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  1. May 25,  · God's Laboratory is the perfect anthropological antidote to the fetishization of reproductive materials as 'life itself.' Roberts shows in meticulous detail and in luminous prose how Catholic scientists and technicians in Ecuador invite God into private IVF labs to 'bless the work' of producing crysatcicirrirec.mecderoketadedatcudawadingnorr.co by:
  2. May 24,  · God's Laboratory book. Read reviews from world’s largest community for readers. Assisted reproduction, with its test tubes, injections, and gamete donors /5(1).
  3. God’s Laboratory offers a grounded introduction to critical debates in medical anthropology and science studies, as well as a nuanced ethnography of the interplay between science, religion, race and history in the formation of Andean families. eISBN: .
  4. May 01,  · "God’s Laboratory is the perfect anthropological antidote to the fetishization of reproductive materials as 'life itself.' Roberts shows in meticulous detail and in luminous prose how Catholic scientists and technicians in Ecuador invite God into private IVF labs to ‘bless the work’ of producing embryos.
  5. “Bold and gripping, God’s Laboratory is ethnography at its best. The book’s unforgettable characters and their desperate travails to reproduce via global medicine are the very fabric of a highly-original and much-needed social theory for our twenty-first century technological societies.” - João Biehl, author of Vita: Life in a Zone of Social Abandonment"God’s Laboratory is the.
  6. God’s Laboratory offers a grounded introduction to critical debates in medical anthropology and science studies, as well as a nuanced ethnography of the interplay between science, religion, race and history in the formation of Andean families. Author Information. RobertsElizabeth F. S.
  7. God's Laboratory: Assisted Reproduction in the Andes. Roberts, Elizabeth F. S.. Berkeley: University of California Press, xxv + pp. CAROLE H. BROWNER. University of California, Los Angeles. Search for more papers by this author. CAROLE H. BROWNER.
  8. God’s Laboratory achieves much more than the title suggests: Roberts artfully explores not only religion but also race, class, gender, and subjectivity as they relate to reproduct ive politics.

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