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Catherine Katz

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catherinekatzAdjunct Fellow

Expertise: Economics, History

Catherine Katz graduated magna cum laude from Harvard in 2013, where she studied history and economics.  In 2014, Catherine received an M.Phil in Modern European History at the University of Cambridge in the UK, where she wrote her dissertation on the origins of modern counterintelligence practices and their implications on the debate surrounding the right to privacy.  Catherine worked for New York Times opinion columnist David Brooks as research assistant for his April 2015 book, The Road to Character.  She has also previously worked for Senator Mark Kirk during his time as Representative for the Illinois 10th District, as well as at Goldman Sachs.  Most recently, Catherine worked at BlackRock as an Alternative Investments Analyst.

Catherine is originally from the Chicago area.  She serves on the Board of Directors for the Harvard Alumni Association and is a regular contributor to the Churchill Centre’s peer-reviewed journal, Finest Hour.

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Selected Works:

Shadows of the First World War: Surveillance, Censorship, and the Right to Privacy