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eBook Babies in Bottles: Twentieth-Century Visions of Reproductive Technology epub
  • ISBN: 0585020248
  • Genre: Medicine
  • Subcategory: Medicine
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The reproductive sciences, straddling agriculture, medicine and academic biology, had struggled for legitimacy in the early twentieth century, and approached human reproduction hesitantly and selectively.

The reproductive sciences, straddling agriculture, medicine and academic biology, had struggled for legitimacy in the early twentieth century, and approached human reproduction hesitantly and selectively, but by the late 1960s were increasingly established (Pfeffer, 1993; Oudshoorn, 1994; Marsh and Ronner, 1996; Clarke, 1998; Wilmot, 2007).

Babies in Bottles retrieves some of that history by analyzing the literary and popular science writings of Julian Huxley, . 3. Haldane, Charlotte Haldane, Aldous Huxley, and Naomi Mitchison - writings that include representations of reproductive technology from babies in bottles to surrogate mothers. It is to these images, fantasies, practices, and narratives of scientific intervention in reproduction that we must look if we want to understand what acts of ideological construction have been carried out, and are currently being performed, in the name of reproductive technology.

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