This page lists in one place most of the research posted on this web site and the mirror web site davidjhess.org, and it provides links to published articles or final draft versions. If you are searching for a particular article, it is the best way to find it. If you wish to browse by topic, please click on the buttons for specific areas of research. If you would like a final, published version and it is not available from your library, please feel free to contact me at my Vanderbilt email address or use the contact form on the home page.
Forthcoming. David J. Hess, Quan D. Mai, Rachel Skaggs, and Magdalena Sudibjo. "Local Matters: Political Opportunities, Spatial Scale, and Support for Green Jobs Policies." Environmental Innovation and Societal Transitions. Abstract here.
Forthcoming. Holly J. McCammon, Allison McGrath, David J. Hess, and Minyoung Moon. 2017. “Women, Leadership, and the U.S. Environmental Movement.” In Holly J. McCammon and Lee Ann Banaszak (eds.), 100 Years of the Nineteenth Amendment: An Appraisal of Women’s Political Activism. Oxford University Press.
Forthcoming. David J. Hess and Rachel G. McKane. “Renewable Energy Research and Development: A Political Economy Perspective.” In David Tyfield, Rebecca Lave, Samuel Randalls, and Charles Thorpe, eds. Routledge Handbook of the Political Economy of Science. Final, prepublication version is here.
2017. David J. Hess and Kate Pride Brown. Water and the Politics of Sustainability Transitions: From Regime Actor Conflicts to System Governance Organizations. Journal of Environmental Policy and Planning. 10.1080/1523908X.2017.1341304. Final draft version available here.
2017. Benjamin Sovacool and David J. Hess. Ordering Theories: Taxonomies, Typologies, and Conceptual Frameworks for Technology and Society. Social Studies of Science. Prepublication version available here.
2017. David J. Hess, Christopher A. Wold, Scott C. Worland, and George M. Hornberger. Measuring Urban Water Conservation Policies: Toward a Comprehensive Index. Journal of the American Water Resources Association. 53(2): 442-455. 10.1111/1752-1688.12506. Abstract here.
2017. David J. Hess and Kate Pride Brown. Green Tea: Clean-Energy Conservatism as a Countermovement. Environmental Sociology 3(1): 64-75. DOI 10.1080/23251042.2016.1227417. Final, open-access version here.
2017. David J. Hess, Sulfikar Amir, Scott Frickel, Daniel Lee Kleinman, Kelly Moore, and Logan Williams. Structural Inequality and the Politics of Science and Technology. In Rayvon Fouché, Clarke Miller, Laurel Smith-Doerr, and Ulrike Felte (eds.), Handbook of Science and Technology Studies. MIT Press. Pp. 319-347.
2017. Kate Pride Brown and David J. Hess. The Politics of Water Conservation: Identifying and Overcoming Political Barriers to Successful Policies. Water Policy 9(2): 304-321. 10.2166/wp.2016.089. Abstract here. Draft version here.
2016. Kate Pride Brown and David J. Hess. Pathways to Policy: Partisanship and Bipartisanship in Renewable Energy Policy. Environmental Politics. 26: 971-990. 10.1080/09644016.2016.1203523. This article is available open-access at the publisher web site here.
2016. Undone Science: Social Movements, Mobilized Publics, and Industrial Transitions. MIT Press.
2016 David J. Hess, Christopher A. Wold, Elise Hunter, John Nay, Scott Worland, Jonathan Gilligan, and George M. Hornberger. Drought, Risk, and Institutional Politics in the American Southwest. Sociological Forum 31(S1): 807-827. 10.1111/socf.12274. Final, open-access version at publisher web site here.
2016. Anna Lamprou and David J. Hess. 2016. Finding Political Opportunities: Civil Society, Industrial Power, and the Governance of Nanotechnology in the European Union. Engaging Science, Technology, and Society 2: 35-54. Final, open-access publication at publisher web site here.
2016. Hess, David J. Social Movements, Civil Society, and Sustainability Politics. In Steven Moore (ed.), Pragmatic Sustainability: Theoretical and Practical Tools. Second edition. MIT Press. Revised and updated version of article originally published in 2010.
2016 Hess, David J. The Politics of Niche-Regime Conflicts: Distributed Solar Energy in the United States. Environmental Innovation and Societal Transitions 19: 42-45. Final, open-access version at publisher web site here.
2016 Hess, David J., Quan D. Mai, and Kate Pride Brown. Red States, Green Laws: Ideology and Renewable Energy Legislation in the United States. Energy Research and Social Science 11:19-28. Final, open-access version at publisher web site here. Correction: In Table 1, SB 409 should read SB 418 Solar Tax Exemption for Equipment. The vote is correct. The tax credit for thermal was HB 1917 in the previous year.
2015 Hornberger, George M., David J. Hess, and Jonathan Gilligan. Water Conservation and Hydrological Transitions in American Cities. Water Resources Research 51(6): 4635-3649. Abstract here.
2015 Hess, David J. “Undone Science and Social Movements: A Review and Typology. In Matthias Gross and Linsey McGoey (ed.), The Routledge International Handbook of Ignorance Studies. Routledge. Pp. 141-154. Final prepublication version here.
2015 Hess, David J., and Quan Mai. The Convergence of Economic Development and Energy Transition Policies in State-government Plans in the United States. Sustainability: Science, Practice, and Policy 11(1): 5-20. http://sspp.proquest.com/static_content/vol11iss1/1404-006.hess.pdf.
2015 Hess, David J. Public as Threats? Integrating Science and Technology Studies (STS) and Social Movement Studies (SMS). Science as Culture 24(1): 69-82. Final prepublication version here.
2015 Hess, David J., Jonathan S. Coley, Quan D. Mai, and Lucas Hilliard. Party Differences and Energy Reform: Fiscal Conservatism in the California Legislature. Environmental Politics 24(2): 228-248. http://www.tandfonline.com/doi/pdf/10.1080/09644016.2014.973222
2015 Beyond Scientific Consensus: Scientific Counterpublics, Countervailing Industries, and Competing Research Agendas. Forthcoming in Wilhelm Viehover and Peter Wehling, eds. The Public Shaping of Medical Research: Patient Associations, Health Movements, and Biomedicine. Routledge. Prepublication version here.
2014 David J. Hess and Scott Frickel. Introduction: Fields of Knowledge and Theory Traditions in the Sociology of Science. Political Power and Social Theory, 27: 1-30. Contact me for a copy.
2014 Hess, David J. When Green Became Blue: Epistemic Rift and the Corralling of Climate Science. Political Power and Social Theory 27: 123-153. Prepublication version here.
2014 Political Ideology and the Green-Energy Transition in the United State. In Daniel Kleinman and Kelly Moore, eds. Routledge Handbook of Science, Technology, and Society. New York: Routledge. Prepublication version here.
2014 David J. Hess and Quan D. Mai. Renewable Electricity Policy in Asia: A Qualitative Comparative Analysis of Factors Affecting Sustainability Transitions. Environmental Innovation and Societal Transitions 12:31-46. Shows the influence of fossil fuel endowments on green-energy policy in Asian countries. Prepublication version here.
2014 Smart Meters and Public Acceptance: Comparative Analysis and Governance Implications. Forthcoming in Health, Risk, and Society 16(3): 243-258. This paper continues the analysis of the previous one written with Jonathan Coley by examining the patterns of anti-smart-meter mobilizations in the U.S., Canada, Europe, and Australia. Prepublication version here.
2014 Sustainability Transitions: A Political Coalition Framework. Research Policy 43(2): 278-283. This continues the thread of work on countervailing industrial power that I was developing in my paper in Global Environmental Change (below). Prepublication version here.
2014 Undone Science, Industrial Innovation, and Social Movements. Forthcoming in Matthias Gross and Linsey McGoey (eds.,), Routledge International Handbook of Ignorance Studies. Routledge. Prepublication version here.
2014 Hess, David J., and Jonathan S. Coley. Wireless Smart Meters and Public Acceptance: The Environment, Limited Choices, and Precautionary Politics. Public Understanding of Science 23: 688-702. This paper examines the social movement in California that has opposed wireless smart meters, and it develops general hypotheses about the conditions under which precautionary politics are more or less successful. Prepublication version here.
2013 Industrial Fields and Countervailing Power: The Transformation of Distributed Solar Energy in the United States. Global Environmental Change 23(5): 847-855. Prepublication version here.
2013. Invited panelist, SEC Symposium on Government, University, and Industry Partnerships in Renewable Energy Policy and Practice, Atlanta. Link to video.
2013 Local and Not-so-Local Exchanges: Alternative Economies, Ethnography, and Social Science. In Jeff Juris and Alex Khasnabish, eds., Insurgent Encounters: Transnational Activism, Ethnography, and the Political. Duke University Press. Pp. 151-170. Prepublication version here.
2013 Neoliberalism and the History of STS Theory: Toward a Reflexive Sociology. Social Epistemology 27(2): 177-193. Prepublication version here. See also the reply to Schweber's commentary on the Social Epistemology web site: http://social-epistemology.com.
2013. On the Conditions Affecting Successful Sustainable Consumption Programs and Policies. Sustainable Consumption Research and Action Network, Annual Meeting, Clark University, June 13. These are discussant comments that develop my line of thinking on the conditions that are favorable and unfavorable for green-transition policies. Paper here.
2013 Sustainable Consumption, Energy, and Failed Transitions: The Problem of Adaptation. In Maurie Cohen, Halina Brown, and Philip Vergragt (ed.), Innovations in Sustainable Consumption: New Economics, Socio-Technical Transitions, and Social Practices. Edward Elgar. Prepublication version here.
2013. Transitions in Energy Systems: The Mitigation-Adaptation Relationship. Science as Culture, special issue. 22(2): 197-203. Prepublication version here.
2012 Cultures of Science. In Sabine Massen, Mario Kaiser, Martin Reinhart, Barbara Sutter, eds. Handbuch Wissenschaftersoziologie. VS Verlag. Final English version here.
2012 Good Green Jobs in a Global Economy: Making and Keeping New Industries in the United States (MIT Press, 2012; Google Books Preview).
2012 Green Energy Laws and Republican Legislators in the United States. By Jonathan Coley and David Hess. Energy Policy 48 (1): 576-583. Prepublication version here.
2012 The Green Transition, Neoliberalism, and the Technosciences. In Luigi Pellozzoni and Marja Ylönen (eds.), Neoliberalism and Technosciences: Criticial Assessments. Edward Elgar. Pp. 209-230. Chapter Here.
2012 Nanotechnology and the Environment. By Anna Lamprou and David Hess. In Donald Mclaurcan, ed., Nanotechnology and Global Sustainability. CRC Press. This paper connects the debate in environmental sociology between treadmill of production and ecological modernization perspectives with policy strategies, thus shifting the debate toward its policy implications. Anna has gone on to study nanotechnology policy in the EU and US. Final version here.
2012 The New Developmentalism: How the Long-Term Shifts to an Asia-Centered, Low-Carbon Global Economy are Connected. World Financial Review, Nov.-Dec. Here.
2012 Notes on the Relations between CAM and the Social Sciences. Medical Anthropology Quarterly 26(2): 283-286. Final version here. This is an invited commentary on a paper in the same issue by Hans Baer.
2012 Review, Fligstein and McAdam, A Theory of Fields. Mobilizing Ideas, June 13. Review here.
2011 Bourdieu and Science and Technology Studies: Toward a Reflexive Sociology. Minerva 49(3): 333-348.This paper on the STS field and research priorities provides another introductory overview of the field. Prepublication version here.
2011 Conference on the political sociology of science and technology, 2011.
2011 Electricity Transformed: Neoliberalism and Local Energy in the United States. Antipode. 43(3): 1056-1077. Prepublication version here.
2011 Science and Neoliberal Globalization: A Political Sociological Approach. By Kelly Moore, Daniel Kleinman, David Hess, and Scott Frickel. Theory and Society 40(5): 505-532. Prepublication version here. Winner of the ASA Star-Nelkin Prize.
2011 To Tell the Truth: On Scientific Counterpublics. Public Understanding of Science. 20(5): 627-641. Prepublication version here.
2010. Declarations of Independents: On Local Knowledge and Localist Knowledge. Anthropological Quarterly 83(1): 147-170. Article here.
2010. Environmental Reform Organizations and Undone Science in the United States: Exploring the Environmental, Healhth, and Safety Implications of Nanotechnology. Science as Culture 19(2): 181-214. Final draft here.
2010 A Political Economy of Sustainability: Alternative Pathways and Industrial Innovation. In Steven Moore (ed.), Pragmatic Sustainability: Theoretical and Practical Tools. Routledge. Article here.
2010. Research Report: Building Clean-Energy Industries and Green Jobs (6MB; best viewed if downloaded). See the page Greening of Economic Development.
2010. Social Movements, Publics, and Scientists. Invited Plenary Lecture, Japanese Society for Science and Technology Studies. Paper here.
2010. Sustainable Consumption and the Problem of Resilience. Sustainability: Science, Practice, Policy. 6(2): 1-12. Open source, available at the journal web site. Link here.
2010. Undone Science: Social Movement Challenges to Dominant Scientific Practice. By Scott Frickel, Sahra Gibbon, Jeff Howard, Joana Kempner, Gwen Ottinger, and David J. Hess. Science, Technology, and Human Values 35(4): 444-473. Prepublication version here (on-site) here. Final version (off-site) here.
2009 Localist Movements in a Global Economy: Sustainability, Justice, and Urban Development in the United States(MIT Press, 2009; Google Books Preview).
2009 The Potentials and Limitations of Civil Society Research: Getting Undone Science Done. Sociological Inquiry 79(3): 306-327. Prepublication version here.
2008 Localism and the Environment. Sociology Compass 2(2): 625-638. Prepublication version here.
2008 Science, Technology, and Social Movements, coauthored with Steve Breyman, Nancy Campbell, and Brian Martin, in the Handbook of Science and Technology Studies (MIT Press). Edited by Edward Hackett, Olga Amsterdamska, Michael Lynch, and Judy Wacjman. MIT Press. Pp. 473-498. Abstract here.
2007Alternative Pathways in Science and Industry: Activism, Innovation, and the Environment in an Era of Globalization (MIT Press, 2007; Google Books Preview). Winner of the Robert K. Merton award from the American Sociological Association.
2007 Crosscurrents: Social Movements and the Anthropology of Science and Technology. American Anthropologist 109(3). Final prepublication version here. Winner of the General Anthropology Division Prize for Exemplary Cross-Field Scholarship.
2007 David J. Hess and Langdon Winner. Enhancing Justice and Sustainability at the Local Level: Affordable Policies for Local Governments. Local Environment 12(4): 1-7. Prepublication version here.
2007 What is a Clean Bus? Object Conflicts in the Greening of Urban Transit. Sustainability: Science, Practice, and Policy 3(1): 45- 58. Link to original paper here.
2006 Anti-angiogenesis Research and the Dynamics of Research Fields: Historical and Institutional Perspectives in the Sociology of Science. In Scott Frickel and Kelly Moore, The New Political Sociology of Science. Madison, Wisconsin: University of Wisconsin Press. Pp. 122-147. Prepublication version here.
2006 David J. Hess and Brian Martin. Backfire, Repression, and the Theory of Transformative Events. Mobilization 11(2): 249-267. Prepublication version here.
2006 The University and Sustainable Regional Industries. In Arthur C. Nelson, Barbara Allen, and David Trauger, eds., Toward a Resilient Metropolis: The Role of State and Land Grant Universities in the 21st Century. Alexandria, VA: Metropolitan Institute Press. Pp. 29-51. Here.
2005 Cancer. In Carl Mitcham, ed., Encyclopedia of Science, Technology, and Ethics. Detroit : Macmillan Reference USA . Vol. 1: 285-288. Abstract here.
2005 Case Studies of Localism Sustainable Development. The set is based on research conducted by me and a group of graduate students. It included case studies of urban public transit, municipal electricity, reuse centers, locally oriented green business networks, and community gardens. Another set of case studies is about urban sustainability programs and policies. See the page Localist Movements and Sustainability for access to the case studies.
2005 Complementary and Alternative Medicine. In Sal Restivo, ed., Oxford Encyclopedia of Science, Technology, and Society. Pp. 67-72. Oxford University Press.
2005 Complementary and Alternative Medicine. In Carl Mitcham, ed., Encyclopedia of Science, Technology, and Ethics.. Macmillan Reference USA. Vol. 1: 384-387. Abstract here.
2005 Technology- and Product-Oriented Movements: Approximating Social Movement Studies and STS. Science, Technology, and Human Values 30(4): 515-535. Prepublication version here.
2004 CAM Cancer Therapies in Twentieth-Century North America: Examining Continuities and Change. In Robert Johnston (ed.), The Politics of Healing. Routledge. Pp. 231-243. Chapter here.
2004 Conference on Science, Technology, and the Environment (Organizer). Details here.
2004 Medical Modernization, Scientific Research Fields, and the Epistemic Politics of Health Social Movements. Sociology of Health and Illness 26(6): 695-709. Available open-source from Wiley online: article here.
2004 Health, the Environment, and Social Movements, editor of special issue of Science as Culture published in December (13/4). Includes "Object Conflicts in a Health-Environmental Social Movement: The Movement for Organic Food and Agriculture in the U.S." Article here.
2003 Technology, Medicine, and Modernity. In Arie Rip, Philip Brey, and Tom Misa (eds.), Technology and Modernity. Cambridge, Ma.: MIT Press. Pp. 279-302.
2002 Complementary or Alternative? Strong versus Weak Integration Policies. American Journal of Public Health 92(10): 1579-1581. Prepublication version here.
2002 The Raw and the Organic: Politics of Therapeutic Cancer Diets in the U.S. Annals of the American Academy of Political and Social Science. Special issue edited by Helen Sheehan and Barrett Brenton on "Global Perspectives on Complementary and Alternative Medicine." Vol. 582 (Sept.): 76-97. PDF file of the article here; link to American Academy of Political and Social Science here.
2002 Science Studies and Activism: Possibilities and Problems for Reconstructivist Agendas, by E.J. Woodhouse, David Hess, Steve Breyman, and Brian Martin. Social Studies of Science 32/2: 297-319. Final publication (off-site) here.
2001 Ethnography and the Development of Science and Technology Studies. Sage Handbook of Ethnography. Paul Atkinson, Amanda Coffey, Sara Delamont, Lyn Lofland, and John Lofland, eds. Prepublication version here.
2001 Scientific Culture. In Neil J. Smelser and Paul B. Bates, eds., International Encyclopedia of the Social and Behavioral Sciences, Elsevier. Pp. 13724-13727. Prepublication version here.
2001 Studying Those Who Study Us: An Anthropologist in the World of Artificial Intelligence, by Diana Forsythe (posthumous). Edited and with an introduction by David Hess. (Stanford: Stanford University Press, 2001; Google Scholar Preview). I edited the collected papers of the cultural anthropologist Diana Forsythe, a friend and colleague who died unexpectedly in a hiking accident and played an important role in the integration of feminist cultural analysis into the anthropology of science and STS.
2000 Medical Integration and Questions of Universalism. [Portuguese] In Laura Graziela Gomes, ed. Twentieth Anniversary Commemoration of Carnavais, Malandros, e Heróis. Rio de Janeiro: Editora da Fundação Getúlio Vargas. This paper connects my work on Spiritism and religious therapies with the second project on complementary and alternative medicine. English version available here.
2000 Patients, Science, and Alternative Cancer Therapies. In Preventing Cancer in North America, edited by Diane Wiener. Greenwood Press. Paper here.
1999 Evaluating Alternative Cancer Therapies: A Guide to the Science and Politics of an Emerging Medical Field. Edited collection of interviews. Rutgers University Press.
1999 Suppression, Bias, and Selection in Science: The Case of Cancer Research. Accountability in Research 6: 245-257. Article here.
1999 The Autonomy Question and the Changing Conditions of Social Scientific Work. Anthropology of Work Review 20(1): 27-34. Special issue of essays in memory of Diana Forsythe. Article here.
1998 If You're Thinking of Living in STS....A Guide for the Perplexed. In Gary Downey and Joe Dumit (eds.), Cyborgs and Citadels: Anthropological Interventions in Emerging Sciences and Technologies. Santa Fe: SAR Press. The final draft version with comments is here.
1998 Women Confront Cancer: Making Medical History by Choosing Alternative and Complementary Therapies. Collection of interviews, coedited with Margaret Wooddell. New York University Press.
1997 Can Bacteria Cause Cancer? New York University Press. Google books preview.
1997 Science Studies: An Advanced Introduction (NYU Press, 1997; Google Books Preview). The book grew out of attempts to teach basic concepts in STS to graduate students. Since its publication, many other introductory books to STS have come on the market.My book is now out of date, and I have provided some supplementary web lectures here that discuss the field during the subsequent years.
Supplemental Lecture 1: Background Frameworks in Science and Technology Studies
Supplemental Lecture 2: Constructivism
Supplemental Lecture 3: Dynamics of Research Fields
Supplemental Lecture 4: Expertise, Policy, and Publics
1996 Technology and Alternative Cancer Therapies. Medical Anthropology Quarterly 10(4): 657-74. Paper here.
1995 Science and Technology in a Multicultural World. (Columbia University Press, 1995; Google Scholar Preview). This book argued for the value of the culture concept, understood in diverse ways but especially influenced by anthropology, in STS. Since then there has been an explosion of ethnographic and cultural analysis by historians, anthropologists, and sociologists, but the book still provides a basic overview of some of the different approaches.
1992 Knowledge and Society Volume 9: The Anthropology of Science and Technology. Coedited with Linda Layne; series editor Arie Rip. JAI Press. Articles by Hess: "Introduction: The New Ethnography and the Anthropology of Science and Technology." This was the first edited collection of anthropologists of science and technology.
Religion and the Public Understanding of Science (First Research Project)
1995 The Brazilian Puzzle: Culture on the Borderlands of the Western World. Coedited with Roberto DaMatta. Columbia University Press. Introduction, Conclusions, and "Hierarchy, Hegemony, and the Construction of Brazilian Religious Therapies" by Hess. Theoretically, an attempt to bridge hierarchy and hegemony (culturalist and social structural approaches) in the study of the religious system in Brazil. Paper available here.
1995 Preface. Magico-Religious Healers of Brazil, by Nagato Azuma and Patric Giesler. Tokyo: Arechi-Syuppansha Inc.
1994 Samba in the Night: Spiritism in Brazil. Fieldwork account. Columbia University Press.
1993 Science in the New Age: The Paranormal, Its Defenders and Debunkers, and American Culture. University of Wisconsin Press. Chinese translation: Jiangxi Education Press, 1998. Chapter 7 (Theoretical Conclusions) here. Google Scholar Preview here.
1992"New Sciences, New Gods: Spiritism and Questions of Religious Pluralism in Latin America. Occasional Papers of the Thomas J. Watson Institute for International Studies, "Conference on Competing Gods: Religious Pluralism in Latin America." Brown University. A paper that questioned the current view of some scholars that Latin American was becoming Protestant by discussing the continued vitality of spirit mediumship religions. Paper available here.
1992 Knowledge and Society Volume 9: The Anthropology of Science and Technology. Coedited with Linda Layne; series editor Arie Rip. JAI Press. Article by Hess:"Disciplining Heterodoxy, Circumventing Discipline: Parapsychology, Anthropologically." Link to PDF file here. Link to Elsevier press here.
1992 Umbanda and Quimbanda Magic in Brazil: Rethinking Aspects of Bastide's Work. Archives des Sciences Sociales des Religions. 79: 139-53. A structuralist analysis of Umbanda and Quimbanda rituals with the theoretical argument that Bastide over-estimated “religious degradation” of African religion in his studies of Umbanda. Paper available here.
1991 Spirits and Scientists: Ideology, Spiritism, and Brazilian Culture. Pennsylvania State University Press. Introduction available here. Google Scholar Preview here.
1991 On Earth as It Is in Heaven: Reading Spiritist Otherworldly Ethnographies. In Roberto Reis (ed.), Toward Socio-Criticism: Selected Proceedings of the Conference "Luso-Brazilian Literatures, A Socio-Critical Approach." Arizona State University at Tempe, Center for Latin American Studies. This paper showed how Spiritist and American descriptions of the spirit world showed important cultural differences related to this-worldly Brazil and the U.S. Paper available here.
1990 Ghosts and Domestic Politics in Brazil: Some Parallels between Spirit Infestation and Spirit Possession. Ethos: Journal of the Society for Psychological Anthropology 18(4): 407-38. This was the first paper to link "poltergeists" and spirit "attacks" to domestic violence. Final article here.
1989 Disobsessing Disobsession: Religion, Ritual, and Social Science in Brazil. Cultural Anthropology 4(2): 182-193. Early version of chapter in Spirits and Scientists. This paper argued that positions among social scientists Spiritism among social scientists in Brazil had homologies with positions in the religious field. Final article here.
1987 O Espiritismo e as Ciências [Spiritism and the Sciences]. Religião e Sociedade 14(3): 40-54. Early version of chapter in Spirits and Scientists.
1987 The Many Rooms of Brazilian Spiritism. Luso-Brazilian Review 24.2: 15-34.
1987 Religion, Heterodox Science, and Brazilian Culture. Social Studies of Science 17: 465-477. Portions appeared in Spirits and Scientists. Paper available here.