"Motherhood, Family, Reproduction: The Theory and Practice of Eugenics" 3-4 April 2014, Balliol College, Oxford

The Pulse Project is delighted to present the below podcasts recording at the international workshop:

 

"Motherhood, Family, Reproduction: The Theory and Practice of Eugenics"

3-4 April 2014, Balliol College, Oxford

 

Convenors: Marius Turda and Richard Cleminson

History of Race and Eugenics (HRE), Centre for Health, Medicine and Society, Oxford Brookes University

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School of Modern Languages and Culture, University of Leeds

 

Podcasts

•David Redvaldsen (Independent Scholar): "Francis Galton, Eugenics and the Routinization of Charisma" [25min20]

•Stephen Byrne (Oxford Brookes University): "Eugenics on Trial in Britain, 1903-1908" [18min01]

•Patrick Merricks (Oxford Brookes University): "‘Problem Families’ in Post-War Britain" [18min53]

•Richard Cleminson (University of Leeds): "Between 'Latin' and Germanic Eugenics: The Portuguese Eugenics Movement" [21min51]

•Alexandra Barmpouti (Oxford Brookes University): "The Institutionalisation of Eugenics in Greece during the 1950s" [22min37]

•Andrés H. Reggiani (Universidad Torcuato Di Tella, Buenos Aires): "Motherhood, Women’s Sports, and Eugenics in Argentina" [29min50]

•Irena Rožman (University of Primorska, Slovenia): "‘The Reproductive Health of our Mothers is a Guarantee for a Healthy Nation’: Childbirth in the Interwar period and during the First Decade after Second World War" [26min01]

•Maria Sophia Quine (University of East Anglia): "Futuristic Visions of Motherhood: ‘The Woman Question’ in Italy, 1860-1945"[25min43]

 

 

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