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ReproSoc

Reproductive Sociology Research Group

Studying at Cambridge

 

Publications

2019

Barber TJ, Borok T, Suchak T, Weatherall A, Docherty T, Gamble N, Pralat R, Jaspal R, Cocker C. (2019). Having children outside a heterosexual relationship: Options for persons living with HIV. Sexually Transmitted Infections, 95(2), 99-101. http://dx.doi.org/10.1136/sextrans-2018-053670

2018

Pralat R. (2018). More natural does not equal more normal: Lesbian, gay, and bisexual people's views about different pathways to parenthood. Journal of Family Issues, 39(18), 4179-4203. https://doi.org/10.1177/0192513X18810951

Smietana, M. (2018). «Mes pères d’intention et moi sommes amis sur Facebook» : comment des femmes porteuses et des pères gais gèrent les tensions entre don et échange marchand aux États-Unis. In: I. Côté, K. Lavoie & J. Courduriès (eds.) Perspectives internationales sur la gestation pour autrui: Expériences des personnes concernées et contextes d’action, pp. 225-247. Presses de l’Université du Québec. 

2017

Dow, K. (2017) ‘“The Men who Made the Breakthrough”: How the British press represented Patrick Steptoe and Robert Edwards in 1978’. Reproductive Biomedicine and Society Online 4: 59-67. http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.rbms.2017.07.002 [open access]

Dow, K. (2017) 'Conceptive Journeys’. Journal of the Royal Anthropological Institute 23(3): 623-625. [Review of Cosmopolitan Conceptions by Marcia Inhorn and Problems of Conception by Marit Melhuus]

Smietana, M. (2017). Affective de-commodifying, economic de-kinning: Surrogates’ and gay fathers’ narratives in U.S. surrogacy. In: Faircloth, Ch. & Gurtin, Z. ‘Making Parents: Reproductive Technologies and Parenting Culture across Borders’ Special Issue of Sociological Research Online 22(2): 6. DOI: 10.5153/sro.4312

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

Franklin, S. (2016). Special Issue of Reproductive Medicine and Society Online: IVF - Global Histories, Elsevier/Open Access (co-edited volume of 12 papers on IVF in cross-cultural perspective, with Marcia Inhorn).

Pralat R. (2016). Between future families and families of origin: Talking about gay parenthood across generations. Parenthood Between Generations: Transforming Reproductive Cultures, ed. S. Pooley and K. Qureshi, Berghahn Books, 43-64.

Smietana, M. (2016). ‘Families like we’d always known’? Spanish gay fathers’ normalization narratives in transnational surrogacy. In: M. Lie, & N. Lykke (eds.) Assisted Reproduction across Borders: Feminist Perspectives on Normalizations, Disruptions and Transmissions, pp. 49-60. New York and London: Routledge. 

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 Online, 30(3), 211-219. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.rbmo.2014.11.007

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.

Smietana, M., Jennings, S., Herbrand, C., & Golombok, S. (2014). 'Family relationships in gay father families'. In: T. Freeman, S. Graham, F. Ebtehaj & M. Richards M. (eds.) 'Relatedness in Assisted Reproduction: Families, Origins and Identities'. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press. 

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.