Transcending Borders: Abortion in the Past and Present
Shannon Stettner (Editor) Katrina Ackerman (Editor)
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Description'Every body has its own feminism': Introducing Transcending Borders
Section One: Historical Examinations of Abortion
Abortion, Infanticide and a Return to the Gods: Politics of Pregnancy in Early Modern Japan
Unlocking the Mysterious Trunk: Nineteenth-Century American Criminal Abortion Narratives
'Impossible to get to know these secret means' - Colonial anxiety and the quest for controlling reproduction in 'German East Africa'
A 'grievously sinful attempt to destroy the life which God has given': Abortion, Anglicanism, and Debates about Community Composition in Twentieth-Century Zanzibar
Troubled Women: Abortion and Psychiatry in Sweden in the 1940s and 1950s
Section Two: Abortion Politics
'It is not your personal concern': Challenging Expertise in the Campaign to Legalize Abortion in France
Feminism, Foetocentrism and the Politics of Abortion Choice in 1970s Australia
We're All Feminists Now: How to Pass an Anti-Abortion Policy in Australia A Provider's Right to Choose: A Legal History
Abortion Politics in a State in Transition: Contesting South Africa's 'Choice Act'
Quiet Contestations of Irish Abortion Law: Abortion Politics in Flux?
Section 3: The Social and Discursive Spaces of Abortion
The Landscape of Unwanted Pregnancy and Abortion in Highland Bolivia, 1982-2010
Settler Colonialism, Native American Motherhood, and the Politics of Terminating Pregnancies
Revelation and Secrecy: Women's Social Networks and the Contraception-Abortion Process in Cameroon
The End of Feminist Abortion Counseling?: Examining Threats to Women's Health
The End of Feminist Abortion Counseling?: Examining Threats to Women's Health True Threats: Wanted Posters, Stalking, and the First Amendment
April 05, 2017
5.83 X 8.27 X 0.81 inches | 1.28 pounds
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About the Author
Shannon Stettner is Lecturer of Women's Studies at the University of Waterloo, Ontario, Canada. Katrina Ackerman is a Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council Postdoctoral Fellow at the University of Regina, Saskatchewan, Canada. Kristin Burnett is Associate Professor of Indigenous Learning and Coordinator of the Social Justice Studies graduate program at Lakehead University, Ontario, Canada. Travis Hay is a doctoral candidate in History at York University, Ontario, Canada.