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The paleodemographic measure of maternal mortality and a multifaceted approach to maternal health2019 Current anthropology 60 (1): 141-6
  • Clare McFadden
  • Marc F. Oxenham
H6 [CURRENT-]0011-3204
Refusing cesarean sections to protect fertile futures: Somali refugees, motherhood, and precarious migration2019 American ethnologist 46 (2): 190-201
  • Lucy Lowe
H6 [AMERICAN-]0094-0496Somali summary
Obstetric violence as reproductive governance in the Dominican Republic2019 Medical anthropology 38 (2): 123-36
  • Arachu Castro
  • Virginia Savage
H6/KGT [MEDICAL-]0145-9740in special issue 'Human rights and reproductive governance in transnational perspective'; Spanish summary
Regulating traditional Mexican midwifery: practices of control, strategies of resistance2019 Medical anthropology 38 (2): 137-51
  • Mounia El Kotni
H6/KGT [MEDICAL-]0145-9740in special issue 'Human rights and reproductive governance in transnational perspective'
Metrics of survival: post-abortion care and reprodctive rights in Senegal2019 Medical anthropology 38 (2): 152-66
  • Siri Suh
H6/KGT [MEDICAL-]0145-9740in special issue 'Human rights and reproductive governance in transnational perspective'
Realizing abortion rights at the margins of legality in Mexico2019 Medical anthropology 38 (2): 167-81
  • Elyse Ona Singer
H6/KGT [MEDICAL-]0145-9740in special issue 'Human rights and reproductive governance in transnational perspective'
Reproductive governance and the (re)definition of human rights in Poland2019 Medical anthropology 38 (2): 182-94
  • Joanna Mishtal
H6/KGT [MEDICAL-]0145-9740in special issue 'Human rights and reproductive governance in transnational perspective'
Embracing the obstetric imaginary: Chuukese women, migration, and stratified reproduction2019 Medical anthropology 38 (4): 342-55
  • Sarah A. Smith
H6/KGT [MEDICAL-]0145-9740
The serpent within: birth rituals and midwifery practices in pre-Hispanic and colonial Mesoamerican cultures2019 Ethnohistory 66 (4): 689-719
  • Gabrielle Vail
H6/KUB [ETHNOHISTORY-]0014-1801in thematic issue 'Mesoamerican experiences of illness and healing'
Prenatal rites in the Rirual of the Bacabs, a colonial Maya manuscript2019 Ethnohistory 66 (4): 721-44
  • Edber Dziz Yam
  • Timothy W. Knowlton
H6/KUB [ETHNOHISTORY-]0014-1801in thematic issue 'Mesoamerican experiences of illness and healing'
One day is not as good as another…at least not across the entire territory of Italy: an analysis of the differences in the daily distribution of births across Italian macro-regions, 1999–20162019 Genus 75: 1-14
  • Gabriele Ruiu
  • Giovanna Gonano
  • Marco Breschi
H6/HB [GENUS-]2035-5556
Reinforcing marginality? Maternal health interventions in rural Nicaragua2019 Anthropology and medicine 26 (1): 87-103
  • Birgit Kvernflaten
H6/KGT [BRITISH-]1364-8470
Between cut and consent: indigenous women's experiences of obstetric violence in Mexico2019 American Indian culture and research journal 42 (4): 21-41
  • Mounia El Kotni
H6/KUB [AMERICAN-]0161-6463
The mediation of childbirth: 'joyful' birthing and strategies of silencing on a Facebook discussion group2019 European journal of cultural studies 22 (5-6): 495-510
  • Ranjana Das
H6/KF [EUROPEAN-]1367-5494
Exchange relations and social change in rural Pakistan: rituals and ceremonies of childbirth, marriage and death2018 South Asia research 38 (2): 177-94
  • Muhammad A.Z. Mughal
H6/KWL [SOUTH-]0262-7280
Investigations of the relation between birth trauma and pelvic size in females from a medieval gravesite from Lübeck2018 Anthropologischer Anzeiger 75 (2): 141-53
  • Birgit Grosskopf
  • Friederike Jugert
  • Susanne Hummel
H6/HB [ANTHROPOLOGISCHER-]0003-5548
Stratified reproduction and obstetric violence in public services of reproductive health2018 Alteridades 28 (55): 87-98
  • Itzel Adriana Sosa Sánchez
H6/KF [ALTERIDADES-]0188-7017English summary
There is no place like home: imitation and the politics of recognition in Bolivian obstetric care2018 Medical anthropology quarterly (New Series) 32 (3): 404-24
  • Gabriela Elisa Morales
H6/KGT [MEDICAL-]0745-5194
Traditional birth attendants: insights from life histories2018 Oriental anthropologist 18 (1): 31-48
  • Aheshvari Naidu
  • Yonela Scina
*H6/KF [ORIENTAL-]0972-558X
Transforming obstetric fistula through concealment in Niger2018 Human organization 77 (3): 239-48
  • Alison Heller
H6/KF [APPLIED-]0018-7259
Absence and ambiguity: documenting the moment of birth in east Lombok, Indonesia2018 Anthropologica (New Series) 60 (1): 201-11
  • Leslie Butt
H6/KUB [ANTHROPOLOGICA N.S.-]0003-5459in thematic section 'Document/ation: power, interests, accountabilities'; French summary
Awareness of Janani Shishu Suraksha Karyaakram amongst the Pnar tribal women of Jaintia Hills district of Meghalaya2018 South Asian anthropologist 18 (2): 183-7
  • Roumi Deb
  • Soma Mondal
H6/KW [SOUTH-]0257-7348
Exploring biomedical, temporal, and embodied perspectives on the timing of birth in central Nepal2018 Himalaya: the journal of the Association for Nepal and Himalayan Studies 38 (2): 20-4
  • Jan Brunson
  • Suman Raj Tamrakar
H6/KWL [HIMALAYAN-]0891-4834
Haunting expectations of hospital births challenged by traditional midwives2018 Medical anthropology 37 (8): 674-87
  • Fouzieyha Towghi
H6/KGT [MEDICAL-]0145-9740in special issue 'Ghosts in the ward: health infrastructures and their hauntings'
‘Safe’, yet violent? Women’s experiences with obstetric violence during hospital births in rural northeast India2018 Culture, health & sexuality 20 (7): 815-29
  • Arima Mishra
  • Sreeparna Chattopadhyay
  • Suraj Jacob
H6/KGT [CULTURE-]1369-1058French and Spanish summaries
A global perinatal health indicator falters in Afghanistan2018 Medical anthropology 38 (3): 253-66
  • Michelle Anne Parsons
H6/KGT [MEDICAL-]0145-9740
Birthing matters in Portugal: introduction2018 Etnográfica: revista do Centro de Estudos de Antropologia Social 22 (3): 607-18
  • Anna Fedele
  • Joanne White
H6 [ETNOGRAFICA-]0873-6561in thematic section 'Birthing matters in Portugal: anthropological explorations'; English summary
“God was the first anaesthetist”: obstetrics and pain in Lisbon at the turn of the 20th century2018 Etnográfica: revista do Centro de Estudos de Antropologia Social 22 (3): 610-42
  • Francesca De Luca
H6 [ETNOGRAFICA-]0873-6561in thematic section 'Birthing matters in Portugal: anthropological explorations'; English summary
Reconcilable differences? Portuguese obstetricians’ and midwives’ contrasting perspectives on childbirth, and women’s birthing experiences2018 Etnográfica: revista do Centro de Estudos de Antropologia Social 22 (3): 643-68
  • Filipa Queirós
  • Joanna White
H6 [ETNOGRAFICA-]0873-6561in thematic section 'Birthing matters in Portugal: anthropological explorations'; English summary
Exploring the power of the written word: on hospital birth and the production of birth2018 Etnográfica: revista do Centro de Estudos de Antropologia Social 22 (3): 669-90
  • Elizabeth Pilar Challinor
H6 [ETNOGRAFICA-]0873-6561in thematic section 'Birthing matters in Portugal: anthropological explorations'; English summary
When homebirth "goes wrong": holistic mothers who end up giving birth in a Portuguese hospital2018 Etnográfica: revista do Centro de Estudos de Antropologia Social 22 (3): 691-714
  • Anna Fedele
H6 [ETNOGRAFICA-]0873-6561in thematic section 'Birthing matters in Portugal: anthropological explorations'; English summary
Do perceptions of their partners' childbearing desires affect young women's pregnancy risk? Further study of ambivalence2017 Population studies 71 (1): 101-16
  • Jennifer S. Barber
  • Paul Schulz
  • Warren B. Miller
H6/HB [POPULATION-]0032-4728
Embodied methodologies: challenges, reflections and strategies2017 Qualitative research 17 (1): 54-74
  • Rachelle Chadwick
H6 [QUALITATIVE-]1468-7941
Life form and form of life within an agentive configuration. A birth ritual among the Mixe of Oaxaca, Mexico2017 Current anthropology 58 (3): 360-80
  • Perig Pitrou
H6 [CURRENT-]0011-3204with comments and reply
"Who is to blame?" Perinatal death and cross-accusations in maternity in Rajasthan, India2017 L'Homme (223-224): 131-59
  • Clémence Jullien
H6 [HOMME-]0439-4216in special issue 'De la responsabilité; English summary
Transition in local birth practices in Mashobra block of inner Himalayas, Himachal Pradesh: assessing role and status of traditional birth attendants2017 Oriental anthropologist 17 (1): 171-83
  • A. K. Sinha
  • R. K. Pathak
  • Ratika Thakur
*H6/KF [ORIENTAL-]0972-558X
Trends in the age at reproductive transitions in the developing world: the role of education2017 Population studies 71 (2): 139-54
  • Ann K. Blanc
  • Barbara S. Mensch
  • John Bongaarts
H6/HB [POPULATION-]0032-4728
Ethics of life in the context of death: the emergence of ethical fields in HIV prevention2017 Africa 87 (3): 554-71
  • Astrid Bochow
H6/KY [AFRICA-]0001-9720in special section 'Ethical fields in Africa'; French summary
The science of choice: an introduction2017 Population studies 71 (Supplement 1): S1-13
  • Alexia Prskawetz
  • Anna Klabunde
  • Frans Willekens
  • Jakub Bijak
H6/HB [POPULATION-]0032-4728introduction to special issue 'The science of choice'
Pathways to adolescent childbearing among Kaqchikel women in Guatemala2017 Culture, health & sexuality 19 (10): 1149-64
  • Emily Lemon
  • Monique Hennink
  • Nely Amparo Can Saquic
H6/KGT [CULTURE-]1369-1058
From the "technician thing" to the "mental game": masculinity and U.S. homebirth2017 Medical anthropology quarterly (New Series) 31 (4): 464-80
  • April Driesslein
H6/KGT [MEDICAL-]0745-5194
Commodifying indigeneity: how the humanization of birth reinforces racialized inequality in Mexico2017 Medical anthropology quarterly (New Series) 31 (4): 499-518
  • Rosalyn Adeline Vega
H6/KGT [MEDICAL-]0745-5194
"The first intervention is leaving home": reasons for electing an out-of-hospital birth among Minnesotan mothers2017 Medical anthropology quarterly (New Series) 31 (4): 555-71
  • Helen Hazen
H6/KGT [MEDICAL-]0745-5194
Awareness of maternal health policies and birth preference practices among rural Khasi women of Umsaw Nongbri village, RiBhoi District, Meghalaya2017 South Asian anthropologist 17 (2): 157-62
  • Anil Kishore Sinha
  • Nutan Kumari Jha
  • Rajnish Kumar Singh
H6/KW [SOUTH-]0257-7348
La atención domiciliaria al parto en Andalucía. Visiones y versiones2017 Anthropos (St Augustin) 112 (2): 537-52
  • Serena Triuzzi
H6 [ANTHROPOS-]0257-9774English summary
Birth - the postpartum period regarding traditional applications of women in rural areas: the example Karaksi2017 Journal of folklore and literature 2: 179-96
  • Hatice Tambağ
  • Rabiye Erenoğlu
  • Rana Can
  • Şengül Akdeniz
1300-7491English summary
The gestation and birth of Huitzilopochtli in Mount Coatepetl: some mythical-obstetrical considerations2017 Estudios de cultura náhuatl 53: 7-53
  • Patrick Johansson K.
H6/KUL [ESTUDIOS-]0071-1675English summary
Representing magnitudes at birth2017 Annales de la Fondation Fyssen 32: 54-69
  • Maria Dolores De Hevia
*H6 [ANNALES-]0980-157Xalso in French
Folk remedies used in the Edo period to protect the lives of mothers and infants2016 Bulletin of the National Museum of Ethnology (Osaka) 40 (3): 459-83
  • Mikako Sawayama
H6 [OSAKA-]0385-180XEnglish summary
Wombs and tombs in the Roman world2016 Material religion 12 (2): 252-4
  • Emma-Jayne Graham
H6/KFO [MATERIAL-]1743-2200