Sarah Richardson Gender and Science at the Interface of Mother and Fetus

Thursday, April 09, 7:30 PM
Venue: TBD
Ticket: Free
Season: 2009-10

Does a growing fetus inherit more from its mother than just DNA? Drawing from research on a century’s worth of scientists’ answers to this bedeviling question, historian and Associate Professor at Harvard University Sarah Richardson explores what the study of the mystery of effects of the mother on the fetus can reveal about the interaction between gender and scientific ways of knowing in the molecular age. 

 

The Center for Values in Medicine, Science and Technology lecture series is co-sponsored by and in partnership with the Galerstein Women’s Center, the Gender Studies Program, Rainbow Guard and Pro-choice Feminist Alliance. For details, visit values.utdallas.edu 

 



For more information contact:
Magdalena Grohman
mggrohman@utdallas.edu
972-883-4940


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