Artboard 3

Christopher Donohue

Christopher Donohue Ph.D. is Historian of the National Human Genome Research Institute. He is the editor of various volumes in the history of biology and genetics as well as eugenics in its social and scientific contexts, especially in Central and Eastern Europe and the Balkans. He is deputy editor-in-chief of the Ideology and Politics  Journal, an academic review which focuses on post-Soviet and post-socialist legacies.  His book in the history of contemporary genetics and biology and its social and philosophical implications: HapMap, Human Variation and Our Changing Understanding of Human Heredity is now under contract with Springer Nature.

Scroll to Top