I am a feminist writer and academic. My research is concerned with bodies & biopolitics, especially concepts of life, self, and difference in histories of the life & health sciences. My work has been published in the European Journal of Women's Studies, Women's Studies Quarterly, and Feral Feminisms, and is forthcoming in Somatechnics Journal. Alongside my academic research, I work across experimental prose, poetry, performance, multimedia, and the digital humanities. I am currently a visiting research fellow at the Rhizome Project on Gender & Science of the Image Knowledge Gestaltung cluster at Humboldt University in Berlin, where I also teach in the M.A. Gender Studies program. I received a Ph.D. in Cultural Studies from Stony Brook State University of New York.
TALK “Material (Dis)Unities: historicizing celiac disease as a disorder of malabsorption in Willem Dicke's Experimental Studies 1948-49” European Society for the History of Science Biennial Conference | London, UK Sept 14-17, 2018