EIGHTH SEMINAR « TECHNOREP » EHESS 2017-2018

OUR EIGHTH SEMINAR ‘TECHNOREP’

 Next Monday 11 June 2018 (13 h -16 h)

 Ehess, 105 bd Raspail 75006 Paris, room 13

 In our eight seminar, titled  Reproductive materials and bio-economy 

we have the pleasure to host:

Rayna Rapp (New York University)

Banking on DNA: Implications for Family Formations and Kinship.

Noémie Merleau-Ponty (Cambridge University)

Human embryos and stem cells within operational relations. A comparative ethnography of laboratory practices in India and France.

Discussants: Delphine Gardey (Geneva University) and Ilana Löwy (Cermes3)

 Detailed program of our cycle of seminars here:

http://hypmedpro.hypotheses.org/files/2017/11/programme-séminaire-Technorep-2017-18-.doc

For inquiries please email Chiara Quagliariello: chiara.quagliariello@ehess.fr

SEVENTH SEMINAR « TECHNOREP » EHESS 2017-2018

OUR SEVENTH SEMINAR ‘TECHNOREP’

 Next Monday 14 May 2018 (13 h -16 h)

 Ehess, 105 bd Raspail 75006 Paris, room 13

 In our seventh seminar, titled “Technologies d’infertilité : débats et régulations” 

we have the pleasure to host:

Kylie Baldwin (De Montfort University)

Conceptualising women’s motivations for social egg freezing and experience of reproductive delay. 

Daniela Bandelli ( MSCA fellow, LUMSA et University of Texas )

Abolishing or regulating surrogacy. The meanings of freedom according to Italian feminism. 

 Detailed program of our cycle of seminars here:

http://hypmedpro.hypotheses.org/files/2017/11/programme-séminaire-Technorep-2017-18-.doc

For inquiries please email Chiara Quagliariello: chiara.quagliariello@ehess.fr

CALL FOR PAPERS “Minimising Risks, Selling Promises? Reproductive Health, Techno-Scientific Innovations and the Production of Ignorance”, Lausanne, 22-23 November 2018

CALL FOR PAPERS

International Conference

University of Lausanne (UNIL) and

the School of Advanced Studies in the Social Sciences (EHESS Paris)

Minimising Risks, Selling Promises?

Reproductive Health, Techno-Scientific Innovations and the Production of Ignorance

Lausanne, 22-23 November 2018

Organisers: Irène Maffi (UNIL) & Sezin Topçu (CEMS-Ehess)

Please find the call for papers here

 

 

International Symposium “Health, Reproduction, Sexuality”, Bremen University, 5-6 April, 2018

International Symposium

 Health, Reproduction & Sexuality:

Neoliberal-Authoritarian Modes of Governing the Woman’s Body in Turkey

 5-6 April, 2018, Bremen University, Germany

Organizing Committee

Ayse Dayı, University of Lausanne, Switzerland

Sezin Topçu, CNRS-Ehess, France

Betül Yarar (Organizing Committee Chair), Bremen University, Germany

For inquiries, please contact the conference assistant Julian Goetsch (jgoetsch@uni-bremen.de)

 Address: Guest House of the University Bremen

Teerhof 58, 28199 Bremen

International symposium poster here

Please find the program here

Call for Papers “Reproductive and sexual health activism, c.1960-present”

Hypmedpro is pleased to announce a new call for papers

International Workshop

Reproductive and sexual health activism, c.1960-present

17- 18 July 2018, University of Strathclyde, Glasgow

Organizing Committee

Laura Kelly, University of Strathclyde, Glasgow

Jesse Olszynko-Gryn, University of Strathclyde, Glasgow

Please find the Call for Papers here

SIXTH SEMINAR « TECHNOREP » EHESS 2017-2018

OUR SIXTH SEMINAR ‘TECHNOREP’

 Next Monday 9 April 2018 (13 h -16 h)

 Ehess, 105 bd Raspail 75006 Paris, room 13

 In our sixth seminar, titled “Travail reproductif et féminisme ,

we have the pleasure to host:

Laëtitia Negrié et Béatrice Cascales (auteures):

autour du livre L’accouchement est politique

Marie Mathieu (Cresppa)

L’encadrement institutionnel de l’avortement en France et au Québec.

 Detailed program of our cycle of seminars here:

http://hypmedpro.hypotheses.org/files/2017/11/programme-séminaire-Technorep-2017-18-.doc

For inquiries please email Chiara Quagliariello: chiara.quagliariello@ehess.fr

FOURTH SEMINAR « TECHNOREP » EHESS 2017-2018

OUR FOURTH SEMINAR ‘TECHNOREP’

 Next Monday 12 February 2018 (13 h -16 h)

 Ehess, 105 bd Raspail 75006 Paris, room 13

 In our fourth seminar, titled

 ” Techniques d’aide à la procréation : entre science et marché,

we have the pleasure to host:

Anne-Sophie Giraud (Queen Mary University of London):
“Safe, reliable and efficient”: interroger la notion d évidence à travers le cas du Time-Lapse en FIV
Virginie Rozée (INED) :

Les paradoxes genrés de la gestation pour autrui en Inde.

 

Detailed program of our cycle of seminars here:

http://hypmedpro.hypotheses.org/files/2017/11/programme-séminaire-Technorep-2017-18-.doc

For inquiries please email Chiara Quagliariello: chiara.quagliariello@ehess.fr

THIRD SEMINAR « TECHNOREP » EHESS 2017-2018

OUR THIRD SEMINAR ‘TECHNOREP’

 Next Monday 8 January 2018 (13 h -16 h)

 Ehess, 105 bd Raspail 75006 Paris, room 13

 In our third seminar, titled  “Epidémies de césariennes : enjeux Nord-Sud”,

we have the pleasure to host:

Clémence Schantz Inguenault (IRD):
Déconstruire la demande de césarienne à Phnom Penh, Cambodge
Chiara Quagliariello (CEMS/Ehess) :
 Accouchements déterritorialisés et recours à la césarienne:
histoire de la naissance à Lampedusa (Italie)
 

Detailed program of our cycle of seminars here:

http://hypmedpro.hypotheses.org/files/2017/11/programme-séminaire-Technorep-2017-18-.doc

For inquiries please email Chiara Quagliariello: chiara.quagliariello@ehess.fr

SECOND SEMINAR « TECHNOREP » EHESS 2017-2018

OUR SECOND SEMINAR ‘TECHNOREP’

 Next Monday 11 December 2017 (13 h -16 h)

 Ehess, 105 bd Raspail 75006 Paris, room 13

 In our second seminar, titled  “Grossesses imparfaites : histoire et sociologie des techniques de diagnostique d’handicap”, we have the pleasure to host:

Ilana Löwy (Cermes3), autour de son dernier ouvrage Imperfect Pregnancies. A History of Birth Defects and Prenatal Diagnosis (John Hopkins, 2017).

Isabelle Ville (CEMS-Inserm), Les pratiques de diagnostic prénatal. Ce que les techniques font au care.

Detailed program of our cycle of seminars here:

http://hypmedpro.hypotheses.org/files/2017/11/programme-séminaire-Technorep-2017-18-.doc

For inquiries please email Chiara Quagliariello: chiara.quagliariello@ehess.fr

Journée d’étude : Transitions existentielles en question

 

Transitions existentielles en question:

la naissance et la mort face aux technologies biomédicales

November 30, 2017, 9:00 am- 16:30 pm

Université de Lausanne (UNIL) – Batiment Géopolis, salle 2215

Organizers: 

                                                          Yannis Papadaniel et Irene Maffi

(LACS, Cultural and Social Anthropology Lab)

 You can download the program at the link below:

http://hypmedpro.hypotheses.org/files/2017/11/transitions-existentielles.pdf

FIRST SEMINAR « TECHNOREP » EHESS 2017-2018

Our cycle of seminars ‘Technorep’ starts next Monday 13th November 2017 (13 h -16 h)

Ehess, 105 bd Raspail (75006 Paris), room 13

 In our first seminar, titled “De l’accouchement fordiste aux violences obstétricales ? Perspectives anthropologiques et féministes“, we have the pleasure to host:

Marie-Hélène Lahaye (Juriste et auteure féministe), Autour de Accouchement: les femmes méritent mieux (à paraître aux Editions Michalon, 2018)

       Mounia El Kotni (University at Albany, Suny), Application de la loi sur les violences obstétricales au Mexique : pour une perspective anthropologique critique du consentement

Detailed program of our cycle of seminars here:

http://hypmedpro.hypotheses.org/files/2017/11/programme-séminaire-Technorep-2017-18-.doc

For inquiries please email Chiara Quagliariello: chiara.quagliariello@ehess.fr

 

Call for Papers “Health, Reproduction and Sexuality”

Hypmedpro is pleased to announce a new call for papers

International Symposium

Health, Reproduction and Sexuality:

Neoliberal-Authoritarian Modes of Governing the Woman’s Body in Turkey

5-6 April 2018, Bremen University, Germany

Organizing Committee

Ayse Dayi, University of Lausanne, Switzerland

Sezin Topçu, CNRS-Ehess, France

Betül Yarar (Organizing Committee Chair), Bremen University, Germany

For inquiries please email Betul Yarar: yarar@uni-bremen.de

Please find the Call for Papers here

International Symposium: Modernization, Islam, (neo)Liberalism and Reproductive Policies in Tunisia and Turkey

 Modernization, Islam, (neo)Liberalism and Reproductive Policies in Tunisia and Turkey

November 13, 2017, 9:30 am-17:30 pm

Université de Lausanne (UNIL) – Moulin Campus,  Batiment Géopolis 2215

Organizers: 

Ayse Dayi, Senior Researcher, Science and Technology Studies Lab, UNIL

 Irene Maffi, ProfessorCultural and Social Anthropology Lab, UNIL

For questions, please contact Ayse Dayi (ayse.dayi@unil.ch)

Program here

Poster here