Newcomb Institute works to discover solutions to intractable gender problems by conducting research, providing education, and promoting community engagement surrounding reproductive rights and reproductive health.
Dr. Clare Daniel, Newcomb Institute's Administrative Associate Professor, leads the Institute's research and programming on reproductive rights and reproductive health. Dr. Daniel coordinates student programming related to reproductive politics, health, and justice, including the Reproductive Rights and Reproductive Health Internship program for undergraduates.
You can view Dr. Clare Daniel's faculty profile here.
The Reproductive Justice Faculty Working Group, a group of around 50 Tulane faculty, is dedicated to developing interdisciplinary collaboration, courses, and research relating to reproductive rights and reproductive health. Current members represent the Tulane School of Communications, Law, Public Health, Social Work, Science and Engineering, and Liberal Arts. The Reproductive Justice Faculty Working Group meets throughout the school year for reading group discussions and speaker series. Anyone interested in joining can email email@example.com
At Tulane, Newcomb Institute faculty offers the following courses focused on reproductive rights and health:
To learn more about community partners and internship program partners, visit our Reproductive Rights and Reproductive Health Internship Program web page and our Feminist Summer Internship Program web page.
Letters: Amendment 1 would hurt Louisiana families, October 2020
CPS offers remote, distanced service-learning, September 2020
Tulane Students Participate in Fights for Reproductive Justice, September 2019
Abortion wars: In Louisiana, softer tone paves way for sharp restrictions, Christian Science Monitor, May 2019
Stop Using Teen Pregnancy Prevention as Justification for Sex Ed, The Hill, 2018
Reproductive Rights in Danger on Court, The Advocate, 2018