A two-day conference bringing together historians, demographers and other social scientists from France and Britain working in the field of reproductive politics.
Professor Alexandra Minna Stern (University of Michigan) on eugenic sterilization in California: 24 November 2016
Leah Astbury will be staying in Cambridge this academic year as a Society for Renaissance Studies Postdoctoral Fellow with matching funding from the Isaac Newton Trust.
A talk Dr Lisa Smith (University of Essex) took place in the Whipple Museum on 31 March 2016.
As High-Rise opens in British cinemas, Jesse Olszynko-Gryn writes in the Guardian’s H-Word blog about how J.G. Ballard’s novel reflected contemporary animal research and fears of urban overcrowding.
Cambridge historians of medicine and biology are using a Wellcome strategic award to take a concerted approach to the history of reproduction. The cross-disciplinary group of researchers will offer fresh perspectives on issues ranging from ancient fertility rites to IVF. Building on a lively field of historical investigation, this will provide a fresh basis for policy and public debate.