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Volume 3

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2012

MARINA FEDOSIK

Orphan and A Member of the Family: Disability and Secrecy in Narratives of Disrupted Eastern European Adoption

E. WAYNE CARP

A Revolutionary in the Making: Jean Paton and the Early Decades of Sealed Adoption Records, 1949–1977

KIMBERLY LEIGHTON

Addressing The Harms of Not Knowing One’s Heredity: Lessons from Genealogical Bewilderment

MARTHA SATZ

Letting the Genes Out of the Bottle: Should New Paradigms in Medicine Lead Us to New Paradigms in Adoption?

MARIANNE NOVY

New Territory: Memoirs of Meeting Original Family by Seven Adopted American Women

ALICE DIVER

Conceptualizing the “Right” to Avoid Origin Deprivation: International Law and Domestic Implementation

Tribute to Betty Jean Lifton (1926–2010)

MARYANNE COHEN

A Poem for B. J. Lifton

Reviews

TOBIAS HÜBINETTE

Eleana J. Kim’s Adopted Territory: Transnational Korean Adoptees and the Politics of Belonging, and Barbara Yngvesson’s Belonging in an Adopted World: Race, Identity, and Transnational Adoption

MARK JERNG

David L. Eng’s The Feeling of Kinship: Quiet Liberalism and the Racialization of Intimacy

MARTHA SATZ

Cynthia Callahan’s Kin of Another Kind: Transracial Adoption in American Literature

MARINA FEDOSIK

Mark Jerng’s Claiming Others: Transracial Adoption and National Belonging