Volume 22, Issue 2, Summer 2010

Table of Contents

The Politics and Rhetoric of Embodiment

Editorial Introduction: The Politics and Rhetorics of Embodiment

pp. vii-xi
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Pregnant Pause: On Ona Šimaitė, Research, Writing, and Motherhood

pp. 1-17
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The Intriguing History and Silences of Of Woman Born: Rereading Adrienne Rich Rhetorically to Better Understand the Contemporary Context

pp. 18-41
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The Inadvertent Alliance of Anthony Comstock and Margaret Sanger: Abortion, Freedom, and Class in Modern America

pp. 42-59
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The Genomic Revolution: Secrets of Life, Secrets of Death

pp. 60-79
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Giving 'Til It Hurts: Egg Donation and the Costs of Altruism

pp. 80-100
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Promoting Fetal Personhood: The Rhetorical and Legislative Strategies of the Pro-Life Movement after Planned Parenthood v. Casey

pp. 101-123
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Spreading the (Dis)ease: Gardasil and the Gendering of HPV

pp. 124-143
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Navigating Public Spaces: Gender, Race, and Body Privilege in Everyday Life

pp. 144-166
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Decoding the Sheela-na-gig

pp. 167-194
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Book Reviews

Margaret Sanger and the Origin of the Birth Control Movement, 1910-1930: The Concept of Women's Sexual Autonomy, and: Our Bodies, Our Crimes: The Policing of Women's Reproduction in America, and: The Infertility Treadmill: Feminist Ethics, Personal Choice, and the Use of Reproductive Technologies (review)

pp. 195-201
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Argentina: Stories for a Nation, and: The Woman in the Zoot Suit: Gender, Nationalism, and the Cultural Politics of Memory (review)

pp. 201-207
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The Judy Grahn Reader, and: A Human Eye: Essays on Art and Society, 1997-2008 (review)

pp. 207-212
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Mammy: A Century of Race, Gender, and Southern Memory, and: Babylon Girls: Black Women Performers and the Shaping of the Modern, and: Cuban Zarzuela: Performing Race and Gender on Havana's Lyric Stage (review)

pp. 213-217
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