About Abortion: a Workshop with Carol Sanger
We are pleased to invite you to a special workshop on Carol Sanger’s in-progress book, About Abortion, taking place at All Souls College, Oxford. Carol will be introducing two draft chapters from her book: “Fathers and Fetuses: What Would Men Do?” and “Abortion Privacy/Abortion Secrecy”. The discussion will be chaired by Nicola Lacey (LSE). We hope you will join us for an afternoon of lively and productive conversation.
The workshop will take place from 4-6pm Thursday, 29th of May (5th week) in the Old Library, followed by a drinks reception in the Great Quad from 6 to 7pm.
R.s.v.p. to firstname.lastname@example.org by 12th May if you would like to come. This is an invited workshop, but please feel free to extend the invitation to others who might be interested. The workshop will be read-ahead; Carol will be sending her draft chapters to participants a week before the workshop.
About Abortion is an exploration and critique of abortion regulation in the early 21st century; it is about the relation between culture and law, the regulation of women’s lives, the significance of fetal imagery in American culture and American law, and the meaning of embryonic or fetal demise to pregnant women.
Carol Sanger is the Barbara Aronstein Black Professor of Law at Columbia University. She is currently a Visiting Fellow at All Souls College, Oxford.
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