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Remaking Reproduction

The Global Politics of Reproductive Technologies

Studying at Cambridge



Kaetsu Conference Centre


The venue for the conference will be the Kaetsu Centre which is part of Murray Edwards College at the University of Cambridge. Located a fifteen minute walk from the city centre, the college offers free on site parking for conference delegates on a first come first served basis, with more on street parking located nearby. If arriving by train, buses are available to the College, however we would recommend taking taxis where possible, as the city centre can get very busy at peak times.


There is complimentary wifi available throughout the college, and lunch will be provided throughout the conference in the Kaetsu Centre.


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On the second night of the conference we will be hosting a big dinner for all of the delegates in the famous domed dining hall of Murray Edwards college, where the walls are adorned with artwork by women artists.


Whilst at the college for the conference we would like to encourage delegates to take a walk around the award-winning gardens, which are sure to be absolutely gorgeous in late June. 


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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