Introduction: From What Race Is to What Race Does
Assisted Reproductive Technologies
Critical Philosophy of Race
The Debate over the "Reality" of Race
Nature, Culture, or Politics?
Description of Chapters
1. Reproductive Technologies are Not "Post-Racial"
Beyond the "Bioethical" Approach
The "Problem" of Infertility
Race and the "Natural"
2. Race Isn’t Just Made, It’s Used
Race as Technology
Heidegger’s Essence of Technology
Foucault’s Focus on Technologies
3. A Technological History of Race
Backdoor to Eugenics?
The Technological Science of Race
Kant’s Scientific Concept of Race
Race as Envisioned and Purposive
Race as Producible and Produced
Race, Heredity, and Eugenics Proper
A Note on Heidegger
4. "I Just Want Children Like Me"
Putting Race to Work
Race, Blood, and American Kinship
Denying Common Origins--The American Polygenists
Discouraging Intimacy and Disallowing Kinship
Separation After Slavery
The "Blood" in our "Genes"
5. Race and Choice in the Era of Liberal Eugenics
The Neo-Liberal Regime of Truth
Technologies of the Self
The Personal and the Political in Assisted Reproduction
Technologies of the Self as Technologies of Race