- Leah Eades
- Research Interests
- Medical Anthropology, Applied Anthropology, Reproductive Health, Reproductive Politics, Abortion, Medical Abortion
The Social Life of Abortion Pills in Britain and Ireland [working title]
Alice Brown PhD Scholarship
PhD in Social Anthropology (in progress), University of Edinburgh
MSc in Medical Anthropology (distinction), University College London
BA in English (2.1), University of Bristol
Eades, L. (forthcoming). ‘Social realities, biological realities: the 24-week fetus in contemporary English abortion activism’. Women's Studies International Forum.
Eades, L. (2018). 'Unweirding the weird stuff’. Cultural Anthropology. Bateson Book Forum: The Resonance of Unseen Things. 11th Jun. Available online at: https://culanth.org/fieldsights/1442-unweirding-the-weird-stuff.
Eades, L. (2017). ‘Dialogical (de)medicalisation in British abortion activism’. UCL Medical Anthropology Blog. 21st Nov. Available online at: https://medanthucl.com/2017/11/21/dialogical-demedicalisation-in-british-abortion-activism/.
Eades, L. (2019). 'The social life of abortion pills in Britain and Ireland'. Worlds Beyond Us: SoMA Symposium on the Human and Non-Human in Medical Anthropology. University of Edinburgh. 21st Feb.
Eades. L. (2018). ‘Contested biosociality: the tricky question of post-abortive identity’. Remaking Reproduction: The Global Politics of Reproductive Technologies. University of Cambridge. 27-29th Jun.
Eades. L. (2017). ‘Following the fetus: pregnancy loss, fetal remains, and cross-cultural management and disposal practices’. Waste: A Symposium. Birkbeck University. 21st Sep.
Eades. L. (2017). ‘Whose impact is it anyway? Issues of subjectivity, power, and hierarchy in fieldwork with “unloved groups”’. Impacts and its Discontents: Ethnography, Accountability, and Activism. Manchester University. 31st May.
Anthropology of Sex and Reproduction - tutor, undergraduate course in social anthropology, Spring 2019
Memberships & Affiliations
Member of the Edinburgh Centre for Medical Anthropology
Representative for Students of Medical Anthropology
Editorial Assistant for Re:think - a journal of creative ethnography