Jadwiga E. Pieper Mooney attended the Translating Feminism 2018 Conference in Glasgow this June, the third of three international conferencesdedicated to subjects of Translating Feminism: Transfer, Transgression, Transformation (1945–Present). See https://translatingfeminism.org/ for exciting information on the events, and for links to related subjects and literature. Her Glasgow presentation focused on Translations of Motherhood: The Reproductive Body, Benevolent Maternalism, and Feminist Activism.
Translating Feminism is a Leverhulme Trust International Network exploring the global reach of second and third wave feminist writing and women’s movements
Next, she gave a lecture at the Universität zu Köln, Germany, where she was invited to share part of her new work on Traveling Experts: Doctors, Demographers, and the Politics of Science in the Cold War.
In July, she attended the Biennial Conference of the Society for the Social History of Medicine (SSHM) in Liverpool, UK, and presented a paper titled Subversive Doctors: The Politics of Medical Professionalism under Military Dictatorship in Chile, 1973-1990.