Peer-Reviewed Journal Articles

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  1. Inhorn, Marcia C., Birenbaum-Carmeli, Daphna, Westphal, Lynn M., Doyle, Joseph, Gleicher, Norbert, Meirow, Dror, Raanani, Hila, Dirnfeld, Martha, Patrizio, Pasquale (2018) “Medical Egg Freezing: How Cost and Lack of Insurance Coverage Impact Women and Their Families.” Reproductive BioMedicine & Society Online 5:82-92.
  2. Inhorn, Marcia C. (2018) “The Arab World’s ‘Quiet’ Reproductive Revolution.” Brown Journal of World Affairs 24:147-157.
  3. Salama, Mahmoud, Isachenko, Vladimir, Isachenko, Evgenia, Rahimi, Gohar, Mallmann, Peter, Westphal, Lynn M., Inhorn, Marcia C., Patrizio, Pasquale (2018) “Cross Border Reproductive Care (CBRC): A Growing Global Phenomenon with Multidimensional Implications (A Systematic and Critical Review).” Journal of Assisted Reproduction and Genetics. 
  4. Inhorn, Marcia C. (2018) “Islam, Sex, and Sin: IVF Ethnography as Muslim Men’s Confessional.” Special Issue on “New Directions in the Anthropology of Religion and Gender: Faith and Emergent Masculinities.” Anthropology Quarterly 91 (1): 25-52.
  5. Inhorn, Marcia C., Isidoros, Konstantina (2018) “Introduction—Arab Masculinities: Anthropological Reconceptions.” Special Issue on Arab Masculinities: Anthropological Reconceptions. Men and Masculinities https://doi.org/10.1177/1097184X17748168
  6. Inhorn, Marcia C., Patrizio, Pasquale (2018) “Is Lower Quality Clinical Care Ethically Justifiable for Patients Residing in Areas with Infrastructure Deficits?” Special Issue on Global Reproductive Health Care Ethics in the 21st Century. AMA Journal of Ethics 2(3): 228-237.
  7. Inhorn, Marcia C., Birenbaum-Carmeli, Daphna, Westphal, Lynn M., Doyle, Joseph, Gleicher, Norbert, Meirow, Dror, Raanani, Hila, Dirnfeld, Martha, Patrizio, Pasquale (2018) “Medical Egg Freezing: The Importance of a Patient-centered Approach to Fertility Preservation.Journal of Assisted Reproduction and Genetics 35 (1): 49-59.
  8. Inhorn, Marcia C. (2018) “Searching for Love and Test-Tube Babies: Iraqi Refugee Men in Reproductive Exile on the Margins of Detroit”, Special Issue on “Reproductive Desires and Disappointments.” Medical Anthropology 37 (2): 145-157.
  9. Inhorn, Marcia C., Birenbaum-Carmeli, Daphna, Patrizio, Pasquale. (2017) “Medical egg freezing and cancer patients’ hopes: Fertility preservation at the intersection of life and deathSocial Science & Medicine 195: 25-33.
  10. Inhorn, Marcia C., Birenbaum-Carmeli, Daphna, Tremayne, Soraya, Gurtin, Zeynep B. (2017) “Assisted Reproduction and Middle East Kinship: A Regional and Religious Comparison” Reproductive BioMedicine and Society 4:41-51.
  11. Inhorn, Marcia C. (2016) “Medical Cosmopolitanism in Global Dubai: A Twenty-first-century Transnational Intracytoplasmic Sperm Injection (ICSI) Depot.” Medical Anthropology Quarterly 31(1):5-22.
  12. Inhorn, Marcia C. (2016) “Comment” on “From Sex Tourist to Son-in-Law: Emergent Masculinities and Transient Subjectivities of Farang Men in Thailand.Current Anthropology 57 (1):64-65.
  13. Inhorn, Marcia C. (2016) “Cosmopolitan Conceptions in Global Dubai? The Emiratization of IVF and Its Consequences.” Reproductive BioMedicine and Society 2:24-31.
  14. Franklin, Sarah, Inhorn, Marcia C. (2016) “Introduction:  IVF—Global Histories.Reproductive BioMedicine and Society 2:1-7.
  15. Inhorn, Marcia C., Tremayne, Soraya (2016) “Islam, Assisted Reproduction, and the Bioethical Aftermath.” Journal of Religion and Health 55(2):422-430.
  16. Inhorn, Marcia C., Patrizio, Pasquale (2015) “Infertility around the Globe: New Thinking on Gender, Reproductive Technologies, and Global Movements in the 21st Century.Human Reproduction Update 21 (4): 411-426
  17. Inhorn, Marcia C. (2014) Roads Less Traveled in Middle East Anthropology—and New Paths in GenderEthnography,” Special 10thAnniversary Special Issue, Journal of Middle East Women’s Studies 10 (3): 62-86.
  18. Inhorn, Marcia C. (2014) “Celebrating a Decade of Middle East Gender Studies: Reflections on the Tenth Anniversary of the Journal of Middle East Women’s Studies.” Journal of Middle East Women’s Studies 10 (3): 1-7.
  19. Wentzell, Emily A.,Inhorn, Marcia C., (2014) “Reconceiving Masculinity and ‘Men as Partners’ for ICPD Beyond 2014: Insights from a Mexican HPV Study,” Global Public Health 9 (6): 691-705.
  20. Inhorn, Marcia C., Gurtin, Z. B., (2012) “Infertility and Assisted Reproduction in the Muslim Middle East: Social, Religious, and Resource Considerations,”Facts, Views, and Visions in Obstetrics and Gynaecology, Monograph, 24-29.
  21. Inhorn, Marcia C., (2012) “Why Me? Male Infertility and Responsibility in the Middle East,” Men and Masculinities, 16 (1): 49-70.
  22. Inhorn, Marcia C., Patrizio, Pasquale (2012) “Procreative Tourism: Debating the Meaning of Cross-Border Reproductive Care in the 21st Century.”Expert Reviews in Obstetrics and Gynecology7 (6): 509–511.
  23. Inhorn, Marcia C., Shrivastav, Pankaj, Patrizio, Pasquale (2012) “Assisted Reproductive Technologies and Fertility ‘Tourism’: Examples from Global Dubai and the Ivy League.” Medical Anthropology, 31 (3): 249-266.
  24. Inhorn, Marcia C., (2012) “Reproductive Exile in Global Dubai: South Asian Stories.” Cultural Politics, 8 (2): 283-308.
  25. Inhorn, Marcia C., Patrizio, Pasquale (2012) “The Global Landscape of Cross-Border Reproductive Care: Twenty Key Findings for the New Millennium,” Current Opinion in Obstetrics & Gynecology24 (4): 158-163.
  26. Inhorn, Marcia C., Wentzell, Emily (2011) “Embodying Emergent Masculinities: Reproductive and Sexual Health Technologies in the Middle East and Mexico.” American Ethnologist38 (4): 801-815.
  27. Gurtin, Zeynep B.,Inhorn, Marcia C. (2011) “Introduction—Travelling for Conception and the Assisted Reproduction Market” Reproductive BioMedicine Online 23 (5): 535-537.
  28. Inhorn, Marcia C., Gurtin, Zeynep B. (2011) “Cross-Border Reproductive Care: A Future Research Agenda” Reproductive BioMedicine Online 23 (5): 665-676.
  29. Inhorn, Marcia C., (2011) “Diasporic Dreaming: ‘Return Reproductive Tourism’ to the Middle East” Reproductive BioMedicine Online23 (5): 582– 591.
  30. Inhorn, Marcia C., (2011) “Male Infertility and Intracytoplasmic Sperm Injection (ICSI) in the Middle East” Middle East Institute Viewpoints.September 1, 26-29.
  31. Inhorn, Marcia C., Serour, Gamal I. (2011) “Islam, Medicine, and Arab-Muslim Refugee Health in America After 9/11.” The Lancet378 (9794): 935-943.
  32. Clarke, Morgan, Inhorn, Marcia C.(2011) “Mutuality and Immediacy Between Marja’ and Muqallid: Evidence from Male IVF Patients in Shi’i Lebanon.” International Journal of Middle East Studies 43 (3): 409–427.
  33. Moran, Molly, Khawaja, Marwan, Khoshnood, Kaveh, Ramahi, Tarik, Inhorn, Marcia C.(2011) “Violent Conflict and Population Health in the Middle East” Global Public Health6 (5): 467-471.
  34. Inhorn, Marcia C. (2011) “Globalization and Gametes: Reproductive ‘Tourism,’ Islamic Bioethics, and Middle Eastern Modernity.Anthropology and Medicine18 (1): 87-103.
  35. Inhorn, Marcia C., Patrizio, Pasquale, Serour, Gamal I. (2010) “Third-Party Reproductive Assistance around the Mediterranean: Comparing Sunni Egypt, Catholic Italy, and Multisectarian Lebanon.” Reproductive BioMedicine Online 21 (7): 848-853.
  36. Inhorn, Marcia C. (2010) “Introduction—Global Health and the UAE: Asia-Middle East Connections.” Asia-Pacific Journal of Public Health 22 (Suppl.): 6-9.
  37. Inhorn, Marcia C., Shrivastav, Pankaj (2010) “Globalization and Reproductive Tourism in the UAE,” Asia-Pacific Journal of Public Health 22 (Suppl.): 68-74.
  38. Inhorn, Marcia C. (2010) “Medical Anthropology at the Intersections: Celebrating 50 Years of Interdisciplinarity,” Medical Anthropology Quarterly 24 (2): 263-269.
  39. Inhorn, Marcia C., Patrizio, Pasquale (2009) “Rethinking Reproductive ‘Tourism’ as Reproductive ‘Exile’.” Fertility and Sterility 92 (3): 904-906.
  40. Inhorn, Marcia C.(2009) “Right to Assisted Reproductive Technology: Overcoming Infertility in Low-resource Countries.” International Journal of Gynecology and Obstetrics 106 (2): 172-174.
  41. Inhorn, Marcia C., Kobeissi, Loulou, Nassar, Zaher, Lakkis, Da’ad, Fakih, Michael Hassan (2009) “Consanguinity and Family Clustering of Male Infertility in Lebanon.” Fertility and Sterility91 (4): 1104-1109.
  42. Birenbaum-Carmeli, Daphna, Inhorn, Marcia C. (2009) “Masculinity and Marginality: Palestinian Men’s Struggles with Infertility in Israel and Lebanon.” Journal of Middle East Women’s Studies 5 (2): 23-51.
  43. Abu-Musa, Antoine A., Kobeissi, Loulou, Hannoun, Antoine B., Inhorn, Marcia C.(2008) “Effect of War on Fertility: A Review of the Literature.” Reproductive BioMedicine Online 17 (Suppl 1): 43-53.
  44. Inhorn, Marcia C. (2008) “Medical Anthropology Against War.” Medical Anthropology Quarterly 22 (4): 416-424.
  45. Inhorn, Marcia C., Birenbaum-Carmeli, Daphna (2008) “Assisted Reproductive Technologies and Culture Change.” Annual Review of Anthropology37:177-196.
  46. Kobeissi, Loulou, Inhorn, Marcia C., Hannoun, Antoine B., Hammoud, Najwa, Awwad, Johnny, Abu-Musa, Antoine A. (2008) “Civil War and Male Infertility in Lebanon.” Fertility and Sterility 90 (2): 340-345.
  47. Inhorn, Marcia C. (2008)Islam, Assisted Reproductive Technologies, and the Middle Eastern State.” Babylon: Norwegian Journal of the Middle East  6:32-43.
  48. Abbasi-Shavazi, Mohammad Jalal, Inhorn, Marcia C., Razeghi-Nasrabad, Hajiieh Bibi, Toloo, Ghasem (2008) “’The Iranian ART Revolution’: Infertility, Assisted Reproductive Technology, and Third-Party Donation in the Islamic Republic of Iran.” Journal of Middle East Women’s Studies4 (2): 1-28.
  49. Inhorn, Marcia C., King, Luke, Nriagu, Jerome O., Kobeissi, Loulou, Hammoud, Najwa, Awwad, Johnny, Abu-Musa, Antoine A., Hannoun, Antoine B. (2008) “Occupational and Environmental Exposures to Heavy Metals:  Risk Factors for Male Infertility in Lebanon?” Reproductive Toxicology25 (2): 203-212.
  50. Inhorn, Marcia C. (2007) “Masculinity, Reproduction, and Male Infertility Surgeries in Egypt and Lebanon.”  Journal of Middle East Women’s Studies3 (3): 1-20.
  51. Inhorn, Marcia C. (2007) “Medical Anthropology at the Intersections.” Medical Anthropology Quarterly 21 (3): 249-255.
  52. Inhorn, Marcia C. (2007) “Masturbation, Semen Collection, and Men’s IVF Experiences: Anxieties in the Muslim World.”  Body and Society 13 (3): 37-53.
  53. Inhorn, Marcia C., Janes, Craig (2007) “The Behavioral Research Agenda in Global Health: An Advocate’s Legacy.” Global Public Health 2 (3): 294-312.
  54. Kobessi, Loulou, Inhorn, Marcia C. (2007) “Male Infertility in Lebanon:  A Case-Controlled Study.” Ethnicity and Disease 17 (Suppl. 3): S33-S38.
  55. Inhorn, Marcia C., Kobeissi, Loulou. (2006)  “The Public Health Costs of War in Iraq: Lessons from Post-War Lebanon.”  Journal of Social Affairs 23:13-47.
  56. Inhorn, Marcia C. (2006) “Making Muslim Babies:  IVF and Gamete Donation in Sunni and Shi’a Islam.” Culture, Medicine, and Psychiatry 30 (4): 427-450.
  57. Inhorn, Marcia C. (2006) “Islam, IVF, and Everyday Life in the Middle East:  The Making of Sunni versus Shi’ite Test-tube Babies.” Anthropology of the Middle East 1 (1): 37-45.
  58. Inhorn, Marcia C. (2006) “Defining Women’s Health: A Dozen Messages from More than 150 Ethnographies.” Medical Anthropology Quarterly 20 (3): 345-378.
  59. Inhorn, Marcia C., and Carolyn F. Sargent (2006) “Medical Anthropology in the Muslim World:  Ethnographic Reflections on Reproductive and Child Health.” Medical Anthropology Quarterly20 (1): 1-11.
  60. Inhorn, Marcia C. (2006) “’He Won’t Be My Son’:  Middle Eastern Men’s Discourses of Adoption and Gamete Donation.”  Medical Anthropology Quarterly 20 (1): 94-120.
  61. Inhorn, Marcia C. (2006) “Fatwas and ARTs: IVF and Gamete Donation in Sunni v. Shi’a Islam.”  Journal of Gender, Race & Justice9 (2): 291-317.
  62. Inhorn, Marcia C., Fakih, Michael Hassan (2006) “Arab Americans, African Americans, and Infertility: Barriers to Reproduction and Medical Care.”  Fertility and Sterility85 (4): 844-852.
  63. Bazzi, Ali, Nriagu, Jerome O., Inhorn, Marcia C., Lindner, Aaron (2005) “Determination of Antimony in Human Blood with Inductively Coupled Plasma-Mass Spectrometry.”  Journal of Environmental Monitoring 7 (12):1251-1254.
  64. Inhorn, Marcia C. (2004) “Privacy, Privatization, and the Politics of Patronage:  Ethnographic Challenges to Penetrating the Secret World of Middle Eastern, Hospital-Based In Vitro Fertilization.”   Social Science & Medicine59 (10): 2095-2108.
  65. Dudgeon, Matthew R., Inhorn, Marcia C.(2004) “Men’s Influences on Women’s Reproductive Health: Medical Anthropological Perspectives.” Social Science & Medicine 59 (7): 1379-1395.
  66. Inhorn, Marcia C. (2004) ““Stigma Suffering, and Social Justice:  Papers in Honor of Joan Ablon,” Medical Anthropology Quarterly18 (2): 1-10.
  67. Inhorn, Marcia C.(2004) “Middle Eastern Masculinities in the Age of New Reproductive Technologies:  Male Infertility and Stigma in Egypt and Lebanon.”  Medical Anthropology Quarterly 18 (2): 162-182.
  68. Dudgeon, Matthew R., Inhorn, Marcia C.(2003) “Gender, Masculinity, and Reproduction:  Anthropological Perspectives.”  International Journal of Men’s Health 2 (1): 31-56.
  69. Jenkins, Gwynne L., and Marcia C. Inhorn(2003) “Introduction—Reproduction Gone Awry:  Medical Anthropological Perspectives.”  Social Science & Medicine 56 (9): 1831-1836.
  70. Inhorn, Marcia C. (2003) “Global Infertility and the Globalization of New Reproductive Technologies:  Illustrations from Egypt.” Social Science & Medicine56 (9):1837-1851.
  71. Van Balen, Frank, and Marcia C. Inhorn(2003) “Son Preference, Sex Selection, and the ‘New’ New Reproductive Technologies.”  International Journal of Health Services 33 (2): 235-252.
  72. Inhorn, Marcia C. (2003) “‘The Worms Are Weak’: Male Infertility and Patriarchal Paradoxes in Egypt.”  Men and Masculinities5 (3): 236-256.
  73. Inhorn, Marcia C. (2002) “Sexuality, Masculinity, and Infertility in Egypt:  Potent Troubles in the Marital and Medical Encounters.” Journal of Men’s Studies10 (3): 343-359.
  74. Inhorn, Marcia C.,Whittle, K. Lisa (2001) “Feminism Meets the ‘New’ Epidemiologies: An Appraisal of Antifeminist Biases in Epidemiologic Research on Women’s Health.” Social Science & Medicine 53 (5): 553-567.
  75. Whittle, K. Lisa, Inhorn, Marcia C.(2001) “Rethinking Difference: A Feminist Reframing of Gender/Race/Class for the Improvement of Women’s Health Research.” International Journal of Health Services 31 (1): 147-165.
  76. Inhorn, Marcia C. (1995) “Medical Anthropology and Epidemiology: Divergences or Convergences?” Social Science & Medicine 40 (3): 285-290.
  77. Inhorn, Marcia C.(1994) “Interpreting Infertility: Medical Anthropological Perspectives—Introduction.” Social Science & Medicine 39 (4): 459-461.
  78. Inhorn, Marcia C. (1994) “Kabsa(a.k.a. Mushahara) and Threatened Fertility in Egypt.” Social Science & Medicine 39 (4): 487-505.
  79. Inhorn, Marcia C., Buss, Kimberly (1994) “Ethnography, Epidemiology, and Infertility in Egypt.” Social Science & Medicine39 (5): 671-686.
  80. Inhorn, Marcia C., Buss, Kimberly A. (1993) “Infertility, Infection, and Iatrogenesis in Egypt: The Anthropological Epidemiology of Blocked Tubes.” Medical Anthropology15 (3): 217-244.
  81. Inhorn, Marcia C., Brown, Peter J. (1990) “The Anthropology of Infectious Disease.” Annual Review of Anthropology19:89-117.
  82. Inhorn Millar, Marcia, Lane, Sandra D. (1988) “Ethno-ophthalmology in the Egyptian Delta: A Historical Systems Approach to Ethnomedicine in the Middle East.” Social Science & Medicine26 (6): 651-657.
  83. Inhorn Millar, Marcia(1987) “Genital Chlamydial Infection: A Role for Social Scientists.” Social Science & Medicine 25 (6):1289-1299.
  84. Lane, Sandra D., Inhorn Millar, Marcia(1987) “The ‘Hierarchy of Resort’ Reexamined: Status and Class Differentials as Determinants of Therapy for Eye Disease in the Egyptian Delta.” Urban Anthropology 16 (2): 151-182.
  85. Inhorn, Marcia C. (1986) “Genital Herpes: An Ethnographic Inquiry into Being Discreditable in American Society.” Medical Anthropology Quarterly 17 (3): 59-63.