Keränen, Lisa. 2010. Scientific Characters:
Rhetoric, Politics, and Trust in Breast Cancer Research (Tuscaloosa,
AL: University of Alabama Press). This book received the 2011 Marie
Hochmuth Nichols Award for Outstanding Scholarship from the Public Address
Division of the National Communication Association.
Edited Special Journal Issues
a, ed. 2014. "Medicine,
Health, and Publics." Special issue of the Journal of Medical
Humanities 35.2: 103-239.
Keränen, Lisa, ed. 2013. "Inventing the Future: The
Rhetorics of Science, Technology, and Medicine." Special issue of POROI:
An Interdisciplinary Journal of Rhetorical Analysis and Invention 9.1:
Articles, Essays, and Book Chapters
Keränen, Lisa, Patrick Dodge, and Donovan
Conley. 2014. Modernizing Traditions on the Roof of the World. Journal of
Curatorial Studies, forthcoming.
Keränen, Lisa. 2014. "This Weird, Incurable
Disease": Competing Diagnoses in the Rhetoric of Morgellons. Health
Humanities Reader, edited by Therese Jones, Lester Friedman, and Delease Wear
(Rutgers University Press, 2014): 36-49.
Keränen, Lisa. 2014. Public Engagements with Health and Medicine: Guest
Editor’s Introduction and Discussion Guide, Journal of Medical Humanities
35.2: 103-109, 237-239.
Keränen, Lisa. 2013. Conspectus: Inventing the Future: The Rhetorics of Science,
Technology, and Medicine, Challenges and Opportunities. POROI: An
International Journal of Rhetorical Analysis and Invention 9.1: Article 1,
J. Blake Scott, Judy Z. Segal, and Lisa Keränen. 2013.
Rhetorics of Health and Medicine: Inventional Possibilities for Scholarship and
Engaged Practice. POROI: An International Journal of Rhetorical Analysis and
Invention 9.1: Article 17, 1-6. All authors contributed equally to this
Keränen, Lisa. 2013. Technologies of the Self at the End of Life: Pastoral Power
and the Rhetoric of Advance Care Planning. The
Language of our Biotechnological Future, edited by Michael Hyde and James Herrick (Baylor University
Press): 193-218. Recipient of the 2013 Best Edited Book Award from the
Communication Ethics Division of the National Communication Association.
Keränen, Lisa. 2011.
Concocting Viral Apocalypse: Catastrophic Risk and the Production of
Bio(in)security. Western Journal of Communication 75.5:
451-472. Lead essay.
Keränen, Lisa. 2011. Addressing the Epidemic
of Epidemics: Germs, Security, and a Call for Biocriticism (9,000 word review
essay). Quarterly Journal of Speech 97.2: 224-244.
Keränen, Lisa. 2011. How Does a Pathogen
Become a Terrorist? The Collective Transformation of Risk into Bio(in)security.
In Rhetorical Questions in Health and Medicine, edited by Joan
Leach and Deborah Dysart-Gale (New York: Lexington Books): 85-120.
Bean, Hamilton, Lisa Keränen, and Margaret Durfy. 2011. 'This is London':
Cosmopolitan Nationalism and the Discourse of Resilience in the '7/7' Terrorist
Attacks. Rhetoric and Public Affairs 14.3: 427-464.
Keränen, Lisa. 2010. "Competing
Characters in Science-Based Controversy: A Framework for Analysis." Understanding
Science: New Agendas in Communication, edited by LeeAnn Kahlor and Patricia
Stout (New York: Routledge): 13
Keränen, Lisa. 2008. "Bio(In)Security:
Rhetoric, Scientists, and Citizens in the Age of Bioterrorism". Sizing
Up Rhetoric, edited by David Zarefsky and Elizabeth Benacka (Long Grove,
IL: Waveland): 227-249.
Keränen, Lisa, and Virginia Sanprie. 2008. "'Oxygen
of Publicity' and 'Lifeblood of Liberty': Communication Scholarship on Mass
Media Coverage of Terrorism for the Twenty-first Century." Communication
Yearbook 32: 231-275.
Keränen, Lisa, Jason Lesko, Alison Vogelaar, and Lisa
Irvin. 2008. "Myth, Mask, Shield, and Sword: Dr. John H. Marburger III's
Rhetoric of Neutral Science for the Nation." Cultural
Studies-Critical Methodologies 7: 159-186.
Keränen, Lisa. 2007. "'Cause Someday We
All Die": Rhetoric, Agency, and the Case of the "Patient"
Preferences Worksheet. Quarterly Journal of Speech 93:
Keränen, Lisa. 2005. "Mapping
Misconduct: Demarcating Legitimate Science from 'Fraud' in the B-06 Lumpectomy
Controversy." Argumentation and Advocacy 42: 94-113.
Han, Paul K. J., Lisa B. Keränen, Dianne A. Lescisin,
and Robert M. Arnold. 2005. "The Palliative Care Clinical Evaluation
Exercise (CEX): An Experience-Based Intervention for Teaching End-of-Life
Communication Skills." Academic Medicine 80: 669-676.