Nadine Weidman

Curriculum Vitae

Nadine Weidman, Ph.D., is a lecturer in the History of Science Department. Her research focuses on the history of the emotions, concepts of race and gender, and science popularization in the twentieth century human sciences. Her current book project, to be titled The Killer Instinct, is a study of the debate about whether human beings are innately violent, from Freud to sociobiology. She is also incoming editor of the journal History of Psychology.