Post-cartesian Epigenetics Bibliography

Costa, DL, N. Yetter & H. deSomer. “Intergenerational transmission of paternal trauma among US Civil War Ex-POWs.”

Hendrickx, K. & I. Van Hoyweghen. 2018. “An epigenetic prism to norms and values.” Perspective 9(63): 1-5.

Loi, M. 2013. Social epigenetics and equality of opportunity. Public Health Ethics 6(2): 142-153.

M’hamdi, H.I., I. de Beaufort, B. Jack & E.A.P. Steegers. 2018. “Responsibility in the age of Developmental Origins of Health and Disease (DOHaD) and epigenetics.” Journal of Development Origins of Health and Disease 9(1): 58-62.

Morriseau, T. 2019. “Continuing the legacy: Discovering new insights into the role of genes and the environment in Type 2 diabetes in Oji-Cree youth.” Research Life, Winter V. 1: 17.

Mukherjee, S. 2016. “Same but different.” The New Yorker, May 2. https://www.newyorker.com/magazine/2016/05/02/breakthroughs-in-epigenetics

Notterman, D.A. & C. Mitchell. 2015. “Epigenetics and understanding the impact of social determinants of health.” Pediatr Clin N Amer 62: 1227-1240.

Rose, Stephen. 2016. “How to get another thorax.” London Review of Books 38(17): 15-17.

Rothstein, M.A., H.L. Harrell, and G.E. Marchant. 2017. “Transgenerational epigenetics and environmental justice.” Environmental Epigenetics: 1-12.

Sadler-Riggleman, I. & M.K. Skinner. Environment and the epigenetic transgenerational inheritance of disease, Chapter 15 in .

Vandenbergh, M.P., D.J. Vandenbergh & J.G. Vandenbergh. 2017. “Beyond Lamarck: The implications of epigenetics for environmental law.” Mich J. of Envtl. & Admin. Law 7: 1-31.

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