Gena Corea

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I n the 1980s, Margaret Atwood, Gena Corea, and other feminists imagined dystopias in which white women’s reproduction was valued and privileged and the reproduction of women of color was devalued and exploited. In The Handmaid’s Tale, published in 1985, Atwood envisioned the repressive Republic of Gilead, where handmaids were forced to serve as breeders(More)
This paper contrasts the ways in which the physician-scientist developing in vitro fertilization ("the king") sees the world and the way women experience it. It challenges the truth of what the king sees: i.e., that women have a desperate will to be mothers that must be fulfilled at all costs; that the way to make infertile women mothers is through the use(More)
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  • Pakistan development review
  • 1991
Addressing the Pakistani Society of Development Economists during its 7th Annual General Meeting, Gamani Corea discusses the prospects for international development in the decade of the 90s. Corea served as a chairman of the UN General Assembly's committee in charge of drafting a Strategy for the 90s. He explains that the Strategy begins against the(More)
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