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Books by Bruno Latour on reserve in the Lane Reading Room

Selected Bibliography of other Works by Bruno Latour

Selected Bibliography of works about Bruno Latour

 

Books by Bruno Latour on reserve in the Lane Reading Room:

cover of Aramis, or the Love of Technology Aramis, or the Love of Technology.
Translated by Catherine Porter.
Cambridge, Mass., and London:
Harvard University Press, 1996.

 

cover of Conversations on Science, Culture, and Time Conversations on Science, Culture, and Time. With Michel Serres.
Ann Arbor: Univ. of Michigan Press, 1995.

 

cover of Laboratory Life Laboratory Life: the Social Construction of Scientific Facts. With Steve Woolgar.
Los Angeles and London: Sage, 1979. 2d. ed. published in 1986 as Laboratory Life: the Construction of Scientific Facts.

 

cover of Pandora's Hope Pandora's Hope. Essays on the Reality of Science Studies.
Cambridge: Harvard Univ. Press, 1999.
Translated into French as L'espoir de Pandore. Pour une version réaliste de l'activité scientifique. Paris: La Découverte, 2001.

 

cover of The Pasteurization of France The pasteurization of France.
Cambridge: Harvard University Press, 1993.

 

cover of Science in Action Science in Action: How to Follow Scientists and Engineers through Society.
Cambridge: Harvard Univ. Press, 1987.

 

cover of We Have Never Been Modern We Have Never Been Modern.
Translation by Catherine Porter.
Cambridge: Harvard Univ. Press, 1993.

 

Selected Bibliography of other Works by Bruno Latour

More comprehensive bibliographies of the works of Bruno Latour are available on the website of the Centre de Sociologie de l'Innovation, Ecole Nationale Supérieure des Mines de Paris:
http://www.csi-mines.org/B5/admin/index.php?count=11
and on Latour's personal home page:
http://www.ensmp.fr/~latour/.

Monographs (back to top of page)

Iconoclash. Weibel, Peter, co-author. Karlsruhe, Cambridge, MA, ZKM ; MIT Press, 2002.

War of the worlds: what about peace? Chicago, Prickly Paradigm Press, 2002.

La fabrique du droit. Paris, La Découverte, 2002.

Jubiler, ou les tourments de la parole religieuse. Paris, Empêcheurs de penser en rond, 2002.

Pasteur, guerre et paix des microbes; suivi de, Irréductions. Paris, La Découverte, 2001.

L'espoir de Pandore: pour une version réaliste de l'activité scientifique. Translated by Didier Gille. Paris, La Découverte et Syros, 2001.

Le métier de chercheur: regard d'un anthropologue. Paris, Institut national de la recherche agronomique, 2001.

Leçons d'optique et de mécanique quantique. Paris, Ellipses, 2000.

Politiques de la nature: comment faire entrer les sciences en democratie. Paris, La Decouverte, 1999.

Pandora's hope: essays on the reality of science studies. Cambridge, Harvard University Press, 1999.

Leçons d'électromagnétisme. Paris, Ellipses, 1999.

Paris ville invisible. Hermant, Emilie, co-author. Paris, Le Plessis-Robinson, La Découverte, Institut Synthélabo pour le progrès de la connaissance, 1998.

Leçons de thermodynamique. Paris, Ellipses-Marketing, 1997.

Nous n'avons jamais été modernes: essai d'anthropologie symétrique. Paris, La Découverte & Syros, 1997.

Aramis, or the love of technology. Translated by Catherine Porter. Cambridge, MA & London, Harvard University Press, 1996.

Petite réflexion sur le culte moderne des dieux faitiches. Le Plessis-Robinson, Synthélabo groupe, 1996.

La vie de laboratoire: la production des faits scientifiques. Woolgar, Steve, co-author. Paris, La Découverte, 1996.

Der Berliner Schlüssel: Erkundungen eines Liebhabers der Wissenschaften. Berlin, Akademie Verlag, 1996.

Conversations on science, culture, and time. Serres, Michel, co-author. Ann Arbor, University of Michigan Press, 1995.

La science en action: introduction à la sociologie des sciences. Paris, Gallimard, 1995.

Eclaircissements: cinq entretiens avec Bruno Latour. Serres, Michel, co-author. Paris,
Flammarion, 1994.

De la préhistoire aux missiles balistiques: l'intelligence sociale des techniques. Lemonier, Pierre, co-author. Paris, La Découverte, 1994.

Pasteur: une science, un style, un siècle. Paris, Perrin, 1994.

We have never been modern. Translated by Catherine Porter. Cambridge, Harvard University Press, 1993.

La Clef de Berlin et autres leçons d'un amateur de sciences. Paris, Editions La Découverte, 1993.

Petites leçons de sociologie des sciences. Paris, La Découverte, 1993.

The pasteurization of France. Cambridge, Harvard University Press, 1993.

On technical mediation: the Messenger lectures on the evolution of civilization. Lund, Sweden, Lunds universitet, 1993.

Registration marks: metaphors for subobjectivity. Cussins, Adrian, co-author. London: Pomeroy Purdy Gallery, 1992.

La science telle qu'elle se fait: anthologie de la sociologie des sciences de langue anglaise. Callon, Michel, co-author. Paris, La Découverte, 1991.

La science en action. Paris, La Découverte, 1989.

Science in action: how to follow scientists and engineers through society. Cambridge, Harvard University Press, 1987.

Evaluation des politiques publiques de la recherche et de la technologie: analyse des programmes nationaux de la recherche, janvier 1986: mission scientifique et technique. Arvanitis, Rigas; Callon, Michel, co-authors. Paris, Documentation française, 1986.

Pasteur: bataille contre les microbes. Paris, Nathan, 1985.

Les scientifiques et leurs allies. Callon, Michel, co-author. Paris, Pandore, 1985.

Les microbes: guerre et paix; suivi de, Irréductions. Paris, A.M. Métailié, 1984.

Laboratory life: the construction of scientific facts. Woolgar, Steve, co-author. Princeton, N.J., Princeton University Press, 1979, 1986.

 

Articles and Book Chapters (back to top of page)

"Si l'on parlait un peu politique? And if we speak a little politics?" Politix 15:58 (2002), 143-166.

"The science wars: a dialogue." Common Knowledge 8, n. 1 (2002), 71-79.

"The key to success in innovation, parts I and II." Madeleine Akrich and Michel Callon, co-authors. International Journal of Innovation Management 6, n. 2 (2002), 187-206; 207-225.

"Réponse aux objections...: enjeux politiques et écologiques de l'idée de nature." Revue du MAUSS semestrielle 17 (2001), 137-152.

"Gabriel Tarde und das Ende des Sozialen." Soziale Welt 52, n.3 (2001), 254, 361-375.

"When things strike back: A possible contribution of 'science studies' to the social sciences." The British Journal of Sociology 51 (2000), 1, 107-23.

"La fin des moyens." Réseaux 100 (2000), 39-58, 571-572.

"Tribune libre: La société de risque." Le Web de l'Humanité (23 September 2000).

"For David Bloor... and Beyond: A Reply to David Bloor's 'Anti-Latour.'" Studies in history and philosophy of science 30, n. 1 (1999), 113-129. In response to David Bloor, “Anti-Latour," Studies in History and Philosophy of Science 30 (1999): 81-112 and followed by Bloor's “Reply to Bruno Latour,” 113-36.

"Keynote Speech: 'On Recalling ANT'," "Actor Network and After" Workshop, Keele University, July 1997. Published in: Actor Network Theory and After, eds. John Law and John Hassard. Oxford, Eng., and Malden, Mass.: Blackwell, 1999, pp. 15-25.

"To modernize or to ecologize? That's the question." In Remaking reality: nature at the millennium, edited by B. Willems-Braun and N. Castree. London, Routledge, 1998.

"La gauche a-t-elle besoin de Bourdieu?" Libération (15 September 1998).

"Factures/fractures: from the concept of network to the concept of attachment." Res. Anthropology and aesthetics 36 (1999), 20-31.

"Media, technology and society - a history, from the telegraph to the internet." Brian Winston, co-author. Times literary supplement n. 4970 (1998).

"Socrates' and Callicles' settlement - or, the invention of the impossible body politic." Configurations 5, n. 2 (1997), 189-240.

"A few steps toward an anthropology of the iconoclastic gesture." Science in context 10: 1 (1997), 63.

"Philosophie contre sociologie des sciences: une querelle enfin dépassée?" Débat 92 (1996), 153-163.

"On actor-network theory: a few clarifications." Soziale Welt 47, n. 4 (1996), 367, 369-381.

"Lettre à mon ami Pierre sur l'anthropologie symétrique." Ethnologie française 26: 1 (1996), 32-37.

"Donnez-moi de la bonne politique et je vous donnerai de la bonne eau...: rapport sur la mise en place des Commissions Locales de l'Eau." 1995.

"Une sociologie sans objet? Remarques sur l'interobjectivité." Sociologie du travail 36, n. 4 (1994), 587-606.

"Pragmatogonies: a mythical account of how humans and nonhumans swap properties." The American behavioral scientist 37, n. 6 (May 1994), 791-808.

"Pasteur on lactic acid yeast: a partial semiotic analysis." Configurations 1, n. 1 (1993).

Acceptance of the 1992 Bernal Prize, from the Society for Social Studies of Science, (transcript). Science, technology, & human values 18, n.3 (Summer 1993), 384-388.

"Where are the missing masses? The sociology of a few mundane artefacts." In Shaping technology - building society: studies in sociotechnical change, edited by Wiebe E. Bijker, John Law. Cambridge: MIT Press, 1992, 225-258.

"Simians, cyborgs, and women: the reinvention of nature (Donna J. Haraway)." American anthropologist 94, n. 2 (June 1992).

"A reply to Carlson and Gorman." Social studies of science 22, n. 1 (1992), 91-94.

"A note on socio-technical graphs: a reply." Social studies of science 22, n.1 (1992), 33-59.

"The impact of science studies on political philosophy." Science, technology, & human values 16, n.1 (1991), 3-19.

"Technology is society made durable." In A sociology of monsters: essays on power, technology and domination, edited by John Law. London & New York, Routledge, 1991, 103-131.

"Le travail de l'image ou l'intelligence scientifique redistribuée." Culture technique 22 (1991), 12-24.

"L'anthropologie des sciences de Boyle et Hobbes." Critique 47, n.534 (1991), 882-904.

"Quand les anges deviennent de bien mauvais messagers." Terrain 14 (1990), 76-91.

"Postmodern? No, simply amodern: steps towards an anthropology of science." Journal for the history and philosophy of science 21, 1 (1990), 145-71.

"David L. Hull: science as a process: an evolutionary account of the social and conceptual development of science." Contemporary sociology 19, n. 2 (March 1990), 281-282.

"Visualisation and social reproduction: opening one eye while closing the other... a note on some religious paintings." In Picturing power: visual depiction and social relations, edited by Gordon Fyfe and John Law. London, New York: Routledge, 1988, 15-38.

"The construction of reality, by Michael A. Arbib and Mary B. Hesse (book review)." Isis 79, n. 296 (1988), 135-137.

"A relativistic account of Einstein's relativity." Social Studies of Science 18, n. 1 (1988), 3-44.

"The enlightenment without the critique: a word on Michel Serres' philosophy." Royal Institute of Philosophy, Lecture Series (1987), 83-97.

"Quatre façons de ne pas faire de la sociologie de la science." Sociologie du Sud-Est 51-54 (1987), 7-19.

"Les 'vues' de l'esprit: une introduction à l'anthropologie des sciences et des techniques." Réseaux 27 (1987), 79-96.

"Redefining the social link - from baboons to humans." Shirley S. Strum, co-author. Social science information 26:4 (1987), 783-802.

"Exegese et ontologie: A propos de la resurrection," Ph.D. diss, under the direction of Claude Bruaire, Univ. Tours, 1975.

Les Idéologies de la Compétence en Milieu Industriel à Abidjan Paris: ORSTOM Sciences Humaines, 1974. Cahier; 3.

"Les raisons profondes du style répétitif de Péguy ", in Péguy écrivain: Colloque du centenaire de la naissance de Péguy, Orléans, septembre 1973. Paris: Klinsieck, 1973, pp.78-102.

Numerous articles in La Recherche, Paris.

 

Selected Bibliography of works about Bruno Latour, including book reviews (back to top of page)

Kottmann, Sina Lucia. "Der Blick des Ethnologen Bruno Latour in die Büchse der Pandora oder die Hoffnung der Wissenschaften." Anthropos (Fribourg) 97:1 (2002), 220-223.

Krieken, Robert van. "The paradox of the 'two sociologies': Hobbes, Latour and the constitution of modern social theory." Journal of Sociology 38 (Sept. 2002), 255.

Caille, Alain. "Une politique de la nature sans politique: à propos de politiques de la nature de Bruno Latour: enjeux politiques et écologiques de l'idée de nature." Revue du MAUSS semestrielle 17 (2001), 94-116.

Vandenberghe, Frédéric. "Reconfiguration et rédemption des acteurs en réseaux : critique humaniste de la sociologie actantielle de Bruno Latour : Enjeux politiques et écologiques de l'idée de nature." Revue du MAUSS semestrielle 17 (2001), 117-136.

Wormser, Gérard. "Deciding in politics." Projet 268 (2001), 37-108.

Fuller, Steve. "Pandora's Hope: essays on the reality of science studies." Isis 91 (2000), 341.

Seguin, Eve. "Bloor, Latour, and the field." Studies in history and philosophy of science 31, n. 3 (June 2000), 503-508.

Yonay, Yuval. "An ethnographer's credo: methodological reflections following an anthropological journey among the Econ." Journal of Economic Issues 34 (June 2000).

Elam, M. "Living dangerously with Bruno Latour in a hybrid world." Theory, culture & society 16, n.4 (1999), 1-24, 155.

Bloor, David. "Anti-Latour: Objections to claims of sociologist Bruno Latour." Studies in History and Philosophy of Science 30, n. 1 (March 1999), 81.

Bloor, David. "Reply to Bruno Latour." Studies in history and philosophy of science 30, n. 1 (March 1999), 131.

Tilly, Charles. "Paris ville invisible." Contemporary Sociology 28 (1999), 572. (book review)

"Paris ville invisible." Annales de la recherche urbaine 85 (1999), 58-62. (book review)

Rudolf, Florence. "Wie sieht eine Soziologie der Gegenwart in Frankreich aus? Bruno Latour und Isabelle Stengers im Austausch [What is the sociology of the present like in France? An exchange between Bruno Latour and Isabelle Stenders]." Jahrbuch fuer Soziologiegeschichte (1997-1998),181-194.

Caille, A. "Brève réplique à Michel Callon et Bruno Latour: Le capitalisme? Quel capitalisme?" Revue du MAUSS semestrielle n. 9 (1997), 71-76.

Crawford, T. Hugh. "Networking the (Non) Human: Moby-Dick, Matthew Fontaine Maury, and Bruno Latour." Configurations 5, n. 1 (1997).

Middleton, David. "Aramis or The Love of Technology, Bruno Latour." Computer Supported Cooperative Work 6, n. 4 (1997), 396. (book review)

Cohen, Sande. "Science studies and language suppression: a critique of Bruno Latour's 'We Have Never Been Modern.'" Studies in history and philosophy of science 28, n. 2, (June 1997), 339. (book review)

Weissman, Judith. "Contemptus mundi in cyberspace. (Bruno Latour's 'Aramis or The Love of Technology')." Sewanee review 105, n. 2, (Spring 1997), 291. (book review)

Wesling, Donald. "Michel Serres, Bruno Latour, and the edges of historical periods." (A special issue on periodization). CLIO 26, n. 2 (1997), 189.

Edwards, Paul N. "Aramis, or the love of technology." Isis 88, n. 2, (1997), 322. (book review)

Sokal, Allan. "Les mystifications philosophiques de Professeur Latour." 1997 (Originally published in Le Monde (31 January 1997) as "Pourquoi j'ai écrit ma parodie." Contains link to English version)

Kenshur, Oscar. "The allure of the hybrid: Bruno Latour and the search for a new grand theory." Annals of the New York Academy of Sciences 775 (1996), 288.

McClellan, C. "The economic consequences of Bruno Latour." Social epistemology 10, n. 2, (1996).

Koch, Robert. "The Case of Latour," Configurations 3 (Fall 1995), 319-47.

Harbers, Hans. "Bruno Latour, 'We have never been modern.'" Science, technology & human values 20, n. 2 (1995). (book review)

Clegg, Stewart R. "'We have never been modern.'" Theory, culture & society 12, n. 4, (1995), 153. (book review)

Caws, P. "Bruno Latour, 'We have never been modern.'" Radical philosophy 68, (1994), 53. (book review)

Boisvert, Raymond D. "Nous n'avons jamais été modernes: essai d'anthropologie symetrique." International philosophical quarterly 34, n.4 (Dec. 1994), 514. (book review)

Collins, H.M. "'We have never been modern.'" Isis 85, n.4 (Dec. 1994), 672. (book review)

Pickering, Andrew. "'We have never been modern.'" Modernism/Modernity 1, n. 3 (1994). (book review)

Hicks, Jim. "Forward into the past." (Book review of "We have never been modern") Postmodern culture 4, n. 3 (1994). (book review)

Crawford, T. Hugh. "An Interview with Bruno Latour." Configurations 1, n. 2 (1993).

Rip, Arie. "Citation for Bruno Latour, 1992 Bernal Prize Recipient." Science, technology & human values 18, n. 3, (Summer 1993).

Hacking, Ian. "'Science in action: how to follow scientists and engineers through society and the pasteurization of France,' Bruno Latour." Philosophy of science 59, n. 3, (Sept. 1992).

Jamard, Jean-Luc. "Faut-il être résolument amoderne? Les sciences, les techniques, Bruno Latour et l'anthropologie." Techniques et culture 19 (1992), 161-190.

Stemerding, Dirk. Plants, animals and formulae : natural history in the light of Latour's Science in action and Foucault's The order of things. Enschede, School of Philosophy and Social Sciences, University of Twente, 1991. (doctoral thesis, Rijksuniversiteit Limburg te Maastricht, 1991)

Schaffer, Simon. "The Eighteenth Brumaire of Bruno Latour." Studies in history and philosophy of science 22, n. 1 (March 1991).

Brown, James Robert. "Latour's prosaic science." Canadian Journal of Philosophy 21, n. 2 (June 1991), 245.

Amsterdamska, Olga. "Bruno Latour, science in action." Science, technology & human values 15, n. 4 (Fall 1990). (book review)

Paul, Harry W. "The pasteurization of France by Bruno Latour." The American journal of sociology 96, n. 1 (July 1990). (book review)

Williams, Rosalind. "The Pasteurization of France." Issues in science and technology 5, n.3 (Spring 1989), 104. (book review)

Weber, Eugen. "The Pasteurization of France." Times literary supplement n. 4482, (Feb. 24, 1989), 185. (book review)

Shapin, Steven. "The Pasteurization of France." Nature 336, n. 6 (Nov. 17, 1988), 196. (book review)

Bijker, Wiebe E. "Science in action: how to follow scientists and engineers through society." Technology and culture 29, n.4 (Oct. 1988), 982. (book review)

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Thanks to Nathalie Auerbach and Colyn Wohlmut for assistance with this bibliography.
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