Symposium examining how public health law and policy affect, and are affected by, issues of gender, race/ethnicity, and/or socioeconomic status. Voices from a variety of disciplines shed light on the dynamic relationship between public health law and public health provision, with a particular focus on the gendered body. Sponsored by the Duke Journal of Gender Law & Policy.
Conference title: Symptoms of Public Health Policy: Invisible Injuries, the Gendered Body, and the Law
Panel title: Irrational Women: The Public Health Components of Prenatal Drug Use, Abortion & Infanticide
Appearing Janet W. Steverson (Lewis and Clark), Maya Manian (University of San Francisco Law School), Michelle Oberman (Santa Clara University School of Law), panelists
Recorded on February 27, 2009 Duke University, School of Law.