2011, Vol. 38, no. 1, Biopolitics and Eugenics in the First Half of the 20th Century

Thematic issue


  • Magda Gawin
    Early Twentieth Century Eugenics in Europe’s Peripheries: The Polish Perspective
  • Gergana Mircheva 
    Fighting Social Pathology: Criminology and Eugenics in Bulgaria, 1896–1939
  • Christian Promitzer
    Degeneration, Darwinism and the Development of Eugenics in Bulgaria (1890–1929)
  • Herwig Czech
    Venereal Disease, Prostitution and the Control of Sexuality in World War II Vienna
  • Paul Weindling
    Critics, Commentators and Opponents of Eugenics 1880s–1950s
  • Sylwia Kuźma-Markowska
    An Unexpected Continuity: Voluntary and Compulsory Sterilization in the Rhetoric of the Pre- and Post-World War II Polish Birth Control Movement
  • William De Jong Lambert
    Eugenics and Lysenkoism in Interwar and Postwar Polish Biology
  • Richard Cleminson
    Eugenics in Portugal, 1900–1950: Setting a Research Agenda