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Reproductive Sociology Research Group


4 May 2022: 

2.00pm: Welcome

Edmée Ballif, University of Cambridge

2.10pm: Introduction

Sarah Franklin, University of Cambridge

2.30pm: Feeding the reproductive body in a contaminated world

Norah MacKendrick, Rutgers University

3.30pm: Break

4.00pm: Soy, men's infertility and the racialization of metabolism

Janelle Lamoreaux, University of Arizona

5.00pm: End


5 May 2022:

1:30pm: The realities of domestic foodwork in the context of low income: housing as a constraint on family food provisioning in the UK, Portugal and Norway

Rebecca O’Connell, University College London

2:30pm: Contextualising breastfeeding: gender, relationships and contemporary parenting culture

Charlotte Faircloth, University College London

3:30pm: Break

3:45pm: Milk for a new generation? The ontological, political and ethical possibilities of human milk made through cellular agriculture

Katharine Dow, University of Cambridge

4:45pm: Closing remarks

Edmée Ballif, University of Cambridge

5:00pm: End


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