|Pridmore-Brown, Michele, PhD|
Michele Pridmore-Brown is a scholar with the Center for the History of Science, Technology and Medicine at UC Berkeley. She is also the science editor for the Los Angeles Review of Books. She works at the interstices of gender and science studies. Her research examines how biomedical knowledge and reproductive technologies have, historically and in the present, affected subjectivity, social and family norms, and representations of the gendered life-course. She is currently working on projects on the bio/politics of later motherhood in historical context; on the natural history of the biological clock; and on how maternal and paternal reproductive stakes change across the lifespan. She writes for both the scholarly and popular press.
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