Gestation: Bodies and Technologies
Gestation is an incontrovertibly universal yet deeply varied experience, with complex concerns arising recently through the rollback of women’s rights, gestational inequalities, neo-natal trajectories, imbrication in neo-fascist discourse and novel methods for reproduction, kinship and care.
This roundtable focuses on bodies and technologies as sites of gestational realities, bringing together an exceptional group of international scholars to share their wide-ranging disciplinary perspectives on the theme.
Lunch will be served before the event from 12.30pm.
Contact and booking details
- Kieran Teasdale
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