Fall 2017 issue of IJFAB is out, with special section Remembering Anne Donchin
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If you have already received your paper copy of the new Fall 2017 issue of International Journal of Feminist Approaches to Bioethics (Vol 10 Iss 2), you will have noticed a new look. You may also have noticed that the journal’s international emphasis is reinforced by the graphic, which does not center the Americas but rather Africa, Asia, and Australia.

This issue also represents the beginning of the tenure of a new editorial team of Hilde Lindemann, Jamie Lindemann Nelson, Jackie Leach Scully, Robyn Bluhm, Katy Fulfer, and Kathryn Caras.  Caras has been IJFAB’s senior managing editor since 2014 when she retired from Indiana University Press, where she had been involved with IJFAB for its first eight years. Caras is an indispensable part of the history and success of the journal.

The Contents of the issue are sufficiently interesting that I post them here in full. Note how well they represent the breadth of issues which can benefit from feminist analysis in bioethics.

Volume 10, Number 2, Fall 2017

Table of Contents

From the Editors

pp. 1-3

Essay

Queering the Odds: The Case Against “Family Balancing”

pp. 4-30

Embracing Our Values: Ending the “Birth Wars” and Improving Women’s Satisfaction with Childbirth

pp. 31-41

Racing for Consent: A Feminist Relational Analysis of Informed Consent for Nondiagnostic Breast Cancer Research Biopsies

pp. 42-60

A Feminist Analysis of Anti-Obesity Campaigns: Manipulation, Oppression, and Autonomy

pp. 61-78

Fracking Women: A Feminist Critical Analysis of Hydraulic Fracturing in Pennsylvania

pp. 79-104

Female Genital Cutting (FGC): Who Defines Whose Culture as Unethical?

pp. 105-123

Remembering Anne Donchin

In Appreciation of Anne Donchin’s Life and Work

pp. 124-132

Does Reproductive Justice Demand Insurance Coverage for IVF?: Reflections on the Work of Anne Donchin

pp. 133-143

Commentary

Hierodulic Slavery: The Status of Kumari, the Living Goddess

pp. 144-153

Reviews

New Reproductive Technologies and Disembodiment: Feminist and Material Resolutions by Carla Lam (review)

pp. 154-159

Just Life: Bioethics and the Future of Sexual Difference ed. by Mary C. Rawlinson (review)

pp. 159-167

Vulnerability: New Essays in Ethics and Feminist Philosophy ed. by Catriona Mackenzie (review)

pp. 167-171

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