Method: Interventions in the Habitus of Ableism through Media-Creation. Disability Studies Quarterly 38(3), DOI:

Mann, A. (2018). Ordering tasting in a restaurant: experiencing, socializing, and processing foodThe Senses and Society, 13:2.

Kingod, N. (2018). The tinkering m-patient: Co-constructing knowledge on how to live with type 1 diabetes through Facebook searching and sharing and offline tinkering with self-care. Health: an Interdisciplinary Journal for the Study of Health, Illness and Medicine,

Wahlberg, A. (2017). The Vitality of Disease. In M Meloni, J Cromby, D Fitzgerald & S Lloyd (eds), Handbook of Biology and Society. Palgrave Macmillan, pp. 727-748.

Kingod, N., Cleal, B., Wahlberg, A., & Husted, G. (2017). Online Peer-to-Peer Communities in the Daily Lives of People With Chronic Illness: A Qualitative Systematic Review. Qualitative Health Research, 27(1), 89-99. DOI: 10.1177/1049732316680203

Dokumaci, A. (2017). Vital affordances, occupying niches: an ecological approach to disability and performance. Research in Drama Education: The Journal of Applied Theatre and Performance. 22(3): 393-412. DOI: 10.1080/13569783.2017.1326808

Lee, J., (2016) ‘Placental economies: Care, anticipation and vital matters in the placenta stem cell lab in Korea’. BioSocieties.

Mann, A. (2015) ‘Which Context Matters? Tasting Everyday Life Practices and Social Science Theory’. Food, Culture & Society 18(3): 399-417.

Wahlberg, A. & Rose, N. (2015) ‘The governmentalization of living: Calculating global health’Economy and Society 44(1): 60-90.

Dokumaci, Arseli (2014) ‘Performance as Evidence in Chronic Disease: Measuring health status and treatment outcomes through the quantification of performance’. Performance Research: A Journal of the Performing Arts, 19(4): 14-23.

Wahlberg, A. (2014) ‘Knowledge of Living’Somatosphere: Science, Medicine and Anthropology, 10 November 2014. 

Mann, A., Mol, A., Satalkar, P., Savirani, A., Selim, N., Sur, M., Yates-Doerr, E. (2011) ‘Mixing Methods, Tasting Fingers: Notes on an Ethnographic Experiment’. HAU: Journal of Ethnographic Theory 1(1): 211-243. 

Wahlberg, A. (2009) 'Serious Disease as Kinds of Living', in S Bauer & A Wahlberg (eds), Contested Categories: Life Sciences in Society. Ashgate, Burlington, pp. 89-112. 

Wahlberg, A. (2008), ‘Above and beyond superstition: western herbal medicine and the decriminalising of placebo’. History of the Human Sciences 21(1): 77-101.

Dokumaci, Arseli. (Accepted). “People as Affordances: Building Disability Worlds in Collaboration.” Current Anthropology.

Kingod, Natasja. (Accepted). “In a vigilant state of chronic disruption: How parents with a young child with type 1 diabetes negotiate events and moments of uncertainty” Sociology of Health and Illness.

Lee, Jieun. (In Review) “I Can’t Get Rest, Even Though I Get Time for Rest”: Time in the State of Caregiving. American Anthropologist

Lee, Jieun. (In Review). Smiles, Touches, and Cultivating Response-able Bodies. Body & Society.

Heinsen, Laura L, Wahlberg, Ayo and Petersen, Helle V. (In Review). Surveillance Life and the Shaping of ‘Genetically at Risk’ Chronicities in Denmark. Anthropology & Medicine.