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Maria Sophia Quine

technologization and medicalization of the female body as a defective organism and reproductive apparatus in need of remedy and repair. Female fertility and the female body became objects of intense public debate, scientific scrutiny, and medical intervention. The specter of racial sterility, so central to the

Roger Griffin

accumulating that the ‘bonifica’ of Italian society as the precondition of its rebirth involved projects that in some quarters were formulated in the language of racial hygiene and positive eugenics. Maria Quine is the author of major works on 20th century population politics and the emergence of a Fascist

-Cultural Comparison. Toward a Better Understanding of International Fascism 62–63 Volume 1, No. 2 Articles Mircea Platon: The Iron Guard and the ‘Modern State’. Iron Guard Leaders Vasile Marin and Ion I. Moţa, and the ‘New European Order’ 65–90 Roger Griffin: Introduction to M.S. Quine’s ‘RacialSterility

Patrick Bernhard

–114. 12 Maria Sophia Quine, ‘RacialSterility” and “Hyperfecundity” in Fascist Italy: Biological Politics of Sex and Reproduction,’ Fascism 1 (2012): 92–144, accessed 8 November 2017, doi : 10.1086/599247 . 13 Quine, ‘Racial "Sterility",’ 132. 14 Ibid., 92. 15 A strikingly

Andrew Apter

of Weberian structuralism, in which racial, ethnic, and cultural “sections” are differentially incorporated into the public domain (with minimal attention to class formation). Although the bulk of papers addressed Smith’s prodigious Caribbean output, Africanists engaged his historical ethnographies