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ANTHROPOLOGICAL AND LEGAL CHALLENGES OF ASSISTED REPRODUCTION TECHNOLOGIES

Welcome to the website of (In)Fercit, a three yearlong research program funded by the European Social Fund and the General Secretariat of Research and Technology Greece.

The research project focuses on the detailed, multi-sided ethnographic account of assisted reproduction concepts, practices, politics and technologies in Greece, relate them to legal issues and human rights on (in)fertility and reproduction, and provide a comparative perspective that will associate the Greek project with similar research conducted in selected European and non-European countries – Spain, Italy, Bulgaria, Turkey, Cyprus, Lebanon.

Acronym: (In)FERCIT

Duration: 26/9/2012 – 25/9/2015

Principal Investigator: Venetia Kantsa

Unit: Lab of Family and Kinship Studies, Department of Social Anthropology and History, University of the Aegea Research

Fields: Assisted reproduction, fertility, kinship, family, law, religion, technolog

Research Code: 576

Funding: 395.000 euros

 

(IN)FERTILE CITIZENS: ANTHROPOLOGICAL AND LEGAL CHALLENGES OF ASSISTED REPRODUCTION TECHNOLOGIES, 28-30 May 2015, Mytilene, Lesvos Greece (University Hill, Geography building)

(IN)FERTILE CITIZENS: ANTHROPOLOGICAL AND LEGAL CHALLENGES OF ASSISTED REPRODUCTION TECHNOLOGIES, 28-30 May 2015, Mytilene, Lesvos Greece (University Hill, Geography building)

(Greek) The Lab of Family and Kinship Studies, Department of Social Anthropology and History, University of the Aegean, Greece within the framework of the research program (In)FERCIT organizes the international conference: (IN)FERTILE CITIZENS: ANTHROPOLOGICAL AND LEGAL CHALLENGES OF ART.

 
Kinship and Medical Technology. Assisted Reproduction in Greece

Kinship and Medical Technology. Assisted Reproduction in Greece

The research program (In)FERCIT “(In)fertile Citizens: Concepts, Practices, Politics and Technologies of Assisted Reproduction in Greece. An Interdisciplinary...

 

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3rd Workshop 31 January 2014

Introductory Comments & Introducing new research collaborators 9.00 – 9.30 Venetia Kantsa Introductory comments 9.30 – 10.15 Giulia Zanini Transnational...