In medical literature, uterus transplantation has commonly been described as a way of treating the last untreatable form of female infertility. However, many social scientific and feminist scholars have shown how assisted reproductive technologies do a lot more than produce healthy babies. In this presentation, I draw on such work to discuss some of the things that this innovation does, beyond producing parents and children. What norms may it enact and what norms may it challenge?

Zoom-link: https://stockholmuniversity.zoom.us/j/64078510594

A Seminar Series on Gender, Gender Equality and the Natural Sciences
The Gender Academy Stockholm University
The seminar series takes place on Thursdays between 14-15 on Zoom this semester
Organiser: Malin.Ah-King@gender.su.se