I study the history of women’s health and reproduction, focusing on the pregnancy experiences of women with disabilities in the United States during the Progressive Era. My other interests include depictions of medicine in popular culture and the intersection of health care and race/class/gender.
B.A., History & Communication Arts, University of Wisconsin-Madison, 2017
- History of Science, Medicine, and Technology
- “In Sickness and In Health?: Wisconsin’s Eugenic Marriage Law, 1913-1981.” ARCHIVE: An Undergraduate Journal of History 21 (May 2018): 61-85.
- “Women, Good People, and Bad People: Women in Early Shanghai Cinema.” ARCHIVE: An Undergraduate Journal of History 19 (May 2016): 73-86.