Peer -reviewed journals
Gibbon, S. Kilshaw, S. and M. Sleeboom-Faulkner (in press) Genomics and Genetic Medicine: Pathways to Global Health? Introduction to special issue of Anthropology and Medicine.
2018. Kilshaw, S. (available online 2017) Qatari Intersections with Global Genetics Research and Discourse. Anthropology and Medicine.
2017. Kilshaw, S. Birds, meat, and babies: The multiple realities of fetuses in Qatar. Anthropology and Medicine24(2): 189-204.
2017. Kilshaw, S., Omar, N., Major, S., Mohsen, M., El Taher, F., Al Tamimi, H., Sole, K., and D. Miller Causal explanations of miscarriage amongst Qataris. BMC Pregnancy and Childbirth. 17(250): 1-12.
2016. Kilshaw, S., Miller, D. Al Tamimi, H., El-Taher, F., Mohsen, M., Omar, N., Major, S. and K. Sole. Calm vessels: Cultural expectations of Pregnant Women in Qatar. Anthropology of the Middle East 11(2): 39-59.
2015. Kilshaw, S., T. Al Raisi, F. Alshaban. Arranging marriage; negotiating risk: Genetics and society in Qatar. Anthropology & Medicine 22(1): 98-113.
2014. Kilshaw, S. Paternity Poisoned: The impact of war syndromes on fatherhood. Inhorn, M. and W. Chavkin (eds.) Globalized Fatherhood: Emergent Forms and Possibilities in the New Millennium. (Oxford: Berghahn)
2009. Kilshaw, S. Obligations to Veteran Informants: Contentious Research and Stakeholder Engagement. Anthropology News 50(5): 28-9.
2008. Kilshaw, S. Gulf War Syndrome: A reaction to psychiatry’s invasion of the military? Culture, Medicine and Psychiatry 32(2).
2007. Kilshaw, S. Toxic emissions: The role of semen in Gulf War Syndrome illness narratives. Anthropology and Medicine 14(3): 251-258
2006. Kilshaw, S. On being a Gulf veteran: an anthropological perspective. Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society B. 361 (1468): 697-706.
2004. Kilshaw, S. Friendly Fire: The Construction of Gulf War Syndrome Narratives. Anthropology and Medicine 11 (2): 149-160.
2004. Kilshaw, S. Gulf War Syndrome. Psychiatry 3 (8): 17-20.
2017. Kilshaw, S. "How culture shapes perceptions of miscarriage". Sapiens.
Chapters in Books
2014. Toxic soldiers: Chemicals and the bodies of soldiers. In Fleming, J. and A. Johnhson (eds). Toxic Airs: Chemical and Environmental Histories of the Atmosphere. (Pittsburg: University of Pittsburg Press)
2013. Kilshaw, S. Ethics in studying contested illness. In McClancy, J. (ed). Ethics in the Field. (Oxford: Berghahn).
2007. Kilshaw, S. Is GWS about more than the Gulf War? An anthropological approach to the illness” In Lee, H. and Jones, E. (eds). War and Health: Lessons from the Gulf War. Chichester: John Wiley & Sons.
2009. Kilshaw, S. Impotent Warriors: Gulf War Syndrome, Vulnerability and Masculinity (Oxford: Berghahn 2009).