Menstruation Matters Virtual Book Pre-Launch and Haub Law Faculty Spotlight a Thought-Provoking Success

March 11, 2022
Book Launch Faculty Spotlight Screenshot

On Wednesday, March 9, the virtual book pre-launch for Professors Crawford and Waldman’s Menstruation Matters: Challenging the Law’s Silence on Periods with a special spotlight on Haub Law faculty took place. With over 360 individuals registered for the event, it was a huge success and described by audience members as engaging, in-depth, timely, empowering, thought-provoking, and interesting. Dean Horace Anderson introduced and moderated the event followed by the authors of Menstruation Matters, Professors Bridget Crawford and Emily Gold Waldman speaking. From there, Haub Law faculty commented on various chapters of the forthcoming book, sharing their expertise as applied to it. Speaking at the event were Professors Noa Ben-Asher, Jason J. Czarnezki, Katrina Fischer Kuh, Michael M. Mushlin, Michelle S. Simon, and Leslie G. Tenzer. Throughout the virtual event, audience members interacted via the chat and had the opportunity to ask questions at the conclusion of the faculty spotlight. During the event, Professor Bridget Crawford was also recognized for being named a University Distinguished Professor. The event was met with such a positive reception that you can be sure to stay tuned for another similar discussion and panel in the coming months.  

Watch a video of the Menstruation Matters Book Talk here.


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