With this workshop, we seek to create a space for discussions that reflect on how what is at stake for women in abortion politics and the moral status of the embryo are being framed and contested in a region with different political and spiritual traditions from those in the United States. We will attend to this bioconstitutional moment in Latin American countries where abortion’s legal status is changing and place these moments in global and historical context. This workshop forms part of the ongoing inquiry of the Global Observatory Project into the development of a cosmopolitan ethics on questions at the frontiers of life.
December 10, 2021, 8:45am-12:15pm
Speakers and Presenters
Featuring: J. BENJAMIN HURLBUT, ARIZONA STATE UNIVERSITY; AZIZA AHMED, UC IRVINE; CORA FERNANDEZ ANDERSON, MT. HOLYOKE COLLEGE; AMY KRAUSS, UNIVERSITY OF CHICAGO; SANDRA PATRICIA GONZÁLEZ SANTOS, ANÁHUAC UNIVERSITY; LISA SMYTH, QUEEN’S UNIVERSITY BELFAST; BARBARA SUTTON, SUNY ALBANY; KAUSHIK SUNDER RAJAN, UNIVERSITY OF CHICAGO; NANCY SCHEPER-HUGHES, UC BERKELEY; INGRID METZLER, UNIVERSITY OF VIENNA; LUIS ESLAVA, UNIVERSITY OF KENT; LINDSAY SMITH, ARIZONA STATE UNIVERSITY; SHEILA JASANOFF, HARVARD KENNEDY SCHOOL
Global Observatory for Genome Editing, STS Program