Dr Katrina Forrester is a lecturer in the history of political thought at Queen Mary University of London. Her research focuses on the history of twentieth-century thought and the intellectual history of the United States. She is currently completing her first book Reinventing Morality (Princeton, forthcoming) about the history of American political philosophy since the 1950s, and Nature, Action and the Future (Cambridge, forthcoming) a co-edited volume of essays about the history of environmental political thought.
Her other interests include the history of feminism, ideas about the future and the modern state. She has written about intellectual history and contemporary politics for a variety of publications, including the London Review of Books, The Nation, Dissent and The New Statesman.
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