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DES Daughters

Embodied Knowledge and the Transformation of Women’s Health Politics


In DES Daughters, Susan E. Bell recounts the experiences of this generation of "victims". In moving, heartfelt narratives, she presents the voices of those women who developed cancer, those who were cancer-free but have concerns about becoming pregnant, and those who suffered other medical and/or reproductive difficulties.


Book cover credit: Margaret Macdonald Mackintosh, The Heart of the Rose,

circa 1902. 97.8 cm × 100.3 cm. © The Glasgow School of Art Collection


Bowdoin Books


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Taken on April 15, 2012