February 5, 2021

The conference will be held via Zoom Webinar and will be broadcast via YouTube Live. For more information, visit https://hopkinshistoryofmedicine.org/events/reproconvo2021/.

Conference Schedule for Friday, February 5:

1:00–2:30 p.m. *Panel Four: Race, Public Health, and Clinical Practice in South Africa, Central America, and South America

Chair: Halle-Mackenzie Ashby

Luisa Madrigal, “Reproduciendo el desarrollo en Guatemala.”

Rilva Lopes de Sousa Muñoz, “Historia del parto en establecimientos de salud del estado de Paraíba, Brasil.”

Michelle San Pedro, “State Control Over Reproduction: The Implications of Phasing Out Traditional Midwives in Nicaragua.”

Vincenza Mazzeo, “The Politics of Pap Smears: The Right to Life and Women’s Anti-Apartheid Organizing in South Africa, 1984-1994.”

Mariana Ramos Pitta Lima, “Reproductive technologies in practice and post abortion treatment in a Brazilian public maternity hospital.”

3:00-4:30 p.m. Panel Five: Historical Perspectives on Maternity and Reproductive Governance: From the Eugenic Era to the Neoliberal Era

Chair: Vincenza Mazzeo

Urvi Desai, “Birth Control and the Motherhood Market in Bombay (1930-60s).”

Sanjam Ahluwalia, “Mapping Histories of Reproductive Health and Governance across India, Pakistan, and Bangladesh: 1947- 2000.”

Aprajita Sarcar, “Women as Sites: The Dichotomies of Family Planning on the ‘Female’ Body.”

Caitlin Fendley, “A “Complex Personal Problem”: Media, Nursing, and Female Sterilization in the 1960s.”

Emma Capulli, “ART and surrogacy: analysis of reproductive autonomy in the complex relationship between clinical labor and new parenting.”

5:00-6:30 p.m. Reverse Keynote Discussion of Reproduction on the Reservation: Pregnancy, Childbirth, and Colonialism in the Long Twentieth Century (Chapel Hill: UNC Press, 2019) by Brianna Theobald, Assistant Professor of History at the University of Rochester

endawis Spears, Director of Programming & Outreach, Akomawt Educational Initiative

Lina-Maria Murillo, Assistant Professor of Gender, Women’s and Sexuality Studies and History, University of Iowa

Jacki Thompson Rand, Associate Professor, Department of History, University of Iowa

Sasha Turner, Associate Professor of History and the History of Medicine at Johns Hopkins University

*El asterisco significa que habrá interpretación simultanea al español *Astrisk denotes simultaneous translation of panel to Spanish

For additional information on translations, visit https://hopkinshistoryofmedicine.org/events/reproconvo2021/