My current research seeks to better understand how the biomedicalization of society has altered the way in which capital punishment is legally constructed, perceived by society, and ultimately implemented. Since this project is at the intersection of bioethics, legal ethics, and morality, I hope that it will serve as a lens through which we may not only come to realize how the biomedical sciences have fundamentally transformed society's most severe and publicized punishment, but how the central role of the biomedical sciences has altered the core of our conceptions of ethics and morality.
B.A. Kalamazoo College (French) - 2011
M.A. Columbia University (French Cultural Studies) - 2012
Current M.A. Candidate in the Comparative Literature program at Dartmouth (2013 graduation date)
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