Berg is a researcher at the Department of History of Science and Ideas at Uppsala University and Senior Lecturer/Assistant Professor in History of Ideas at the Department of Culture and Aesthetics, Stockholm University. Her research interests include the social, cultural and political history of medicine, healthcare and psychiatry, and are also directed towards postcolonial issues and gender history. After defending her PhD dissertation (Den gränslösa hälsan: Signe och Axel Höjer, folkhälsan och expertisen) in 2009, she has been occupied with several parallel research projects focusing on the limits of citizenship in relation to psychiatric patients with ambiguous diagnoses, on the history of Swedish development assistance, and on scientific personae and travel in the twentieth century.
Negotiating normality: A comparative study of ethical debates on prenatal diagnostics
Publications and presentations:
• “An acceptable eugenics? Ethical debates on prenatal diagnostics in Sweden and Denmark, ca 1980–2010" (title in transl.), paper presentation, Swedish Historians’ Meeting (Svenska historikermötet), Mittuniversitetet, Sundsvall, May 10–12, 2017.