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Remaking Reproduction

The Global Politics of Reproductive Technologies

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Conference registration has re-opened with the final remaining places!


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Please read the Terms and Conditions before purchasing a ticket. All ticket options include lunch across the three days of the conference and dinner on the second night. There will be a number of bursaries available to fund places at the conference, so please get in touch before the 17th of November if you require financial help.



There will be an onsite creche available for attendees who require childcare, please get in touch with us to arrange this.


Conference Accommodation

There is accommodation available at Murray Edwards for conference delegates, which you can simply book when registering for your ticket. The accommodation included is a single en-suite bedroom for two nights, the 27th & 28th June, with breakfast. 

We are afraid that the accommodation we are able to offer isn't suitable for children, but there are plenty of other options available nearby. Please do get in touch with us if you would like help finding somewhere to stay.


Conference Dinner

The conference dinner is included with all tickets, and will take place on the second day of the conference, Thursday 28th June, in the Murray Edwards dining hall.

The dinner itself will consist of a three course meal - the menu for this will be confirmed closer to the time. If you are registered for the conference but not able to attend the dinner please let us know.


Important Dates

17th November 2017 - Abstract Submission Deadline

15th December 2017 - Registration Deadline 


Contact Information

The best way to get in touch with us is via email, so please send any questions or queries to

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. 


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