Lina-Maria Murillo

Lina-Maria Murillo

Assistant Professor of Gender, Women's and Sexuality Studies, and History, University of Iowa

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About Lina-Maria

Murillo focuses on the history of reproduction and race in the United States. Overarching themes in Murillo's writing include the history of the birth control movement, abortion, immigration, eugenics, and population control, as well as issues pertaining to gender, sexuality, and race.

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"Before Roe v. Wade, U.S. Residents Sought Safer Abortions in Mexico," Lina-Maria Murillo, Perspective, The Washington Post, September 3, 2021.
"In the Service of White Supremacy: Immigration and Reproductive Violence," Lina-Maria Murillo, Notches, December 8, 2020.