Kristen Loveland is a PhD student in history at Harvard University focusing on modern European intellectual and gender history. Her thematic interests include constitutional law, political thought, disability, social movements, transnational networks, and the philosophy of technology. Her dissertation explores the history of reproductive technologies and bioethics in postwar Germany with special attention to questions of national identity, historical memory, and technological modernity. She received an AM from Harvard (2012), an MPhil in modern European history from the University of Cambridge (2007), and a BA from Columbia University (2006).
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PhD Student in History, Harvard University
Graduate Student Affiliate, CES, Harvard University