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Reflections on birth in times of coronavirus pandemic in Leticia, southern Colombian Amazon2021 Mundo Amazonico 12 (1): 139-50
  • Tania Yimara Martínez Forero
in special issue 'Reflexiones y perspectivas sobre la pandemia del COVID-19- Parte II'; English and Portuguese summaries
Re-examining norms of disrespect and abuse in the second stage of labor in Tanzanian maternity care2021 Medical anthropology 40 (4): 307-21
  • Adrienne E. Strong
  • Tara L. White
H6/KGT [MEDICAL-]1545-5882
Sexuality and childbirth: a qualitative analysis of women who had a waterbirth2021 Culture, health & sexuality 23 (7): 1006-13
  • Joyce Camargo
  • Ligia Catão
  • Lucia Cristina Silva
  • Manuela Nené
  • Maria Catarina Grande
  • Natalucia Araújo
  • Vicente Sarubbi Junior
H6/KGT [CULTURE-]1464-5351
Experiences as actors: labor pains in childbirth care in Germany2021 Medical anthropology 40 (5): 446-57
  • Annekatrin Skede
H6/KGT [MEDICAL-]1545-5882
“Everything in India happens by Jugaad”: Dai-mas in institutions in rural Rajasthan2021 Medical anthropology 40 (8): 703-17
  • Eva Lukšaitė
H6/KGT [MEDICAL-]1545-5882
Delivering and birth during COVID-19 in Uruguay2021 Alteridades (61): 51-65
  • Mariana Viera
  • Victoria Evia
H6/KF [ALTERIDADES-]0188-7017in special section 'Antropología médica latinoamericana: perspectivas sobre COVID-19'; with introduction by A V Morán-Pérez and V E Bertulio, 3-6; English summary
A shared life: childbirth, illness and death on the internet2021 Mana 27 (3): 1-30
  • Claudia Barcellos Rezende
  • Rachel Aisengart
  • Waleska de Araújo Aureliano
H6/KUL [MANA-]1678-4944English and Spanish summaries
“It’s like if all your ancestors and (their) energy were with you, pushing”. The energy agency in doulas and pregnant women circles2021 Etnografías Contemporáneas 7 (13): 178-97
  • Leila Abdala
2451-8050in thematic section 'Antropología de la diversidad religiosa'; English summary
Pregnancy, birth and the COVID-19 pandemic in the United States2020 Medical anthropology 39 (5): 413-27
  • David A. Schwartz
  • Kim Gutschow
  • Robbie Davis-Floyd
H6/KGT [MEDICAL-]0145-9740in special issue 'COVID-19 and other crises: on risk and repercussion'
Making women into protagonists: midwives reimagine the Mexican childbirth narrative2020 Medical anthropology 39 (6): 521-37
  • Lydia Z. Dixon
H6/KGT [MEDICAL-]0145-9740Spanish summary
Women’s experiences of fistula-related stigma in Uganda: a conceptual framework to inform stigma-reduction interventions2020 Culture, health & sexuality 22 (3): 352-67
  • Abner Korn
  • Alison M. El Ayadi
  • Hadija Nalubwama
  • Haruna Mwanje
  • Janet M. Turan
  • Josaphat Byamugisha
  • Justus K. Barageine
  • Lesterl Felicia
  • Othman Kakaire
  • Smrithi Sukumar
  • Suellen Miller
  • Susan Obore
H6/KGT [CULTURE-]1464-5351
Uses and meanings of the notion of nature in the model of “childbirth and physiological upbringing” in the city of Buenos Aires2020 Runa 41 (1): 149-66
  • María Jimena Mantilla
English and Portuguese summaries
Birthlore and childhood in archaic and modern European cultures: an introduction2020 Folklore (Tartu) 80: 7-10
  • Irina Sedakova
  • Nina Vlaskina
H6/KVT [FOLKLORE-]1406-0949introduction to special issue 'Birthlore and childhood'
Rituals of social legitimization in the Lithuanian childbirth customs system: traditions and innovations2020 Folklore (Tartu) 80: 11-34
  • Rasa Paukštytė-Šaknienė
H6/KVT [FOLKLORE-]1406-0949in special issue 'Birthlore and childhood'
Unlived life: the death and funeral of a child in Slavic traditional culture2020 Folklore (Tartu) 80: 47-68
  • Irina Sedakova
H6/KVT [FOLKLORE-]1406-0949in special issue 'Birthlore and childhood'
Child in the natal narratives of modern Ukrainian mothers: folkoric symbols and frequent motifs2020 Folklore (Tartu) 80: 69-96
  • Halyna Derkach
  • Oksana Labashchuk
  • Tetiana Reshetukha
H6/KVT [FOLKLORE-]1406-0949in special issue 'Birthlore and childhood'
"How I gave birth" (and why I am writing about it): women's narratives of first childbirth experiences from Internet publications2020 Folklore (Tartu) 80: 97-124
  • Natalia Gramatchikova
H6/KVT [FOLKLORE-]1406-0949in special issue 'Birthlore and childhood'
The birth of a child as experienced and narrated in the 1990s Finland2020 Folklore (Tartu) 80: 125-50
  • Lena Marander-Eklund
H6/KVT [FOLKLORE-]1406-0949in special issue 'Birthlore and childhood'
A local midwife or a doctor? Two systems of knowledge in birthing practices of Russian Old Believers2020 Folklore (Tartu) 80: 169-90
  • Natalia Dushakova
H6/KVT [FOLKLORE-]1406-0949in special issue 'Birthlore and childhood'
Worth the weight? Recent trends in obstetric practices, gestational age, and birth weight in the United States2020 Demography 57 (1): 99-121
  • Andrea M. Tilstra
  • Ryan K. Masters
Two decades of same-sex marriage in Sweden: a demographic account of developments in marriage, childbearing, and divorce2020 Demography 57 (1): 147-69
  • Gunnar Andersson
  • Martin Kolk
Population pyramids yield accurate estimates of total fertility rates2020 Demography 57 (1): 221-41
  • Carl P. Schmertmann
  • Mathew E. Hauer
Pathways to low fertility: 50 years of limitation, curtailment, and postponement of childbearing2020 Demography 57 (1): 267-96
  • Ian M. Timæus
  • Tom A. Moultrie
Ethnic violence and birth outcomes: evidence from exposure to the 1992 conflict in Kenya2020 Demography 57 (2): 423-44
  • Fredah Guantai
  • Yoko Kijima
Fertility history and biomarkers using prospective data: evidence from the 1958 national child development study2020 Demography 57 (2): 529-58
  • Emily M. Grundy
  • George B. Ploubidis
  • Maria Sironi
Transition of son preference: evidence from South Korea2020 Demography 57 (2): 627-52
  • Eleanor Jawon Choi
  • Jisoo Hwang
Understanding trends in the concentration of infant mortality among disadvantaged white and black mothers in the United States, 1983-2013: a decomposition analysis2020 Demography 57 (3): 979-1005
  • Liying Luo
  • Wen Fan
The dynamics of U.S. household economic circumstances around a birth2020 Demography 57 (4): 1271-96
  • Alexandra B. Stanczyk
Birthing from within: nature, technology, and self-making in Silicon Valley childbearing2020 Cultural anthropology 35 (4): 602-30
  • Andrea Ford
H6 [CULTURAL-]0886-7356
Sticky models. History as friction in obstetric education2020 Medicine Anthropology Theory 7 (1): 44-65
  • Anna Harris
  • John Nott
A stabilized maternal mortality rate estimator for biased skeletal samples2020 Anthropological Science 128 (3): 113-17
  • Britta Van Tiel
  • Clare McFadden
  • Marc F. Oxenham
A dangerous crutch or reliable option: the context of cesarean births on Isla Mujeres2020 Practicing anthropology 42 (2): 45-8
  • Liz Finnessy
qH6 [PRACTICING-]0888-4552
Interventive care: uncertainty, distributed agency, and cesarean section in a Zika virus epidemic2020 Medical anthropology quarterly (New Series) 35 (2): 266-84
  • K. Eliza Williamson
H6/KGT [MEDICAL-]0745-5194
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
Traveling companions: the burial of the placenta in Niger2019 African studies review 62 (2): 127-48
  • Barbara M. Cooper
*H6/KY [AFRICAN-]0002-0206in thematic section ‘Bodily practices and aesthetic rituals in twentieth- and twenty-first-century Africa’; French and Portuguese summaries
Food, blood, nutrients: on eating placenta and the limits of edibility2019 Food Culture and Society 22 (5): 639-56
  • Rachel Vaughn
H6/KF [FOOD-]1751-7443in special issue 'Edible feminisms: on commodities, wastes, and (un)intended consequences'
Climbing volcanoes: rereading pain in humanized childbirth2019 Mana 25 (2): 519-50
  • Fernanda Loureiro Silva
  • Jane Russo
  • Lilian K. Chazan
  • Marina Nucci
H6/KUL [MANA-]1678-4944English and Spanish summaries