Jamie Huber, Ph.D., a candidate for the Women's Studies Program open faculty position, will present "An Introduction to Reproductive Justice" at 3 p.m. Friday, May 3, in room 260 in McGannon Hall. Everyone is welcome and a reception will follow the talk.
About the talk
In this this interactive teaching demonstration, Huber will cover introductory reproductive justice issues. Audience members will gain an understanding of the purpose for a reproductive justice framework by participating in a discussion based on defining the three reproductive frameworks and the relationships among them, before learning about the history and background of the reproductive justice framework. Huber will also discuss some current reproductive justice issues and activism, while creating space for audience members to share their own experiences.
About the candidate
Jamie Huber, Ph.D., is the program coordinator for the Center for Women and Gender and a lecturer in women and gender studies at Utah State University. In these positions she coordinates gender-focused educational programming and outreach and teaches core undergraduate and graduate women and gender studies courses. Jamie received her doctoral in speech communication, along with a graduate certificate in women's studies, from Southern Illinois University at Carbondale in 2011. She has taught women's studies courses for seven years and has also been involved in several gender-focused campus and community groups.