Strategies For Teaching Dobbs v Jackson Women’s Health Organization


APSA’s webinar series provides political science experts with a platform to discuss breaking news and current events from unique disciplinary perspectives so other scholar-educators and members of the public are better prepared to incorporate these events and issues into their own classroom and community. “Strategies for Teaching Dobbs v Jackson Women’s Health Organization” spotlights political science scholars engaging with reproductive rights and access from a variety of perspectives.

Please view our our Strategies for Teaching Dobbs v Jackson Women’s Health Organization resource collection here (coming soon).


Strategies for Teaching Dobbs v Jackson Women’s Health Organization” was a joint APSA Publications and Teaching & Learning event. Please direct all questions to teaching@apsanet.org.


Our expert panelists include:

Julie Novkov
Interim Dean, Professor, and Collins Fellow
Political Science
Women’s, Gender & Sexuality Studies
Rockefeller College of Public Affairs and Policy
State University at Albany, SUNY
Editor, American Political Science Review

Kimala Price
Professor & Chair
Women’s Studies
San Diego State University

Renée Cramer
Professor
Law, Politics, & Society
Drake University

Gwendoline Alphonso
Associate Professor
Politics
Fairfield University


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