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Test-tubes and turpitude: infertility and artificial insemination in mid-twentieth-century Scotland

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Gayle Davis is Wellcome Trust Lecturer in History of Medicine at the University of Edinburgh. She is the author, among other works, of ’The Cruel Madness of Love’: Sex, Syphilis and Psychiatry in Scotland, 1880-1930 (2008) and co-author of The Sexual State: Sexuality and Scottish Governance, 1950-80 (2012).

The talk will preview research in a project on the history of reproductive health, clinical practice and policy-making in Scotland after World War II, using as case studies abortion, contraception and infertility.

This talk is part of the Generation to Reproduction Seminars series.

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