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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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Event on Thursday September 21st with GHSM Dr Siggie Vertommen as Part of the “Archiving from Below” Discussion Series:  Contemporary Workers’ Inquiry and Documenting Struggle

When: Thursday 21st of September, 19-22.00 Where: Mayday Rooms 88 Fleet St London EC4Y 1DH London Join us for an evening of discussion around contemporary workers’ inquiries and how different approaches might effect how we document contemporary political struggles. When Marx … Continue reading

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Register now to attend Prof Bronwyn Parry’s Inaugural Lecture March 22d: “Reproductive Labour: Exceptional for Whom? Notes from Mumbai”

We are delighted to announce Professor Bronwyn Parry’s forthcoming inaugural lecture titled “Reproductive Labour: Exceptional for Whom? Notes from Mumbai….”. When Tuesday 22 March 2016, 18.30 Where: Edmond J Safra Lecture Theatre, Ground Floor, King’s Building, Strand Campus Abstract In this lecture … Continue reading

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Sayani Mitra: “Reproductive Disruptions during Commercial Surrogacy: End of a beginning?”

We are delighted to announce a seminar by Dr Sayani Mitra (University of Goettingen, Germany) on Thursday 25 June, 2-4pm, Strand Building S 0.11.  Title: ‘Reproductive Disruptions during Commercial Surrogacy: End of a beginning?’   Sayani Mitra is a PhD. researcher at the … Continue reading

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