The Question of Embodiment

An issue of: differences

The Question of Embodiment
Journal Issue Pages: 168 Volume 15, Number 3 Published: 2004 An issue of differences
This special issue of differences addresses the realization that "nature" and "nurture" are now seen to be inseparably and dynamically related in the determination of human cultural expression, rather than divided as previously thought. Contributors delve into this dynamic relationship, approaching it particularly from a feminist perspective.

Contributors. Anne Fausto-Sterling, Petra Kuppers, Jennifer Reardon, Gayle Salamon, Elizabeth A. Wilson


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1. Editor’s Note

2. Refashioning Race: DNA and the Politics of Health Care–Anne Fausto-Sterling

3. Decoding Race and Human Difference in an Age of Genomics–Jennifer Reardon

4. Gut Feminism–Elizabeth A. Wilson

5. The Bodily Ego and the Contested Domain of the Material–Gayle Salamon

6. Visions of Anatomy: Exhibitions and Dense Bodies–Petra Kuppers

7. Index

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ISBN Paperback: 978-0-8223-6639-3