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Ferber, Sarah S. Prof.

Professor of History

  • Faculty of the Arts, Social Sciences and Humanities
  • School of Humanities and Social Inquiry

Overview


Professor Ferber researches in two fields of cultural history: early modern European religion and contemporary bioethics. 

Research Overview


  • Current Research Projects

    • 'IVF and Assisted Reproduction, the Global Experience' (With Professor Vera Mackie and Dr Nicola Marks, ARC-funded collaborative research project:ARC DP 2015-2017, $518,593)
    • 'Magic, Witches and Demons in Pre-modern Europe and its colonies’ (monograph) 

Selected Publications


Potential Supervision Topics


    • Late Medieval and Early modern European history
    • Modern medical history
    • Medical ethics history

     

Research Overview


  • Current Research Projects

    • 'IVF and Assisted Reproduction, the Global Experience' (With Professor Vera Mackie and Dr Nicola Marks, ARC-funded collaborative research project:ARC DP 2015-2017, $518,593)
    • 'Magic, Witches and Demons in Pre-modern Europe and its colonies’ (monograph) 

Selected Publications


Potential Supervision Topics


    • Late Medieval and Early modern European history
    • Modern medical history
    • Medical ethics history

     

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