Babies in the Cornfield - Stories of Maternal Health and Death from Around the World
Published by Author House
Babies in the Cornfield is directed toward students, professors and practitioners of public health, anthropology, nursing, medicine and midwifery. It tackles the difficult questions concerning who makes policy effecting the rights of women and babies. Those of us educated in universities think we know what's best for people without our privileges, and go about telling them when, how and with whom to give birth - when some would rather have their babies in a cornfield than be subjected to our medical interventions.