Institutional Review Boards

In 2004, I became increasingly interested in the operations of Institutional Review Boards, bodies that monitor research with human subjects by affiliates of universities and other research institutions. I am particularly interested in how these boards, established to govern medical and psychological research, affect the work of scholars in the social sciences and humanities, as well as journalism.

This interest has led to the following projects:


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