Women with Disabilities on Bioethics Issues
Tanis Doe is a researcher, speaker, and a teacher at the University of Victoria. She has a PhD in Sociology and was Fulbright Scholar in bioethics at the University of Washington. She is the principal investigator for technology and independence in a five year community-based research project in California.
The University of Denver held a Communications & Disabilities Symposium in Spring, 2002, featuring a variety of speakers including Tanis. In her presentation, Tanis talked about the assumptions behind the science of transgenics and the way that difference has become pathologized such that transgenics are now being used in efforts to reduce or eliminate differences.
Click to listen to Tanis Doe's presentation at University of Denver's Communications & Disabilities Symposium
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