A two-day conference bringing together historians, demographers and other social scientists from France and Britain working in the field of reproductive politics was held in September 2016.
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Our fifth Reproduction on Film series was held in February and March 2016.
A conference exploring reproduction as a theme to unite diverse strands of film history was held on 23–25 September 2015.
The fourth ‘Reproduction on Film’ series was held on Wednesdays in February and March 2015.
A series of programmes exploring pregnancy and parenthood in Britain today
A star sperm donor falls in love in this light-hearted Bollywood film
Arnold Schwarzenegger becomes a mother
A screwball comedy about a surprise pregnancy
Our third series of ‘Reproduction on Film’
27 February – 21 March 2012 at the Cambridge Arts Picturehouse The second of our Reproduction on Film series -’Monstrosity’ Throughout the 20th century, films used the monstrous to explore concerns about intervention and normality. This second series of ‘Reproduction on Film’ presented works featuring various artificial and natural monsters, examining anxieties about science, sex, [...]
7 March – 23 March 2011 at the Cambridge Arts Picturehouse The first of our Reproduction on Film series – ’Reproductive Dystopias’ As part of the Generation to Reproduction Wellcome Trust Strategic Award events programme, our first ‘Reproduction on Film’ series covers the topic of Reproductive Dystopias. It presents a series of pessimistic visions of futures in which [...]
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.