Hollin, G. (Online first). Consider the woodpecker: The contested more-than-human ethics of biomimetic technology and traumatic brain injury. Social Studies of Science.


Hollin, G. (2021). ‘Learning to listen to them and ask the right questions.’ Bennet Omalu, scientific objectivities, and the witnessing of a concussion crisis. Frontiers in Sports and Active Living: (Research collection: Concussion and Sport: A Sociocultural Perspective), 3.


Hollin, G. (2020). Making a Murderer: Media renderings of brain injury and Aaron Hernandez as a medical and sporting subject. Social Science and Medicine


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In 2021, the All Party Parliamentary Group on Wrestling conducted an inquiry into the “the current status of British wrestling, the contribution the industry makes to Britain, and the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic on its success” (p.2) and my research into concussion is cited in that report. If you would like to read my full written submission to the inquiry, you can find it here.


If you’re interested in Greg’s output more generally (articles are normally about either autism or animals) then most are available for free from the h-commons website.