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[October 18, 2023] “Undoing Suicidism: A Trans, Queer, Crip Approach to Rethinking (Assisted) Suicide (2023)”: Alexandre Baril guest talk

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Wednesday, October 18th
Online via Zoom

Join professor Alexandre Baril for a virtual talk about his latest book Undoing Suicidism: A Trans, Queer, Crip Approach to Rethinking (Assisted) Suicide (2023). The talk will take place during professor Candice Delmas’s ‘Philosophical Problems of Law and Justice’ course, but is open to everyone.

Professor Baril is an Associate Professor at the School of Social Work at the University of Ottawa. He has a PhD in Feminist and Gender Studies and works at the intersection of philosophy, bioethics, queer, trans, feminist, and crip studies, sociology of the body, political theory, and critical suicidology.

Check out these sections of Professor Baril’s book!: Introduction, Chapter 5

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