A Woman’s Life is a Human Life: My Mother, Our Neighbor and the Journey from Reproductive Rights to Reproductive Justice

23 Feb 2024
12:00 pm - 1:30 pm

119 Philosophy Hall

Event Type
Special Event

Felicia Kornbluh
Professor of History and of Gender, Sexuality, and Women’s Studies, and affiliated faculty in Jewish Studies

The American Political History Seminar seeks to enrich the study of politics by increasing knowledge and understanding of important topics in American history. Over the last several years, IGS has invited both well-established and junior scholars, as well as a number of journalists, to speak on a recent publication relevant to the seminar series. Faculty and graduate student participants are drawn from disciplines such as history, political science, journalism, public policy, law, and business. To maximize the benefit from the visit of each author, copies of the work to be discussed are distributed in advance to participants. The APHS is open to graduate students and faculty only (but not the general public). Faculty and graduate students interested in participating should contact the seminar coordinator, Hidetaka Hirota, Associate Professor of History, hhirota@berkeley.edu. For more information, please visit the Institute of Governmental Studies.

This event is sponsored by CSTMS.
Additional sponsorship comes from:  Center for Race & Gender • Center on Reproductive Rights and Justice • CSTMS • Institute of Governmental Studies
Center on Reproductive Rights and Justice

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