Articles in peer-reviewed journals
Amuchastegui, M., Birch, K., & Kaltenbrunner, W. (forthcoming). The intersections between sociology and STS: A Big Data approach. Sociological Perspectives.
Kaltenbrunner, W., Birch, K., Amuchastegui, M., & van Leeuwen, T. (2022). Changing Publication Practices and the Typification of the Journal Article in Science & Technology Studies. Social Studies of Science. https://doi.org/10.1177/03063127221110623
Kaltenbrunner, W., Birch, K., & Amuchastegui, M. (2022). Editorial Work and the Peer Review Economy of STS Journals. Science, Technology, & Human Values, 47(4), 670–697.
Amuchastegui, M. (2019). Women and Children Only: María Teresa Saleme and the Feminization of Dentistry in Argentina. Journal of the History of Dentistry, 67(3), 125–134.
Refereed conference papers
Amuchastegui, M., Birch, K., & Kaltenbrunner, W. (2022, July 8). Commercial data analytics tools: Politico-economic, epistemic and ontological implications. EASST Conference, Madrid, Spain.
Kaltenbrunner, W., Birch, K., van Leeuwen, T., & Amuchastegui, M. (2021, Oct 8). “Peer review has always been a fucking nightmare”: Review and editorial practices in STS journals. 4S Conference, Toronto.
Amuchastegui, M. (2021, May 29). The Discovery of Binary Numeration: Leibniz, Caramuel, and the New World. CSHPS Annual Conference.
Amuchastegui, M. (2018, Sept 27). “María Teresa Saleme and Female Dentists of Argentina.” American Academy of the History of Dentistry. 67th Annual Meeting. Toronto.
Amuchastegui, M. (2018, Oct 13). “The ethics of crowdsourced knowledge: the case of online health reviews.” 2018 Liberal Arts & Sciences Interdisciplinary Conference. Humber College.
Amuchastegui, M. (forthcoming). Review of Logical Skills: Social-Historical Perspectives, edited by Julie Brumberg-Chaumont and Claude Rosental. Science and Technology Studies.