Laura Dawes, who has been events and outreach officer on the Generation to Reproduction project since February, is moving on. Laura will be a visiting scholar at CHSTM in Manchester and then based in the United States, concentrating on her new book on the industrial disease “phossy jaw” and developing her consultancy work in science [...]
Jim Secord, Principal Investigator, discusses his work on the Darwin Correspondence Project.
Leah Astbury discusses her work on pregnancy and childbirth in early modern England
Martin Johnson, Principal Investigator, discusses his work on the history of IVF.
Peter Jones, Principal Investigator, discusses his work on medieval medical books.
John Forrester, Principal Investigator, discusses his work on Robert Stoller and gender identity.
Cambridge Interdisciplinary Reproduction Forum (CIRF) announces the 9th annual Interdisciplinary Workshop on Reproduction on the topic of “Communicating Reproduction”
Principal Investigator Lauren Kassell announces the sixth release in the Casebooks Project.
Congratulations to Karin on her new job at St. John’s College, Maryland
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.