2009 | The Symptoms of Public Health Policy: Invisible Injuries, the Gendered Body, and the Law

Event Title

"Irrational Women": The Public Health Components of Prenatal Drug Use, Abortion, and Infanticide

Location

Duke Law School

Start Date

27-2-2009 9:15 AM

End Date

27-2-2009 10:30 AM

Description

Janet Steverson, Professor, Lewis and Clark Law School “Prenatal Drug Exposure: The Impetus for Overreaction by the Legal Community or a Serious Problem Needing a Serious Solution?”

• Maya Manian, Associate Professor, University of San Francisco Law School “The Irrational Woman: Informed Consent and Abortion Decision-Making After Gonzales v. Carhart”

• Michelle Oberman, Professor, Santa Clara University School of Law “Eva’s Baby: A Narrative Essay on the Public Health Components of Infanticide.”

Related Paper

Maya Maninan, The Irrational Woman: Informed Consent and Abortion Decision-Making, 16 Duke Journal of Gender Law & Policy 223-292 (2009)
Available at: http://scholarship.law.duke.edu/djglp/vol16/iss2/3

Related Paper II

Janet W. Steverson & Traci Rieckman PhD, Legislating for the Provision of Comprehensive Substance Abuse Treatment Programs for Pregnant and Mothering Women, 16 Duke Journal of Gender Law & Policy 315-346 (2009)
Available at: http://scholarship.law.duke.edu/djglp/vol16/iss2/5

Related Paper III

Michelle Oberman, Eva and Her Baby (A Story of Adolescent Sex, Pregnancy, Longing, Love, Loneliness, and Death), 16 Duke Journal of Gender Law & Policy 213-222 (2009)
Available at: http://scholarship.law.duke.edu/djglp/vol16/iss2/2

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"Irrational Women": The Public Health Components of Prenatal Drug Use, Abortion, and Infanticide

Duke Law School

Janet Steverson, Professor, Lewis and Clark Law School “Prenatal Drug Exposure: The Impetus for Overreaction by the Legal Community or a Serious Problem Needing a Serious Solution?”

• Maya Manian, Associate Professor, University of San Francisco Law School “The Irrational Woman: Informed Consent and Abortion Decision-Making After Gonzales v. Carhart”

• Michelle Oberman, Professor, Santa Clara University School of Law “Eva’s Baby: A Narrative Essay on the Public Health Components of Infanticide.”