An anthropology of biomedicine

Margaret M Lock; Vinh-Kim Nguyen

2Introduction — Part I: technologies and bodies in context — 1. Biomedical technologies in practice — 2. The normal body — 3. Anthropologies of medicine — 4. Local biologies and human difference — Part II: the biological standard — 5. The right population — 6. Colonial disease and biological commensurability — 7. Grounds for comparison: biology and human experience — Part III: moral boundaries and human transformations — 8. Who owns the body? — The social life of organs — Kinship, infertility, and assisted reproduction — Part IV: elusive agents and moral disruptions — 11. The matter of self — 12. Genes as embodied risk — 13. Genomics, epigenomics, and uncertain futures — 14. Human difference revisited — Epilogue

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