Journal articles & book chapters

2023Slatman, J. (2023). Health Humanities. In: de Warren, N., Toadvine, T. (eds) Encyclopedia of Phenomenology. Springer, Cham. PDF
2023M.L. de Boer, M. Hendriks, E.J. Krahmer, J. Slatman, N. Bol (2023) Un-tracking menopause. How not using self-tracking technologies mediates women’s self-experiences in menopause. Health
2023De Boer, M.L. & Slatman, J. (2023) Producing ME/CFS. Epistemic injustice in Dutch newspapers. Social Epistemology. 37 (5); 592-609 Open access
2022Slatman, J. (2022) To hear one’s body. A phenomenological analysis of body awareness in health and illness. Chiasmi International. 24, p. 257-273
2022Groenevelt, I, De Haan, S., & Slatman, J. (2022). Doing bodies in YouTube videos about contested illness. Body & Society. 28(4): 28-52 PDF
2022I. Koebner, B. Bonilla, J. Slatman, M.S. Parry, (2022) The Analgesic Museum. Frontiers in Pain Research. doi: 10.3389/fpain.2022.1019632 Open access
2022Slatman, J. (2022). Toward a phenomenology of abnormality. In S. Bredlau and T. Welsh (Eds.).Normality, Abnormality, and Pathology in Merleau-Ponty. Albany NY: SUNY Press, p. 19-39 PDF
2022Bootsma, T.I., Schellekens, M.P.J., Van Woezik, R.A.M., Slatman, J., Van der Lee, M.L (2022) Using smartphone-based ecological momentary assessment and personalized feedback for patients with chronic cancer-related fatigue: A proof-of-concept study. Internet Interventions. Open access.
2022Marini, M., Monteiro, M., & Slatman, J. (2022). Multiplicity and ontological instability in nonhuman hearts. Saúde E Sociedade, 31(2). Open access.
2022Van Hout, F, Van Rooden, A, & Slatman, J. (2022) Chronicling the chronic: Narrating the meaninglessness of chronic pain. BMJ Medical Humanities. doi:10.1136/medhum-2021-012331. Epub ahead of print Open access
2022D.L. van Schalkwijk. J.W.M.G. Widdershoven, S. Elias-Smale, M. Hartzema-Meijer, B.L. den Oudsten, J. Slatman, P.M.C. Mommersteeg (2022). ShareHeart: a patient journey map of patients with ischemia with non-obstructive coronary artery disease based on qualitative research. Journal of Clinical Nursing. DOI: 10.1111/jocn.16409 PDF
2021Soloukey, S., Prins, A.W., Zwart, H. & Slatman, J. (2021) A response to “Living with a fragmented body”: a qualitative study on perceptions about body changes after a spinal cord injury. Spinal Cord. PDF
2021Bootsma, T.I, Schellekens, M, Van Woezik, R., Van der Lee, M., Slatman, J (2021) Navigating severe Chronic Cancer-Related Fatigue: An interpretative phenomenological analysis. Psychology and Health Open access
2021Slatman, J. (2021). Mobilizing the sense of “fat”: A phenomenological materialist approach. Human Studies. Open access
2021Slatman, J. (2021). Plastic Mortals and 21st century Healthcare. An introduction to philosophical anthropology. Maureen Sie & Bart Engelen (eds.) Second Thoughts First Introductions to Philosophy. Tilburg: Open Press TiU. DOI: 10.26116/secondthoughts-sie-engelen-openpresstiu-2021-slatman-1. PDF Also available as paperback
2021Bootsma, T.I., Schellekens, M.P.J., Van Woezik, R.A.M., Slatman, J., Van der Lee, M.L.(2021) Forming new habits and beliefs in the face of chronic cancer-related fatigue: An interpretative phenomenological study. Supportive Care in Cancer. Open access
2020Slatman, J. & van de Ven, I. (2020). Gut Feelings: Depression as an Embodied and Affective Phenomenon in Houellebecq’s Serotonin. BMJ Medical Humanities PDF
2019Slatman, J. (2019). The Körper-Leib distinction. In A. Murphy, G. Salamon & G. Weiss (Eds.) 50 Concepts for a Critical Phenomenology. Northwestern University Press, p. 203-209 PDF
2019Bootsma, T.I., Schellekens, M.P.J., Van Woezik, R.A.M., Van der Lee, M.L., Slatman, J. (2019). Experiencing and responding to Chronic Cancer-Related Fatigue: A meta-ethnography of qualitative research. Psycho-Oncology. PDF
2019Koncul, A. and Slatman, J. (2019). Rehab/ituation from a Phenomenological Perspective: The Case of Fencing for the Blind and Visually Impaired. Scandinavian Journal of Disability Research, 21(1), pp.67–77. DOI:  PDF
2019Eilenberger, H-G., Halsema, A. & Slatman, J. (2019). Age Difference in the Clinical Encounter: Intersectionality and Phenomenology. The American Journal of Bioethics-AJOB, 19(2): 32-34 PDF
2018M-C. Murano, J. Slatman & K. Zeiler. (2018) How socio-phenomenology of the body problematizes the ‘problem-oriented approach’ to growth hormone treatment. BMJ Medical Humanities. Online first:  doi:10.1136/medhum-2018-011548 PDF
2018M.L. de Boer, K. Zeiler & J. Slatman (2018). Sharing lives, sharing bodies: partners negotiating breast cancer experiences. Medicine, Healthcare and Philosophy,  PDF
2018AJM Cornelissen, SMH Tuinder, EM. Heuts, RWJ van der Hulst & J. Slatman (2018). What Does A Breast Feel Like? A Qualitative Study Among Healthy Women. BMC Women’s Health, 18: 82 Open access
2018Slatman, J. (2018). Reclaiming embodiment in medically unexplained symptoms. In K. Aho (ed.). Existential Medicine: Essays on Health and Illness. Rowman & Littlefield. p. 101-114 PDF
2018G. Yaron, A. Meershoek, G. Widdershoven & J. Slatman (2018). Recognizing Difference: In/visibility in the Everyday Lives of Individuals with Facial Limb Absence.Disability and Society. 33:5, 743-762 PDF
2018M.L. de Boer & J. Slatman (2018). The Mediated Breast: Technology, Agency, and Breast Cancer. Human Studies. Online first: PDF
2017A. Halsema & J. Slatman. The second-person perspective in narrative phenomenology. In. H. Fielding & D. Olkowski (eds.). Feminist Phenomenology Futures. Bloomington: Indiana University Press, p. 243-256 PDF
2017J. Slatman (2017). Biking like a boy. In Wegwiijs in STS/Knowing your way in STS. Maastricht: Maastricht University Science, Technology, Society Studies (MUSTS). P 47-50 PDF
2017G. Yaron, A. Meershoek, G. Widdershoven, M. van den Brekel & J. Slatman (2017). Facing a disruptive face: Embodiment in the everyday experiences of facially “disfigured” individuals. Human Studies PDF
2017G. Yaron, G. Widdershoven & J. Slatman. (2017). Recovering a Disfigured Face. Cosmesis in the Everyday Use of Facial Prostheses. Technè: Research in Philosophy and Technology. 21:1 (2017): 1–23 PDF
2016 J. Slatman, K. Zeiler & I. Devisch (2016). Can You Restore My “Own” Body? A Phenomenological Analysis of Relational Autonomy.  American Journal of Bioethics, 16(8), 18-20 Online
2016Van de Werff, T., J. Slatman & T. Swierstra (2016) Can We “Remedy” Neurohype, and Should We? Using Neurohype for Ethical Deliberation, AJOB Neuroscience, 7(2), 97-99 Online
 2016Slatman (2016) Is it possible to ‘incorporate’ a scar? Revisiting a basic concept in phenomenology. Human Studies. 39(3), 347-363PDF
2015T. Leunissen, Boer, R. van der Hulst & J. Slatman (2015) Exploring new dimensions in embodiment after implant based and autologous breast reconstruction. Journal of Plastic, Reconstructive and Aesthetic Surgery -JPRAS Open. Open access
2015J. Slatman (2015). Review of “The Body and Shame: Phenomenology, Feminism, and the Socially Shaped Body” Hypatia Review Online. Published online November 2015. PDF
2015M.L. de Boer, R. van der Hulst & J. Slatman (2015). The surprise of a breast reconstruction: A longitudinal phenomenological study to women’s expectations about reconstructive surgery. accepted for publication in Human Studies. 38 (3): 409-430 PDF
2015Slatman, J., A. Halsema & A. Meershoek (2015). Responding to scars after breast surgery. Qualitative Health Research. DOI: 10.1177/1049732315591146 Online
2015Slatman, J. & G. Widdershoven (2015). An Ethics of Embodiment: The Body as Object and Subject. In. D. Meacham (Ed). Medicine and Society. New Continental Perspectives. Dordrecht-Heidelberg-New York-London: Springer. p. 87-104 Download
2014Slatman, J. and Widdershoven, G. (2010). Hand Transplants and Bodily Integrity. Body & Society, 16 (3), 69-92. In A.M. Viens (ed.) (2014). The Right to Bodily Integrity. Asghate Online
2014De Boer, M & J. Slatman (2014). Blogging and breast cancer: Narrating one’s life, body and self on the Internet. Women’s Studies International Forum. 44: 17-25. Online
2014Slatman, J. (2014). Multiple dimensions of embodiment in medical practices. Medicine, Healthcare and Philosophy. 17(4), p. 549-557 Online
2014Slatman, J. & G. Yaron (2014). Towards A Phenomenology of Disfigurement. In K. Zeiller and L. Käll, Feminist Phenomenology and Medicine, Albany: SUNY Press: 223-240 Review Feminist Phenomenology Medicine Stoller
2013Moraal, M., Slatman, J., Pieters, A., Mert, A. and Widdershoven, G. (2013). A virtual rehabilitation program after amputation: a phenomenological exploration. Disability and Rehabilitation. Assistive Technology. Vol. 8, No. 6: 511-515. Online
2012Slatman, J. (2012). Phenomenology of Bodily Integrity in Disfiguring Breast Cancer, Hypathia, 27 (2): 281-300. Online
2012Slatman, J. (2012). L’aisthêsis et l’expression corporelle, in Emmanuel Alloa and Adnen Jdey (eds.). L’esthétique de Merleau-Ponty. Bruxelles, La Lettre Volée. Pp. 71-88
2011Slatman, J. (2011). The meaning of body experience evaluation in oncology. Health Care Analysis, Vol. 19, No. 4, pp. 295-311. Open access
2010Slatman, J., Halsema, A. and Widdershoven, G. (2010). Sex and Enhancement: a Phenomenological-Existential View, The American Journal of Bioethics, Vol. 10 (7), 20-22. Online
2010Slatman, J. and Widdershoven, G. (2010). Embodied Self-Identity in Neuro-Oncology: A Phenomenological Approach. The American Journal of Bioethics-Neuroscience. 1 (3), 12-13 Online
2010Slatman, J. and Widdershoven, G. (2010). Hand Transplants and Bodily Integrity. Body & Society, 16 (3), 69-92. Online
2009Slatman, J. (2009). Phenomenology of the Icon, in B. Flynn, W. Froman and R. Vallier (eds). Merleau-Ponty: Possibility for Philosophy in Our Day, State University of New York Press, Albany NY , pp. 197-220
2009Slatman, J. (2009). Transparent Bodies: Revealing the Myth of Interiority, in R. van de Vall & R. Zwijnenberg (eds.). The Body Within: Art, Medicine and Visualization, Brill, Leiden, pp. 107-122. PDF
2009Slatman, J. (2009). A Strange Hand: On Self-recognition and Recognition of Another. Phenomenology and the Cognitive Sciences, 8 (3), pp 321-342. Open access PDF
2009Slatman, J. and Widdershoven, G. (2009). Being Whole after Amputation, The American Journal of Bioethics, Vol. 9, No. 1, pp. 48-49 Online PDF
2007Slatman, J. (2007). Recognition beyond Narcissism. Imaging the Body’s Ownness and Strangeness. In: H. Fielding, G. Hiltmann, D. Olkowski, A. Reichold (Eds.). The Other. Feminist Reflections in Ethics, London, Palgrave, pp. 186-204. PDF
2005Slatman, J. (2005). The Sense of Life: Husserl and Merleau-Ponty on Touching and Being Touched, Chiasmi International, no 7, pp. 305-325 PDF
2004Slatman, J. (2004). L’imagerie du corps interne. Methodos, Savoirs et Texts, no. 4 “Penser le corps”, on line
2004Slatman, J. (2004). Frappé(e) par les flèches de saint Sébastien. Pour une phénoménologie non-eidétique. Esthétique et Herméneutique. La fin des Grands récits ? (Textes rassemblés par Jean-Claude Gens et Pierre Rodrigo), Dijon, Éditions Universitaires de Dijon, collections Écritures, pp. 27-42 PDF
2003Slatman, J. (2003). L’invisible dans le visible : vers une phénoménologie de l’eikôn, Merleau-Ponty aux frontières de l’invisible (Textes réunis par Marie Cariou, Renaud Barbaras et Etienne Bimbenet), Milano, Mimesis, pp. 231-247 PDF
2001Slatman, J. (2001). L’impensé de Descartes: Lecture des notes de cours sur ‘L’ontologie cartésienne et l’ontologie d’ajourd’hui’, Chiasmi International, 3, pp. 295-310. PDF
2001Slatman, J. (2001). Tele-vision: Between Blind Trust and Perceptual Faith, H. de Vries, S. Weber (eds.), Religion and Media, Stanford, Stanford University Press, pp. 216-226
2000Slatman, J. (2000). The Psychoanalysis of Nature and the Nature of Expression, Chiasmi International, 2, pp. 207-223.PDF
1997Slatman, J. (1997). The Explosion of Being, Brief, Visions and Voices of Otherness, ASCA Yearbook, Amsterdam, ASCA Press, pp. 147-151