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Cloatre E. and Urquiza N., Alternative medicines, cosmopolitics and vulnerability, in Diez C.,  Thompson M. and Travis M., A Jurisprudence of the body, Palgrave MacMillan (forthcoming 2020)

Cloatre E. and Urquiza N. “The Challenge Of ‘Evidence’: Regulating Complementary, Alternative And Traditional Medicines”, in Ganguli-Mitra A. et al, CUP Handbook on Health Research Regulation,  Cambridge University Press (forthcoming 2020)

Cloatre, E. (2019) ‘Law and biomedicine and the making of ‘genuine’ traditional medicines in global health’, Critical Public Health, 29(4), 424-434.

Urquiza N. and Cloatre E. “Traditional Medicine and the Challenges of Pharmacovigilance”, in Di Rocco A. and Lavorgna A., Medical Misinformation and Social Harm in Non-Science Based Health Practices: A Multidisciplinary Perspective, Routledge

Cloatre, E. (2018), Regulating Alternative Healing in France, and the Problem of ‘Non-Medicine’, Medical Law Review 2018 (online first).

Cloatre, E. (2018). Traditional medicines, law, and the (dis)ordering of temporalities. in: Beynon-Jones, S. and Grabham, E. eds. Regulating time. Routledge. See here. 

Cloatre E. (2018) “Law, knowledges and the boundaries of ‘modern medicine’”, in Jacob M-A Research Handbook in Law and Medicine, Edward Elgar (with publishers, forthcoming December 2018).

Conference papers (selected)

Cloatre E. “Regulating alternative healing in France”, Socio-legal Studies Association Conference, April 2018.

Cloatre E. “Legalities and the (re)making of traditional medicines”, Usher Institute Seminar Series, University of Edinburgh, June 2017.

Cloatre E. “Legalities and the making of ‘real’ traditional medicines”, in Critical Global Health: A New Research Agenda, European Workshops in International Studies, Cardiff, June 2017.

Cloatre E. “Law and the Making of Valid Medical Knowledge: Thinking Through the Regulation of CAM Research”, in Governing Health Research from Within: Empowering the Actors Who Occupy Regulatory Spaces, University of Edinburgh/Wellcome Trust, January 2017.

Cloatre E. “Interrogating the role(s) of law in the making of ‘legitimate’ medicine”, PseudoGlobal Health workshop, Uni.o.Oxford, September 2016.

Cloatre E. “Drawing the boundaries of legitimate medicine”, WG Hart Workshop 2016: Valuing Expertise: Legal, Normative and Social Dimensions, (invited plenary), September 2016.

Cloatre E. “Traditional medicines, law, and the (dis)ordering of temporalities”, Regulating Time network final conference, September 2016).

Salvini F., Ecology of Care, 26-28th of March 2018, Zurich School of Arts.

Salvini F., Schizoanalysis, now! Network of Radical Psychiatry, 18th of April, Nottingham Contemporary.

Salvini F., Ecology of care: practices of community healthcare in Italy and the UK, 7-8th of June 2018, European Society for Health and Medical Sociology/ 26th-27th July 2018 European Association for the Study of Science and Technology.

Salvini F., WHO and the regulation of traditional medicine, 7th-8th June 2018, European Society for Health and Medical Sociology/ 26th-27th July 2018European Association for the Study of Science and Technology.

Urquiza Haas N. “Modernity and Hybridity: Regulation and Anarcho-Herbalism “, Society for Social Studies of Science Annual conference 2018, Sydney Australia.

Urquiza Haas N. and Cloatre E., Regulating traditional and alternative medicines in Europe and Africa: (re)making ‘modern’ healthcare, 8th French-Japanese International Bioethics Conference, Matsuyama 2nd-3rd August 2018.