BU WGS Seminar Series: Aziza Ahmed
- Starts: 2:00 pm on Tuesday, February 26, 2019
- Ends: 3:30 pm on Tuesday, February 26, 2019
"Dead But Not Disabled": How Feminist Lawyers and Advocates Changed the Medical Definition of AIDS Professor Ahmed is an internationally renowned scholar of feminist legal theory, health, and human rights. Her scholarship examines the legal, regulatory and political environment that shapes health outcomes in US domestic law, US foreign policy and international law. She teaches Property Law, Reproductive and Sexual Health and Rights, and International Health Law: Governance, Development and Rights. Professor Ahmed recently completed a fellowship with the Program in Law and Public Affairs (LAPA) at Princeton University. She is currently working on a book that documents how women’s health lawyers and advocates shaped the AIDS response. She has also written extensively about abortion and reproductive health.
- Room CILSE 206C, 610 Commonwealth Ave
- Contact Name:
- Lauren Hagy