Kathrin Braun, political scientist, born in 1960, has done extensive work on the politics of bioethics and biomedicine, as well as the politics of coming to terms with human rights violations related to biopolitics. She received her PhD and title of extraordinary professor from the University of Hanover and has taught at a range of universities in Germany, the US, the UK and elsewhere. Since 2018 she has been research coordinator at the Center for Interdisciplinary Risk and Innovation Studies (ZIRIUS) at the University of Stuttgart, Germany.
Die Sprache der Ethik und die Politik des richtigen Sprechens. Ethikregime in Deutschland, Frankreich und GroßbritannienSeiten 221 - 242
Der bioökonomische Zugriff auf KörpermaterialienSeiten 61 - 84
FrontmatterSeiten 1 - 4
ContentsSeiten 5 - 6
Between self-determination and social technology. Medicine, biopolitics and the new techniques of procedural managementSeiten 11 - 30
Post-apocalyptic discourse and the new modesty: governing preimplantation genetic diagnosis in the UKSeiten 189 - 214
List of ContributorsSeiten 271 - 272