restricted access   Volume 78, Number 3, Fall 2011

Table of Contents

The Body and the State: How the State Controls and Protects the Body, Part II

Endangered Scholars Worldwide

pp. v-xvi

Editor’s Introduction

p. xvii

Part I: W h o Has Rights to the Body?


pp. 687-691

Reproductive Entanglements: Body, State, and Culture in the Dys/Regulation of Child-Bearing

pp. 693-718

Healthcare Reform 2.0

pp. 719-730

Brain Injury and the Culture of Neglect: Musings on an Uncertain Future

pp. 731-746

Torture and the Dream of Reason

pp. 731-746

The Problem of the Body in Modern State Punishment

pp. 767-798

The Deep Time of the Dead

pp. 799-820

Part II: Buying and Selling the Body


pp. 823-827

Relational Markets and Justice Paradoxes

pp. 829-848

The Body of the Terrorist: Blood Libels, Bio-Piracy, and the Spoils of War at the Israeli Forensic Institute

pp. 849-886

Perversion and Forensic Science: Fraudulent Testimonies

pp. 887-906

Bodies of Data: Genomic Data and Bioscience Data Sharing

pp. 907-932

States of Contradiction: Twelve Ways to Do Nothing about Trafficking While Pretending To

pp. 933-948

The Competitive Logic of Global Clinical Trials

pp. 949-974

Property, Rights, and the Constitution of Contemporary Indian Biomedicine: Notes from the Gleevec Case

pp. 975-998

Notes on Contributors

pp. c3-c4