Reproductive Politics Faculty Seminar

The Five College Reproductive Politics Faculty Seminar provides an opportunity for faculty and staff to share knowledge about the work being done locally and internationally in the field of reproductive politics, as well as to discuss challenges and opportunities for collaboration. Numerous faculty who have presented their work-in-progress at a seminar have gone on to publish articles and books. Members of the Reproductive Politics Faculty Seminar conceived of the undergraduate Five College certificate in Reproductive Health, Rights, and Justice, wrote the proposal, and shepherded the Certificate into existence in 2015. Finally, the Reproductive Politics Faculty Seminar serves as an intellectual and scholarly support and community for faculty teaching courses for the Reproductive Health, Rights, and Justice Certificate Program. We aim to hold at least two seminars per academic year and are appreciative of the administrative and financial support provided by the Five College Consortium.  

If you would like to be informed of seminar events, please sign up for the Reproductive Politics Faculty Seminar listserv. If you would like more information about the seminar series or are interested in presenting your work at a seminar, please email Carrie Baker (cbaker@smith.edu) or Jennifer L. Nye (jlnye@history.umass.edu).  Information about other Five College Faculty Seminar series can be located here.

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