Lectures

Forthcoming

April 2022 Presentation at the Signs of Life conference, Leiden, NL.

June 2022 Lecture “Laying Bare the Haunted Postpartum for a Gestational Justice-To-Come” in the lecture series “Breaking the Frame: Obstetric Violence Dialogues”. University of Pretoria, South Africa.

July 2022 Panel “Feminist Futures and the Question of Birth” & presentation: “Reproductive Justice Reconceived in Abolitionist and Anarchofeminist Futures” at the Reproductive Futures Conference, Tampere University, Finland.

Past:

Lecture “The Pregnant Posthuman: Hacking the modern subject through natality, fertility and birth” at the Malmö Art Acadamy, February 2022.

Presentation on postcolonial and care-ethical perspectives on obstetric violence, Medical Humanities initiative, Koç University, Istanbul, TR, October 2021.

Class on care-ethics and intersectionality, University for Humanistic Studies, Care Ethics Department, Utrecht, NL, October 2021.

Presentation on obstetric violence & abolition. Politics of Reproduction conference, CAPPE, University of Brighton, UK, September 2021.

Lecture on birth, postpartum psychosis and the spirit of the revolution, Moeder op drift symposium, Stichting Psychiatrie en Filosofie, NL, June 2021.

“Resisting Negation: Building Solidarity with the Maternal” panel and presentation on obstetric violence and the maternal at the Care Ethics Conference, Toronto, CA, May 2021.

Lecture on obstetric violence, White Ribbon Symposium, Amsterdam, NL, March 2020.

Class on obstetric violence. Master Care-Ethics, University for Humanistic Studies, Utrecht, NL, June 2020 & 2021.

Presentation on obstetric violence, EACME, Oxford, UK, September 2019.

Lecture on the genealogy of midwifery and obstetric violence, Nordic Conference of Midwifery, Reykjavik, IS, May 2019.

Lecture on the philosophy of pregnancy, Brainwash festival, Amsterdam, NL, October 2018.

Lecture on the philosophy of pregnancy, Concerning Maternity Symposium, University for Humanistic Studies, Utrecht, NL, 2017.

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