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Volume 2

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2009 Special Issue:  Encountering New Worlds of Adoption, Guest Editor:  Marianne Novy

SUSAN BORDO

Will The “Real” Parent(s)(s)(s)(s) Please Step Forward?: Beyond Our Fears and Fantasies About Open Adoption

MARGARET HOMANS

“The Mother Who Isn’t One”:  New Stories by Birthmothers

JANET ELLERBY

The Happy-Ending Myth:  Juno Re-embroiders the Scarlet A

SALLY HASLANGER

Family, Ancestry and Self:  What is the Moral Significance of Biological Ties?

ELLEN HERMAN

Numbers as Narratives:  Quantification and the Growth of the Adoption Research Industry in the United States

MARIAN QUARTLY, KATE MURPHY, & DENISE CUTHBERT

Political Representations of Adoptions in Australia, 2005–2007

ALLISON VARZALLY

Vietnamese Adoptions and the Politics of Atonement

LORI DELALE-O’CONNOR

Learning to Be Me:  The Role of Adoptee Culture Camps in Teaching Adopted Children Their Birth Culture

ELISE PRÉBIN

Looking for “Lost” Children in South Korea

Reviews

KAREN DUBINSKY

Ellen Herman’s Kinship by Design:  A History of Adoption in the Modern United States

JILL R. DEANS

The third edition of Betty Jean Lifton’s Lost and Found:  The Adoption Experience