Feminist legal scholar to talk Thursday
March 20, 2013Tweet
Ahmed is an assistant professor of law at Northeastern University School of Law. She teaches reproductive and sexual health and rights as well as international health law and property. Her scholarship is interdisciplinary and draws from public health and law methodologies, feminist theory, and literature. Her work challenges global anti-trafficking policies and addresses sex work in the context of HIV/AIDS. She also writes about the difficult landscape for Muslim minorities since 9/11.
This talk is co-sponsored by the Department of History, the Women’s Studies Program, the Sociology Department, the Journal of Women’s History, and the Program in Philosophy, Politics and Law at Binghamton University.