Seduced by Radium: How Industry Transformed Science in the American Marketplace, Pittsburgh: University of Pittsburgh Press, (under contract, expected 2022.)
In progress: Rentetzi, Maria. “The Politics of Radiation Protection,” NTM: International Journal of History and Ethics of Natural Sciences, Technology and Medicine, (expected 2022)
2021 Rentetzi, Maria and Ito, Kenji. “Nuclear Diplomacies,” History and Technology. 37(1).
2021 Rentetzi, Maria and Ito, Kenji. “The Material Culture and Politics of Artifacts in Nuclear Diplomacy,” Centaurus, 63 (2).
In progress: Creager, Angela and Maria Rentetzi. “The Paradox of Dual Use: The IAEA and Nuclear Regulation Through Standardization.” In Bensaude-Vincent, Bernadette, Soraya Boudia, and Kyoko Sato, Living in a Nuclear World: Order, Knowledge, and Normalization. New York: Routledge (under contract, expected 2022).
In progress: Freris, Loukas and Rentetzi, Maria. “ ‘One woman started it all’: Gendered Approaches to Governance of Knowledge in Postwar Greece.” In Lémonon- Waxin, Isabelle; Grégory Dufaud; Valérie Burgos Blondelle. Governing Science and Technology, Governing Through Science and Technology: What was at Stake for Women?New York: Berghahn Books, (under contract, expected 2022).
2020 “Black-boxing Knowledge: Glass Dosimeters and Governmental Control.” In Boxes: A Field Guide Susanne Bauer, Martina Schlünder, and Maria Rentetzi (eds), (pp. 481-492). Manchester: Mattering Press.
In progress: Rentetzi, Maria. “Setting up a Global Experiment: the IAEA and its Dosimetry Programs in early 1960s,” NTM: International Journal of History and Ethics of Natural Sciences, Technology and Medicine (expected 2022).
In progress: Rentetzi, Maria and Loukas Freris. “Attaching Diplomatic Significance to Laboratories: The IAEA’s Mobile Laboratories Become Diplomatic Bags.” Diplomatic History (under review).
2021 Rentetzi, Maria, Flavio D’Abramo, and Roberto Lalli. “Diplomacy in the Time of Cholera.” Sociology of Science and Technology 12(1): 34-41) Also as a preprint: Rentetzi, Maria, Flavio D’Abramo, and Roberto Lalli. “Diplomacy in the Time of Cholera.“ Berlin: Max-Planck-Institut für Wissenschaftsgeschichte, 2020.
2021 Rentetzi, Maria and Ito, Kenji. “The Material Culture and Politics of Artifacts in Nuclear Diplomacy,” Centaurus, 63 (2): 233-243.
2021 Rentetzi, Maria. “With Strings Attached: Gift-Giving to the International Atomic Energy Agency and US Foreign Policy.” Endeavor 45(1–2): 1-10.
2021 Ito, Kenji and Rentetzi, Maria. “The Co-production of Nuclear Science and Diplomacy: Towards a Transnational Understanding of Nuclear Things.” 37(1): 4-20.
2021 Rentetzi, Maria. “A Comment on Nuclear Safety and Radiation Protection from a Historian of Science.” Cancer Studies and Therapeutics 6 (1): 1-2.
2021 Kyrtsis, Alexandros, and Rentetzi, Maria. “From Lobbyists to Backstage Diplomats: How Insurers in the Field of Third-Party Liability Shaped Nuclear Diplomacy.” History and Technology, 37(1): 25-43.
HRP-IAEA has received funding from the European Research Council (ERC) under the European Union’s Horizon 2020 research and innovation program.
Grant Agreement number: 770548 — HRP-IAEA — ERC-2017-COG