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Remaking Reproduction

The Global Politics of Reproductive Technologies

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Terms and Conditions

Please take note of the following Terms and Conditions:



Advertised prices include VAT.

Each ticket admits one person.

Ticket holders are not permitted to bring friends or family to the event, unless they are children whose space in the creche has been confirmed beforehand.

We reserve the right to refuse to sell a ticket to anyone.

We reserve the right to refuse entry or to remove any ticket holder should the need arise.

Any person or persons found to be harassing conference attendees or staff will be asked to leave and not permitted to return.


Cancellation of Event

In the event of cancellation due to circumstances beyond our control we do not accept liability.

In the event of cancellation due to circumstances within our control your ticket will be refunded at the value you paid.



The advertised schedule is subject to change.



ReproSoc accepts no liability for loss or damage to property brought to the event. You remain responsible for your possessions at all times.


Film and Photography

The organisers will film and photograph the event.

These materials will be used online and offline by ReproSoc and the University of Cambridge.

By attending the event you agree to appear in such films and photographs.



*Terms and conditions are subject to change

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