Reproductive Politics and the Making of Modern India
Subjects (LCSH):Reproductive rights -- India -- History -- 19th century
Families -- India -- History -- 19th century
Marriage -- India -- History -- 19th century
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Publisher:University of Washington Press
Introduction -- Economies of Reproduction in an Age of Empire -- Fertility, Sovereignty, and the Global Color Line -- Feminism, National Development, and Transnational Family Planning -- Regulating Reproduction in the Era of the Planetary “Population Bomb” -- Heterosexuality and the Happy Family -- Epilogue.
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