Publications

Peer-Reviewed Publications

Eby, Margaret. 2024. "The Power of Silence: Anxiety and Autonomy in TA Labor". Work & Occupations (online first).

Wang, Skyler*, Ned Cooper*, Margaret Eby. “From Human-Centered to Social- Centered Artificial Intelligence: Assessing ChatGPT’s Impact through Disruptive Events.” (*equal authorship) Revise & resubmit at Big Data & Society.

Eby, Margaret R. 2023. “From Right to Responsibility: Resonance and Radicalism in Feminist‐led Reproductive Control Movements, 1905‐1942.” Sociology Lens.

Mukherjee, Meghna, Margaret Eby, Skyler Wang, Armando Lara-Millán, and Althea Maya Earle. 2022. “Medicalizing Risk: How Experts and Consumers Manage Uncertainty in Genetic Health Testing.” PloS One 17 (8): e0270430.

Bragg, Marie, Joshua Arshonsky, Yrvane Pageot, Margaret Eby, Carolyn M. Tucker, Shonna Yin, Emily Goldmann, and Melanie Jay. 2021. “Student-Led Research Team-Building Program May Help Junior Faculty Increase Productivity in Competitive Biomedical Research Environment.” BMC Medical Education 21(1): 3.

Bragg, Marie A., Margaret Eby, Josh Arshonsky, Alex Bragg, and Gbenga Ogedegbe. 2017. “Comparison of Online Marketing Techniques on Food and Beverage Companies’ Websites in Six Countries.” Globalization and Health 13 (1): 79.

Book Chapters

McLemore, Brie, and Margaret Eby. 2022. “Abolition as Reparations: ‘This Is America’ and the Anatomy of a Modern Protest Anthem.” In Fight the Power: Law and Policy through Hip-Hop Songs, edited by Gregory S. Parks and Frank Rudy Cooper, Cambridge University Press.

Meghna Mukherjee, Margaret Eby. 2021. “Making Better Babies? Past and Future State Fair Contests Evaluating Geneticized Worth.” In Birthing Techno-Sapiens: Human-Technology Co-Evolution and the Future of Reproduction, edited by Robbie Davis-Floyd. Routledge.

Work in Progress

Eby, Margaret. Expertise and the “New Science” of Eugenics.

Eby, Margaret. Making Medicine: Dissent vs. Popular Science