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Reproductive Justice in Global Contexts (7,5 credits)
This course explores how gender, class, race/ethnicity, ability, sexual orientation, immigration status, criminalization status, and other multifaceted identities shape a person’s ability to self-determine their reproductive destiny.
The course will utilize readings, films, and guest speakers to understand the socioeconomic and political contexts in which reproduction is situated: first, in the United States, where the RJ framework originated; then, in Sweden and other countries with different approaches to RJ. Topics include intersectional, anti-racism, feminist, and critical public health perspectives on abortion, adoption, birth, contraception, fertility, health care, parenting, pregnancy, sterilization, and surrogacy.

Organizer: Centre for Gender Research, Uppsala University
Submitted by: NIKK
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