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Read more at: Recording coming soon - The 8th Annual Public ReproSoc Lecture "Regulating Reproduction Revisited" with Prof Emily Jackson took place on 23 Nov

Recording coming soon - The 8th Annual Public ReproSoc Lecture "Regulating Reproduction Revisited" with Prof Emily Jackson took place on 23 Nov

29 November 2022

The 8th Annual Public ReproSoc Lecture Prof Emily Jackson, London School of Economics Regulating Reproduction Revisited 23 November 2022 | 5-6.30pm | The Pitt Building Chair: Prof Sarah Franklin, University of Cambridge In this lecture, Prof Emily Jackson revisited some of the themes of her 2001 book Regulating...


Read more at: Reproductive Justice in a (Post-)COVID World: Transnational Protest and Resistance

Reproductive Justice in a (Post-)COVID World: Transnational Protest and Resistance

28 September 2022

Reproductive Justice in a (Post-)COVID World: Transnational Protest and Resistance Rachell Sanchez Rivera and Aideen O’Shaughnessy Launched in 2021 at the University of Cambridge, the Reproductive Justice Research Network is an interdisciplinary and transnational platform dedicated to research, activism, and practice in...


Read more at: The 2nd Edition of "Embodied Progress" by Prof Sarah Franklin came out on Oct 2

The 2nd Edition of "Embodied Progress" by Prof Sarah Franklin came out on Oct 2

26 September 2022

2ND EDITION Embodied Progress A Cultural Account of Assisted Conception Sarah Franklin This new edition of Sarah Franklin’s classic monograph on the development of IVF includes two entirely new chapters reflecting on the relevance of the book’s findings in the context of the past two decades and providing a ‘state of the...


Read more at: New Publication by M. Smietana and F. W. Twine on "Queer decisions: Racial matching and stigma management among gay male intended parents"

New Publication by M. Smietana and F. W. Twine on "Queer decisions: Racial matching and stigma management among gay male intended parents"

4 July 2022

A new publication by Marcin Smietana and France Winddance Twine has been published. Find out more here: Smietana, Marcin and Twine, France Winddance. 2022. Queer decis ions: Racial matching and stigma management among gay male intended parents . International Journal of Comparative Sociology : 1-21; https://doi.org/10.1177...


Read more at: New Publication by Aideen O'Shaughnessy and colleagues: 'Analysing MyOptions: experiences of Ireland's abortion information and support service' in the BMJ Sexual and Reproductive Health journal

New Publication by Aideen O'Shaughnessy and colleagues: 'Analysing MyOptions: experiences of Ireland's abortion information and support service' in the BMJ Sexual and Reproductive Health journal

29 March 2022

A new article, Analysing MyOptions: experiences of Ireland's abortion information and support service , written by Aideen O'Shaughnessy and colleagues, has been publisjed in the BMJ Sexual and Reproductive Health journal. After the repeal of the 8 th amendment in 2018, the provision of legal abortion care in Ireland was...


Read more at: New Publication by Marcin Smietana and France Winddance Twine 'The racial contours of queer reproduction' in The Routledge Handbook of Anthropology and Reproduction

New Publication by Marcin Smietana and France Winddance Twine 'The racial contours of queer reproduction' in The Routledge Handbook of Anthropology and Reproduction

6 January 2022

New Publication by Marcin Smietana and France Winddance Twine 'The racial contours of queer reproduction' in The Routledge Handbook of Anthropology and Reproduction. Read the full article, available in open access . Abstract In this chapter, we bring queer theory into dialogue with critical race studies. We ask “How does...


Read more at: New Publication by Dr Robert Pralat and colleagues: 'Discussing parenthood with gay men diagnosed with HIV: a qualitative study of patient and healthcare practitioner perspectives' in BioMed Central

New Publication by Dr Robert Pralat and colleagues: 'Discussing parenthood with gay men diagnosed with HIV: a qualitative study of patient and healthcare practitioner perspectives' in BioMed Central

21 December 2021

New Publication by Dr Robert Pralat and colleagues: 'Discussing parenthood with gay men diagnosed with HIV: a qualitative study of patient and healthcare practitioner perspectives' in BioMed Central. Read the full article, available in open access . Abstract Background Research on HIV and reproduction has focused largely...


Read more at: Surrogacy and Reproductive Justice - A new podcast episode by Sexual and Reproductive Health Matters featuring ReproSoc Research Associate Dr Marcin Smietana

Surrogacy and Reproductive Justice - A new podcast episode by Sexual and Reproductive Health Matters featuring ReproSoc Research Associate Dr Marcin Smietana

14 December 2021

The Sexual and Reproductive Health Matters (SRHM) podcast released a new episode last week, Surrogacy and Reproductive Justice , featuring Marcin Smietana (ReproSoc), Sarojini Nadimpally (Founder of Sama Resource Group for Women and Health in New Delhi and the former co-chair of People’s Health Movement Global) and Mindy...


Read more at: Reproductive Futures: Emergent injustices, hopes and paradoxes - Call for Papers

Reproductive Futures: Emergent injustices, hopes and paradoxes - Call for Papers

18 November 2021

Call for Papers and Panels REPRODUCTIVE FUTURES: Emergent injustices, hopes and paradoxes An international conference Venue: Hotel Scandic Rosendahl, Tampere, Finland June 15-17, 2022 Decreasing fertility rates and delayed family formation have raised concern across the world. Meanwhile, human population growth is regarded...


Read more at: Congratulations to Dr Marcin Smietana on his promotion to Senior Research Associate

Congratulations to Dr Marcin Smietana on his promotion to Senior Research Associate

18 November 2021

We would like to congratulate Dr Marcin Smietana on his recent promotion to Senior Research Associate here at ReproSoc! Marcin has been a Reseach Associate at ReproSoc since 2016 and is currently a Work Package Coordinator within the Changing (In)Fertilities Project, coordinating the 'LGBTQ+ (In)Fertilities' work package...