Table of contents for Bodies, commodities, and biotechnologies / Lesley A. Sharp.

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INTRODUCTION
	
I.	THE GOOD DEATH: Managing and Memorializing the Dead in the Realm of
	Organ Transfer in America
	Opening Reflections
	Managing the Clinically Dead in America
	The Unnamed Dead
	The Impossibility of Reciprocity
	Remembering the Dead in Medical Contexts
	Honoring the Nation's Dead
	Subversive Memorial Projects 
Loss and Longing
	Notes
	References Cited
II.	BODY COMMODITIES: The Medical Value of the Human Body and its Parts
	Marketing the Human Body
	Legal Aspects of the Human Body Trade in America
	The Privacy Mandate
	Protecting the Humanity of Human Bodies
	Between the Living and the Dead
	High Stakes Claims on Donor Bodies
	Genetic Sentiments
	
III.	HUMAN, MONKEY, MACHINE: The Brave New World of Human Hybridity
	The Baby and the Baboon
	Body Experiments
	The Scientific Desire for the Hybrid Human
	Celebrating the Monstrous in Laboratory Settings
	For the Love of the Pig
	The Dreams of Venture Capital
	Imagining the Hybrid Body
	Endings and New Beginnings
EPILOGUE: The Future of the Body Transformed
Notes
References Cited
Index

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:

Organs (Anatomy) -- Social aspects -- United States.
Transplantation of organs, tissues, etc. -- Social aspects -- United States.
Body, Human -- Social aspects -- United States.
Body, Human -- Symbolic aspects -- United States.