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Thanks Martin - I used your book a lot when conducting background reading for my dissertation, and also to plan some of my lectures here. One of my favourites on the topic!
Glad to hear you're using the film The Black Stork. If your students are confused by it, you might have them read 3 short encyclopedia entries I wrote that might help:
“Eugenics,” “Haiselden, Harry,” and “Black Stork,” in Encyclopedia of American Disability History, ed. Susan Burch (NY: Facts on File, 2009), pp. 114-15, 333-37, and 418-19..
Of course chapters from my book The Black Stork would be a good follow-up.
Writing Eugenics into a Survey Course: A First-Time Instructor Reflects
Teaching Eugenics and Sterilization in U.S. Women’s History
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Several scholarly works were published on October:
An article on eugenic discourses in French Canada in the 20th century