- Title Pages
- Part I Defining Reproduction: Law, Strangers, Family, Kin
- Chapter 1 The Movement of Children for International Adoption
- Chapter 2 International Adoption
- Chapter 3 The Social Temporalities of Adoption and the Limits of Plenary Adoption
- Chapter 4 The Desire for Parenthood among Lesbians and Gay Men
- Chapter 5 Refiguring Kinship in the Space of Adoption
- Chapter 6 The Transnational Adoption of a Related Child in Québec, Canada
- Part II Perspectives from Sending Countries
- Chapter 7 Baby-Bearing Storks
- Chapter 8 Transnational Connections and Dissenting Views
- Chapter 9 International Adoption in Russia
- Chapter 10 The Medicalization of Adoption in and from Peru
- Chapter 11 Children, Individuality, Family
- Part III Experiences in Receiving Countries
- Chapter 12 “We Do Not Have Immigrant Children at This School, We Just Have Children Adopted from Abroad”
- Chapter 13 Routes to the Roots
- Chapter 14 Return Journeys and the Search for Roots
- Chapter 15 Mothers for Others
- Chapter 16 Seeking Sisters
- About the Contributors
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