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  1. DNA Testing for Family Reunification and the Limits of Biological Truth.Torsten H. Voigt & Catherine Lee - 2020 - Science, Technology, and Human Values 45 (3):430-454.
    As nation-states make greater efforts to regulate the flow of people on the move—refugees, economic migrants, and international travelers alike—advocates of DNA profiling technologies claim DNA testing provides a reliable and objective way of revealing a person’s true identity for immigration procedures. This article examines the use of DNA testing for family reunification in immigration cases in Finland, Germany, and the United States—the first transatlantic analysis of such cases—to explore the relationship between technology, the meaning of family, and immigration. Drawing (...)
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    Producing Knowledge About Racial Differences: Tracing Scientists' Use of “Race” and “Ethnicity” From Grants to Articles.Asia Friedman & Catherine Lee - 2013 - Journal of Law, Medicine and Ethics 41 (3):720-732.
    The research and publication practices by which scientists produce biomedical knowledge about race and ethnicity remain largely unexamined despite increasing interest in biological explanations for health disparities by race, as well as prominent critiques by social scientists highlighting the implications of conceptualizing race as a biological category. Although a growing number of studies on lab and research practices are helping to map meanings of race and ethnicity on notions of difference and health, we still have very little understanding of the (...)
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    ‘Europe’: What Kind of Idea?Catherine Lee & Robert Bideleux - 2009 - The European Legacy 14 (2):163-176.
    Salman Rushdie posed the question, ?What kind of idea are you?? We have borrowed his provoking question and held it up to ?Europe.? In this article, we suggest that ?Europe? cannot be primarily identified or located in terms of geographies, histories, religions, cultures or values, and that attempts to do so diminish the idea of ?Europe.? We also contest the vision of ?Europe? as a series of concentric circles emanating from Brussels and suggest that this conception indefensibly marginalizes vital portions (...)
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  4. Promoting Diversity in University Leadership: The Argument for LGBTQ+ Specific Leadership Programmes in Higher Education.Catherine Lee - forthcoming - Perspectives: Policy and Practice in Higher Education:1-9.
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