Volume 2 2019

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Editorials

A geopolitics of bad English
Leandro Rodriguez Medina
Pages: 1-7
Published online: 30 Jan 2019

About the cover images for Volume 2
Luis Reyes-Galindo
Pages: 8-11
Published online: 04 Feb 2019

The Editorial Team
Pages: 12-14
Published online: 06 Feb 2019

Editorial Team – Reviewer Acknowledgements
Page: 560
Published online: 11 Dec 2019

Book Reviews

Two analyses of Richard Currier’s Unbound: how eight technologies made us human and brought our world to the brink
Montserrat Pérez-Castro & Robert Bates Graber
Pages: 310-316
Published online: 21 May 2019

The “empirical turn” in the historiography of the Iberian and Atlantic science in the early modern world: from cosmography and navigation to ethnography, natural history, and medicine
Antonio Sánchez
Pages: 317-334
Published online: 05 Sep 2019

Studying surrogacy in Mexico between 2015 and 2017
La gestación para otros en México: parentesco, tecnología y poder, edited by María Eugenia Olvarría Patiño, Mexico, Gedisa and UAM Iztapalapa, 2018,360 pp., 293 MN (mexican peso) (paperback), ISBN 978-84-17341-57-2
Sandra P. González-Santos
Pages: 426-427
Published online: 27 Sep 2019

Clusters

Latin American Replies to Lin and Law

Introduction: Welcome to South-South dialogues: an introduction to a collaborative project between East Asian Science, Technology and Society, and Tapuya: Latin American Science, Technology and Society
Leandro Rodriguez Medina
Pages: 15-19
Published online: 22 May 2019

Where are STS outside Euroamerica? The postcoloniality of the anthropic dimension and the anthropologic scope
Antonio Arellano-Hernández & Laura Maria Morales-Navarro
Pages: 20-25
Published online: 29 Apr 2019

Crises that mismatch canons in science: ¿provincialization, transnationality, conviviality?
Hebe Vessuri
Pages: 26-31
Published online: 16 May 2019

Discussing the symmetry principle: towards a realist dialogue inside global STS theory
Jorge Gibert Galassi
Pages: 32-41
Published online: 21 May 2019

What is ‘(un)Making’ STS Ethnographies? – Part 2

Epistemic-corporeal workshops: putting strong reflexivity into practice
Marisa G. Ruiz-Trejo & Dau García-Dauder
Pages: 42-58
Published online: 29 Oct 2019

Corpo-real ethnographies: bodies, dissection planes, and cutting. Ethnography from the anatomy laboratory and the public morgues in Colombia
Julia Alejandra Morales-Fontanilla & Santiago Martínez-Medina
Pages: 59-76
Published online: 02 Sep 2019

Of flesh and bone: emotional and affective ethnography of forensic anthropology practices amidst an armed conflict
María Fernanda Olarte-Sierra
Pages: 77-93
Published online: 27 Feb 2019

Disentangling war and disease in post-conflict Colombia beyond technoscientific peacemaking
Lina Pinto García
Pages: 94-111
Published online: 04 Feb 2019

Maize and semiotic emergence in a contemporary Maya Tale: Tec Tun’s, U tsikbalo’ob XNuk Nal [Tales of Old Mother Corn]
Charles Maurice Pigott
Pages: 112-126
Published online: 01 Nov 2019

Territorializing/decolonizing South American prehistory: Pedra Furada and the Cerutti Mastodon
David Turnbull
Pages: 127-148
Published online: 01 Nov 2019

Scientific co-operation and centre-periphery relations: attitudes and interests of European and Latin American scientists
Adriana Feld & Pablo Kreimer
Pages: 149-175
Published online: 04 Sep 2019

The scientists of the IVIC in the evolution of science and technology policy during the Chávez administration in Venezuela
Damny Laya & Hebe Vessuri
Pages: 176-198
Published online: 01 Jul 2019

The ambivalent regulator: the construction of a regulatory style for genetically modified crops in Chile
Maite P. Salazar, Daniel Valenzuela, Manuel Tironi & Rodrigo A. Gutiérrez
Pages: 199-219
Published online: 21 Jun 2019

South Atlantic universals: science, sovereignty and self-determination in the Falkland Islands (Malvinas)
James J. A. Blair
Pages: 220-236
Published online: 16 Sep 2019

Socio-environmental conflicts as social cohesion thermometers: a case study
Carina Llosa
Pages: 237-252
Published online: 22 Mar 2019

The regulatory system and subjectivity in a Nahuat community. An invisibilized community regulatory density
Eliel Francisco Sánchez-Acevedo & Ma. Eugenia Sánchez-Díaz de Rivera
Pages: 253-268
Published online: 07 Jun 2019

Academic knowledge about indigenous peoples in the Americas: a comparative approach about the conditions of its international circulation
Claudia Salomon Tarquini
Pages: 269-294
Published online: 22 May 2019

Worlding hydropower: river realities in the Chilean Patagonia
Maite Hernando-Arrese & Manuel Tironi
Pages: 295-309
Published online: 27 Nov 2019

Entangled Sciences of Gender, Sexuality, Race: Latin American Issues

Introduction
Sandra Harding, Tania Pérez-Bustos & Manuela Fernández-Pinto
Pages: 335-339
Published online: 28 Nov 2019

Funding of basic science in Mexico: the role of gender and research experience on success
Luis Humberto Fabila-Castillo
Pages: 340-355
Published online: 18 Oct 2019

Women in Latin American science: gender parity in the twenty-first century and prospects for a post-war Colombia
Camilo López-Aguirre
Pages: 356-377
Published online: 02 Jul 2019

Does energy poverty have a female face in Chile?
Catalina Amigo-Jorquera, María José Guerrero-González, Jorgelina Sannazzaro & Anahí Urquiza-Gómez
Pages: 378-390
Published online: 11 Jun 2019

Doubly disadvantaged: on the recruitment of diverse subjects for clinical trials in Latin America
Manuela Fernández Pinto
Pages: 391-407
Published online: 22 May 2019

Metics and the art of playing with contradictions
Julia Sushytska
Pages: 408-425
Published online: 28 Nov 2019

Frail Modernities: Latin American Infrastructures between Repair and Ruination

Frail modernities: Latin American infrastructures between repair and ruination
Raquel Velho & Sebastián Ureta
Pages: 428-441
Published online: 22 Nov 2019

“¡Se Bota El Tanque!”: housing, infrastructure, and the sounds of water in Havana’s domestic spaces
Vincent Andrisani
Pages: 442-457
Published online: 10 Oct 2019

Everyday mundane repair: banknotes and the material entanglements of improvisation and innovation
Sarah Pink, Juan Francisco Salazar & Melisa Duque
Pages: 458-477
Published online: 09 Sep 2019

Light is like water: flooding, blackouts, and the state in Barranquilla
Tatiana Acevedo-Guerrero
Pages: 478-494
Published online: 29 Nov 2019

The intersections between infrastructures and expectations: repair and breakdown in Yachay, the city of knowledge in Ecuador
José David Gómez-Urrego
Pages: 495-539
Published online: 28 Nov 2019

Railroad revolution: infrastructural decay and modernization in Argentina
Stephanie McCallum
Pages: 540-559
Published online: 09 Dec 2019