Kathleen Hanlon-Lundberg

Kathleen Hanlon-Lundberg

Part-time Faculty

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Curriculum vitae

Kathleen Hanlon-Lundberg



Public Health

Research interest(s)/area of expertise

Reproductive health, Maternal and Child Health

Technology in Medicine

Human, Animal, Vegetable Entanglements


My dissertation research explores contemporary social models of pregnancy and childbirth with newly delivered persons, focusing on concepts of "nature" and "technology". 

I am currently involved in projects looking at the ways in which technology is naturalized into everyday concepts of health and well being. I also research human-animal interactions including issues of trust and social contracts, especially in multi-species sport.


  • M.D. Medical College of Wisconsin
  • B.S. University of Wisconsin - Eau Claire
  • Licensed Physician, State of Michigan
  • SafeSport Trained
  • Ph.D. Wayne State University: Medical Anthropology

Currently teaching

Global Health

World Cultures

Courses taught

Social and Behavioral Aspects of Public Health

Biological Anthropology