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Researching Assisted Reproduction in Israel/Palestine: A Fertile Ground for Mayhem – by Dr Sigrid Vertommen

Blog-post by Dr Sigrid Vertommen On 17 January I was invited to Warwick University for a lecture on reproductive politics and resistance in Israel/Palestine. The talk addressed the variegated ways in which Palestinians and Israelis are protesting Israel’s (assisted) reproductive politics. … Continue reading

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Launch of Bios ‘Repro’ Reading Group at King’s, led by Sigrid Vertommen, Giulia Cavaliere and by Anneleen Kenis

Reproduction and Resistance: Making Babies in the 21st Century King’s College London Reading Group, November 2017 – June 2018 Description Women’s reproductive bodies have been at the frontline of various bio/necropolitical projects of liberal modernity, including capitalist industrialisation, colonial settlement, … Continue reading

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