Natalie Linda Jones

Dr Natalie Linda Jones, Research Fellow in The Cultural History of the NHS, Centre for the History of Medicine, University of Warwick

Dr Natalie Linda Jones is an interdisciplinary early career academic and practicing visual artist, focusing on the relationship between abortion, aesthetics and nineteenth-century literature. Previous and forthcoming publications include ‘Hanging On: Reflections on Visual Reproduction and the UK Abortion Act 1967’ (Feminist Legal Studies), ‘Dying for our Biographies: the UK Abortion Act 1967’ (forthcoming chapter in edited collection Women’s Legal Landmarks, co-authored with Dr Nicky Priaulx) and ‘Violins and Symbolic Violence: Abortion Under Arrest?’ (forthcoming chapter for Research Handbook on Art and Law).

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