The second in the series of book discussions about Epistemic Justice and the Postcolonial University is today! Join is for this virtual event hosted by Carleton University. Please find here the registration link. More details of Epistemic Justice and the Postcolonial University (Ed. Amrita Pande, Ruchi Chaturvedi and Shari Daya) can be found at https://www.witspress.co.za/page/detail/Epistemic-Justice-and-the-Postcolonial-University/?k=9781776147847
The first in the series of book discussions about Epistemic Justice and the Postcolonial University is on Monday, October 16th at 4 pm SAST! Join is for this in-person celebration of the book, hosted by African Gender Institute at UCT. More details of Epistemic Justice and the Postcolonial University (Ed. Amrita Pande, Ruchi Chaturvedi and Shari Daya) can be found at https://www.witspress.co.za/page/detail/Epistemic-Justice-and-the-Postcolonial-University/?k=9781776147847
If you are in the Harvard/MIT region on October 5th, join me as I talk about the inherent whiteness of the global fertility industry, hosted by Weatherhead Center for International Affairs at Harvard University. Join us!
If you are in Freiburg in May, join me as I talk about the inherent whiteness of the global fertility industry, hosted by the global studies program at Uni Frei, May 22, 12 pm.
I will be presenting a social justice perspective on “Equity, Access, and Cost Considerations Associated with IVG”, at a National Academies of Sciences, Engineering, and Medicine (NASEM) public workshop on In Vitro Derived Human Gametes as a Reproductive Technology: Scientific, Ethical, Regulatory, Legal and Clinical Implications, Washington DC, April 19-21. Join us on this critical conversation about new repro-genetic technologies.
Join me and other panelists on March 28th, 2023, as we talk about Reproductive Genome editing, hosted by the Centre for Genetics and Society.
I am looking forward to another launch of Birth Controlled, this time by the Institute for South Asia Studies at University of California, Berkeley.
Annual public lecture Department of Sociology, Kamala Nehru College :
I reflect on my work on reproductive justice in the Global South.
Routledge Handbook of Critical Studies in Whiteness: see the video for some wonderful discussions around the future of critical whiteness studies. I reflect on my work on transnational reproduction, cross border egg provision and race – based preferences in gamete selection.
February 17, 1600 to 17:30am SA time
Transnational Feminist Itineraries Book Launch: see the video for some wonderful discussions around the future of transnational feminism.
October 25th, 10:00am to 11:30am EST
Speaking about the fertility industry at my alma mater KMC, with everyone’s favourite Prof Saumyajit Bhattacharya! Cannot wait…Join us if you can.
October 7th, 2.30 pm IST
Bern, Strasbourg and Berlin talks
A short Schengen stopover from Sept 27 to Oct 10th. University of Bern for a talk hosted by the dept of Human Geography and a multimedia theatre workshop Sept 28- till Sept 30th, University of Strasbourg on Oct 1, hosted by SAGE and then a keynote at University of Humboldt, Berlin for the Diverse Family conference, Oct 7 and 8th.
Sept 28th, 2021
After a chain of online launches, I am looking forward to the first in -person launch of my book Birth Controlled (Manchester University Press, 2022) on October 6th! Thanks to the African Gender Institute and Dr Yaliwe Clarke for hosting it!
Online launch of Birth Controlled, thanks to the wonderful hosts Aparajeeta and Deepali from Doing Sociology and Dr Dr. Chattopadhyay from Flame University, Pune.