Challenging Choices: Canada's Population Control in the 1970s - McGill-Queen's/Associated Medical Services Studies in the History of Medicine, Health, and Society (Paperback)Erika Dyck (author), Maureen Lux (author)
Stay one step ahead and let us notify you when this item is next available to order
We will contact you when this item is next available to order.
Publisher: McGill-Queen's University Press
Number of pages: 240
Dimensions: 229 x 152 mm
"Challenging Choices moves the history of the abortion debates of the 1970s along in important ways -- both by considering reproductive justice as the critical paradigm and by foregrounding racialization, socioeconomic status, place, age, and gender in new ways." Mary-Ellen Kelm, Simon Fraser University
"Challenging Choices provides a rich and impressively diverse analysis of 1970s reproductive discourses in Canada. Its astutely nuanced interpretations benefit from authors Erika Dyck and Maureen Lux's expertise in the history of eugenics and Indigenous-government relations, respectively. The book constitutes a welcome contribution to the historiography on eugenics, deinstitutionalization, and disability as well as reproductive and Indigenous rights in Canada." Spontaneous Generations
You may also be interested in...
Would you like to proceed to the App store to download the Waterstones App?