‘‘The Intersections of Class and Race: Imagining an Ethnography of the Reproductive Lives of Class-Privileged Women of Color,’’ is an academic talk by Khiara M. Bridges, PhD, sponsored by the Departments of History, Philosophy, and Anthropology; the Law and Society Program; and the Oberlin SIC.
A pizza lunch for students and an opportunity to meet Bridges will be held the day of the talk at 12 p.m., in Wilder 215.
Bridges is a professor of law and professor of anthropology at Boston University. She has written many articles concerning race, class, reproductive rights, and the intersection of the three.
Her scholarship has appeared or will soon appear in the Harvard Law Review, Stanford Law Review, the Columbia Law Review, the California Law Review, and the Virginia Law Review, among others. She is also the author of three books: Reproducing Race: An Ethnography of Pregnancy as a Site of Racialization (2011); The Poverty of Privacy Rights (2017); and Critical Race Theory: A Primer (2019).
She sits on the Academic Advisory Council of Law Students for Reproductive Justice, and she is a coeditor of a reproductive justice book series that is published under the imprint of the University of California Press.