Grateful for the chance to contribute to the NYT article on this important conversation. See NYT: https://www.nytimes.com/2022/01/22/upshot/abortion-us-roe-global.html Also linked here: https://news.yahoo.com/abortion-law-u-unusual-without-165053636.html @clairecm
I’m grateful to have my research and publications during the COVID-19 pandemic recognized with the 2021 Women of Distinction Award. I’ve been fortunate to work in fantastic international teams on projects funded by the WHO and the ERC about reproductive health and policies. We really pulled together to manage pandemic difficulties and ensure our projects run successfully despite the many challenges in the last 2 years.
Also nice to see my colleague and collaborator on another study (on LGB healthcare) Lindsay Taliaferro at UCF’s College of Medicine among the awardees.
Thank you Thaís Ferraz at the O Estado de S. Paulo/Estadão, São Paulo, Brazil, newspaper, for letting me contribute to this important piece on the erosion of democracy in Poland (after the section about Hungary): https://www.estadao.com.br/infograficos/internacional,hungria-de-orban-reprime-imprensa-e-universidades,1179826
Thank you Eleonora Cirant for letting me contribute to il Fatto Quotidiano.it “Polonia, le voci delle donne in piazza contro la legge che vieta l’aborto: così la loro lotta è diventata simbolo di libertà“
Exciting news – I’m on research leave in 2020-2021 to lead the WHO study “Policy Implementation – Access to Safe Abortion Services in the Republic of Ireland,” which examines barriers and facilitators to policy implementation since the start of service in 2019. I am the Principal Investigator for our international team of researchers based mainly in Ireland, but also in the US, and the UK.
I am also continuing my collaborative work with colleagues in Spain, Italy, and France.
This also means I’m not teaching any courses until fall 2021.
All the best and stay well!
The Culture, Agriculture, Food and Environment journal editors published an interview with Sarah Davenport, former honors student and now a PhD student at Brown University, about her research and article “Whose Sustainability? An Analysis of a Community Farming Program’s Food Justice and Environmental Sustainability Agenda,” (2019, 41(1):56-65).
She summarizes her work as follows: “My research agenda is broadly concerned with black and brown liberation, food and environmental justice, and agroecology. This article is part of the foundation of my research agenda; it scrutinizes that which is taken for granted as ‘good’ (sustainability) and brings light to issues which have long been neglected in black and brown communities across the United States.”
Sarah’s doctoral research is in the Lower Ninth Ward neighborhood in New Orleans, Louisiana. The full interview is here.