A conference on Sex, Disease and Fertility in History will be held at CRASSH on 28–30 September 2015.
Exploring reproduction as a theme to unite diverse strands of film history: 23–25 September 2015
Sarah Franklin and Martin Johnson have launched a new journal, Reproductive Biomedicine & Society Online.
Nick Hopwood and Hannah Landecker gave lectures as part of a workshop put on by the IVF Histories and Cultures Project.
The University of Chicago Press has published ‘Haeckel’s Embryos: Images, Evolution, and Fraud’ by Nick Hopwood.
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.