Morgan Seag is a geographer and historian of science completing her PhD at the University of Cambridge. Her research explores environmental
history, history of science, and institutional change in remote spaces. More specifically, her PhD dissertation examines the integration of women into national Antarctic programs in the twentieth century. She also holds an MPhil in Geography / Polar Studies from Cambridge. In her non-academic career, Morgan has been a rapporteur to the Antarctic Treaty Consultative Meeting; a science outreach manager and science communication specialist; and a support contractor at McMurdo Station, Antarctica.
- Research projects / interests:
- Gender and Science
- Institutional change
- Antarctic history
- International spaces
- Antarctic Treaty System