Publications

Articles in peer-reviewed journals

• Jülich, Solveig, “Picturing abortion opposition: Lennart Nilsson’s early photographs of embryos and fetuses”, Social History of Medicine, vol. 30, no. 3, 2017. Abstract

• Jülich, Solveig, “Lennart Nilsson’s A Child is born: The many lives of a pregnancy advice book”, Culture Unbound, vol. 7, 2015, 627–648. Full text.

• Jülich, Solveig, “The making of a best-selling book on reproduction: Lennart Nilsson’s A Child is born”, Bulletin of the History of Medicine, vol. 89, no. 3, 2015, 491–525. Full text.

• Jülich, Solveig, “Lennart Nilsson’s fish-eyes: A photographic and cultural history of views from below”, Konsthistorisk tidskrift/Journal of Art History, vol. 84, no. 2, 2015, 75–92. Abstract.

Presentations

• Dussauge, Isa, “Fetuses as instruments of health: The uses of human fetal tissues for vaccine research in Sweden 1950–1973”, paper presentation, Nordic Science and Technology Studies Conference, Göteborg, Sweden, 31 May–2 June, 2017.

• Jülich, Solveig, “Informed consent? Reproductive research and research ethics in Sweden, ca 1950–1970“ (title in transl.), paper presentation, Swedish Historians’ Meeting (Svenska historikermötet), Mittuniversitetet, Sundsvall, May 10–12, 2017.

• Jülich, Solveig, “The rise and fall of the fetoplacental empire: Human fetal research in Sweden, ca 1960–1971", paper presentation, American Association for the History of Medicine, Nashville, Tennessee, May 4–7, 2017.

• Lee, Francis, ”Fetal values: On the limits of valuation in reproductive research”, paper presentation, Society for the Social Studies of Science Annual Meeting, Barcelona, Spain, 31 August-4 September, 2016.

• Franzén, Helena, “Kroppar i transformation: Mänskliga embryon/foster i museisamlingar och deras sociala världar”, paper presentation at the workshop Medical Humanities at Uppsala University, Uppsala University, 14 April, 2016.

• Jülich, Solveig, Welcome address at the workshop Medical Humanities at Uppsala University, Uppsala University, 14 April, 2016.

• Jülich, Solveig, “The rise and fall of the fetoplacental empire: Human fetal research in Sweden, ca. 1950–1970”, paper presentation at the international workshop on Abortion in the Nordic countries: New historical perspectives, approaches and issues, Uppsala University, 27–28 October, 2015.

• Jülich, Solveig, “Medical humanities and History of medicine”, invited paper presentation at the international workshop Medical humanities: Exploring advantages and disadvantages in an emerging interdisciplinary field organized by the Medical Humanities Seminar and the Nordic Network for Health Research within Social Sciences and the Humanities, Lund University, 8 October, 2015.

• Jülich, Solveig & Malin E Nilsson, “Embryologiska rum: Historier kring Tornbladinstitutets samlingar”, paper presentation, Teknik- och vetenskapshistoriska dagar, Lund University, 15–17 April, 2015.

Workshops and conferences organized

• Evidence-based medicine, methodology and boundary work, Uppsala University, 24 October, 2016, organized by Solveig Jülich, Francis Lee and Morag Ramsey. Read more (in Swedish).

• Medical humanities at Uppsala University, Uppsala University, 14 April, 2016, organized by Solveig Jülich and Francis Lee. Read more (in Swedish).

• Abortion in the Nordic countries: New historical perspectives, approaches and issues, Uppsala University, 27–28 October, 2015, organized by Solveig Jülich and Lena Lennerhed (Södertörn University). Read more.