ABSTRACT

The Routledge Handbook of Feminist Bioethics is an outstanding resource for anyone with an interest in feminist bioethics, with chapters covering topics from justice and power to the climate crisis. Comprising forty-two chapters by emerging and established scholars, the volume is divided into six parts:

I Foundations of feminist bioethics

II Identity and identifications

III Science, technology and research

IV Health and social care

V Reproduction and making families

VI Widening the scope of feminist bioethics

The volume is essential reading for anyone with an interest in bioethics or feminist philosophy, and will prove an invaluable resource for scholars, teachers and advanced students

Chapters 2, 22, and 30 of this book will soon be freely available as downloadable Open Access PDFs under a Creative Commons Attribution-Non Commercial-No Derivatives 4.0 license at www.taylorfrancis.com

chapter |11 pages

Introduction

ByWendy A. Rogers, Jackie Leach Scully, Stacy M. Carter, Vikki A. Entwistle, Catherine Mills

part Part I|122 pages

Foundations of feminist bioethics

chapter 1|12 pages

Feminist bioethics

Where we've come from
ByHilde Lindemann

chapter 3|15 pages

Feminist epistemology

ByKatrina Hutchison

chapter 4|13 pages

Power and feminist bioethics

ByAgomoni Ganguli-Mitra

chapter 5|13 pages

Relational autonomy in feminist bioethics

ByNatalie Stoljar, Catriona Mackenzie

chapter 6|12 pages

Care and carers

Feminist perspectives
ByLisa Eckenwiler

chapter 7|14 pages

Vulnerability and feminist bioethics

ByFlorencia Luna

chapter 8|13 pages

Phenomenology and poststructuralism in feminist bioethics

ByCatherine Mills, Patrick McConville

chapter 9|12 pages

Embodiment

Contributions from feminist science and technology studies and feminist phenomenology
ByKristin Zeiler

part Part II|114 pages

Identities and identifications

chapter 10|14 pages

Narrative and identity

ByMary Jean Walker

chapter 11|16 pages

Gender

Ongoing debates and future directions
ByTereza Hendl, Tamara Kayali Browne

chapter 12|14 pages

Toward a queer feminist bioethics of sexuality

ByTiia Sudenkaarne

chapter 13|14 pages

Feminist bioethics and disability

ByJackie Leach Scully

chapter 14|13 pages

What makes an anti-racist feminist bioethics?

ByCamisha Russell

chapter 15|14 pages

Toward an anticolonial feminist bioethics

ByArianne Shahvisi

chapter 16|13 pages

Thinking with class in feminist bioethics

ByKatherine Jackson

chapter 17|14 pages

The other side of geographies and cultures

New roads to further globalizing feminist bioethics
ByJing-Bao Nie, Xiang Zou, Karen Thornber

part Part III|73 pages

Science, technology and research

chapter 18|14 pages

Women in research

Historical exclusion, current challenges and future trends
ByAngela Ballantyne

chapter 19|11 pages

Gender and science and technology

ByRachel A. Ankeny

chapter 20|15 pages

Genomic technologies

The need for a feminist approach
ByInmaculada de Melo-Martín

chapter 22|15 pages

Feminist bioethics and empirical research

ByStacy M. Carter, Vikki A. Entwistle
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part Part IV|125 pages

Health and social care

chapter 23|13 pages

Connecting philosophy of medicine with feminist bioethics

Health, illness and disease
ByRobyn Bluhm

chapter 24|13 pages

Toward a new model of aging

Feminist and critical disability contributions
ByMonique Lanoix

chapter 25|13 pages

Power and microaggressions in healthcare

ByHeather Stewart, Lauren Freeman

chapter 26|13 pages

Ethics, care and dependence in a global pandemic

BySusan Dodds

chapter 27|13 pages

Staying with the trouble

Ongoing contributions of feminist research to person-centeredness in healthcare
ByEmilie Dionne, Carolyn Ells

chapter 28|14 pages

Feminist mental health ethics

ByAmi Harbin

chapter 30|15 pages

Gender inequities in organ donation and transplantation

A feminist bioethics analysis
ByWendy A. Rogers
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part Part V|60 pages

Reproduction and making families

chapter 32|12 pages

The right to reproduce

ByCarolyn McLeod

chapter 33|13 pages

Women, assisted reproduction and the “natural”

ByRosamund Scott

chapter 34|10 pages

The surveillance of pregnant bodies in the age of digital health

Ethical dilemmas
ByAlexis Paton

chapter 35|15 pages

Exploitation and control of women's reproductive bodies

ByIlke Turkmendag

chapter 36|8 pages

Feminist approaches to family making

ByMarian Verkerk, Hilde Lindemann

part Part VI|79 pages

Widening the scope of feminist bioethics

chapter 37|11 pages

Women and the alt-right movement

ByTracy Llanera

chapter 38|14 pages

Labor migration, vulnerability and human trafficking

A feminist bioethical analysis
ByChristine Straehle

chapter 39|11 pages

Our (bio)ethical relations with nonhuman animals

ByJane Johnson

chapter 40|13 pages

Feminist contributions to climate change research, policy and ethics

ByBeth A. Bee, Clara M. Park

chapter 41|14 pages

Feminist global food ethics

ByMegan A. Dean

chapter 42|14 pages

Gender, health and public policy

ByLisa Schwartz, Rochelle Maurice