Publikationer och presentationer

  • 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, nr 3, 2015, 491–525.
  • 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, October 27–28, 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 organised by the Medical Humanities Seminar and the Nordic Network for Health Research within Social Sciences and the Humanities, Lund University, October 8, 2015.
  • Jülich, Solveig, “Lennart Nilsson’s fish-eyes: A photographic and cultural history of views from below”, Konsthistorisk tidskrift/Journal of Art History, vol. 84, nr 2, 2015, 75–92.
  • Jülich, Solveig & Malin E Nilsson, “Embryologiska rum: Historier kring Tornbladinstitutets samlingar”, paper presentation, Teknik- och vetenskapshistoriska dagar, Lund, 15–17 april 2015.
Human blastocyst. The cells in the blastocyst can be used to produce embryonic stem cells. Copyright: Jenny Nichols, Wellcome Images