Curriculum Vitae

I have listed a selection of relevant information from my CV below. To download a complete pdf version of my CV (updated October 2019), please click here.


Education

2017-2020: PhD Science and Technology Studies (funded by ESRC), University College London, England United Kingdom.

PhD Thesis (proposed): An Investigation of UK Blood Donor Activism

2016-2017: MSc Science, Technology and Society (funded by ESRC), Distinction, University College London, England, United Kingdom

MSc Dissertation: The Logic of Exclusion: Blood Donation Policy and the Queer Citizen, Distinction

2012-2015: BA, Natural Sciences, (Part II: Psychology), 1st Class, Sidney Sussex College, University of Cambridge, England, United Kingdom


Publications

Book Reviews:

Race, Kane. (2018). The Gay Science: Intimate Experiments with the Problem of HIV. Book review. The Journal of Homosexuality. Forthcoming 2019.


Presentations

Conference Presentations:

“Challenging exclusions: The partial archive of blood donation policy and its protest.” HIV/AIDS in the 21st Century: Memorialisation, Representation and Temporality. University of Manchester, England. 16-17 January 2020.

““We’re not trying to convince us”: Science, gay identity and the struggle for credibility in UK blood donor activism.” Annual Meeting of the Society for Social Studies of Science. Hotel Sheraton, New Orleans, LA. 4-7 September 2019.

““We’re not trying to convince us”: Science, gay identity and the struggle for credibility in UK blood donor activism.” Gayness in Queer Times Conference. University of Brighton, England. 13-14 June 2019.

“The “next frontier for gay rights”? Unpacking the science and sexual identity of blood donor activism in the UK.” Critically Queer Conference. University of Bristol, England. 20-21 September 2018.

“The science and sexual identity of blood donor activism.” STS Research Day. University College London, England. 16 May 2018.

Invited Talks:

Title TBC. Travelling Companions for Life, Cross-Disciplinary Seminar. Alison Roberts Building, University of Cambridge, England. 7 March 2020.

Title TBC. STS Graduate Research Seminar. University College London, England. 22 January 2020.

“Sexual identity and health: Blood donor activism as LGBTQ+ activism in the biomedical sphere.” qUCL Queer Space Research Forum. University College London, England. 30 October 2018.


Spring 2020: Guest Lecturer (and Module Support), “Sexuality, Sex and Politics,” Postgraduate Module CM110045: Critical Introduction to Sexuality Studies, University College London, England.

Spring 2020: Guest Lecturer, “Feminist and Queer STS,” Postgraduate Module CMII0048: Multidisciplinary Approaches to Gender Studies, University College London, England.

Autumn 2019: Postgraduate Teaching Assistant, Undergraduate Module HPSC0012: Policy Issues in the Life Sciences, University College London, England.

Spring 2019: Postgraduate Teaching Assistant, Undergraduate Module HPSC0017: Science and Ethics, University College London, England.

Spring 2019: Module Support (Feedback and Essay Marking), Postgraduate Module CM110045: Critical Introduction to Sexuality Studies, University College London, England.

Autumn 2018: Postgraduate Teaching Assistant, Undergraduate Module HPSC0061: Governing Emerging Technologies, University College London, England.

Teaching