Micah Goodrich

Micah Goodrich (he/him) received his PhD at UConn in 2020 and currently teaches in the WGSS program and the English Department at the Storrs campus. He works on the resonances of gender, embodiment, and science in premodern and modern literature. Micah’s research interests include: queer-feminist science studies, transgender studies, queer/trans-ecofeminism, literary history of gender, sexuality and the body, and history of science and technology. He is working on his first monograph, “Somatographies: Trans Natures in the Premodern Wake” which explores the queer and trans logics of premodern “nature” by putting premodern scientific and medical literature in dialogue with contemporary theory and politics.

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