Publications

Klinenberg, Eric, & Sherman, Melina. (2021). Face Mask Face-Offs: Culture and Conflict in the Covid-19 Pandemic. Public Culture. 

Sherman, Melina. (2020). The Enterprising Faithful: Evangelicalism and Neoliberalism in Brazil. Submitted.

Sherman, Melina. (2020). #HappyByNature: The Colonial Logics of Nation Branding in Brazil. Submitted.

Sherman, Melina. (2020). Trump and the Tropics: Notes on Neoconservatism and the U.S.-Brazil Connection. Submitted.

Sherman, Melina. (2020). How We Hurt: Culture, Markets, and Pain in the U.S. Opioid Epidemic. Forthcoming.

Sherman, Melina. (2017). Branding Pain Relief: Neoliberal Governance and the Restoration of the Self. Communication, Culture, Critique, 10(4), 593-608.

Sherman, Melina. (2017). Opiates for the Masses: Constructing a Market for Prescription (Pain)killers. Journal of Cultural Economy, 1-13.

Sherman, Melina. (2017). Addicted. Pregnant. Poor., by Kelly Knight. Medicine, Anthropology, Theory.

Glabau, Danya, Fiereck, Kirk, & Sherman, Melina. (2017). Biofinance: Speculation, Risk, Debt, and Value from Bios. Somatosphere.

Sherman, Melina. (2015). The Cultural Production of a Pharmaceutical Market: The Making of ADHD. International Journal ofCommunication, 9, 1-20.

Sherman, Melina. (2015). Chronic Youth: Disability, Sexuality, and U.S. Media Cultures of Rehabilitation by Julie Passanante Elman. International Journal of Communication, 9, 8-10.

Sherman, Melina. (2014). Venture Labor: Work and the Burden of Risk in Innovative Industries, by Gina Neff. International Journal of Communication, 8, 8-10.