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1 September 2021 - 1 September 2021

5:30PM - 7:00PM

Online (Zoom)

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Everyone is welcome to our Late Summer Lecture Series 2021, as we roam across The Past, Present, and Future in literature and culture.

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Reading her selected texts as mirrors to our own (bio)political climate, Katie's lecture will aim to show how reproductive politics are inextricable from the dystopian novel. Katie’s research brings together elements of queer theory, ecocriticism, intersectional feminist theory, and bioethics to explore how dystopian novels challenge current attitudes and legislations concerning surrogacy.




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