Abstract

abstract:

In this short essay, I contemplate the field of adoption scholarship via two questions posed to me by Emily Hipchen and Marina Fedosik. I first share some brief thoughts on the intersection of adoption scholarship with other areas of inquiry. I posit that adoption could—and should be—better integrated into the larger scholarship on families, including examinations of assisted reproduction. I then share some of the important adoption monographs that have influenced my own research and teaching on families, international adoption, surrogacy, and ART.

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Additional Information

ISSN
2574-2523
Print ISSN
1944-4990
Pages
pp. 39-41
Launched on MUSE
2021-07-18
Open Access
No
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