A special issue of Studies in History and Philosophy of Biological and Biomedical Sciences reflects on the social, medical and technological shifts that have shaped pregnancy since the turn of the twentieth century.
The Wellcome Trust has made a three-year Strategic Award for completion of the Casebooks Project.
Congratulations to Jim Secord on the publication of his new book.
Leah Astbury looks at narratives of reproduction in the 16th and 17th centuries.
Rebecca Flemming will give the Tenth Cambridge Wellcome Lecture in the History of Medicine on Thursday 15 January 2015.
Continuing the series of Festival of Ideas debates held by members of the ‘Generation to Reproduction’ project, this debate considers whether, historically, menstruation is best understood as necessary to a woman’s health.
Jenny Bangham has been awarded the 2014 Marc-Auguste Pictet Prize for her PhD thesis.
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.