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Gender and the Origins of American Gynecology - Modern gynecological

Write an ending to the attached story. Then address these questions: What was your thought process in writing this ending? What did you hope to achieve? What voice were you trying to make heard? B. In Medical Bondage: Race, Gender and the Origins of American Gynecology, Deirdre Cooper-Owens casts disturbing new light on the birth of the gynecological field.

Using a wide variety of documents, oral narratives, and other elements of the historical record, Cooper-Owens tells the fascinating story of how enslaved African American women and Irish immigrants contributed to our modern gynecological understanding, both as trained practitioners and as experimental patients. Why might a slaveholder consent to gynecological treatment for his slaves? What does the decision-making process look like for a slave owner who might be having sex with an enslaved woman?

Write an ending to the attached story. Then address these questions: What was your thought process in writing this ending? What did you hope to achieve? What voice were you trying to make heard? B. In Medical Bondage: Race, Gender and the Origins of American Gynecology, Deirdre Cooper-Owens casts disturbing new light on the birth of the gynecological field.

Using a wide variety of documents, oral narratives, and other elements of the historical record, Cooper-Owens tells the fascinating story of how enslaved African American women and Irish immigrants contributed to our modern gynecological understanding, both as trained practitioners and as experimental patients.

Why might a slaveholder consent to gynecological treatment for his slaves? What does the decision-making process look like for a slave owner who might be having sex with an enslaved woman?

Gender and the Origins of American Gynecology - Modern gynecological

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