ASSISTANT PROFESSOR OF FEMINIST SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY STUDIES
DEPARTMENT OF WOMEN'S STUDIES
SAN DIEGO STATE UNIVERSITY
Dr. Catherine Clune-Taylor
Welcome! I am an Assistant Professor of Feminist Science and Technology Studies in the Department of Women's Studies at San Diego State University. I study, write, speak, and teach about the social, political, and ethical dimensions of the ways that science, technology, and institutions come together to shape people's lives, and the possibilities for living, and dying, available to them. I also speak and teach about issues of diversity, equity, and inclusion within the academy, and within STEM. I am the advisor for the Science, Technology and Society Studies (STSS) minor program, as well as the Chair of SafeZones@SDSU.
Due to COVID-19, I am only giving virtual presentations. If you are interested in booking me to speak on my research, or issues of diversity, equity and inclusion (particularly in the academy or in STEM), please email cclunetaylor at sdsu.edu
I do not currently have any publicly available or accessible presentations scheduled for 2021. If you would like to book me for a presentation, please feel free to reach out.