A comradely politics of gestational work

@article{Lewis2018ACP,
  title={A comradely politics of gestational work},
  author={Sophie A. Lewis},
  journal={Dialogues in Human Geography},
  year={2018},
  volume={8},
  pages={333 - 339}
}
In response to the four commentaries on ‘Cyborg uterine geography’, in which I argued normatively for reorganizing gestation on the basis of comradeliness, I grapple with three overlapping conceptual areas highlighted: the ethical and political affordances of the term ‘generosity’ in relation to care and pregnancy; the methodological question of bringing insights from the uterine field of ‘sympoeisis’ (‘making-with’, Haraway (2016) Staying with the Trouble: Making Kin in the Chthulucene. Durham… 

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