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ReproSoc

Reproductive Sociology Research Group

Studying at Cambridge

 

Publications

2016

Dow, K. (2016). Making a Good Life: An Ethnography of Nature, Ethics and Reproduction. Princeton University Press. 

Dow, K. (2016). Seeing with Dolphins: Reflections on the Salience of Cetaceans. In Thinking about Animals in the Age of the Anthropocene. eds. Morten Tønnessen, Kristin Armstrong Oma and Silver Rattasepp. Lanham, MD: Lexington Books.

Dow, K. (2016). 'What gets left behind for future generations? Reproduction and the environment in Spey Bay, Scotland', Journal of the Royal Anthropological Institute 22 (3): 1-17. DOI: 10.1111/1467-9655.12451

Peri-Rotem, N. (2016). “Religion and fertility in Western Europe: trends across cohorts in Britain, France and the Netherlands”. European Journal of Population, 32(2), 231-265.

Pralat, R. (2016). Between Future Families and Families of Origin: Talking about Gay Parenthood across Generations. In S. Pooley and K. Qureshi (eds), Parenting between Generations: Transforming Reproductive Cultures (pp. 43-64). Oxford: Berghahn Books.

van de Wiel, L. (2016). "Embryonic Entanglements: A Visual Analysis of Time-lapse Embryo Imaging." Assisted Reproduction Across Borders: Feminist Perspectives on Normalizations, Disruptions and Transmissions. Eds. Merete Lie and Nina Lykke. New York and Oxon: Routledge.

van de Wiel, L. (2016). "Frozen Fertility" ["Bevroren Vruchtbaarheid"]. Dutch Journal for Gender Studies. 19 (2): 286-8.

2015

Dow, K. (2015). ‘A Nine-Month Head-Start’: The Maternal Bond and Surrogacy. Ethnos, 1-19.

Dow, K., and Boydell, V. (2015). Introduction: Nature and Ethics Across Geographical, Rhetorical and Human Borders. Ethnos

Gürtin, Z. B., Inhorn M. C., and Tremayne S. (2015) Islam and Assisted Reproduction in the Middle East: Comparing ‘Secular’ Turkey, Shia Iran, and the Sunni Arab World. In The Changing World Religion Map: Sacred Places, Identities, Practices and Politics. New York: Springer.

Pralat, R. (2015). Repro-sexual intersections: sperm donation, HIV prevention and the public interest in semen. Reproductive biomedicine online30(3), 211-219. 

van de Wiel, L. (2015). "Freezing in Anticipation: Eggs for Later." Women's Studies International Forum. 53 (November-December): 119-128. 

2014

Franklin, S. (2014). Analogic return: The reproductive life of conceptuality. Theory, Culture & Society, (1)

Franklin, S. (2014). Rethinking reproductive politics in time, and time in UK reproductive politics: 1978‐2008. Journal of the Royal Anthropological Institute, 20(S1), 109-125.

Gürtin, Z. B. (2014) Assumed, promised, forbidden: infertility, IVF and fatherhood in Turkey. In Globalized Fatherhood. New York, New York: Berghahn. 

van de Wiel, L. (2014). For Whom the Clock Ticks: Reproductive Ageing and Egg Freezing in Dutch and British News Media. Studies in the Maternal. 6 (1). 

van de Wiel, L. (2014). The Time of the Change: Menopause’s Medicalization and the Gender Politics of Aging. International Journal of Feminist Approaches to Bioethics. 7 (1): 74-98. doi: 10.2979/intjfemappbio.7.1.74

2013

Dow, K. (2013). Building a Stable Environment in Scotland: Planning Parenthood in a Time of Ecological Crisis. Parenting in Global Perspective: Comparative Studies in Kinship, Self and Politics, 36-50.

Franklin, S. (2013). Biological relatives: IVF, stem cells, and the future of kinship. Duke University Press.

Franklin, S. (2013). Conception through a looking glass: the paradox of IVF. Reproductive biomedicine online27(6), 747-755.

Franklin, S. (2013). Embryo Watching. How IVF Has Remade Biology.TECNOSCIENZA: Italian Journal of Science & Technology Studies4(1), 23-44.

Franklin, S. (2013). From blood to genes? Rethinking consanguinity in the context of geneticization. Blood and kinship: matter for metaphor from ancient Rome to the present, 285-306. 

Franklin, S. (2013). In Vitro Anthropos: New Conception Models for a Recursive Anthropology?. Cambridge Anthropology31(1), 3-32.

Franklin, S. (2013). The HFEA in context. Reproductive biomedicine online26(4), 310-312.

Franklin, S. (2013) Transforming Kinship. eLS.

2012

Dow, K. (2012). "You're Gonna Get what you Pay for": Gay Parents and Transnational Surrogacy. Anthropology News, 53(4) 

Franklin, S. (2012). Anthropology of Biomedicine and Bioscience. In Sage Handbook of Social Anthropology (pp. 42-55). London: Sage.

Franklin, S. (2012). Five million miracle babies later: the anthropology of IVF. University of Chicago Press.

Gürtin, Z. B. (2012). Assisted reproduction in secular Turkey: Regulation, rhetoric, and the role of religion. Islam and assisted reproductive technologies: Sunni and Shia perspectives.

Gürtin, Z.B. (2012). Evaluating egg-sharing: The experiences, attitudes and opinions of egg-share donors and recipients. Bionews, 653. London: Progress Educational Trust.

Gürtin, Z.B. (2012). IVF Practitioners as Interface Agents between the Local and the Global: The localization of IVF in Turkey. In Reproductive Technologies as Global Form. Frankfurt: Campus Verlag.

Gürtin, Z. B., Ahuja, K., & Golombok, S. (2012). Emotional and relational aspects of egg-sharing: egg-share donors' and recipients' feelings about each other, each others' treatment outcome and any resulting children. Human reproduction27(6), 1690-1701.

Gürtin, Z. B., Ahuja, K., & Golombok, S. (2012). Egg-sharing, consent and exploitation: examining egg-share donors’ and recipients’ circumstances and retrospective reflections. Ethics Biosci Life24(7), 698-708.

Gürtin, Z. B., Inhorn, M. C., & Tremayne, S. (2015). Islam and Assisted Reproduction in the Middle East: Comparing the Sunni Arab World, Shia Iran and Secular Turkey. In The Changing World Religion Map (pp. 3137-3153). Netherlands: Springer.

Gürtin, Z.B., Golombok, S. and Ahuja, K. (2012) Egg-share donors’ and recipients’ knowledge, motivations and concerns: clinical and policy implications. Clinical Ethics. 7: 183-192.

Gürtin, Z.B. and Vayena, E. (2012). Reproductive Donation: Global Perspectives and Cultural Diversity. In Reproductive Donation: Bioethics, Policy and Practice. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.

Inhorn, M., & Gürtin, Z. B. (2012). Infertility and Assisted Reproduction in the Muslim Middle East: Social, Religious, and Resource Considerations. ObGyn Monograph, 24-29.

Pennings, G. and Gürtin, Z.B. (2012). The Legal and Ethical Regulation of Transnational Donation. In Reproductive Donation: Bioethics, Policy and Practice. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.