Reader | BA, Grad Dip Communications, MA, PhD
Biomedicine, biomedical prevention technologies, pharmaceuticals, HIV and AIDS, blood, organ transplantation and xenotransplantation. My current research is on PrEP, an HIV pre-exposure prophylaxis and novel methodologies for challenging existing bioethical and clinical science approaches to its development.
(2009) Rosengarten, M. HIV Interventions: Biomedicine and the Traffic between Information and Flesh For The Book Series: In Vivo: Cultural Mediations Of Biomedical Science (Eds) P. Thurtle & R. Mitchell, University Of Washington Press. ISBN 978-0-295-98942-6. Winner of Sociology of Health and Illness Book Prize 2010
Journal articles and chapters
(2009) Rosengarten, M. & Michael, M. (2009) ‘The performative function of expectations in translating treatment to prevention: the case of HIV pre-exposure prophylaxis or PrEP’ Social Science & Medicine, Volume 69, Issue 7, October:1049-1055
(2009) Rosengarten, M. & Michael, M. ‘Rethinking the bioethical enactment of drugged bodies: On the paradoxes of using anti-HIV drug therapy as a technology for prevention’ Special Issue on ‘Living Drugs’ Science as Culture. Guest editors: Suzanne Fraser, Celia Roberts and Kylie Valentine. Vol.18 (2) 183-200.
(2009) Rosengarten,M. & Michael, M. 'HIV: pre-exposure prophylaxis or PrEP and the complexities of biomedical prevention' in Mark D M Davis and Corinne Squire (eds.) HIV, technology and subjectivity: international cases studies of HIV treatment and prevention. Palgrave.
(2009) Mykhalovskiy, E & Rosengarten, M. ‘Commentaries on the nature of social and cultural research: interviews on HIV/AIDS with Judy Auerbach, Susan Kippax, Steven Epstein, Didier Fassin, Barry Adam and Denis Altman.’ Social Theory & Health co-edited and introduced Eric Mykhalovskiy & Marsha Rosengarten. August, 7/3: pp 187 - 304
(2008) Rosengarten, M., Michael, M., Mykhalovskiy, E. & Imrie, J.'The Challenges of Technological Innovation in HIV' Lancet, Aug 2:372 (9636):357-8.
(2006) with Flowers, P., Davis, M., Hart, G., Frankis, J., & Imrie, J. (2006) ‘Diagnosis and stigma and identity amongst HIV positive Black Africans living in the UK’ Psychology and Health February, 21 (1): 109–122.
(2005) 'The measure of HIV as a matter of bioethics' in Margrit Shildrick and Roxanne Mykitiuk (eds), Ethics of the Body: Postconventional Challenges, MIT, pp 71-90.
(2004) 'The Challenge of HIV for Feminist Theory', Feminist Theory and/of Science, special issue of Feminist Theory, Vol. 5, No. 2, pp 205-222.
(2004) with J. Imrie, P. Flowers, M. Davis, G.J. Hart, 'After the Euphoria: HIV medical technologies from the perspective of London based clinicians', Sociology of Health & Illness, Vol. 26, No. 5, pp 575-596
(2004) 'Consumer Activism in the Pharmacology of HIV' Body and Society, Vol. 10, No.1, pp. 91-107.
(2004) with Waldby, C. Treloar, C. and Fraser, S. 'Blood and Bioidentity: Ideas about Self, Boundaries and Risk among Blood Donors and people living with Hepatitis C' Social Science and Medicine. Vol 59, 7, Oct. pp 1461-1471
(2002) with H. Keane, 'On the Biology of Sexed Subjects', Australian Feminist Studies, Vol. 17, No. 39, November, pp. 261-278.
(2001) 'Transmigrating Organs: Identity and Medical Technology', in John Docker and Gerhard Fischer (eds.), Adventures of Identity: Constructing Multicultural Identities, Tuebingen: Stauffenburg Verlag. pp 61-72.
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