- Title Pages
- I Biosensing and Representation
- 1 Do Biosensors Biomedicalize? Sites of Negotiation in DNA-Based Biosensing Data Practices
- 2 Data in the Age of Digital Reproduction: Reading the Quantified Self through Walter Benjamin
- 3 Biosensing: Tracking Persons
- 4 The Quantified Self: Reverse Engineering
- II Institutional Arrangements
- 5 Biosensing in Context: Health Privacy in a Connected World
- 6 Disruption and the Political Economy of Biosensor Data
- 7 Deep Data: Notes on the <i>n of 1</i>
- 8 Consumer Health Innovation Opportunities and Privacy Challenges: A View from the Trenches
- III Seeing Like a Builder
- 9 Open mHealth and the Problem of Data Interoperability
- 10 Field Notes in Contamination Studies
- 11 Data, (Bio)Sensing, and (Other-)Worldly Stories from the Cycle Routes of London
- 12 The Data Citizen, the Quantified Self, and Personal Genomics
- Biographical Sketches
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