Biopolitics, political economy, mass culture, body/subjectivity, gender/sexuality
Kimberly Klinger is a PhD student in the Cultural Studies program at George Mason University. Her research interests involve biopolitics, governmentality, the body, gender/sexuality, and mass culture. She received her Bachelors from Penn State University, majoring in Letters, Arts, and Sciences; and her masters from George Washington University in Women's Studies with a focus on Media Theory. Her dissertation will explore the growth of organ transplantation in 1980s/90s Pittsburgh and its effects on the lives and deaths of a newly formed patient population. Kimberly is a GTA in the Honors College and teaches in the School of Integrative Studies.