Catherine Kevin

Catherine Kevin is history and politics lecturer at the Menzies Centre for Australian Studies.

She has a BA (hons) and PhD in history from the University of Sydney where she completed her thesis on “A genealogy of pregnancy in medicine and the law: Australia, 1945-2000”.


Families on the frontier

EssayWhen I met Maree Inggall in the foyer of her Sydney hotel, she had travelled from Melbourne to the clinic of Sydney IVF for the third time in as many months.[i] The purpose of the first visit was a general...

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