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    Identity in Postgenomic Times: Epigenetic Knowledge and the Pursuit of Biological Origins.Sonja van Wichelen - 2022 - Science, Technology, and Human Values 47 (6):1131-1156.
    As genetic knowledge continues to strengthen notions of identity in Euro-American societies and beyond, epigenetic knowledge is intervening in these legitimation frameworks. I explore these interventions in the realm of assisted reproduction—including adoption, donor conception, and gestational surrogacy. The right to identity is protected legally in many states and receives due attention in public and private international law. Originating from the context of adoption, donor-conceived and surrogacy-born persons have recently demanded the same protections and focused on the right to genetic (...)
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    The Reproductive Bodies of Postgenomics.Jaya Keaney & Sonja van Wichelen - 2022 - Science, Technology, and Human Values 47 (6):1111-1130.
    In this Introduction, we present a collection of articles under the topic “the reproductive bodies of postgenomics.” Through individual and collective research, the articles explore—sociologically, ethnographically, and philosophically—how bioscience in the postgenomic age is changing our understanding of reproductive bodies, and more broadly, how it is challenging existing ideas of heredity, embodiment, kinship, and identity. Feminist and postcolonial theories of technoscience are at the heart of this collection, and our aim is to further biosocial thinking while being cognizant that practices (...)
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  3. More-than-human biopolitics.Sonja van Wichelen - 2020 - In Sherryl Vint (ed.), After the Human: Culture, Theory and Criticism in the 21st Century. New York, NY: Cambridge University Press.
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