Questioning Complicity - POSTPONED
All Day seminar on gender and racial bias in medicine.
When does critical social research into health, illness and disease become complicit with gendered and racial biases? How do methodological practices enforce complicity– often through practical necessities- in the exclusion of certain gendered and racialised bodies? What are the implications and how do we challenge this tendency? This seminar will address these questions with the perspectives of speakers working within medical sociology, philosophy, and medicine. Among our speakers are Dr Gregory Hollin, University of Leeds and Dr Ros Williams, University of Sheffield.