CHLS Workshop: Reproductive Expectations
Disruption, Transgression and Re-Configuration
Exchanges across Anthropology, Law, and Social Policy
The Centre for Health, Law & Society at the University of Bristol Law School welcomes you to a virtual workshop that brings together scholars of reproduction working across the fields of anthropology, law, and social policy. We are interested in what the disruption and transgression of reproductive expectations can reveal about social responses to policy and law, and what consequences for (reproductive) governance arise. We will critically-engage how non-compliance with policy and law is performed relationally to compliance with competing ideologies, philosophies, and expectations. The interdisciplinary exchange will take place across two linked panels:
Panel 1 (1:30-2:35pm)
1:30pm: Welcome, Dr Ben Kasstan (University of Bristol Law School)
1:35-2:35pm, Panel 1: Chaired by Professor Marie-Andrée Jacob School of Law, University of Leeds
2:40-2:55, Inclusion in Policy Response Dr Sandra Duffy University of Bristol Law School; Lawyers for Choice
A Call for Trans Inclusion in Reproductive Justice
Panel 2 (3:00-4:00pm)
Chaired by Professor Sheelagh McGuinness University of Bristol Law School
If you are interested in attending, please register via Eventbrite.
Please note you will receive a joining link for this event on 25th October, this will allow us to welcome as many people as possible to attend the event.
Feel free to contact the co-convenor Ben Kasstan of the virtual workshop for any further information.
Alternatively, please contact the centre Executive Assistant Paige Spicer