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Johanna Gondouin
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Suruchi Thapar-Björkert
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Ingrid Ryberg

is prefigured by the US slave economy and other forms of colonial indentured labour. Challenging and nuancing the Western liberal notion of reproductive rights, the concept of ‘reproductive justice’ was coined in the early 1990s by SisterSong, a grassroots collective of women of colour in the United States. Merging reproductive rights with social justice, reproductive justice was launched in order to address ‘how race-​and class-​based histories of population control, sterilisation abuse, high-​risk contraception, poverty, and the effects of environmental pollution

in The power of vulnerability
Anu Koivunen
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Katariina Kyrölä
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Ingrid Ryberg

practices of curating, cataloguing, and adding metadata have significance for whose lives, stories, and images can be remembered. Ryberg discusses the interplay between lesbian feminist filmmaking and Swedish policies on sexuality in the 1970s, making visible how lesbian self-​presentation and citizenship emerged through discourses of vulnerability, such as abortion and contraception policies. In the same part, Anu Koivunen’s chapter focuses on how the popular Swedish TV series and a trilogy of novels Torka aldrig tårar utan handskar [Don’t Ever Wipe Tears Without Gloves

in The power of vulnerability
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Witchcraft and the symbolics of hierarchy in late seventeenth- and early eighteenth-century Finland
Raisa Maria Toivo

mediate a reconciliation with the widow. The theme of reversal was still present in the accusation of contraception magic although weaker than in fodder magic, but the emphasis of this trial was not on witchcraft or vidskepelse, but on deciding whether or not Agata had claimed she had learned her skills from the widow. Paradoxically enough, the previous trials seem to have been initiated by Aune, yet did not emphasise the threat Agata posed to her. Rather they showed Agata as potentially harmful to the whole community. Yet in the defamation case, which was initiated by

in Beyond the witch trials