Scholars from across disciplines at the Johns Hopkins University and School of Medicine are organizing a conference entitled “Critical Conversations on Reproductive Health/Care: Past, Present, and Future,” to take place during the first week of February 2021.
This conference will bring together historians, anthropologists, pregnancy caregivers, artists, activists, and journalists to address key issues in the history of reproduction and the practice of reproductive medicine. We are particularly interested in how reproductions intersect with phenomenon such as, but not limited to: midwifery, parenting, and kinship-making; trauma in obstetric and abortion care; obstetric racism in the past and present; colonialism, migration, and displacement; and incarceration and detention.
To register and for more information, visit https://hopkinsmedicalhumanities.org/reproductive-health-care-past-present-and-future/.
Join us on Friday, January 15th at 2pm, for the fourth iteration of Epidemic//Endemic speaker series, “Policing, Incarceration, and Health,” with Dr. Vesla Weaver and Dr. Carolyn Sufrin.
To register and for more information: https://hopkinsmedicalhumanities.org/events/epidemic-endemic/.