Looking back at the struggle that, two years ago, defeated a historic anti-abortion bill in Poland.
Ewa Majewska is a feminist philosopher of culture working as an adiunct professor at the University of Warsaw’s Department of Liberal Arts. She was a visiting fellow at the University of California, Berkeley, as well as a stipended fellow at the University of Orebro (Sweden), IWM (Vienna), and ICI Berlin. She is the author of three monographs; the co-editor of four volumes on neoliberalism, politics, gender and education; and has published widely online.
A proposed abortion ban in Poland would subject women to surveillance, criminalization, and even more economic hardship.