Call For Papers – February 22-23, 2002. The End of Natural Motherhood Bioethics Conference.

To be held in Tulsa, Oklahoma. Sponsored by the Ethics Center at Oklahoma State University. Featured Speakers: Jeremy Rifkin, President of the Foundation on Economic Trends; Thomas Murray, President of the Hastings Center; Rosemarie Tong, Center for Professional & Applied Ethics, UNC-Charlotte. “We invite submissions for presentation at this conference, on the topics of ectogenesis/artificial womb technology, genetic engineering, and the impact of reproductive technologies on social relationships and values. We strongly encourage essays on the topic of ectogenesis/artificial womb technology.”

February 22-23, 2002. The End of Natural Motherhood? The Artificial Womb and Designer Babies.

To be held in Tulsa, Oklahoma. Sponsored by the Ethics Center at Oklahoma State University. Featured Speakers: Jeremy Rifkin, President of the Foundation on Economic Trends; Thomas Murray, President of the Hastings Center; Rosemarie Tong, Center for Professional & Applied Ethics, UNC-Charlotte. Call for papers:We invite submissions for presentation at this conference, on the topics of ectogenesis/artificial womb technology, genetic engineering, and the impact of reproductive technologies on social relationships and values. We strongly encourage essays on the topic of ectogenesis/artificial womb technology. Submission details: Papers must be 8-12 typed, double-spaced pages, and accompanied by an abstract of 350 to 500 words. Email submissions will be accepted if the paper is attached to a cover letter indicating author’s name, title, and school affiliation, and send to Scott Gelfand at [email protected] Documents must be in Word, WordPerfect, HTML, PDF, or plain-text format. The e-mail and postmark deadline for submissions is December 15, 2001. The conference will publish an anthology of selected papers presented at the conference. Send paper submissions to: Scott Gelfand, Ethics Center Director, Philosophy Department, 308 Hanner Hall, Oklahoma State University, Stillwater, OK 74078-5064. Phone: (405) 744-9238; Fax: (405) 744-4635. Email: [email protected] or the website at: http://philosophy.okstate.edu/ethicscenter.htm