The Routledge Handbook of Anthropology and Reproduction is a comprehensive overview of the topics, approaches, and trajectories in the anthropological study of human reproduction. The book brings together work from across the discipline of anthropology, with contributions by established and emerging scholars in archaeological, biological, linguistic, and sociocultural anthropology. Across these areas of research, consideration is given to the contexts, conditions, and contingencies that mark and shape the experiences of reproduction as always gendered, classed, and racialized. 

The Handbook features work on reproduction from across the four fields of anthropology. The table of contents includes 39 chapters by 70 scholars and researchers, including Anthropology alumni Sallie Han, (Professor, SUNY Oneonta) and Cecília Tomori (Associate Professor and Director of Global Public Health and Community Health, Johns Hopkins University School of Nursing), Karen Rosenberg (Professor, University of Delaware), Jessaca Leinaweaver (Professor and Chair of Anthropology, Brown University), Ellen Block (Associate Professor of Anthropology at the College of St. Benedict/St. John’s University), Michigan Anthropology Professor Emerita, Elisha Renne, and former Michigan Anthropology professor Marcia Inhorn (William K. Lanman Jr. Professor of Anthropology and International Affairs, Yale University).