March 28, 2014: Kristen Loveland, “Rethinking the Neoliberal State: West German Feminists Confront New Reproductive Technologies”
March 8, 2014
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Please join us for a talk on March 28, 4:30 – 6 p.m.
Ph.D. candidate, Department of History, Harvard University
“Rethinking the Neoliberal State:
West German Feminists Confront New Reproductive Technologies”
Kristen Loveland is a Ph.D. candidate at Harvard University’s Department of History; she is also currently in her first year at the NYU School of Law, where she is a Furman Academic Scholar. Her doctoral studies are supported by Harvard University’s Presidential Scholarship, and her research has been funded by the Social Science Research Council and the Berlin Program for Advanced German and European Studies. Kristen graduated from Columbia University, with a B.A. in History and a concentration in Creative Writing, and received an M.Phil. in Modern European History from the University of Cambridge, where she graduated with distinguished performance. Her dissertation traces the history of legal, ethical, and political debates on reproductive technologies in postwar Germany, situated in a comparative and global frame.