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Shahvisi, Arianne (2020) Toward responsible ejaculations: the moral imperative for male contraceptive responsibility. Journal of Medical Ethics. ISSN 0306-6800 (Accepted)

Shahvisi, Arianne (2019) Nesting behaviours during pregnancy: biological instinct, or another way of gendering housework? Women's Studies International Forum, 78. a102329. ISSN 0277-5395

Shahvisi, Arianne (2019) “Women’s empowerment,” imperialism, and the global gag rule. Kohl: A Journal for Body and Gender Research, 4 (2). pp. 174-184.

Shahvisi, Arianne (2019) Coloniality in the NHS: training medical students to resist. Decolonising the Curriculum: Teaching and Learning about Race Equality (2). p. 13. ISSN 2632-7937

Shahvisi, Arianne (2019) Particles do not conspire. Journal for General Philosophy of Science. pp. 1-23. ISSN 0925-4560

Shahvisi, Arianne (2019) Plain speaking. London Review of Books Blog [weblog article, 27 September 2019].

Shahvisi, Arianne (2019) “Men are trash”: the surprisingly philosophical story behind an internet punchline. Prospect [weblog article, 19 August 2019]. ISSN 1359-5024

Shahvisi, Arianne (2019) Austerity or xenophobia? The causes and costs of the hostile environment in the NHS. Health Care Analysis. ISSN 1065-3058

Shahvisi, Arianne and Finnerty, Fionnuala (2019) Why it is unethical to charge migrant women for pregnancy care in the NHS. Journal of Medical Ethics. ISSN 0306-6800

Shahvisi, Arianne (2019) Tropicality and abjection: what do we really mean by “neglected tropical diseases”? Developing World Bioethics. ISSN 1471-8731

Shahvisi, Arianne (2019) Medicine is patriarchal, but alternative medicine is not the answer. Journal of Bioethical Inquiry, 16 (1). pp. 99-112. ISSN 1176-7529

Shahvisi, Arianne (2018) Beyond orientalism: exploring the distinctive feminism of democratic confederalism in Rojava. Geopolitics. ISSN 1465-0045

Shahvisi, Arianne (2018) Abortion is nothing like hiring a hitman, whatever Pope Francis says. The Conversation [weblog article, 11 October 2018].

Shahvisi, Arianne (2018) Pay your cleaner what you earn, or clean up yourself. Media Diversified [weblog article, 7 September 2018].

Shahvisi, Arianne (2018) Moral bankruptcy in the Mediterranean. The Region [Weblog article, 27 August 2018].

Shahvisi, Arianne (2018) Health-worker migration and migrant health-care: seeking cosmopolitanism in the NHS. Bioethics, 32 (6). pp. 334-342. ISSN 1467-8519

Shahvisi, Arianne (2018) Hermeneutical injustice and outsourced domestic work. Women’s Studies International Forum, 69. pp. 18-25. ISSN 0277-5395

Shahvisi, Arianne (2018) The NHS must stop excluding immigrant patients while poaching health workers from abroad. Centre for Health and the Public Interest [weblog article, 16 July 2018].

Shahvisi, Arianne, Meskele, Enguday and Davey, Gail (2018) A human right to shoes? Establishing rights and duties in the prevention and treatment of podoconiosis. Health and Human Rights, 20 (1). pp. 53-65. ISSN 2150-4113

Shahvisi, Arianne (2018) Conscientious objection: a morally insupportable misuse of authority. Clinical Ethics, 13 (2). pp. 82-87. ISSN 1477-7509

Shahvisi, Arianne (2018) Engendering harm: a critique of sex selection for 'family balancing'. Journal of Bioethical Inquiry, 15 (1). pp. 123-137. ISSN 1176-7529

Shahvisi, Arianne (2018) Why buffer zones around abortion clinics do not threaten the right to protest. The Conversation. ISSN 2201-5639

Shahvisi, Arianne (2017) Why UK doctors should be troubled by female genital mutilation legislation. Clinical Ethics, 12 (2). pp. 102-108. ISSN 1477-7509

Shahvisi, Arianne (2017) [Review] Kristin Shrader-Frechette (2014) Tainted: how philosophy of science can expose bad science. International Studies in the Philosophy of Science, 30 (2). pp. 193-196. ISSN 0269-8595

Shahvisi, Arianne (2016) Rather than extend civil partnerships to all, the state should revoke perks for coupledom. The Conversation. ISSN 2201-5639

Shahvisi, Arianne and Sayegh, Ghiwa (2016) [Interview] Rojava: the details of their struggle. Makhzin (2).

Shahvisi, Arianne (2016) Who deserves what? Some reflections on the refugee crisis. Culture Project.

Shahvisi, Arianne (2016) Power, politics, and privilege: objecting to conscientious objection. Lawyers for Choice blog.

Shahvisi, Arianne (2016) Cutting slack and cutting corners: an ethical and pragmatic response to Arora and Jacobs’ Female genital alteration: a compromise solution. Journal of Medical Ethics, 42 (3). pp. 156-157. ISSN 0306-6800

Shahvisi, Arianne (2016) [Review] Carol J. Adams and Lori Green, ed. (2014) Ecofeminism: feminist intersections with other animals and the earth. Journal of Gender Studies, 25 (1). pp. 112-114. ISSN 0958-9236

Shahvisi, Arianne (2016) No understanding, no consent: the case against alternative medicine. Bioethics, 30 (2). pp. 69-76. ISSN 0269-9702

Shahvisi, Arianne (2015) [Review] Alison Jagger (2015) Gender and global justice. Philosophy, 90 (4). pp. 697-702. ISSN 0031-8191

Moledor, Sara and Shahvisi, Arianne (2015) Sweeping waste under the oriental rug. Jadaliyya.

Shahvisi, Arianne (2015) Epistemic injustice in the academy: an analysis of the Saida Grundy witch-hunt. The Academe Blog [weblog article, 20 May 2015].

Shahvisi, Arianne (2015) Xenophobia, poverty and the lies that link them: dissecting the UKIP support base. Truthout.

Shahvisi, Arianne (2015) From resisting definition to resisting exploitation: the ongoing struggle of domestic workers in Lebanon. Truthout.

Shahvisi, Arianne (2015) [Review] Sally Haslanger (2012) Resisting reality: social construction and social critique. Philosophy, 90 (1). pp. 156-161. ISSN 0031-8191

Shahvisi, Arianne (2015) Feminism as a moral imperative in a globalised world. Kohl: A Journal for Body and Gender Research, 1 (1).

Shahvisi, Arianne (2014) Banksy: graffitist of the white bourgeoisie. Truthout.

Shahvisi, Arianne (2014) Money where your mouth is: Salaita, freedom of speech, and the new market of education. Open Democracy. ISSN 1476-5888

Shahvisi, Arianne (2014) Cuts and scabs: a doctors’ strike could help save the United Kingdom’s National Health Service. Jacobin.

Shahvisi, Arianne (2014) Migrant domestic workers in Lebanon: a case study in the global labour hierarchy of gender, race, and nationality. Open Democracy. ISSN 1476-5888

Shahvisi, Arianne (2014) [Review] Stefanie Knauss, Theresa Wobbe, Giovanna Cove (eds) (2012) Gendered ways of knowing in science: scope and limitations. Hypatia Reviews Online.

Shahvisi, Arianne and Singh, Neil (2013) Why Movember isn't all it's cracked up to be. New Statesman. ISSN 1364-7431

Book Section

Shahvisi, Arianne (2019) Privilege, platforms, and power: uses and abuses of academic freedom. In: Landy, David, Lentin, Ronit and McCarthy, Conor (eds.) Enforcing silence: academic freedom, Palestine and the criticism of Israel. Zed Books, London. (Accepted)

Shahvisi, Arianne (2018) Female genital alteration in the UK: a failure of pluralism and intersectionality. In: Kuehlmeyer, Katja, Klingler, Corinna and Huxtable, Richard (eds.) Ethical, legal and social aspects of healthcare for migrants: perspectives from the UK and Germany. Law And Migration . Routledge. ISBN 9781138056541

Shahvisi, Arianne (2018) From academic freedom to academic responsibility: privileges and responsibilities regarding speech on campus. In: Surprenant, Chris W and Downs, Donald Alexander (eds.) The Value and Limits of Academic Speech: Philosophical, Political, and Legal Perspectives. Routledge Studies in Contemporary Philosophy . Routledge. ISBN 9781138479890 (Accepted)

Shahvisi, Arianne and Earp, Brian D The law and ethics of female genital cutting. In: Creighton, Sarah and Liao, Lih-Mei (eds.) Female genital cosmetic surgery: interdisciplinary analysis and solution. Cambridge University Press. (Accepted)

Other

Shahvisi, Arianne and Hickland, Megan (2019) Interview with Arianne Shahvisi, senior lecturer in ethics. Frontline Genomics.

Shahvisi, Arianne and Finnerty, Fionnuala (2019) Charging migrant women for pregnancy care is a worrying sign of the times [weblog article]. BMJ Blogs.

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