About the presenter

Spring Week on Campus 2019
Research Fellow Kate Hannah

Research Fellow Kate Hannah

Kate Hannah has a Master of Arts (2004) from Waikato University in 19th Century American Literary Culture. Her principal research area is the historiography of the history of science, with a focus on the cultures and subcultures of science, gender in science history, and narrative and complexity. She holds multiple roles at Te Pūnaha Matatini, a New Zealand Centre of Research Excellence for complex systems and networks – Deputy Director, Equity and Inclusion, executive manager and associate investigator; she is a research fellow in the Department of Physics at the University of Auckland, and a Te Pūnaha Matatini-funded PhD candidate at the Centre for Science and Society at Victoria University Wellington, investigating novel hybrid methodologies for the history of science. Basically, she’s a historian in a Physics department.