Academic articles

(Entries are listed in reverse chronological order)

L. Whiteley, A. Stenslund, K. Arnold, and T. Söderqvist, “‘The house’ as a framing device for public engagement in STEM museums”, Museum and Society, vol. 15 (2) 217-235 (2017). (online)

T. Söderqvist, “The Muse(um) Is Political”, Isis, vol. 107 (2), 342-344 (2016). (online)

S. R. Davies, K. Tybjerg, L. Whiteley, and T. Söderqvist, “Co-curation as hacking: biohackers in Copenhagen’s Medical Museion”, Curator: The Museum Journal, vol. 58 (1), 117-131 (2015). (pdf)

M. Bülow and T. Söderqvist, “Successful ageing: a historical overview and critical analysis of a successful concept”. Journal of Aging Studies, vol. 31, 139–149 (2014). (pdf)

T. Söderqvist,”參與式博物館與分散式文物管理 / The participatory museum and distributed curatorial expertise”, 藝外ARTITUDE, vol. 54 (3), 70-77 (2014) (translation of T. Söderqvist, 2010). (online in Chinese) (pdf in Chinese)

T. Söderqvist and B. V. Pedersen, “Biomedicine on display”. In: S. Alberti and E. Hallam (eds). Medical Museums: Past, Present, Future. London: Royal College of Surgeons, 2013: pp. 144-157 

K. Arnold and T. Söderqvist, “Medical instruments in museums: Immediate impressions and historical meanings”, Isis , vol. 102, 718-29 (2011) (pdf)

T. Söderqvist, “The seven sisters: subgenres of bioi of contemporary life scientists”, Journal of the History of Biology, vol. 44, 633-650 (2011) DOI 10.1007/s10739-011-9272-x (pdf)

T. Söderqvist and A. Bencard, “Do things talk?”. In: H. Trischler et al., eds., The Exhibition as Product and Generator of Knowledge, Berlin: Max Planck Institute for History of Science, 2010: pp. 92-102.

T. Söderqvist, “The participatory museum and distributed curatorial expertise”, NTM Zeitschrift für Geschichte der Wissenschaften, Technik und Medizin, vol. 18, 69-78, 2010. (pdf) (online)

T. Söderqvist, A. Bencard and C. Mordhorst, “Between meaning culture and presence effects: contemporary biomedical objects as a challenge to museums”. Studies in History and Philosophy of Science, Series A, vol. 40, 431-38, 2009. (abstract) (pdf)

T. Söderqvist, C. Stillwell, and M. Jackson, “Immunology”. In: J. V. Pickstone and P. Bowler (eds.), Cambridge Encyclopaedia for the History of Science, vol.6: Biological and Biomedical Sciences, Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2009: pp. 467-485.

T. Söderqvist, “Making sense or sensing the made? Research into presence production in museums of science, technology and medicine”. In: S. Lindqvist et al. (eds.), Research and Museums, Stockholm: Nationalmuseum, 2008: pp. 161-173 

T. Söderqvist, “Plutarchian versus Socratic scientific biography”, pp. 159-162 in: J. Renn and K. Gavroglu (eds.), Positioning the History of Science, Berlin: Springer, 2007 (Boston Studies in the Philosophy of Science, vol. 248). (manuscript)

T. Söderqvist, “Introduction: A new look at the genre of scientific biography”, in: T. Söderqvist (ed.), The History and Poetics of Scientific Biography. Aldershot: Ashgate 2007. (online)

T. Söderqvist, “‘No genre of history fell under more odium than that of biography’: the delicate relations between twentieth century scientific biography and historiography of science”, in: T. Söderqvist (ed.): The History and Poetics of Scientific Biography. Aldershot: Ashgate, 2007.

T. Söderqvist, “Introduction: what we know, what we do not – and why it matters”, pp. 1-12 in: R. E. Doel and T. Söderqvist (eds.), The Historiography of Contemporary Science, Technology, and Medicine: Writing Recent Science. London: Routledge, 2006. (R.E. Doel and T. Söderqvist)

T. Söderqvist, “What is the use of writing lives of recent scientists?” pp. 99-127 in: R. E. Doel and T. Söderqvist (eds.), The Historiography of Contemporary Science, Technology, and Medicine: Writing Recent Science. London: Routledge, 2006.

T. Söderqvist, “Who’s afraid of the recent biomedical heritage?”, Opuscula Musealia, vol. 15: 99-105 (2006).

T. Söderqvist, “Jerne, Niels”, in: W. F. Bynum and Helen Bynum (eds.), Dictionary of Medical Biography, Westport, Conn.: Greenwood Press, 2006.

T. Söderqvist, “Kan den moderne biomedicin udstilles på museum?”, Bibliotek for Læger, vol. 197: 171-189 (2005).

T. Söderqvist, “Why are there so few scholarly biographies in the history of medicine and public health?”, Michael: Publication Series of the Norwegian Medical Society, vol.1 (1): 119-29 (2004). (online)

T. Söderqvist, “Biomedicinen og det moderne museums endeligt”, pp. 75-89 in: R. Gade, M. V. Hansen and H. D. Christensen, (eds.), Museets historie og teori. Copenhagen 2004.

T. Söderqvist, “Jerne, Niels Kaj”, pp. 50-51 in: Oxford Dictionary of National Biography. Oxford: Oxford University Press, vol. 30, 2004.

T. Söderqvist, “Posthume forsvar og historiske angreb: medicinhistorie mellem fortid og fremtid”, Bibliotek for Læger, vol.195: 231-234 (2003)

T. Söderqvist, “Wissenschaftsgeschichte á la Plutarch: Biographie über Wissenschaftler als tugendethische Gattung”, pp 287-325 in: H. E. Bödeker (ed.), Biographie schreiben. Göttingen: Wallstein Verlag, 2003.

T. Söderqvist, “Scientific biography à la Plutarch”, pp. 255-61 in: H. Nowotny (ed.), Jahrbuch 2002 des Collegium Helveticum. Zürich: Hochschulverlag, 2003.

T. Söderqvist, “Lives of scientists as sources for ethical reflection”, Friends of the Wellcome Library and Centre for the History of Medicine, Newsletter, no. 30: 8-10 (2003).

T. Söderqvist, “Neurobiographies: Writing lives in the history of neurology and the neurosciences”, Journal of the History of the Neurosciences, vol. 11: 38-48 (2002).

J. Browne and T. Söderqvist, “The poetics of biography in science, technology and medicine”, History of Science Society Newsletter, vol. 31: 9 (2002).

T. Söderqvist, “The life and work of Niels Kaj Jerne as a source of ethical reflection”, Scandinavian Journal of Immunology, vol.55: 539-45 (2002). (online)

T. Söderqvist, “A Nobel prize is no guarantee against the anxiety of being forgotten: Niels K. Jerne, ‘the king of theorists’ in modern immunology”, pp. 523-52 in: H. Nielsen and K. Nielsen (eds.), Neighbouring Nobel: The history of thirteen Danish Nobel prizes. Aarhus: Aarhus University Press, 2001. (Danish translation: “At få en Nobelpris er ikke nogen garanti mod angsten for at blive glemt”, pp. 419-43 in: H. Nielsen and K. Nielsen, eds., Nabo til Nobel: Historien om tretten danske Nobelpriser. Aarhus: Aarhus University Press, 2001).

T. Söderqvist, “Immunology à la Plutarch: Biographies of immunologists as an ethical genre”, pp. 287-301 in: A. M. Moulin and A. Cambrosio (eds.), Singular selves: Historical issues and contemporary debates in immunology. Paris: Elsevier, 2001.

T. Söderqvist, “Forskerrollen och det goda livet”, pp.11-14 in: K. Siune and T. Vinther (eds.), Forskningens rolle i det 21. århundrede. (Report no. 1/2000) Århus: Analyseinstitut for Forskningen 2000.

T. Söderqvist, “Science à la Plutarch: biographies of scientists as food for reflection about the good life in science”, British Society for the History of Science website, 2000 (online)

J. Hughes and T. Söderqvist, “Why is it so difficult to write the history of contemporary science?, Endeavour, vol.23: 1-2, 1999 (reprinted in HMS Beagle e-zine, issue 51, 1999).

T. Söderqvist and C. Stillwell. “The historiography of immunology is still in its infancy”, Journal of the History of Biology, vol. 32: 205-215, 1999.

T. Söderqvist and A. M. Silverstein, “Participation in scientific meetings: A new prosopographical approach to the disciplinary history of science: the case of immunology 1951-1972”, pp. 101-103 in: E. Scanlen, R. Hill and K. Junker (eds.), Communicating science. London and New York: Routledge, 1999 (reprint of Söderqvist and Silverstein 1993).

T. Söderqvist, “Forskerbiografiens historie”, Slagmark, vol. 28-29: 41-60 (1999).

T. Söderqvist, “Indledning”, Personalhistorisk Tidsskrift, vol. 119: 247-251 (1999).

T. Söderqvist, “Svar til mine kritikere”, Personalhistorisk Tidsskrift vol. 119: 295-307 (1999).

T. Söderqvist, “Hvilken kamp for at undslippe: svar til Jan Pedersen”, Historisk Tidsskrift, vol. 99: 492-498, 1999.

T. Söderqvist, “Indledning”, pp.9-22 in: T. Söderqvist, J. Faye, H. Kragh and F.A. Rasmussen (eds.). Videnskabernes København. Copenhagen: Roskilde Universitetsforlag, 1998.

T. Söderqvist, “Niels Kaj Jerne og stræben efter en europæisk storbyidentitet”, pp. 222-245 in: T. Söderqvist, J. Faye, H. Kragh and F.A. Rasmussen (eds.). Videnskabernes København. Copenhagen: Roskilde Universitetsforlag, 1998.

T. Söderqvist, “Scientific biography and the popularization of science”, pp. 51-53 in: L. Israel (ed.), Vetenskapens populära gestaltningar. Halmstad, Centrum för Medieforskning, Report nr. 3, 1998.

T. Söderqvist, “Who will sort out the hundred of more Paul Ehrlichs? The historiography of contemporary and recent science”, pp. 1-17 in T. Söderqvist (ed.), The historiography of contemporary science and technology. Amsterdam: Harwood Academic Publishers, 1997.

T. Söderqvist, “Det vetenskapliga livet mellan misstänksamhetens och uppbyggelsens hermeneutik”, pp. 233-250 in R. Ambjörnson (ed.), Att skriva människan: essäer om biografin som livshistoria och vetenskaplig genre. Stockholm: Carlssons bokförlag, 1997.

T. Söderqvist, “Science studies as a way of coping with self”, pp.93-102 in: J. Bärmark and M. Hallberg (eds.), Festschrift to professor Aant Elzinga on his 60th birthday. Gothenburg: Department of Theory of Science (Report no. 195), 1997.

T. Söderqvist, “Virtue ethics and the historiography of science”, Danish Yearbook of Philosophy, vol. 32: 45-64 (1997).

T. Söderqvist, “Existential projects and existential choice in science: Science biography as an edifying genre”, pp. 45-84 in R. Yeo and M. Shortland (eds), Telling lives: Studies of scientific biography. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 1996. (excerpt in Google print)

T. Söderqvist, “Scientific biography as a hermeneutics of edification”, International History of Science Newsletter, nr. 3 (April): 4-6 (1995).

T. Söderqvist, “Forskerbiografien som opbyggelig genre: videnskaben som eksistentielt projekt”, Den Jyske Historiker, nr. 72: 101-121 (1995).

T. Söderqvist and A. M. Silverstein, “Participation in scientific meetings: A new prosopographical approach to the disciplinary history of science: the case of immunology 1951-1972”, Social Studies of Science, vol.24: 513-548 (1994).

T. Söderqvist and A. M. Silverstein, “Studying leadership and subdisciplinary structure of scientific disciplines: Cluster analysis of participation in scientific meeting”, Scientometrics, vol.30: 243-258 (1994).

A. M. Silverstein and T. Söderqvist, “The structure and dynamics of immunology, 1951-1972: A prosopographical study of international meetings”, Cellular Immunology, vol. 158: 1-28 (1994).

T. Söderqvist, “Darwinian overtones: Niels K. Jerne and the origin of the selection theory of antibody formation”, Journal of the History of Biology, vol. 27: 481-529 (1994).

T. Söderqvist, “The architecture of a biographical pathway”, Historical Studies in the Physical and Biological Sciences, vol. 25: 165-175 (1994).

T. Söderqvist, “How to write the recent history of immunology: Is the time really ripe for a narrative synthesis?”, Immunology Today, vol.14: 565-568 (1993).

T. Söderqvist, “The passions of the scientist: an existential approach to science biography, pp. 67-78 in J. Hultberg (ed.), New Genres in Science Studies, Gothenburg, 1993.

T. Söderqvist, “Att skriva interaktiv forskarbiografi”, VEST: tidskrift för vetenskapsstudier, vol. 6 (1): 9-18, 1992.

T. Söderqvist, “Informationssamhället och makten; kritiska och hoppfulla reflexioner”, pp. 239-262 in: S. Beckman (ed.), Miljö, media, makt. Stockholm: Carlssons, 1991.

T. Söderqvist, “Biography or ethnobiography or both: Embodied reflexivity and the deconstruction of knowledge-power”, pp. 143-62 in F. Steier (ed.), Research and Reflexivity. London: SAGE, 1991.

T. Söderqvist, “The macro and micro conflict structure of the information- and knowledge society”, pp. 185-199 in L. Nowak (ed.), New views of the historical process. Amsterdam: Rodopi, 1989.

T. Söderqvist, “Arne Müntzing”, Svenskt biografiskt lexikon, vol. 26: 133-136, 1989.

T. Söderqvist, “Karl Myrbäck”, Svenskt biografiskt lexikon, vol. 26: 140-144, 1989.

T: Söderqvist, “Knowledge is power: A critical approach to the information society, pp. 41-48 in: C. Forchheimer (ed.), Knowledge and communication in the computer age. Linköping: University of Linköping Press, 1988.

R. Eyerman, L. Svensson and T. Söderqvist, “Introduction”, pp.1-15 in: R. Eyerman, L. Svensson and T. Söderqvist (eds.), Intellectuals, universities and the state in Western modern societies, Los Angeles: University of California Press, 1987.

T. Söderqvist, “Die schwedische Ökologie im 20. Jahrhundert: Die Versöhnung zwischen der schwedischen naturgeschichtlichen Feldtradition und der deutschen Laboratoriumspraxis”, pp. 159-164 in Carl Wilhelm Schele Ehrung. Berlin: Akademie der Wissenschaften der DDR, Institut für Theorie, Geschichte und Organisation der Wissenschaft (Kolloquien Heft 62), 1987.

I. Ravn and T. Söderqvist, “Introduktion; `Dette er en kosmologi, og som sådan er den fuldstændig'”, pp. 9-25 in: H. Maturana and F. Varela, Kundskabens træ. Århus: Ask, 1987.

T. Söderqvist, “Elias Melin”, Svenskt biografiskt lexikon, vol. 25: 367-370 (1986)

T. Söderqvist, “Informationssamhället: forskningsläge och olösta problem”, pp. 245-256 in: J. Gidlund and B. Lidström (eds.), Det elektroniska närsamhället, Stockholm: Kommundata förlag, 1986.

T. Söderqvist, “Sociala konflikter i informationssamhället”, pp.173-178 in: J. Gidlund and B. Lidström (eds.), Det elektroniska närsamhället, Stockholm: Kommundata förlag, 1986.

T. Söderqvist, “Klassamhälle i förvandling: en introduktion”, pp. 9-16 in: L. Berntsson, G. Skogh and T. Söderqvist (eds.), Klassamhälle i förvandling, Malmö: Liber, 1985.

¨T. Söderqvist, “På väg mot ett nytt informationsklassamhälle: makt-eller motretorik?”, pp. 154-162 in: L. Berntsson, G. Skogh and T. Söderqvist (eds.), Klassamhälle i förvandling, Malmö: Liber, 1985.

T. Söderqvist, “Forord”, pp. 5-9 in: T. Söderqvist (ed.), Informationssamfundet, Århus: Philosophia, 1985.

T. Söderqvist, “Informationssamfundets konfliktstruktur: fra makrosociologi til følelsesmæssig interaktion”, pp. 150-163 in: T. Söderqvist (ed.), Informationssamfundet, Århus: Philosophia, 1985.

T. Söderqvist, “Forskningsaktörer och andliga riken”, pp.50-56 in: J.-J. Jensen (ed.), Har vi den rigtige forskningspolitik?, Esbjerg: Sydjysk universitetsforlag, 1985.

T. Söderqvist, “Henrik Lundegårdh”, Svenskt biografiskt lexikon, vol.24: 256-60, 1983.

T. Söderqvist, “Den vetenskapliga makteliten: en chimär?”, in: A. Elzinga (ed.), Universitetet, sektoriseringen i FoU-systemet och policyanalytikernas roll, Gothenburg: Department of Theory of Science, University of Gothenburg (Report Series no. 76), 1983.

T. Söderqvist, “Økologisk samfundsplanlægning: intelligentsians klasseideologi”, Niche, vol. 3: 264-70, 1982.

T. Söderqvist, “Vetenskaplig samhällsplanering: intelligentsians särintresse”, pp. 107-115 in: S. Sjölander (ed.), Människans konstitution och samhällets utformning, Stockholm: Board of Swedish Research Councils (Report nr 41-S), 1981.

T. Söderqvist, “Intelligentsian som klass”, Zenit, nr 69: 28-38, 1981.

T. Söderqvist, “Systemekologin i Sverige”, Niche, vol. 2: 24-41, 1981.

C. Emmeche, K. Henriksen and T. Söderqvist, “Systemøkologien og den nye klasse”, Niche, vol. 2: 42-53, 1981. (pdf)

T. Söderqvist and B. Blombäck, “Evolutionary constancy of primary structure in an (“A)-chain fragment of fibrinogen”, Fed. Europ. Biochem. Soc., Letters, vol. 7: 321-323, 1970.

T. Söderqvist, “Evolutionen av thrombin-fibrinogen-reaktionen”, Nordisk medicin, vol. 85: 74, 1970.

T. Söderqvist and B. Blombäck, “Fibrinogen structure and evolution”, Naturwissenschaften, vol. 58: 16-23, 1971.

T. Söderqvist, “Observations on extra-cellular body wall structures in Crisia eburnea L.”, Atti Soc. It. Sc. Nat. e Museo Civ. St. Nat. Milano, vol.108: 115-18, 1968.