P.h.D candidate, History of Science
(available spring term only)
My dissertation investigates the moves through which scientific actors in the North Atlantic, from the 1970s to the present, continue to (re)articulate a biological explanation of socioeconomic inequality in the face epistemological and political criticism.
Archival research, ethnography
Areas of Interest:
History and philosophy of evolutionary biology, feminist science and technology studies, race and science, race, gender and psychiatry
Completed a Master's degree in Anthropology and a Bachelor's degree in Anthropology and Psychology, with a minor in Sociology.