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  Volume 38, Number 3, Summer 2007

Table of Contents

From: New Literary History

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Special Issue: Biocultures

"hymNext Project"

pp. 414-415
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Biocultures Manifesto

pp. 411-418
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Un-forgetting Asclepius: An Erotics of Illness

pp. 419-441
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On the Origin of Adaptations: Rethinking Fidelity Discourse and "Success"—Biologically

pp. 443-458
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The New Global Health Movement: Rx for the World?

pp. 459-477
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Things (Not) to Do with Breasts in Public: Maternal Embodiment and the Biocultural Politics of Infant Feeding

pp. 479-504
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Medical Racism and the Rhetoric of Exculpation: How Do Physicians Think about Race?

pp. 505-525
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Monsoon Cultures: Climate and Acculturation in Alexander Hamilton's A New Account of the East Indies

pp. 527-550
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The Problem of Empathy: Medicine and the Humanities

pp. 551-567
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Victorian Chimeras, or, What Literature Can Contribute to Genetics Policy Today

pp. 569-591
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The Bioculture of Caregiving: A Commentary on "Biocultures"

pp. 593-599
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Contributors

Contributors

pp. 601-602
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Books Received

Books Received

pp. 603-605
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Correction

Correction

p. iv
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Research Areas

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