Looking Within: A Sociocultural Examination of Fetoscopy (Basic Bioethics)
Blizzard, D. (2007) Looking Within: A Social Examination of Fetoscopy. MIT Press
Selected Contributions to Journals and Anthologies
Blizzard D. (in prep) “Can Money Buy Me Love?: Individual Liberty and Objectification through the Sex Trade and Sex Dolls”
Pardee, J. and D. Blizzard (under review). "The Methodology of Trauma: A Comparative Case Study of Researcher Reactions in the Data Collection Process." For submission to Qualitative Sociology
Bauchspies, W. K. and D. Blizzard (accepted for further review) “The Stability of Shifting Ground: Ethnography and STS” Feminist Epistemologies.
Blizzard, D. (forthcoming). “Feminist Perspectives.” Invited contribution to Prenatal and Preimplantation Diagnosis: The Burden of Choice. Springer. Joann Galst and Marion Verp, Eds.
Blizzard, D. (2011) “Prenatal Surgery and the Family.” Invited submission to Encyclopedia of Family Health. Sage. Martha Craft-Rosenberg, editor
Blizzzard, D. (2007) “When Heartless Babies are Disposable Tissue: Amalgamations of Objectivity and Subjectivity in Maternal Reactions to Acardiac Twinning.” Other Engenderings: Pregnancy in Situations of Social and Psychological Disorder (TSANTSA) The Review of the Swiss Anthropological Society, 12, 93-103.
Blizzard D. and S. Foster (2007) “Feminist Pedagogy in a Deaf and Hearing World: Linking Cultures Through Artifacts and Understanding” Feminist Teacher: A Journal of the Practices, Theories, and Scholarship of Feminist Teaching 17(3): 225-236.
"The Methodology of Trauma: A Comparative Case Study of Researcher Reactions in the Data Collection Process." Contributed to Eastern Sociological Association Annual Meeting. (With Dr. Jessica Pardee), Baltimore, MD. February 2014.
“Individual Liberty and Objectification: Sex Trade, Sex Dolls, and Fetishism.” Contributed to the Annual Meeting of the International Association for the Study of Sexuality, Culture and Society. Madrid, Spain. July 2011
“The Magic of Real Dolls: Rhetoric, Material Culture, and the Entrenchment of Emphasized Femininity.” Contributed to Perspectives on Gender and Technology. Austin, TX. April 2009
“When Structure is Content: Popular Epidemiology”(With Professor M. Ann Howard). Contributed to the International Association of Science, Technology and Society, Annual Meeting, Rochester, NY April 2-4, 2009
“Cultivating Magic” (With Dr. Linda Strauss). Contributed to the Society for Social Studies of Science, Annual Meeting, Montreal, Quebec, Canada. October 2007
“Acardiac Twinning and Ambiguous Loss: Grieving the Lost Subject-Object in Fetal Surgery (Fetoscopy).” Contributed to the International Association of Science, Technology, and Society, Annual Meeting, Baltimore, MD. February 2007
“Reality TV: Design and Implementation of an Interdisciplinary Course” (With Dr. Susan Barnes). Contributed to the Faculty Institute of Teaching and Learning, Rochester, NY. May 2006
“Gender and Magic” Contributed to the Society for Social Studies of Science, Annual Meeting, Pasadena, CA, October 2005
“Claiming the Classroom: A Case Study of Feminist Pedagogy at a Technological University” Contributed to the Society for Social Studies of Science, Annual Meeting, Cambridge, MA, October 2003