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Giulia Cavaliere

Caroline Miles Visiting Scholar

May 2022

Dr Giulia Cavaliere is a Lecturer in Medical Law & Medical Ethics at the Dickson Poon School of Law at King’s College London. She holds a PhD from King’s College London, which was awarded in 2019. Her doctoral research focused on the moral and political implications of developing and implementing novel reproductive technologies, and on the history and practice of eugenics.

Giuli’s current research focuses on the desire to have genetically related children, and on moral and political questions raised by reproductive technologies. Giuli’s work draws on moral and political philosophy and feminist theory, and adopts a broadly egalitarian perspective concerning questions of access to reproductive technologies.

Find out more about the Caroline Miles Visiting Scholarship.

Giulia Cavaliere