Germaine Greer Holds Public Lecture in UL on Consequences of Reproductive Technology on Women.
As part of a major international three-day conference on “Women and Ageing”, Germaine Greer held a public lecture at the University of Limerick, discussing the ways in which motherhood is being dismembered, so that the genetic mother, the womb mother and the legal mother may all be different individuals. Dr Greer’s address explored the consequences of reproductive technology for women and raised questions about their implications for women’s autonomy.
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from left to right: Dr Cathy McGlynn, Germaine Greer, Dr Michaela Schrage-Frueh, Dr Maggie O’Neill
Germaine Greer with Dr Maggie O’Neill, Prof. Meg Harper, Dr Cathy McGlynn and Dr Michaela Schrage-Frueh. Pic Sean Curtin Fusionshooters.
Ieva, Nicole, Caroline and Theresa
Video message from Micheline Sheehy Skeffington
Franziska Kroh about to show her documentary “Three Conditions”
Lunch in Plassey House
Conference Dinner: Ieva Stoncikaite, Nicole McKenna, Theresa Wray, Caroline Coyle, Pauline O’Connor, Zuzanna Sanches
Ainna Fawcett-Henesy and Jo Slade
Conference organisers: Cathy McGlynn, Michaela Schrage-Früh, Maggie O’Neill
Roundtable: Billy O’Connor, Gisela Holfter, Tina O’Toole, Sue George
Roundtable: Catherine Marshall, Ailbhe Smyth, Billy O’Connor
Meg Harper’s Keynote on “The Problem of Crazy Jane”
Patricia Moran’s Keynote
Cathy McGlynn introducing Germaine Greer
Germaine Greer Public Reading
Closing Remarks: Michaela and Maggie
Michaela, Maggie and Cathy
Medbh McGuckian and Germaine Greer
Ailbhe Smyth, Billy O’Connor – and a brain!
Roundtable: Catherine Marshall, Ailbhe Smyth, Billy O’Connor, Gisela Holfter