You can find some of our work from the project below

Harris, Anna (2021). Making Measuring Bodies, Science, Technology, & Human Values: 1-24.

Maslen, Sarah and Anna Harris (2021). Becoming a Diagnostic Agent: A Collated Ethnography of Digital-Sensory Work in Caregiving Intra-ActionsSocial Science & Medicine 277: 113927.

Harris, Anna (2021). On the fabric of the human body in seven textiles: The multimodality of learning anatomyMultimodality & Society 1 (1): 8 – 19.

Harris, Anna and Lisa Herzog (2021). What might mushroom hunters teach the doctors of tomorrow?, Psyche. February 22.

Wyatt, Sally (2021). Writing Life No. 6: An Interview with Sally Wyatt, Interview by Claudia Egher. Somatosphere. Writing Life series. January 29.

Rice, Tom (2021). Writing Life No. 4: An Interview with Tom Rice, Interview by Carla Greubel. Somatosphere. Writing Life series. January 15.

Taylor, Janelle (2021). Writing Life No. 3: An Interview with Janelle Taylor, Interview by Anna Harris. Somatosphere. Writing Life series. January 8.

Rachel, Prentice (2020). Writing Life No. 1: An Interview with Rachel Prentice, Interview by Andrea Wojcik. Somatosphere. Writing Life series. December 4.

Harris, Anna (2020). A Sensory Education, Sensory Studies Series, London: Routledge.

Dupré, Sven, Anna Harris, Julia Kursell, Patricia Lulof and Maartje Stols-Witlox, eds. (2020). Reconstruction, Replication and Re-enactment in the Humanities and Social Sciences, Amsterdam: Amsterdam University Press.

Harris, Anna, Sally Wyatt, Andrea Wojcik, Harro van Lente and John Nott in correspondence with Rachel Vaden Allison and Carla Greubel (2020). Thumbnail sketches: learning the worlds of others through collaborative imaginative ethnography, American Anthropologist.

van Drie, Melissa and Anna Harris (2020). The stethoscope goes digital, Gesnerus: Swiss Journal of the History of Medicine and Sciences 77 (1): 123 – 148.

Harris, Anna and John Harris (2020). TT01: Playing in the Pandemic, Cultural Praxis, July 8:

Harris, Anna and Andrea Wojcik (2020). Digital Learning, Covid-19, Fieldsights, Cultural Anthropology, May 6.

Wojcik, Andrea, Rachel Vaden Allison and Anna Harris (2020). Bumbling along together: Producing collaborative fieldnotes, In Fieldnotes in Qualitative Education and Social Science Research: Approaches, Practices, and Ethical Considerations, edited by Casey Burkholder and Jennifer Thompson, Routledge: New York.

Nott, John and Anna Harris (2020). Sticky models: History as friction in obstetric education, Medicine Anthropology Theory 7 (1): 44-65.

Craddock, Paul and Anna Harris (2020). Workshopping: Exploring the Entanglement of Sites, Tools, and Bodily Possibilities in an Academic Gathering, Journal of Embodied Research 3 (1), 2 (16:17).

Harris, Anna, Andrea Wojcik and Rachel Vaden Allison (2020). How to make an omelette: A sensory experiment in team ethnography, Qualitative Research, 20 (5): 632-648.

Harris, Anna, Shanti Sumartojo and Sally Wyatt (2020). Designing for atmospheres of learning, FASoS Research – Debates about PBL, Group Dynamics, Quality of Education. January 15.

Harris, Anna (2019). The culinary art of clinical simulation, The Gourmand, June edition.

Harris, Anna (2018). Working on the bias, Invited commentary for Perspectives on Medical Education 7 (2):  67-68.

Harris, Anna and Jan-Joost Rethans (2018). Expressive instructions: ethnographic insights into the creativity and improvisation entailed in teaching physical skills to medical students. Perspectives on Medical Education 7: 232-238.

With commentary: Gormley, Gerard J. and Paul Murphy (2018). Teaching clinical skills in the theatre of medicinePerspect Med Educ 7, 226–227.

Harris, Anna (2018). Autophony: Listening to your Eyes Move, In The Ethnographic Case, edited by Emily Yates-Doerr and Christine Labuski, Mattering Press.


The project has also been informed by these publications:

Harris, Anna and Flynn, Eleanor (2017). Medical education of attention: A qualitative study of learning to listen to sound, Medical Teacher 39 (1): 79 – 84.

Harris, Anna (2016). Teaching the boogie woogie rather than 99?: A reflection on how words travel in medicine, Journal of Graduate Medical Education 8 (5): 793-794.

Harris, Anna (2016). Listening-touch, affect and the crafting of medical bodies through percussion. Body & Society 22(1): 31–61.

[this article was chosen to be in the anthology: Howes, David ed. 2018. Senses and Sensation: Critical and Primary Sources, Vols. I-IV. London and New York: Bloomsbury Academic]

Harris, Anna. (2016). Embodiment, in Oxford Bibliographies in Anthropology, edited by John Jackson. New York: Oxford University Press.

Harris, Anna (2016). The sensory archive. The Senses and Society 11 (3): 345 – 350.

Harris, Anna (2015). The hollow knock and other sounds in recipes, Gastronomica: The Journal of Critical Food Studies 15 (4): 14 – 17.

Harris, Anna (2015). Eliciting sound memories. The Public Historian 37 (4): 14 – 31.

Harris, Anna (2015). The blackboard anatomist. British Medical Journal 350: h345.

Harris, Anna and van Drie, Melissa (2015). Sharing sound: Teaching, learning and researching sonic skills, Sound Studies: An Interdisciplinary Journal 1 (1): 98 – 117.