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Cordelia Freeman

Lecturer in Human Geography, University of Exeter

My research concerns the spatiality of reproductive health in Latin America. I am interested in the spatial dynamics of abortion access and the ways in which abortion prohibition has been resisted using different technologies. My interest in mobility and the regulation of mobility takes into account both bodies that move and medication and medical technologies that are transported. I examine these spatial movements through biopolitics and feminist geolegalities.

Alongside my work on abortion I am also interested in Latin American borders and geopolitics as well as the politics of representation in cultural products such as film, TV, and music videos.


  • –present
    Teaching Associate in Human Geography, University of Nottingham


  • 2015 
    University of Nottingham, PhD in Human Geography