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Narrating Genetic Disabilities: Social Constructs, Medical Treatment, and Public Policy
From Omega to Mr. Adam: The Importance of Literature for Feminist Science Studies
Speaking Women's Bodies: A Conversation
Figuring Age: Women, Bodies, Generations
Read about the collection Figuring Age: Women, Bodies, Generations here.
Interspecies Reproduction: Xenogenic Desire and the Feminist Implications of Hybrids
Embryologies of Modernism
Fetal Subjects and Maternal Objects: Reproductive Technology and the New Fetal/Maternal Relation
Conflicting Scientific Feminisms: Charlotte Haldane and Naomi Mitchison
Read about the collection Natural Eloquence: Women Reinscribe Science here.
Afterword: Solution Three by Naomi Mitchison
Read about Solution Three here.
Reproducing the Posthuman Body: Ectogenetic Fetus, Surrogate Mother, Pregnant Man
Read about the collection Posthuman Bodies here.
Invisible Assistants or Lab Partners? Female Modernism and the Culture(s) of Modern Science
Read about the collection Rereading Modernism: New Directions in Feminist Criticism here.
Representing the Reproductive Body
The [Impregnable] Mother of All Battles: War, Reproduction, and Visualization Technology
Sexual Bio-politics in Man's World: The Writings of Charlotte Haldane
Read about the collection Rediscovering Forgotten Radicals: British Women Writers, 1889-1939 here.
Conceiving Difference: Reproductive Technology and the Construction of Identity in Two Contemporary Fictions
Read about the collection A Question of Identity: Women, Science, and Literature here.
Fetal Voices: Speaking for the Margins Within
Virginia Woolf and London: The Feminist Revision of Modernism
Read about the collection City Images: Perspectives from Literature, Philosophy, and Film here.
Rose Macaulay: An Introduction
Read about the collection The Gender of Modernism here.
Carnival and Funeral (From Virginia Woolf and London)
Read about Virginia Woolf's Mrs. Dalloway here.
The Modern City and the Construction of Female Desire: Wells's In the Days of the Comet and Robins's The Convert
Tradition and Revision in Woolf's Orlando: Defoe and "The Jessamy Brides"
Read about the collection where this article was reprinted, The Cambridge Companion to Virginia Woolf, here.