Politics of Reproduction Speakers' Series 2022-23

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Politics of Reproduction Speakers' Series 2022-23

This speaker series is organized by the Politics of Reproduction Research group bring together scholars engaged in the study of reproduction

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Date and time

Friday, March 31 · 9 - 10:30am PDT



About this event

  • 1 hour 30 minutes
  • Mobile eTicket

This series will take place on ZOOM and Microsoft Teams, sign up for one or all of the speaker series and we will send you the details via email!

October 7, 2022 (12-1 pm EST) Martha Paynter, University of New Brunswick, and Julia Hutt, Illustrator, "Abortion to Abolition: Connecting the Right to Sexual Liberation to Freedom from Incarceration"

November 4, 2022 (12-1 pm EST) Erin Heidt-Forsythe, Pennsylvania State University, and Grace Howard, San José State University, "Abortion Politics and the Midterm Elections"...in collaboration with the University of Waterloo's Department of Political Science Speakers' Series

December 2, 2022 (12-1 pm EST) Rishita Nandagiri, Kings College London, "(Re)Conceptualizing Abortion Safety: Centring Lived Realities"

January 13, 2023 (12-1 pm EST) Stefanie Carsley, University of Ottawa, Vanessa Gruben, University of Ottawa, and Kathleen Hammond, Toronto Metropolitan University, "Empirical Research on Assisted Reproduction in Canada"

February 3, 2023 (12-1 pm EST) Francesca Scala, Concordia University, "Politics and Policy of Menstrual Activism in Canada"

March 3, 2023 (12-1 pm EST) Karen Lawford, Queen's University, Holly McKenzie, University of Saskatchewan, and Caroline Tait, University of Saskatchewan, "Continuing Conversations About Indigenous Peoples’ Reproductive (In)Justice(s) and Health"

March 31, 2023 (12-1:30pm EST), Natalie Richardson, University of Kent Law School, Elgin Pecjak, University of Ottawa, Zoë Walwyn, Toronto Metropolitan University, and Kathleen Hammond, Toronto Metropolitan University, "Experiences with Egg Freezing: Reporting on Empirical Research." ...in collaboration with the the Lincoln Alexander School of Law's Research Group on Health Law and Innovation

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