The School of Anthropology and Museum Ethnography congratulates the Fertility and Reproduction Studies Group on its 20th anniversary. FRSG's aim is to promote research and publications on the anthropology of fertility and reproduction, with emphasis on interdisciplinary methods. It addresses the changing dynamics of fertility from a cross-cultural perspective with implications for policy and planning. Its work has combined anthropological, demographic, epidemiological, historical and biomedical perspectives in understanding the institutions, networks, and meanings that structure fertility and reproductive behaviour in different cultures.
FRSG organises a successful seminar series as well as an award-winning book series published by Berghahn. For more details, click here.