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Cara Jones
Cara Jones

Cara E. Jones, visiting assistant professor of women’s studies, recently presented  papers titled “Compulsory (Re)productivity and Crip Existence” and “Disability and the Contingent Body” at the 2014 National Womens Studies Association (NWSA) Conference held Nov. 13-16 in San Juan, Puerto Rico.

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