Jan. 07, 2004
Noted disability scholar Adrienne Asch to visit University of Michigan
DATE: Jan. 12-13, 2004
WHO: Adrienne Asch, a renowned advocate, author and teacher specializing in disability rights, feminism and bioethics. Asch is the Henry R. Luce Professor in Biology, Ethics and the Politics of Human Reproduction at Wellesley College. Asch has published work on the ethical, political, psychological and social issues in disability, prenatal testing, surrogacy, visual impairment, and abortion and more recently has focused on ethical and disability issues in assisted reproduction.
EVENTS: Asch will participate in three events while at U-M:
SPONSOR: U-M Life Sciences, Values and Society Program
CONTACT: Pamela Clouser McCann, project manager for the Life Sciences, Values and Society Program, (734) 647-4571.
WEB LINKS: Life Sciences, Values and Society Program
Contact: Colleen Newvine