Selected Publications

Weasel, L. (2022). How Neanderthals Became White: The Introgression of Race into Contemporary Human Evolutionary Genetics. The American Naturalist, 200(1), 129-139.

Haeffner, Melissa, Dana Hellman, Alida Cantor, Idowu Ajibade, Vinka Oyanedel-Craver, Maura Kelly, Laura Schifman, and Lisa Weasel. (2021) "Representation justice as a research agenda for socio-hydrology and water governance." Hydrological Sciences Journal 66, no. 11: 1611-1624.

Weasel, L. (2019). Cultivating Moral Imagination through Deliberative Pedagogy: Reframing Immigration Deliberation for Student Engagement Across Differences. A Response to "Deliberating Public Policy Issues with Adolescents: Classroom Dynamics and Sociocultural Considerations". Democracy and Education, 27(2), 6.

Weasel, Lisa. (2017). From Deliberative Democracy to Communicative Democracy in the Classroom: A Response to “Education for Deliberative Democracy.” Democracy

and Education 25(1):1-6.

Weasel, Lisa. (2016). Embodying Intersectionality: The Promise (and Peril) of Epigenetics for Feminist Science Studies. In Mattering: Feminism, Science and

Materialism. Ed. Victoria Pitts-Taylor. New York: NYU Press.

Weasel, Lisa and Liza Finkel. (2016). Deliberative Pedagogy in a Large, Non-majors Biology Course: Active Learning that Promotes Student Engagement with Science Policy and Research. Journal of College Science Teaching 45(4).

Morris, James, Lisa Weasel and Peter Moeck. (2015). Nanotechnology Courses for General Education, Proceedings of the 122nd American Society for Engineering

Education (ASEE) Annual Conference and Exposition, Seattle WA.

Morris, James, Lisa Weasel, Peter Moeck, and Juna Snow. (2014). Nanotechnology Courses for General Education. Proceedings of the 37th International Spring Seminar on

Electronics Technology (ISEE), Dresden, pp. 463-467.

Morris, James, Lisa Weasel, and Peter Moeck (2013) Comprehensive undergraduatenanotechnology education at Portland State University, Proceedings of the 2013 National Educators Workshop (NEW), Materials in Enabling Technologies: Defining the Future, November 3-5, 2013, Tulsa, OK

Weasel, Lisa. (2011). Conducting Research from the Ground Up: Using Feminist Methodologies to inform the Natural Sciences. International Review of Qualitative

Research 4:4, pp. 417-430.

Weasel, Lisa (2009). Food Fray: Inside the Controversy over Genetically Modified Food. New York: Amacom.

Jensen, Eric and Lisa Weasel. (2006). Abortion rhetoric in American news coverage of the human cloning debate. New Genetics and Society 25(3): 305-323.

Weasel, Lisa and Jensen, Eric. (2005) Language and Values in the Human Cloning Debate: A web-based survey of scientists and Christian fundamentalist Pastors. New

Genetics and Society 24(1):1-14.

Weasel, Lisa. (2004). Feminist Intersections in Science: Race, Gender and Sexuality through the Microscope. Hypatia 19(1):183-193.

Koyama, Emi and Lisa Weasel (2003). Von der sozialen Konstruktion zu sozialer Gerechtigkeit, Wie wir unsere Lehre zu Intersex veraendern. Die Philosophin 28: 79-89.

Weasel, L. (2002) The message beneath the meaning: The role of race in human cloning discourse. Fireweed Feminist Quarterly, volume 78: 6-16.

Koyama, Emi and Lisa Weasel. (2002). From Social Construction to Social Justice: Transforming How We Teach About Intersexuality. Women’s Studies Quarterly 30 (3- 4):


Mayberry, M., Subrumaniam, B., and Weasel, L. (Eds) (2001). Feminist Science Studies: A New Generation. New York & London: Routledge, 2001.

Weasel, Lisa. (2001) Laboratories without walls: The "science shop" as a model for feminist community science in action. in M. Mayberry, B.Subrumaniam and L. Weasel,

(Eds). Feminist Science Studies: A New Generation. Routledge, 2001.

Weasel, Lisa, Bautista, D. and Honrado, L. (2000) The forgotten few: Women and minorities in the physical sciences and engineering, Women's Studies Quarterly, 28: 251-


Weasel, Lisa. (2000). The cell in relation: An ecofeminist revision of cell and molecular biology. in I. Bartsch and M. Lederman, The Gender and Science Reader, Routledge 2000.