Eleanor Immerman
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Eleanor Immerman

Ellie explores experimentation on what nuclear arms reductions would mean. Further, Ellie is interested in sociological and ethical questions around neural enhancement, particularly related to memory.

Ellie received her master's degree in Technology Policy from MIT. She has done neuroscience research in memory, addiction, and sex differences. Further, she has worked in nuclear and space policy at the Bulletin of the Atomic Scientists, the James Martin Center for Nonproliferation Studies, the Carnegie Endowment for International Peace, the Science and Technology Policy Institute, and as a graduate student in the Laboratory for Nuclear Security and Policy at MIT. She has an undergraduate degree from the University of Chicago in international studies, where she wrote a thesis on how coercion plays into nuclear rollback decisions.

Key words

sociology of arms control experimentation; nuclear policy and justice; sociology of knowledge; technocracy; neuroethics; history of memory; neuroenhancement




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