Japanese American Midwives: Culture, Community, and Health Politics, 1880-1950

Japanese American Midwives Culture Community and Health Politics In the late nineteenth century midwifery was transformed into a new woman s profession as part of Japan s modernizing quest for empire With the rise of Japanese immigration to the United States Japa

In the late nineteenth century, midwifery was transformed into a new woman s profession as part of Japan s modernizing quest for empire With the rise of Japanese immigration to the United States, Japanese midwives sanba served as cultural brokers as well as birth attendants for Issei women They actively participated in the creation of Japanese American community and cuIn the late nineteenth century, midwifery was transformed into a new woman s profession as part of Japan s modernizing quest for empire With the rise of Japanese immigration to the United States, Japanese midwives sanba served as cultural brokers as well as birth attendants for Issei women They actively participated in the creation of Japanese American community and culture as preservers of Japanese birthing customs and agents of cultural change The history of Japanese American midwifery reveals the dynamic relationship between this welfare state and the history of women and health Midwives individual stories, coupled with Susan L Smith s astute analysis, demonstrate the impossibility of clearly separating domestic policy from foreign policy, public health from racial politics, medical care from women s care giving, and the history of women and health from national and international politics By setting the history of Japanese American midwives in this larger context, Smith reveals little known ethnic, racial, and regional aspects of women s history and the history of medicine Susan L Canada, and author of the award winning Sick and Tired of Being Sick and Tired Black Women s Health Activism in America, 1890 1950 A volume in The Asian American Experience series, edited by Roger Daniels.

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