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Catholicising Reproduction, Reproducing Catholicism: Activist Practices and Intimate Negotiations in Poland 1930 - Present University of Warsaw research project
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Cathorep Jul 8
'Without the right to control her body, a woman cannot control her destiny' We strongly recommend this interesting reading📚 by
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Cathorep Jun 16
Our recommendation for today is Paula Michael's article in "Social History of Medicine", analysing recordings from antenatal preparation courses from 1950s to 1980s, tracing changes in representations of pain and the role of father
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Cathorep Jun 10
Check out the latest issue of the Social Anthropology/Anthropologie Sociale, journal of , entirely devoted to during :
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Cathorep Jun 5
In the upcoming book, Agnieszka Kościańska fights stereotypical thinking about and behind the , showing that in many ways socialist countries were more progressive than the West.
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Cathorep May 25
How can photographs influence the discussion about ? The answer can be found in the article by Solveig Jülich published in , who focuses on Lennart Nilsson's photos of .
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Cathorep May 21
In network of has been developing in the 70s, mostly by Włodzimierz Fijałkowski - a gynecologist, involved in promoting and , in order to protect the lives of mother and child in the spirit of .
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Cathorep May 20
Does brings , or is it rather a conservative force? To find out, check Agnieszka Kościańska's new publication in "Companion to Sexuality Studies" published by
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Cathorep May 19
Take a look at this article by Johanna Shoen, which traces the history of moral arguments for abortion care
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Cathorep May 7
How to carry out in the times of ? Anthropologist Daniel Miller gives interesting insight.
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Cathorep May 7
An article which touches a subject we find important - the flow of knowledge and practices between East and West during era in the context of
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Cathorep May 7
Research under lockdown is not an easy task, but it is essential to document social life in this unprecedented situation. Polish sociologists gather diaries. What can we do as ethnographers? This is the question we've been discussing lately and we are curious about your thoughts.
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Cathorep May 7
While we're working on issues related to intimacy in Poland in the context of catholic activism, it's worth having a look at intimacy and in Scotland.
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Cathorep May 7
We encourage to take a look at the special issue of the Journal of Modern European History which concerns reproductive choices in comparative perspective.
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Rethinking Sexology May 2
.’s important book “The Natural History of Sexuality in Early America” is now available for free! You can also listen to in conversation with our team member here:
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Cathorep May 3
Found in the archive: In reply to the Encyclical Humanae Vitae concerning contraception, a journal Prawo i Życie republished a comic from Die Frankfurter Allgemeine Zeitung. Gallileo comforts the pill: “Don’t worry, in my case 350 years ago the Vatican was wrong too”.
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Cathorep May 2
Curious to read about our work? Writing is in progress. Meanwhile, you can read about our methods and inspirations and find some reading recommendations. Visit our website or follow us here and on Facebook to stay updated.
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Cathorep May 2
In the latest issue of "Medical History" you will find a selection of texts devoted to the transnational history of Catholicism and contraception (20th century). This special issue was edited by Laura Kelly and Agata Ignaciuk. Introduction in open access:
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Cathorep May 2
With the methods of cultural anthropology, socio-cultural history and the history of medicine we explore the relationship between Catholicism and reproduction in Poland from the 1930s to the present day. Follow us to stay updated!
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