The outputs recorded above are the project’s key method of achieving scientific impact. In addition the following outputs have recently been accepted for publication. They are as yet unpublished and hence are not recorded on the project’s Society Today website
Holloway L et al (2011 forthcoming) Genetic knowledge-practices in livestock breeding: geneticisation, integration, and the implications for conventional and alternative meat networks. In: Goodman M and Sage C (eds) Food Transgressions. London, Ashgate.
Holloway L and Morris C (2011 forthcoming) Contesting genetic knowledge-practices in livestock breeding: biopower, biosocial collectivities and heterogeneous resistances. Environment and Planning D: Society and Space
Holloway L et al (2011 forthcoming) Choosing and rejecting cattle and sheep: changing discourses and practices of (de)selection in pedigree livestock breeding. Agriculture and Human Values
The project has also produced a series of academic conference presentations and seminar presentations, including several given since submission of the end of project report. Invited seminar papers since the submission of the end of project report have included Department of Geography, Kings College London and the Institute of Science in Society, University of Nottingham. The most recent conference papers include:
Morris C and Holloway L (2011) Genetics and livestock breeding in the UK: co-constructing technologies and heterogeneous biosocial collectivities. RGS-IBG Annual Conference, August/September 2011, London Holloway L, et al (2010) Genetic techniques in livestock breeding: biopower, biosocial collectivities and heterogeneous resistances. Sentient Creatures: transforming biopolitics and life matters, University of Oslo, 15-17th September 2010