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Introduction: Ambiguities and Navigations
Susie Kilshaw

Chapter 1. Does Twenty-First-Century Technology Change the Experience of Early Pregnancy and Miscarriage?
Pedro Melo and Ingrid Granne

Chapter 2. The Meanings of Miscarriage in Twentieth-Century Britain
Rosemary Elliot

Chapter 3. Alleviating the Ambiguities Around Miscarriage: Discursive Tactics in Cameroon and Romania
Erica van der Sijpt

Chapter 4. Some Babies Cannot be Stopped from Falling: Miscarriage in Pakistani Punjab
Kaveri Qureshi

Chapter 5. God’s Design; Thwarted Plans: Women’s Experience of Miscarriage in Qatar and England
Susie Kilshaw

Chapter 6. ‘It Felt like the Longest Time of my Life’: Using Foetal Dopplers at Home to Manage Anxiety about Miscarriage
Aimee Middlemiss

Chapter 7. Miscarriages and its Resulting Losses during Commercial Surrogacy in India
Sayani Mitra

Chapter 8. Unwitnessed Ceremonies: Funeral Services for Pre-24-Week Pregnancy Losses in England
Karolina Kuberska

Susie Kilshaw


Navigating Miscarriage

Social, Medical and Conceptual Perspectives

Edited by Susie Kilshaw and Katie Borg

252 pages, bibliog., index

ISBN  978-1-78920-663-0 Hb Published (March 2020)

eISBN 978-1-78920-664-7 eBook