Diane M. Tober

Diane M. Tober

Tober’s research focuses on the intersections between bioethics, reproductive health and technologies, inequality, and the commodification of the body. Her geographic areas of expertise include the United States, Iran, Spain, and the Middle East. Her research includes ethnographic work on the US sperm-banking industry, on single women and lesbian couples choosing sperm donors to create their families, on kidney sales in Islamic Republic of Iran, and the politics of family planning promotion and use among Afghan refugees and low-income Iranians in Iran. This article was written in collaboration with the Scholar Strategy Network.

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