Co-editor, The Right to Research; PhD Student, Researcher, University of Chicago
Kate Reed is a PhD student in Latin American history at the University of Chicago. She holds an MPhil in economic and social history from the University of Oxford and an A.B. in history from Princeton University, where she began working for the Global History Lab in 2017. Before beginning graduate study, she was a teaching fellow for Global History Dialogues in its first two iterations. Her research considers questions of labour, gender, and structural economic change in twentieth-century Mexico, and her work has appeared in Public Books, Nacla Report on the Americas, and A Contracorriente. She is co-editor of The Right to Research.