Body talk: Rhetoric, technology, reproduction

Lay, M. M., Gurak, L. Gravon,, C., & Mynti, C. (Eds.). (2000). Body talk: Rhetoric, technology, reproduction. Madison, WI: University of Wisconsin Press.

  • Lay, M., Gurak, L., Gravon, C., & Myntti, C. Introduction (pp. 3-26).
  • Herrle-Fanning, J. Figuring the reproductive woman: The construction of professional identity in eighteenth-century British midwifery texts (pp. 29-
  • Dixon, K. M. Minding the uterus: C.T. Javert and psychosomatic abortion (pp. 49-66).
  • Verbrugge, M. H. Gym periods and monthly periods: Concepts of menstruation in American physical education, 1900-1940 (pp. 67-97).
  • Diepenbrock , C. God willed it! Gynecology at the checkout stand: Reproductive technology in the women’s service magazine, 1977-1996 (pp. 98-124).
  • Condit, C. M. Women’s reproductive choices and the genetic model of medicine (pp. 125-141).
  • Shanner, L. Bodies, minds and failures: Images of women in infertility clinics (pp. 142-160).
  • Turney, L. The politics of language in surgical contraception (pp. 161
  • Georges, E., & Mitchell, L. M. Baby talk: The rhetorical production of maternal and fetal selves (pp. 184-206).
  • Britt, E. C. Medical insurance as bio-power: Law and the normalization of (in)fertility (pp. 207-225).
  • Lay, M. M. The legal status of direct-entry midwives in the United States: balancing tradition with modern medicine (pp. 226-243).
  • Sauer, B. Hot tomalley: Women’s bodies and environmental politics in the state of Maine (pp. 244-261).
  • Thompson, M. The construction of public health in FDA hearings on silicone breast implants.