I am a social scientist, author, and educator with research and teaching interests in the intersections between technologies of regulation and social inequality. As an ethnographer and social theorist, I use analytic insights from feminist studies and science and technology studies to investigate broader relationships between law and society. I have studied these and related concerns in relation to surveillance, sport, biomedicine, global governance, crime, security, and deviance.
Currently, I am a Senior Research Fellow of the RegNet School of Regulation and Global Governance at the Australian National University, where I also serve as Director of Education. As Director of Education, I oversee research training programs in the areas of governance and regulation, which are built on the School’s principles of justice, sustainability, and well-being. More information is available on the education section of RegNet’s website.