skip to primary navigationskip to content

Remaking Reproduction

The Global Politics of Reproductive Technologies

Department A-Z

Conference Photos

We're delighted to share with you the photos from the conference. We hope that they show just how truly special, generous and (re)generative the conference was, with over 90 people presenting papers, four plenary sessions with multiple speakers in conversation, a dance performance, art exhibition, book launch, and much much more...

Read more

Photo Competition

We are pleased to announce the winners of our Remaking Reproduction photo contest. We selected two photos each across four categories: best selfie, best action shot, best photo of the Murray Edwards garden, and finally best 'arty' photo. Congratulations to all our photographers!

Read more


This conference is organised by the Reproductive Sociology Research Group (ReproSoc) which supports research and teaching at the University of Cambridge on the social and cultural implications of new reproductive technologies. ReproSoc is part of an expanding concentration of Reproductive Studies at Cambridge, and is led by Professor Sarah Franklin.

Read more

Feedback Form

If you attended the conference we would really appreciate it if you could take a few minutes to complete our feedback form

Read more

In Conversation with ReproSoc

The ReproSoc team interviewed Professor Mary Beard, Professor Jack Halberstam and Professor Marilyn Strathern to find out their views on why reproduction matters today, and what role research has to play

Read more

Review in Somatosphere

What happened at Remaking Reproduction, and why was the event so important? A review of our conference by Risa Cromer and Lucy van de Wiel is now on Somatosphere

Read more

27-29 June 2018


The rapid global growth of the fertility industry is one of the most significant contexts of contemporary social change, and these changes are the subject of an increasing amount of social research. This conference is designed both to consolidate core themes in the social study of reproductive technologies and to showcase new research, especially by early career scholars and doctoral students. Our core themes are designed to bring together old and new approaches to the study of reproduction, technology and society at a time when the politics of reproduction globally are changing rapidly. 


 Like our Facebook Page

 Follow us on Twitter


Join the discussion #reprocnf


This conference is supported by the Foundation for the Sociology of Health and Illness