Jenny Reardon

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Jenny Reardon "is an Assistant Professor of Sociology at the University of California, Santa Cruz and Adjunct Research Professor of Women's Studies and the Institute of Genome Sciences and Policy at Duke University. She received her Ph.D. in Science and Technology Studies from Cornell University in August 2002. From Fall 1999-Spring 2002, she was a Fellow in Science, Technology and Public Policy at the Belfer Center for Science and International Affairs at the Kennedy School of Government at Harvard University. She taught in the Division of Biology and Medicine at Brown University from 2002-2004, and was a fellow at the Institute of Genome Sciences and Policy and a research assistant professor Women's Studies at Duke University from 2004-2005." [1]



  • Reardon, Jenny. Forthcoming. “Anti-Colonial Genomic Practice? Learning from Chacmool and the Genographic Project.” International Journal of Cultural Property.
  • Reardon, Jenny. Forthcoming. “Responsibility for Rights: Human Population Genomics and the Dilemma of Difference.” In Sheila Jasanoff ed. Reframing Rights: The Constitutional Implications of Technological Change.

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  1. Jenny Reardon, Science and Justice Working Group, accessed November 5, 2009.