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From Pathology to ‘Born Perfect’: The Role of Scientific Authority in Campaigns to Ban Conversion Therapy

Joanna Wuest, Society of Fellows

Thu, 2/13 · 12:00 pm-1:20 pm · 16 Joseph Henry House

Humanities Council; Department of Slavic Languages and Literatures

The first meeting in the Spring 2020 Bodies of Knowledge Working Group series.

The Bodies of Knowledge Working Group is supported by the Humanities Council and aims to engage faculty, staff, and graduate students in questions around embodiment from a wide range of viewpoints including the medical humanities, disability studies, art history and aesthetics, and environmental studies. In particular, the group hopes to foster intellectual partnerships with those within and beyond the humanities who share a critical interest in exploring and expanding the multidisciplinary conversations surrounding bodies, their environs, and their representations. The group is organized by Elena Fratto (Slavic) efratto@princeton.edu or Natalie Prizel (Englsih; Society of Fellows) nprizel@princeton.edu.

For more information and upcoming meetings, visit: https://humanities.princeton.edu/initiatives/reading-and-discussion-groups/#working-groups

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