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Reproductive Sociology Research Group
supports research and teaching on the social and cultural implications of new reproductive technologies.
ReproSoc is led by Professor Sarah Franklin at the University of Cambridge.
To Study the Production of Ignorance
“ART’s colonial present”. Reporting back from a workshop on social reproduction with Silvia Federici
Houses, Children, Animals and the Planet
Transforming Life: Mutable Materials in Reproductive Biobanks
A Triptych of Losses – Reproduction Scholars Reflect on Fertility Fest
Susie Kilshaw, Zeynep Gurtin and Katie Dow
‘Why Are You Still Wearing That?’ Reflections on Reproductive Healthcare (in Ireland) on the Anniversary of the ‘Repeal’ Referendum.
A Conversation between Hungry Giraffes, Cultivated Daphnia and Heated Worms
Borders as Reproductive Technologies
Michal Nahman and Siggie Vertommen
Why were the world’s first gene-editing babies born in China?
Rebel for Life! Generating a Movement Against Climate Change
A Review of Nuffield Council on Bioethics’ report on Genome Editing and Human Reproduction: Social and Ethical Issues [Part 2/2]
A Sociological Critique of the Relationship Between Social Media and Activism in the Repeal Movement
Papi Problems: Genealogy of a Cuban-American Family
The Worth of Female Barbadian Slaves’ Fertility
Translating Cardiac Regeneration: a Reproductive Endeavour
A Review of Nuffield Council on Bioethics’ report on Genome Editing and Human Reproduction: Social and Ethical Issues [Part 1]
The unexpected children of IVF
Thought on the Politics of Surrogacy and Extending the Potential of the Uterus