In this section you will find a selection of publications produced by members of the new immortalities network that relate to themes of death and donation.
- Cooper, J. (2016). Problematising the ethics of organ donation after circulatory death in the UK. Critical Public Health. Epublication ahead of print.
- Cooper, J., & Kierans, C. (2016). Organ donation, ethnicity and the negotiation of death: ethnographic insights from the UK. Mortality, 21(1), 1-18.
- Kierans, C., & Cooper, J. (2013). 'The emergence of the 'ethnic donor': the cultural production and relocation of organ donation in the UK'. Anthropology and Medicine, 20, 221-231.
- Kierans, C., & Cooper, J. (2011). 'Organ donation, genetics, race and culture: The making of a medical problem'. Anthropology Today, 27(6), 21-24
- Simpson, B. 2017. Death, Merit and Nation: Eye donation practices among Theravada Buddhists in contemporary Sri Lanka. Medicine Anthropology Theory.
- Simpson, B. 2015. Last Will and Predicament: an essay on death and the decisions we make before we die.
- Simpson, B. 2015. Fifteenth Century Problems for the Twenty-First Century Gift: Human Tissue Transactions in Ethnically Diverse Societies. Anthropological Forum. 24(4): 338-350.
- Simpson, B. 2004. Impossible Gifts: Bodies, Buddhism and Bioethics. Journal of the Royal Anthropological Insititute. Vol. 10:4 pp 839-859.