My article with Matt Ventresca (University of Calgary) is in the latest issue of Crime, Media, Culture. The full text is available here. A criminal … Continue Reading Article in Crime, Media, Culture
An interdisciplinary scholar interested in biogovernance, I study how science and technology contribute to the governance of persons and populations. My research and publications span issues of biometric surveillance, criminological knowledge production, human enhancement and well-being, regulatory science, and technologies of policing. My teaching reflects this range: I have taught courses on crime and deviance, gender studies, law and regulation, popular culture, science and technology studies, social theory, sport, and surveillance.