Centre for Cultures of Reproduction, Technologies and Health

Centre events

Spring 2022 Events Programme

View our past events here


 Upcoming CORTH events: 


17th May 1-2:30pm: CORTH Digital Care Network x Sussex Humanities Lab event with Dr Liam Berriman (Department of Social Work).

 “How data intervenes with children’s lives: looking at childhood data practices in contemporary and historical perspective”

This will be the first event to follow the Digital Care Network’s launch. Join us to discuss the datafication of children’s lives.

More details on the Eventbrite page and on the poster.


31st May 2:30-3:45pm: Book launch for Anthropologies of Global Maternal and Reproductive Health: From Policy Spaces to Sites of Practice.

Join us to celebrate the launch of this landmark edited volume, to which CORTH co-director, Prof. Maya Unnithan, has contributed.

More details on the Eventbrite page and poster (click on the front cover image for the Open Access ebook).


Additionally, CORTH will be co-sponsoring the follow event:


9th June 10am-1:30pm: ‘(Un)safe to be me? Exploring the rights and lived experiences of LGBTI people in the UK’, co-hosted CORTH event with The Human Rights Implementation Centre, University of Bristol.

This interdisciplinary half-day conference, organised by CORTH co-director, Dr Maria Moscati, will explore the legal, social and political rights of LGBTI people in the United Kingdom.  

More details on the Eventbrite page.



Tuesday 5th April: 

1. Digital Health Network launch with Becky Faith (IDS): ‘Understanding the power relations of online gender-based violence’
1-2pm, GSRC

Zoom link:
944 5631 0601

2. Chai Pe Charcha: A roundtable discussion on the recent state election results in India
4-6pm, GSRC

Zoom link
915 3810 3774


Find this term's event programme below. Zoom links for the events can be found here.

Register for our CORTH x BSMS co-sponsored event 'Childlessness in Bangladesh' with Dr Papreen Nahar (Brighton and Sussex Medical School) here

poster for corth event