Join us for a unique opportunity to delve into the intersection of important issues and Jewish traditions at our Saturday morning text study with Dr. Felicia Kornbluh, a leading expert in the field of reproductive rights and women’s studies.
The topic of discussion will be “Reproductive Rights, Justice, and Jewish Traditions.”
Dr.Felicia Kornbluh (she/her) is a writer, activist, and professor who specializes in the histories of feminism, gender, social welfare, and reproductive politics. She is Professor of History and of Gender, Sexuality, and Women’s Studies, and affiliated faculty member in Jewish Studies, at the University of Vermont. She is the author or coauthor of three books, including A WOMAN’S LIFE IS A HUMAN LIFE: My Mother, Our Neighbor, and the Journey from Reproductive Rights to Reproductive Justice (Grove, 2023).
Kornbluh writes regularly for the scholarly and popular press, including for The American Prospect, Washington Post, and The Forward, and is a former member of the Vermont Commission on Women and Board of Trustees of Planned Parenthood of Northern New England, as well as President of United Academics, the University of Vermont faculty union (AFT/AAUP). She serves at present as vice president of the board of Planned Parenthood of Vermont Action Fund.
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