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About the Author
Matthew Johnson is a Lecturer and British Academy Postdoctoral Fellow in Politics, Philosophy and Religion at the University of Lancaster, UK. He is interested in the evaluation of culture and the effect of forms of intervention on wellbeing. He has authored Evaluating Culture and edited The Legacy of Marxism.
Megan O’Branski is a PhD student in Politics at Newcastle University, UK.
Table of Contents
Introduction Matthew Johnson and Megan O’Branski 1. Robert Van Howe 2. Reply Susan Mendus and Martyn Griffin 3. Promoting Genital Autonomy by Exploring Commonalities between Male, Female, Intersex, and Cosmetic Female Genital Cutting Steven Svoboda 4. Reply Sara Johnsdotter 5. Critiquing Circumcision: In Search of A New Paradigm for Conceptualizing Genital Modification Zachary T Androus 6. Reply Jennifer Coffman 7. New Lives for Old: Modernity, Biomedicine, Traditional Culture and HIV prevention in Lesotho Nicola Bulled 8. Reply Louise Vincent 9. The Production of Sexual Mutilation among Muslim Women in Cairo Maria Malmstrom 10. Reply Debra DeLaet 11. Symposium on German Court ruling on circumcision: Thinking about Infant Male Circumcision after the Cologne Court Decision Geoffrey Brahm Levey, Ayelet Banai, Aziz Sheikh, Maria Kristiansen and Richard Shweder 12. Review symposium on The New Politics of Male Circumcision: HIV/AIDS, Health Law and Social Justice Marie Fox and Michael Thomson 13. Reviews Richard Mullender, Sydney Calkin, Sander L. Gilman 14. Reply Marie Fox and Michael Thomson