Amade M'charek
Amade M'charek
Professor Anthropology of Science, University of Amsterdam
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The Human Genome Diversity Project: an ethnography of scientific practice
A M'charek
Cambridge University Press, 2005
2722005
Beyond fact or fiction: On the materiality of race in practice
A M'charek
Cultural Anthropology 28 (3), 420-442, 2013
1922013
Silent witness, articulate collective: DNA evidence and the inference of visible traits
A M'charek
Bioethics 22 (9), 519-528, 2008
1302008
Topologies of race: Doing territory, population and identity in Europe
A M’charek, K Schramm, D Skinner
Science, Technology, & Human Values 39 (4), 468-487, 2014
1092014
Technologies of belonging: The absent presence of race in Europe
A M’charek, K Schramm, D Skinner
Science, Technology, & Human Values 39 (4), 459-467, 2014
1052014
Fragile differences, relational effects: Stories about the materiality of race and sex
A M'charek
European Journal of Women's Studies 17 (4), 307-322, 2010
1032010
Race, time and folded objects: the HeLa error
A M’charek
Theory, Culture & Society 31 (6), 29-56, 2014
962014
Technologies of population: Forensic DNA testing practices and the making of differences and similarities
A M'charek
Configurations 8 (1), 121-158, 2000
702000
Approaching ethical, legal and social issues of emerging forensic DNA phenotyping (FDP) technologies comprehensively: Reply to ‘Forensic DNA phenotyping: Predicting human …
V Toom, M Wienroth, A M’charek, B Prainsack, R Williams, T Duster, ...
Forensic Science International: Genetics 22, e1-e4, 2016
612016
Bracketing off population does not advance ethical reflection on EVCs: A reply to Kayser and Schneider
A M’charek, V Toom, B Prainsack
Forensic Science International: Genetics 6 (1), e16-e17, 2012
452012
Equal before the law: On the machinery of sameness in forensic DNA practice
A M’charek, R Hagendijk, W Vries
Science, technology, & human values 38 (4), 542-565, 2013
312013
Contrasts and comparisons: three practices of forensic investigation
A M'charek
Comparative Sociology 7 (3), 387-412, 2008
312008
The mitochondrial eve of modern genetics: Of peoples and genomes, or the routinization of race
A M'charek
Science as Culture 14 (2), 161-183, 2005
292005
Ethnicizing sexuality: An analysis of research practices in the Netherlands
W Krebbekx, R Spronk, A M’charek
Ethnic and Racial Studies 40 (4), 636-655, 2017
262017
The trouble with race in forensic identification
A M’charek, V Toom, L Jong
Science, Technology, & Human Values 45 (5), 804-828, 2020
202020
The high-profile case as ‘fire object’: Following the Marianne Vaatstra murder case through the media
L Jong, A M’charek
Crime, media, culture 14 (3), 347-363, 2018
192018
Dead-bodies-at-the-border’: Distributed evidence and emerging forensic infrastructure for identification
A M’charek
Bodies as Evidence: Security, Knowledge, and Power, 89-109, 2018
172018
Diversity among patients in medical practice: challenges and implications for clinical research
NF Wieringa, AP Hardon, K Stronks, AA M’charek
Amsterdam: Universiteit van Amsterdam, 2005
172005
Tentacular faces: Race and the return of the phenotype in forensic identification
A M'charek
American anthropologist 122 (2), 369-380, 2020
142020
Facing the unknown suspect: Forensic DNA phenotyping and the oscillation between the individual and the collective
R Hopman, A M’charek
BioSocieties 15 (3), 438-462, 2020
132020
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