The Centre for Reproduction Research (CRR), formerly the Reproduction Research Group (RRG) hold a number of events, from workshops to seminars and conferences, offering a great opportunity to network throughout the year.
Please see below for information on previous events. Details of our forthcoming meetings and booking instructions will be available via the Centre website. If you wish to be put on our mailing list so that you can be advised of future events please contact firstname.lastname@example.org
Visualising Reproduction in Medical, Social and Historical Contexts: An Interdisciplinary Inquiry
East Midlands Medical Sociology Group Winter Event
On Wednesday Friday 15th December 2017, the Centre for Reproduction Research in collaboration with the East Midlands Medical Sociology Group hosted a conference funded by the British Sociological Association. This conference included a keynote lecture from Professor Jon Gabe, Professor of Sociology, Royal Holloway University of London ‘Making sense of childhood asthma’ and two presentations from Kerry Quincey, De Montfort University 'Exploring shifting masculinities amongst men diagnosed with breast cancer' and Charlotte Overton and Dr Fiona Moffatt, University of Nottingham ‘The value of emotional labour and confessional tales in routine ethnographies’. Further information about this conference can be found by accessing the event programme which contains an abstract as well as contact details of the presenter. Twenty people attended the event. Delegates were a mixture of students, university and NHS researchers and clinicians from across the Midlands. The meetings are open to both BSA and non BSA members. Details of our forthcoming meetings and booking instructions will be available via the BSA and RRG websites. A small charge may be levied for attendance at meetings. However, BSA members and students will be charged a discounted fee. If you wish to be put on our mailing list so that you can be advised of future events please contact Jessica Turner (or tel: 0116 207 8306).
Please see here for full details of seminars in 2016/2017.
Please see here for full details of seminars in 2015/2016.
Please see here for full details of seminars in 2014/2015.
Please see here for full details of seminars pre 2014/2015.