Members’ Directory

Below is a list of some of our current members who have chosen to register with the members’  directory.  Brief information about their research is available to the public. To access full biographical information and details about a person’s publications please click on their name; this section is password protected and is exclusive to members of the directory. To join the directory, please email perceptionsofpregnancy[at]gmail.com.

Julia Allison Honorary Associate Professor, University of Nottingham. Research interests: midwife, historian, archivist.

Leah Astbury Doctoral candidate in the department of history and the philosophy of science at the University of Cambridge. Research interests: health, medicine, childbirth

Lisa Bernstein Adjunct professor of writing, literature, and women’s studies at the University of Maryland University College.

Fran Bigman Recent PhD in English at Cambridge. Research interests: Abortion in literature and film, representations of reproductive technologies, feminist utopias/dystopian.

Anna Bonnell-Freidin Doctoral candidate in classics at Princeton University. Research interests: childbirth, self-care, risk.

Jessica Borge An AHRC doctoral candidate at Birkbeck College. Research interests: Contraceptives, Marketing, 1960s Britain.

Jennifer Brosnan Doctoral candidate at the University of Leicester. Research interests: sex education, medicine, gender.

George Campbell Gosling A historian of medicine and charity in modern Britain and beyond. Research interests: charity, lying-in hospitals, health consumerism

Beth Widmaier Capo Professor of English, Illinois College. Research interests: birth control movement, Margaret Sanger, feminist women’s health movement in America.

Hannah Charnock Doctoral candidate at the University of Exeter. Research interests: Birth control, reproductive politics, history of the body.

Susan Crowther senior midwifery lecturer and rural locum caseload midwife in New Zealand. Research interests: Spiritual, sacred, birth.

Anija Dokter University of Cambridge. Research interests: sound, childbirth, feminism.

Elaine Farrell Lecturer in social history at Queen’s University Belfast. Research interests: infanticide, sexuality, childbirth.

Lara Freidenfelds Historian of women’s health, sex, and reproduction in America. Research interests: miscarriage, first trimester, early pregnancy loss.

Philomena Gorey Historian of midwifery and childbirth in eighteenth and nineteenth century Dublin.

Daniel J. R. Grey Lecturer in World History since 1800 at Plymouth University. Research interests: infanticide, postnatal depression, abortion.

Carolyn Hastie Senior Lecturer in midwifery at Southern Cross University. Research interests: midwife, academic, researcher.

Karen Hearn Honorary Professor in the department of English language and literature, University College London. Research interests: pregnancy, portraits, history.

Elaine Hobby Professor of seventeenth-century studies at Loughborough University. Research interests: 1540-1720, midwifery, women.

Paula Michaels Senior lecturer in modern history at Monash University. Research interests: natural childbirth, Lamaze, pain in childbirth

Christopher Orchard Professor of English at Indiana University of Pennsylvania. Research interests: Pregnancy, Politics, seventeenth century.

Daphna Oren-Magidor a fellow of the Martin Buber Society of Fellows in the Humanities and Social Sciences, at the Hebrew University of Jerusalem. Research interests:infertility, family history, history of pregnancy

Emma O’Toole PhD candidate in the Faculty of Visual Culture, National College of Art & Design, Dublin. Research nterests: Material Culture, Parenthood, Infancy.

George Parker PhD candidate in Sociology at the University of Auckland. Research interests: pregnancy, obesity, government policy.

Chelsea Phillips Assistant Professor of Theatre at Villanova University. Research interests celebrity pregnancy, gender and repertory on the long eighteenth century stage.

Leah Phillips PhD candidate in the department of English and Comparative Literary Studies at the University of Warwick. Research interests: Sex education, contraception, pregnant embodiment.

Jennifer Redmond Lecturer in twentieth century Irish history at Maynooth University. Research interests: Unmarried mothers, emigration, illegitimate children.

Deborah Rodriguez Psychology Doctoral Candidate / Research Assistant Middlesex University. Research interests: adult attachment, second-time parenthood, qualitative mixed methods.

Naomi Rendina Case Western Reserve University. Research interests: Modern America, History of medicine (contraception, abortion, pregnancy, and childbirth) Anthropology, and Consumerism.

Pasi Saarimäki Finnish history, Department of History and ethnology, University of Jyväskylä, Finland. Research interests: Illegitimacy, infanticide, the maintenance of illegitimate children.

Shannon Stettner Post-doctoral visitor in the Department of Political Science at York University. Research interests: abortion, reproductive health, media and women’s rights

Anisah Tariq Research Associate at the Open University. Research interests: Preconception care, pregnancy, diabetes.

Sara B.T. Thiel Doctoral candidate in the Department of Theatre at the University of Illinois. Research interests:  pregnancy, performance, early modern.

Laurence Totelin Lecturer in Ancient History at the University of Cardiff. Research interests: breastfeeding, history of gynaecology, feminism.

Jamie Wagman Assistant Professor of Gender and Women’s Studies and History at Saint Mary’s College. Research interests: contraception history, visual culture, U.S. 20th century history.

Aimee Wilson  Assistant Professor of English, Indiana University of Pennsylvania. Research interests:  Birth Control, reproductive rights, 20th century literature

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