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ReproSoc

Reproductive Sociology Research Group
 
Our new visiting scholars joining us at ReproSoc from February 1, 2021:
 
Lidia Bueno Sánchez is a PhD candidate in Design, Management and Evaluation of Social Welfare Public Policies at the University of Valencia. Her expertise focuses on public policies on social welfare of vulnerable populations, gender studies, health systems and the social impact of public policies on social welfare. Lidia will stay with us until May. This is her ReproSoc website profile: https://www.reprosoc.sociology.cam.ac.uk/visiting-scholar-Lidia-Bueno-Sanchez
 
Julia Böcker is a Research Associate in Cultural Sociology at the Institute of Sociology and Cultural Organization and a Lecturer for a Professional Master in Public Health at Leuphana University Lueneburg, Germany. Her PhD project on pregnancy loss explores how miscarriages and stillbirths are experienced and socially acknowledged as deaths and losses of (unborn) children (2014-2021). She will stay with us for the duration of Lent Term. This is her ReproSoc website profile: https://www.reprosoc.sociology.cam.ac.uk/visiting-scholar/julia-boecker 
 
Sonja Mackenzie is an Associate Professor at the Public Health Science Program at Santa Clara University, USA. Her scholarship lies at the intersections of public health, sociology and gender and sexuality studies to analyze and intervene in social and structural inequities in health among racial/ethnic and sexual and gender minorities in the United States. Sonja has moved with her family to Cambridge for the duration of her visit, which will last until the end of June. She lives close to Midsummer Common and would love to meet other ReproSocks for an outside walk should they be around! This is her ReproSoc website profile: https://www.reprosoc.sociology.cam.ac.uk/visiting-scholar/sonja-mackenzie