Book Chapters

In Press:

  1. Inhorn, Marcia C. (2017) “Fertility, Demography, and Masculinities in Arab Families: From 1950 to 2015 and Beyond.” Invited Chapter in Arab Family Studies: Critical Reviews, Suad Joseph. Doha: Doha International Family Institute.
  2. Inhorn, Marcia C.(2017) “Wanted Babies, Excess Fetuses: The Middle East’s In Vitro Fertilization, High-order Multiple Pregnancy, Fetal Reduction Nexus.” In Emerging Reproductive Health Technologies in the Middle East and North Africa, Lisa L. Wynn and Angel Foster. Nashville, TN: Vanderbilt University Press.

Published:

  1. Inhorn, Marcia C. (2017) “The Egg Freezing Revolution? Gender, Technology, and Fertility Preservation in the Twenty-First Century.” In Emerging Trends in the Social and Behavioral Sciences, eds. Robert Scott and Marlis Buchmann. New York: WIley.
  2. Smith, Sara, and Marcia C. Inhorn (2016) “Emergent Masculinities, Men’s Health, and the Movember Movement.” In Gender and Health Handbook, Jasmine eds. Gideon and Marianna Leite, pp.436-454. London: Edward Elgar.
  3. Inhorn, Marcia C. (2016) “Multiculturalism in Muslim America? The Case of Health Disparities and Discrimination in ‘Arab Detroit,’ Michigan.” In New Horizons of Muslim Diaspora in North America and Europe. ed. Moha Ennaji. pp.177-187. London: Palgrave MacMillan.
  4. Newman, Jessica, and Marcia C. Inhorn, (2015) “Medical Anthropology of the Middle East and North Africa,” Invited Chapter in The Anthropology of the Middle East,  Soraya Altorki. pp. 207-232. New York: Wiley-Blackwell.
  5. Bharadwaj, Aditya, and Marcia C. Inhorn. (2015)Conceiving Life and Death: Stem Cell Technologies and Assisted Conception in India and the Middle East.” In The Anthropology of Living and Dying, eds. Clara Han and Veena Das. pp. 67-82. New York: Wiley-Blackwell.
  6. Inhorn, Marcia C. (2015) Introduction: New Reproductive Technologies in Islamic Local Moral Worlds” In Assisted Reproductive Technologies in the Third Phase: Global Encounters and Emerging Moral Worlds, Kate Hampshire and Bob Simpson. pp. 20-29. New York: Berghahn.
  7. Gurtin, Zeynep, Marcia C. Inhorn, and Soraya Tremayne (2015) “Islam and Assisted Reproduction in the Middle East: Comparing ‘Secular’ Turkey, Shia Iran, and the Sunni Arab World.” In The Changing World Religion Map: Sacred Places, Identities, Practices and Politics,  Stanley D. Brunn, Springer.
  8. Inhorn, Marcia C. (2014) “Middle Eastern Masculinities in the Age of Assisted Reproductive Technologies,” In Everyday Life in the Middle East,2nd ed., eds. Evelyn Early, Donna Lee Bowen, and Becky Schulthies, pp. 143-150. Bloomington: Indiana University Press.
  9. Inhorn, Marcia C.(2014) New Arab Fatherhood: Emergent Masculinities, Male Infertility, and Assisted Reproduction.” In  Globalized Fatherhood,  Marcia C. Inhorn, Wendy Chavkin, and Jose-Alberto Navarro, pp. 243-263. New York: Berghahn.
  10. Inhorn, Marcia C.Wendy Chavkin, and Jose-Alberto Navarro (2014) “Introduction—Globalized Fatherhood: Emergent Forms and Possibilities in the New Millennium.” In Globalized Fatherhood,  Marcia C. Inhorn, Wendy Chavkin, and Jose-Alberto Navarro, pp. 1-28. New York: Berghahn.
  11. Patrizio, Pasquale, and Marcia C. Inhorn(2013) “Ethical Dilemma in Infertility.” In Medical & Surgical Management of Male Infertility, Botros R.M.B. Rizk, Nabil Aziz, Ashoke Agarwal, and Edmund Sabanegh, Jr., pp. 305-12. New Delhi: Jaypee Brothers Medical Publishers Ltd.
  12. Inhorn, Marcia C.(2012) “Diasporic Dreaming: Return Reproductive Tourism to the Middle East.” In Transforming Ethnographic Knowledge, eds, Kamari Clarke and Rebecca Hardin, pp. 113-133. Madison: University of Wisconsin Press.
  13. Inhorn, Marcia C., and Emily A. Wentzell (2012) “Medical Anthropology at the Intersections.” In Medical Anthropology at the Intersections: Histories, Activisms, Futures, eds. Marcia C. Inhorn and Emily A. Wentzell, pp. 1-20. Durham, NC: Duke University Press.
  14. Tremayne, Soraya, and Marcia C. Inhorn (2012) “Introduction: Islam and Assisted Reproductive Technologies.” In Islam and Assisted Reproductive Technologies: Sunni and Shia Perspectives,  Marcia C. Inhorn and Soraya Tremayne, pp. 1-21. New York: Berghahn.
  15. Inhorn, Marcia C.,Pasquale Patrizio, and Gamal I. Serour (2012) “Third-Party Reproductive Assistance around the Mediterranean: Comparing Sunni Egypt, Catholic Italy, and Multisectarian Lebanon.” In Islam and Assisted Reproductive Technologies: Sunni and Shia Perspectives,  Marcia C. Inhorn and Soraya Tremayne, pp. 223-260. New York: Berghahn.
  16. Inhorn, Marcia C.(2012) “Diasporic Sexuality: From Condom Ambivalence to ICSI Quests in Lebanon.” In Technologies of Sexuality, Identity and Sexual Health, ed. Lenore Manderson. pp. 307-319. New York: Routledge.
  17. Inhorn, Marcia C. (2012) “Globalization and Gametes: Reproductive Tourism, Islamic Bioethics, and Middle Eastern Modernity.” In Reproductive Technologies as Global Form: Ethnographies of Knowledge, Practices, and Transnational Encounters, eds. Michi Knecht, Stefan Beck, and Maren Klotz. Berlin: Campus Verlag.
  18. Inhorn, Marcia C.(2011) “Snapshot: Human Health Consequences of War in Iraq.” In Life and Death Matters: Human Rights, Environment, and Social Justice, 2nd ed, ed. Barbara Rose Johnston.  pp. 351-356. New York: Left Coast Press.
  19. Wentzell, Emily, and Marcia C. Inhorn(2011) “The Male Reproductive Body: Reproducing Masculinities through Sexual/Reproductive Medicine in the Middle East and Mexico.”  In Companion to the Anthropology of Bodies/Embodiments, ed. Fran Mascia-Lees. pp. 307-319. New York: Wiley-Blackwell.
  20. Inhorn, Marcia C., and Pasquale Patrizio(2011) “ART Practice and Tourism.” In Ethical and Legal Aspects of ART, Joseph G. Schenker, ed., pp 257-67, New York: Walter de Gruyter.
  21. Inhorn, Marcia C.(2010) “Globalization and Gametes: Islam, Assisted Reproductive Technologies, and the Middle Eastern State.” In Reproduction, Globalization, and the State, eds. Carole H. Browner and Carolyn F. Sargent, pp. 126-138. Durham, NC: Duke University Press.
  22. Inhorn, Marcia C. (2010) “’Assisted’ Reproduction in Global Dubai: Reproductive Tourists and Their Helpers.” In The Globalization of Motherhood: Deconstructions and Reconstructions of Biology and Care, eds. Wendy Chavkin and JaneMaree Maher, pp. 180-202.  New York: Routledge Press.
  23. Inhorn, Marcia C., and Daphna Birenbaum-Carmeli (2010) “Male Infertility, Chronicity, and the Plight of Palestinian Men in Israel and Lebanon.” In Chronic Conditions, Fluid States: Globalization and the Anthropology of Illness, eds. Lenore Manderson and Carolyn Smith-Morris, pp. 77-95.  New Brunswick, NJ: Rutgers University Press.
  24. Inhorn, Marcia C. (2010) “Quest for Conception: Gender, Infertility, and Egyptian Medical Traditions.” Reprinted in A Reader in Medical Anthropology: Theoretical Trajectories, Emergent Realities, eds. Byron J. Good, Michael M. J. Fischer, Sarah S. Willen, and Mary-Jo DelVecchio Good, pp. 319-326.  New York: Wiley-Blackwell.
  25. Birenbaum-Carmeli, Daphna, and Marcia C. Inhorn (2009) “Introduction: Assisting Reproduction, Testing Genes: Global Encounters with New Biotechnologies.” In Assisting Reproduction, Testing Genes: Global Encounters with New Biotechnologies,  Daphna Birenbaum-Carmeli and Marcia C. Inhorn, pp. 1-26.  New York: Berghahn.
  26. Inhorn, Marcia C.(2009) “Middle Eastern Masculinities in the Age of Assisted Reproductive Technologies.” In Assisting Reproduction, Testing Genes: Global Encounters with New Biotechnologies,  Daphna Birenbaum-Carmeli and Marcia C. Inhorn, pp. 86-110.  New York: Berghahn.
  27. Inhorn, Marcia C., Tjørnhøj-Thomsen, Tine, Goldberg, Helene, and Maruska La Cour Mosegaard (2009) “Introduction—The Second Sex in Reproduction? Men, Sexuality, and Masculinity.” In Reconceiving the Second Sex: Men, Masculinity, and Reproduction,  Marcia C. Inhorn, Tine Tjørnhøj-Thomsen, Helene Goldberg, and Maruska La Cour Mosegaard, pp. 1-17. New York: Berghahn.
  28. Dudgeon, Matthew R., and Marcia C. Inhorn(2009) “Gender, Masculinity, and Reproduction Anthropological Perspectives.”   Reprinted in Reconceiving the Second Sex:  Men, Masculinity, and Reproduction, eds. Marcia C. Inhorn, Tine Tjørnhøj-Thomsen , Helene Goldberg, and Maruska La Cour Mosegaard, pp. 72-102. New York: Berghahn.
  29. Dudgeon, Matthew R., and Marcia C. Inhorn(2009) “Men’s Influences on Women’s Reproductive Health. Medical Anthropological Perspectives.”  Reprinted in Reconceiving the Second Sex:  Men, Masculinity, and Reproduction, eds. Marcia C. Inhorn, Tine Tjørnhøj-Thomsen -, Helene Goldberg, and Maruska La Cour Mosegaard, pp. 103-136. New York: Berghahn.
  30. Inhorn, Marcia C. (2009) “Male Genital Cutting:  Masculinity, Reproduction, and Male Infertility Surgeries in Egypt and Lebanon.”  In Reconceiving the Second Sex:  Men, Masculinity, and Reproduction, eds. Marcia C. Inhorn, Tine Tjørnhøj-Thomsen , Helene Goldberg, and Maruska La Cour Mosegaard, pp. 253-278. New York: Berghahn.
  31. Inhorn, Marcia C., Rosario Ceballo, and Robert Nachtigall (2009) “Marginalized, Invisible, and Unwanted: American Minority Struggles with Infertility and Assisted Conception.” In Ethnicity, Infertility and Reproductive Technologies,  Lorraine Culley, Nicky Hudson, and Floor B. van Rooij, pp. 181-197. London: Earthscan Books.
  32. Inhorn, Marcia C.. Loulou Kobeissi, Zaher Nassar, Da’ad Lakkis, and Michael Hassan Fakih (2009) “Consanguinity and Male Infertility in Lebanon: The Power of Ethnographic Epidemiology.”  In Anthropology and Public Health: Bridging Differences in Culture and Society, eds. Robert A. Hahn and Marcia C. Inhorn, pp. 165-195. New York: Oxford University Press.
  33. Hahn, Robert A., and Marcia C. Inhorn (2009) “Introduction: Anthropology and Public Health.” In Anthropology and Public Health: Bridging Differences in Culture and Society, eds. Robert A. Hahn and Marcia C. Inhorn, pp. 1-31. New York: Oxford University Press.
  34. Traina, Cristina, Eugenia Georges, Marcia C. Inhorn, Susan Kahn, and Maura A. Ryan (2008) “Compatible Contradictions: Religion and the Naturalization of Assisted Reproduction.”  In Altering Nature—Volume II: Religion, Biotechnology, and Public Policy, eds. B. Andrew Lustig, Baruch A. Brody, and Gerald P. McKenny, pp. 15-85.  New York:  Ford Foundation.
  35. Inhorn, Marcia C.(2007) “Loving Your Infertile Muslim Spouse: Notes on the Globalization of IVF and Its Romantic Commitments in Sunni Egypt and Shi’ite Lebanon.” In Love and Globalization: Transformations of Intimacy in the Contemporary World, eds. Mark B. Padilla, Jennifer S. Hirsch, Miguel Munoz-Laboy, Robert Sember, and Richard G. Parker, pp. 139-160. Nashville, TN: Vanderbilt University Press.
  36. Inhorn, Marcia C. (2007) “” In Reproductive Disruptions: Gender, Technology, and Biopolitics in the New Millennium,ed. Marcia C. Inhorn, pp. ix-xiii. New York: Berghahn.
  37. Inhorn, Marcia C. (2007) “Defining Women’s Health: A Dozen Messages from More than 150 Ethnographies.” Reprinted in Reproductive Disruptions: Gender, Technology, and Biopolitics in the New Millennium, Marcia C. Inhorn, pp. 1-43. New York: Berghahn.
  38. Inhorn, Marcia C. (2007) “Reproductive Disruptions and ARTs in the Muslim Middle East.” In Reproductive Disruptions: Gender, Technology, and Biopolitics in the New Millennium, Marcia C. Inhorn, pp. 183-199. New York: Berghahn.
  39. Inhorn, Marcia C., and Aditya Bharadwaj. (2007) “Reproductively Disabled Lives: Infertility, Stigma, and Suffering in Egypt and India.” In Disability in Local and Global Worlds, Benedicte Ingstad and Susan Reynolds Whyte, pp. 78-106. Berkeley: University of California Press.
  40. Inhorn, Marcia C. (2006) “Egypt: Infertile Men.” In Men of the Global South: A Reader, ed. Adam Jones. London: Zed.
  41. Inhorn, Marcia C. (2006) “’The Worms Are Weak’: Male Infertility and Patriarchal Paradoxes in Egypt.” In Islamic Masculinities, ed. Lahoucine Ouzgane, pp. 217-237.  London:  Zed.
  42. Inhorn, Marcia C. (2005) “Healing and Medicine: Popular Healing Practices in Middle Eastern Cultures.” In Encyclopedia of Religion, 2nd Lindsay Jones, ed.  New York:  Macmillan.
  43. Inhorn, Marcia C. (2005) “Sexuality, Masculinity, and Infertility in Egypt: Potent Troubles in the Marital and Medical Encounters.”  In The African Masculinities:  Men from the Late 19thCentury to the Present, ed. Lahoucine Ouzgane, pp. 289-303. London:  Palgrave Macmillan & University of Natal Press.
  44. Inhorn, Marcia C. (2005) “Gender, Health, and Globalization in the Middle East: Male Infertility, ICSI, and Men’s Resistance.” In Women, Globalization, and Health, eds. Ilona Kickbusch, Kari A. Hartwig, and Justin M. List, pp. 113-125. New York: Palgrave Macmillan.
  45. Inhorn, Marcia C. (2003) “The Risks of Test-tube Baby Making in Egypt.” In Risk, Culture, and Health Inequality: Shifting Perceptions of Danger and Blame, eds. Barbara Herr Harthorn and Laury Oaks, pp. 57-78.  Westport, CT:  Praeger.
  46. Van Balen, Frank, and Marcia C. Inhorn(2002) “Introduction—Interpreting Infertility: A View from the Social Sciences.” In Infertility Around the Globe: New Thinking on Childlessness, Gender, and Reproductive Technologies, eds. Marcia C. Inhorn and Frank van Balen, pp. 3-23. Berkeley:  University of California Press.
  47. Inhorn, Marcia C.(2002) “The ‘Local’ Confronts the ‘Global’:  Infertile Bodies and New Reproductive Technologies in Egypt.” In Infertility Around the Globe: New Thinking on Childlessness, Gender, and Reproductive Technologies, eds. Marcia C. Inhorn and Frank van Balen, pp. 263-282. Berkeley:  University of California Press.
  48. Inhorn, Marcia C. (2002) “Infertility, In Vitro Fertilization, and Islam: Local/Global Discourses in Egypt” (“Onvruchtbaarheid, in-vitro fertilisatie en de islam:  lokale/mondiale interpretaties in Egypt”).  In From Adoption to Egg Donation (Van Doptie tot Eiceldonatie), ed. Studiegroep Onvruchtbaarheid en Reproductieve Technieken, pp. 157-179.  Nijkerk, The Netherlands:  Studiegroep Onvruchtbaarheid en Reproductieve Technieken (SORT).
  49. Inhorn, Marcia C. (2001) “Money, Marriage, and Morality: Constraints on IVF Treatment Seeking Among Infertile Egyptian Couples.” In Cultural Perspectives on Reproductive Health, ed. Carla Makhlouf Obermeyer, pp. 83-100. Oxford:  Oxford University Press.
  50. Inhorn, Marcia C. (2000) “Missing Motherhood:  Infertility, Technology, and Poverty in Egyptian Women’s Lives.” In Ideologies and Technologies of Motherhood, eds. Helena Ragone and Frances Winddance Twine, pp. 139-168. New York:  Routledge.
  51. Inhorn, Marcia C.(2000) “Egyptian Mothers of Test tubes Babies: Gender, Islam, and the Globalization of New Reproductive Technologies.” In Social Science Research on Childlessness in a Global Perspective:  Proceedings of the Conference 8-11 November 1999, Amsterdam, the Netherlands, eds. Frank van Balen, Trudie Gerrits, and Marcia Inhorn, pp. 149-159.  Amsterdam, Netherlands: SCO-Kohnstam Instituut, University of Amsterdam.
  52. Inhorn, Marcia C.(1998) “Hind’s Story.” Reprinted in The Art of Medical Anthropology: Readings, eds. Sjaak van der Geest and Adri Rienks, pp. 261-267.  Amsterdam, Netherlands:  Het Spinhuis Publishers.
  53. Inhorn, Marcia C.(1998) “Infertility and the Quest for Conception in Egypt.” In Reproductive Health and Infectious Disease in the Middle East, eds. Robin Barlow and Joseph W. Brown, pp. 114-129. Aldershot, United Kingdom:  Ashgate.
  54. Inhorn, Marcia C. (1998) “Urban Egyptian Women in the Informal Health Sector.” In Middle Eastern Women in the Invisible Economy, ed. Richard A. Lobban, Jr., pp. 113-131. Gainesville:  University Press of Florida.
  55. Inhorn, Marcia C.(1998) “Genital Herpes: An Ethnographic Inquiry into Being Discreditable in American Society.”  Article reprinted in Understanding and Applying Medical Anthropology, ed. Peter J. Brown, pp. 316-322.  Mountain View, CA:  Mayfield.
  56. Inhorn, Marcia C. (1997) “Population, Poverty, and Gender Politics:  Motherhood Pressures and Marital Crises in the Lives of Poor Urban Egyptian Women.” In Population, Poverty and Politics in Middle East Cities, ed. Michael E. Bonine, pp. 186-207. Gainesville:  University Press of Florida.
  57. Inhorn, Marcia C., and Peter J. Brown (1997) “In The Anthropology of Infectious Disease: International Health Perspectives.” eds. Marcia C. Inhorn and Peter J. Brown, pp. 3-29. Newark, NJ:  Gordon & Breach Publishers.
  58. Brown, Peter J., Inhorn, Marcia C., and Daniel J. Smith (1996) “Disease, Ecology, and Human Behavior.” In Medical Anthropology:  Contemporary Theory and Method(Revised Edition), eds. Carolyn F. Sargent and Thomas M. Johnson, pp. 183-218. Westport, CT: Praeger.
  59. Brown, Peter J., and Marcia C. Inhorn(1990) “Disease, Ecology, and Human Behavior.” In Medical Anthropology:  A Handbook of Theory and Method, Thomas M. Johnson and Carolyn F. Sargent, pp. 187-214. Westport, CT:  Greenwood Press.