Kate is a JD-Phd student at Yale Law School and the Yale Department of History. Their work in 20th century U.S. legal history focuses on neoliberal social theory and public law across the left/right divide from 1975-2008. Side projects-in-progress include an analysis of discrimination on the basis of family form in zoning law, and a history of the transgender legal campaign against anti-crossdressing ordinances.
Prior to starting graduate school, they worked as a community organizer in New York, and as a photographer and oral historian in Argentina thanks to a Fulbright Research Grant. You can find their writing in small magazines, including Jacobin Magazine, where they are a contributing editor.
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