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Inside the Pennopticon

Cornel, Tabea (18 oct. 2013)

We just had an amazing class today, referred to as the “mega-week” by our instructor. Since he decided to cancel class last week in favor of a mid-term break, we had to cram many, many great and thought-provoking readings1 in a three-hour discussion. As our weekly ritual requires, I had to hand ...

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Don't Freak out about the Weird Header ...

Cornel, Tabea (12 juin 2014)

... I’m doing enough of that already! ((Congratulations to you if you’re reading this in your RSS inbox and don’t know what I’m writing about.)) Only a few more days of maintenance at hypotheses.org, and we’ll hopefully have the neuroscience-y header back: But let’s distract ourselves ...

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Evolutionary Psychology 4 da Whim

Cornel, Tabea (13 août 2014)

I wrote about evolutionary psychology earlier. Very much alike a scholar whose work I admire—and whose name shall not be mentioned here—evolutionary psychologists make me nervous. There is something determinist about their work and theories that makes me want to yell NO! seven times in a row. ...

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SOS: Help with Digital Humanities Project Needed

Cornel, Tabea (14 juil. 2014)

"Weltmeisterschaft 2014" by Jürgen Lousberg (CC BY-ND 2.0) The World Cup is over, Germany gets the fourth star, and I get back to work. My investigation into the extent to which cerebral plasticity researchers and brain sex/gender difference researchers talked to each other over the course of the ...

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Quick Updates on Sex/Stats and Latour

Cornel, Tabea (12 déc. 2013)

As I promised before I got almost entirely caught up in working hard on my final assignments, I asked Kevin Gotkin to pass along the Latour analogy sheet he compiled for our class. Download it here, and enjoy! Besides, I wanted to share the abstract of the Tukey/Kinsey paper I am currently working ...

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More Book Summaries—and How These Relate to My Proposed Dissertation

Cornel, Tabea (3 avr. 2016)

The book summaries below are from my European History list with Heidi Voskuhl, a subsection titled “Bodies and Sexuality.” Since reading towards oral exams is not (only) an initiation rite, but also supposed to prepare me for my dissertation, I thought I’d post my current dissertation abstract ...

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Some Conferences, Sex/Gender and Handedness

Cornel, Tabea (13 août 2013)

Today, I received the CfP for the third NeuroGenderings Conference. I really have to share this before I start with all the readings recommended by Penn's HSS Department for the time before classes start 08/28. (Noteworthy difference between Germany and Penn: One to three books per semester and ...

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Neuro, Brain Storm, Plastic Reason: When Did Brains Become Malleable, and for Whom?

Cornel, Tabea (4 août 2014)

I am puzzled by comparing three pieces on later 20th-century neuroscience I read recently (in chronological order): Rebecca Jordan-Young’s Brain Storm, Nikolas Rose and Joelle Abi-Rached’s Neuro, as well as Tobias Rees’s dissertation Plastic Reason. The historical arguments, despite similar ...

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What Kind of a Sex/Gender Model Do We Need in the Lab?

Cornel, Tabea (6 nov. 2015)

Do you remember my post about the all-too-easy concept of attending to sex and gender in biomedical research (“What Kind of Sex Do We Need in the Lab?”)? Sarah Richardson and her colleagues just published a very insightful, informative, and important piece that is much more scientifically ...

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Publication: Sex and Gender in F.J. Gall's Organology

Cornel, Tabea (25 août 2014)

It took quite some time, but my article “Matters of Sex and Gender in F. J. Gall’s Organology: A Primary Approach” was finally published online in the Journal of the History of the Neurosciences. If your institution does not have a subscription to the Journal, simply email me, and I will give ...

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