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Reproductive justice and sexual rights : transnational perspectives

Author: Tanya Saroj Bakhru
Publisher: New York, NY : Routledge, 2019.
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This book takes an intersectional, interdisciplinary, and transnational approach, presenting work that will provide the reader with a nuanced and in-depth understanding of the role of globalization in the sexual and reproductive lives of gendered bodies in the 21st century. Reproductive Justice and Sexual Rights: Transnational Perspectives draws on reproductive justice and transnational feminism as frameworks to  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Electronic books
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Reproductive justice and sexual rights.
New York, NY : Routledge, 2019
(DLC) 2019000113
(OCoLC)1082234895
Material Type: Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: Tanya Saroj Bakhru
ISBN: 9781315099408 1315099403 9781351582995 1351582992 9781351582988 1351582984 9781351583008 135158300X
OCLC Number: 1101422778
Description: 1 online resource.
Contents: COVER; HALF TITLE; TITLE PAGE; COPYRIGHT PAGE; TABLE OF CONTENTS; NOTES ON CONTRIBUTORS; ACKNOWLEDGMENTS; INTRODUCTION; Thinking Transnationally: Reproductive Justice in a Globalized Era; Bibliography; PART I: COLONIAL LEGACIES AND POST-COLONIAL CONDITIONS; Chapter 1 White Property Interests in Native Women's Reproductive Freedom: Slavery to Transracial Adoption; The Framework of Whiteness; Slavery: White Property Interests in Native Women's Bodies; Native and Black Entanglements Under Captivity; Native Codes in California: Retaining Property Interests in Native Women's Reproduction Stealing Indigenous Children: Boarding Schools, the Indian Adoption Project, and the Indian Placement ProgramChild Welfare: Native and Black Overrepresentation; "A Dog Shouldn't Live in Some of These Places": Moving Beyond Removal; Notes; Bibliography; Chapter 2 A Body Is a Body: The Embodied Politics of Women's Sexual and Reproductive Rights in Contemporary Irish Art and Culture; Historical Context; The Embodied Politics of Feminism; Illustrating Gendered Histories; Visualizing Resistance and Solidarity; Documenting Hidden Journeys; Conclusion; Notes; References Chapter 3 Population Discourse, Family Planning Policies, and Development in Colombia, 1960-1969The 1966 Policy and the Colombian Population Context; Population Discourse and Explaining the Population "Crisis"; Origins of the "Crisis": Diminished Death and Abundant Life; Stakes of the "Crisis": Peace and Prosperity; Latin America, Abortion, and Methodological Innovation; The 1966 Policy and Response; Objections from the Catholic Church and Conservative Senators; Government Response; The Absence of Women's Voices on Abortion; Notes; References PART II: THE STATE, THE LAW, AND SEXUAL AND REPRODUCTIVE JUSTICEChapter 4 Indigenous Reproductive Justice after Adoptive Couple v. Baby Girl (2013); From Reproductive Rights to Reproductive Justice; Legacies of Child Removal and the Case of Baby Veronica; Child Removal and the Case of Baby Veronica; Indigenous Reproductive Justice; Conclusion; Note; References; Chapter 5 Passing for Reproduction: How Lesbians in Taiwan Use Assisted Reproductive Technologies; Introduction; Queering Reproduction in Transition: From Demedicalization to Biomedicalization The Case of Taiwan: Restrictive Regulations and Vibrant Lesbian Parenting DesiresData and Methods; Queering Reproduction in a Prohibited Context: Lesbian Appropriation of ARTs in Taiwan; Passing for Reproduction Period (1990s to Early 2000s): Seeking Ways into the Existing Medical System; Self-Insemination \ Period (2006-2012): The Emerging Network of Self-Insemination and Its Limits; Cross-Border Reproductive Treatments Phase (Beginning Approximately 2012): The Co-IVF Practices of Lesbian Couples; Conclusion; Chapter 6 Abortion Rights and Human Rights in Mexico; Introduction
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This book takes an intersectional, interdisciplinary, and transnational approach, presenting work that will provide the reader with a nuanced and in-depth understanding of the role of globalization in the sexual and reproductive lives of gendered bodies in the 21st century. Reproductive Justice and Sexual Rights: Transnational Perspectives draws on reproductive justice and transnational feminism as frameworks to explore and make sense of the reproductive and sexual experiences of various groups of women and marginalized people around the world. Interactions between globalization, feminism, reproductive justice, and sexual rights are explored within human rights and transnational feminist paradigms. This book includes case studies from Mexico, Ireland, Uganda, Colombia, Taiwan, and the United States. The edited collection presented here is intended to provide academics and students with a challenging and thought-provoking look into sexual and reproductive health matters from across the globe. In this way, the work presented in this volume will help the reader understand their own reproductive and sexual experiences in a more nuanced and contextualized way that links individuals and communities to each other in a quest for justice and liberation.

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