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ISEK - Institut für Sozialanthropologie und Empirische Kulturwissenschaft Ethnologie

Publikationen Shirin Naef


Kinship, Law and Religion: An Anthropological Study of Assisted Reproductive Technologies in Iran. Tübingen: Francke Verlag (2017).

Other publications

The Legal Situation Regarding Assisted Reproduction in Iran: Current Developments and Concerns. In The Rule of Law in the Islamic Republic of Iran, edited by Hadi Enayat and Mirjam Künkler, Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, (Forthcoming).

Doing Anthropology in the Fields of Religion, Law and Medicine: Assisted Reproductive Technologies in Iran (Research Report). In AIS (Association for Iranian Studies) Newsletters, (Fall 2021).

Akcinar, Mustafa; Cantini, Daniele; Kreil, Aymon; Naef Shirin, and Schaeublin, Emanuel 'No Country for Anthropologists? Four Dilemmas for Ethnographic Research in the Contemporary Middle East', AllegraLab, (2019)

Legal Status, Moral Values and Cosmological Order: Embryo Politics in Iran. Ethnologie française 2017/3: 459-470, (2017).

Bioethik im Iran, in Handbuch der Iranistik, Band 2, edited by Ludwig Paul. Wiesbaden: Reichert Verlag, (2017).

The Iranian Embryo Donation Law and Surrogacy Regulations: The Intersection of Religion, Law and Ethics. Die Welt des Islams. International Journal for the Study of Modern Islam 55 (3-4): 348-377, (2015).

Modern Reproductive Technologies in the Light of Traditional Ontologies: An Anthropological Reflection on Assisted Reproduction in Iran, in Selbstgestaltung des Menschen durch Biotechniken, edited by Robert Ranisch, Sebastian Schuol and Marcus Rockoff, pp. 157-171, Tübingen: Francke, (2015)

Gestational Surrogacy in Iran: Uterine Kinship in Shia Thought and Practice, in Islam and Assisted Reproductive Technologies: Sunni and Shia Perspectives, edited by Marcia Inhorn and Soraya Tremayne, pp. 157-193, New York and Oxford: Berghahn Books, (2012).

Gestational Surrogacy in Iran. Medical Journal of Reproduction and Infertility 9 (1): 50-64. (in Persian), (2008)