Prof Sarah Franklin (University of Cambridge), 'Notes Toward a General Theory of Reproductivity'
SPA Research / Egenis / Symbiology Lab seminar
SPA Research / Egenis / Symbiology Lab seminar. Using the case study of IVF, this talk contrasts two models of reproduction inside-out, and outside-in to ask where and how reproduction takes place, exactly. By examining how we situate reproductivity in relation, for example, to structure, agency, organisation, discourse, or materiality, we can usefully consider the uses of this concept. Like 'the question concerning technology', with which it arguably has much in common, how we model reproductivity is at once an obvious and under-analysed question, and one that is deservedly receiving much greater attention across the disciplines.
|An Egenis, the Centre for the Study of Life Sciences seminar|
|Date||2 June 2014|
|Time||15:00 to 16:30|