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  1. (Re)Making Sex: A Praxiography of the Gender Clinic.J. R. Latham - 2017 - Feminist Theory 18 (2):177-204.
    This article traces the multiple enactments of sex in clinical practices of transgender medicine to argue against the presumed singularity of ‘transexuality’. Using autoethnography to analyse my own experience as a trans patient, I describe my clinical encounters with doctors, psychiatrists and surgeons in order to theorise sex as multiple. Following recent developments in science and technology studies that advance the work of Judith Butler on sex as performatively reproduced, I use a praxiographic approach to argue that treatment practices produce (...)
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  • May I Have Your Uterus? The Contribution of Considering Complexities Preceding Live Uterus Transplantation.Lisa Guntram - forthcoming - Medical Humanities:medhum-2020-011864.
    Uterus transplantation combined with in vitro fertilisation as a treatment for infertility caused by an absence or malfunction of the uterus is advancing. About 50 transplantations have been conducted worldwide and at least 14 children have been born—9 of them by women taking part in a Swedish research project on UTx-IVF. The Swedish research protocol initially stated that the potential recipient must ‘have her own donor’ who is preferably related to the recipient. But what does it mean to ask someone (...)
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