• Title: Belonging in an Adopted World: Race, Identity, and Transnational Adoption (Chicago Series in Law and Society)
  • Author: Barbara Yngvesson
  • Released: 2010-06-15
  • Language: English
  • Pages: 264
  • ISBN: 0226964469
  • ISBN13: 978-0226964461
  • ASIN: 0226964469
Review "Brilliantly nuanced and beautifully written, Belonging in an Adopted World is ethnographically stunning. Barbara Yngvesson is an eloquent narrator, and her analysis will be clear and accessible to anyone ready to think afresh about citizenship and family life."


(Carol Greenhouse, Princeton University)

"Brilliantly nuanced and beautifully written, Belonging in an Adopted World is ethnographically stunning. Barbara Yngvesson is an eloquent narrator, and her analysis will be clear and accessible to anyone ready to think afresh about citizenship and family life."


(Eleana Kim Anthropological Quarterly 2011-11-10)

About the Author

Barbara Yngvesson is professor of anthropology at Hampshire College, the author or coauthor of two previous volumes, and an associate editor at American Anthropologist.

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