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This post is part of our blog series that announces the publication of selected new books in African American History and African Diaspora Studies.

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Professor Owens teaches courses on 19 th century U. History, African American history, and the history of medicine. Owens has written for both academic and public audiences.

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Her most recent popular pieces have appeared in RewireBlack Perspectivesand the Democratic Socialists of America blog. Professor Owens grew up in Washington, D. Currently, she is working on issues related to reproductive justice and anti-racism with community bondage moves in New York City and is finishing a podcast series with Teaching Tolerance and the Southern Poverty Law Center on how to teach U. Follow her on Twitter dbcthesis It is also no secret that these nineteenth-century gynecologists performed experimental caesarean sections, ovariotomies, and obstetric stulae repairs primarily on poor and powerless women.

Medical Bondage moves between southern plantations and northern urban centers to reveal how nineteenth-century American ideas about race, health, and status influenced doctor-patient relationships in sites of healing like slave cabins, medical colleges, and hospitals.

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It also retells the story of black enslaved women and of Irish immigrant women from the perspective of these exploited groups and thus restores for us a picture of their lives. Julie Hawks: Did you face any challenges conceiving of, researching, writing, revising, publishing, or promoting this book? If so, please share those challenges and how you overcame them? Deirdre Cooper Owens: The biggest challenge I faced was trying to eradicate all of the voices I absorbed from well-intentioned colleagues, editors, friends, writing group members, and former bondage moves who had competing ideas about how I was to write Medical Bondage.

Once I learned to trust myself, I found it difficult to isolate and amplify the voice of enslaved and Irish immigrant women whose bondage moves and experiences were contained within medical narratives written by white male doctors. Second, writing a comparative history that centers the medical lives of illiterate women who did not leave written records is an arduous undertaking.

Because of the interdisciplinary nature of these two fields I was able to read sources such as census records that pivoted my focus from gathering statistical data to asking whether babies were born during experimental trials. Doing so allowed me to reveal another facet of the social world of enslaved gynecological patients that called into question the bio-ethical world of antebellum era slave-owning doctors that was appropriate to time and space.

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In terms of revising and publishing, I took longer than some of my colleagues to complete my manuscript. I had three big moves, deaths in the family, and had to manage living in an overtly racist town that immobilized me. Once I was able to recover from that experience, take a yearlong sabbatical, and sponsor a writing retreat with trusted colleagues, I was on task and I was able to finish my book even earlier than I had planned. Julie Hawks is a Ph. Follow her on Twitter justjuliehawks. Share with a friend:.

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