CNS Publications Library

Under Review

  • Collins, M., Hanna S., Harthorn B. H., & Satterfield T. A. (Under Review). US Public Views on Nanotechnology and Product Safety: So Far So Good?.
  • Collins, M., & Freundenburg W. (Under Review). Technological Risk Messages: Comparing Nuclear Power and Nanotechnology.
  • Collins, M., & Freudenburg W. (Under Review). Temporal Myopia: A Case of Promising New Technologies, the Federal Government, and Inherent Conflicts of Interest.
  • Conti, J. A., & Becker S. (Under Review). Regulatory Risk Judgment: How the EPA confronts scientific uncertainty and the challenges of Nanotechnology.
  • Copeland, L., & Hasell A. (Under Review). Risky Business? How Risk vs. Benefit Frames Influence Consumer Attitudes toward Nanotechnology Applications.
  • Copeland, L., Bimber B., & Earl J. (Under Review). Contentious Consumers: Political Consumerism, Movement Societies and Self-Directed Political Action. Journal of Social Forces.
  • Copeland, L., Bimber B., & Earl J. (Under Review). Political Consumerism, Political Communication, and Political Organization.
  • Copeland, L., Bimber B., & Earl J. (Under Review). Collective Action and Political Consumerism.
  • Copeland, L., & Bimber B. (Under Review). Reactions to Nanotechnology in the Marketplace: Frames and Political Consumerism.
  • Copeland, L., & Bimber B. (Under Review). New Technology and Political Consumerism: Predicting Aversive Behavior in the Market to Nanotechnology.
  • Copeland, L. (Under Review). Political Consumerism and the Expansion of Political Participation in the US.
  • Copeland, L. (Under Review). Political Consumerism: Boycotting, Buycotting, and the Expansion of Political Participation Repertories in the United States.
  • Copeland, L. (Under Review). To What Extent is Political Consumerism Political? How Political Consumers' Motivations Inform our Understanding of Lifestyle Politics.
  • Corner, A., Satterfield T. A., Pidgeon N., & Harthorn B. H. (Under Review). Affective ambivalence and nanotechnologies.
  • Cranfill, Rachel, Bryant K., Shearer C., & Harthorn B. H. (Under Review). What Kinds of Lay Expertise Matter? Public Science Deliberation and the Linguistic Construction of Traditional and Novel Expertise.
  • Denes, A., Whirlow J., Cranfill R., Hanna S., Shearer C., Rogers-Brown J., et al. (Under Review). Gender, talk and group dynamics in nanotechnology public deliberation.
  • Denes, A., Cranfill R., Harthorn B. H., Shearer C., Whirlow J., & Hanna S. (Under Review). Talking Nano: The Importance of Gender, Race, and Power in Deliberations on the Risks and Benefits of Nanotechnology .
  • D’Arcangelis, G., DeVries L., Satterfield T. A., & Harthorn B. H. (Under Review). Cultural models of environment and hazard in the US and Canada: Exploring emergent views on engineered nanomaterials. Journal of Environmental Ecology.
  • Eardley-Pryor, R. (Under Review). From Promise to Peril to Policy: An Environmental History of U.S. Nanotechnology Policy, 1992-2005.
  • Eardley-Pryor, & McCray P. (Under Review). Regulating Innovation via Analogy: The Case of nanotechnology.
  • Eisler, M. N. (Under Review). Boundaries of Science Policy Communication: Nanotechnology and the Discourse of Revolutionary Applied Science. Minerva.
  • Fan, W., Liu Y., Kay L., & Chen J. (Under Review). Two Poles in Global Nano Research: Structure and Evolution of the Global Nano Collaborative Innovation Network.


  • Brock, D. (Forthcoming). Alternate Materialities of Microcircuitry. IEEE Annals of the History of Computing.
  • Copeland, L., & Smith E. R. A. N. (Forthcoming). Political Consumerism: Citizen Activism in Response to Climate Change and other Environmental Problems. In Wolinsky-Nahmias, Y. (Eds.),. Climate Change Policy and the Role of Society. Washington, D.C: CQ Press.
  • Eisler, M. N. (Forthcoming). Overpotential: Fuel Cells, Futurism, and the Making of a Power Panacea . Piscataway, NJ: Rutgers University Press.