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The Travelling Concept of Reproductive Justice: Challenges for Intersectional Feminist Agendas

Tuesday, 25.1.2022, 18.00 h (UTC+01, Berlin)

The concept of reproductive justice was introduced by Black feminists in the USA in the 1990s with the claim to address structural inequalities related to abortion, contraception, pregnancy, birth and motherhood. More recently, it has been increasingly taken up by feminist intersectional politics in various contexts. In her lecture, Dr. Susanne Schultz (Goethe-Universität Frankfurt am Main) will introduce the foci and orientations of this political-theoretical framework. She will point out new insights and also challenges for a feminist politics of reproduction linked to the claim of reproductive justice. And she will present some preliminary results of her ongoing research on reproductive justice in feminist activism in Brazil.

Moderation: Dr. Clara Ruvituso (IAI; Mecila – Maria Sibylla Merian Centre Conviviality-­Inequality in Latin America)

Lecture Series “Diversity / Medialities”

Ibero-Amerikanisches Institut
Research Area “Medialities of Conviviality” of Mecila Mecila – Maria Sibylla Merian Centre Conviviality-­Inequality in Latin America (sponsored by BMBF)

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