Clara offers talks and workshops on neonaticide prevention designed for college students and professionals in higher education and criminal justice.
These lectures offer a comprehensive introduction to the shocking realities of pregnancy denial and newborn infant killing in the U.S. today. Drawing on an interdisciplinary array of sources from statistics, forensic psychiatry, history, medicine, and women’s studies, Clara's talks demonstrates that neonaticide is an invisible, yet pressing, public health problem that demands immediate action. The talk equips audience members with the knowledge needed to not only understanding why these tragedies happen but also intervene to save lives.
She also speaks on the nature of crime, harm and law. Talk titles include:
Harm without Crime: Understanding Social and Cultural Violence and
The Limitations of Law: Understanding Crime’s Dark Figure
To book a talk, please email: firstname.lastname@example.org