My work has been featured in news outlets that include ABC News, Agence France-Presse, CityLab, The Conversation, Crikey, Nine News, and Salon. I have also written pieces for general and specialist audiences, a selection of which is provided here. I grant media interviews upon request.
- Magnificent Mundane Governance with Steve Woolgar, Simone Dennis, and Kate Henne. The Wholesome Show, November, 23, 2017.
- Give Methods a Chance: Kathryn Henne on Multi-Sited Fieldwork. The Society Pages, October 2, 2015.
- Office Hours: Kathryn Henne on Sport, Sex Testing and Fair Play. The Society Pages, March 23, 2014.
Editorials and News Items (recent)
- Apps against Sexual Violence Have Been Tried before. They Don’t Work (with Jenna Imad Harb and Renee Shelby). The Conversation, March 19, 2021.
- People Have Had a Hard Time Weighing Pandemic Risks Because They Haven’t Gotten Information They Needed When They Needed It (with Kathleen Pine and Myeong Lee). The Conversation, April 29, 2021.
- NFL Concussion Lawsuit Payouts Reveal How Racial Bias in Science Continues (with Matt Ventresca). The Conversation, September 17, 2020.
- Rather than Defunding the Police, Politicians are Increasing Funding for Body-Worn Cameras (with Krystle Shore). The Conversation, August 20, 2020.
- Building a Gender Equitable Sporting Future (with Madeleine Pape). Policy Forum, March 18, 2020.
- How Portrayals of the NFL are Shaping Criminal Justice Reform (with Matt Ventresca). The Conversation, February 20, 2020 (Reprinted in Salon).
Open-Access Papers and Reports (selected)
- Police-issued Surveillance Technologies: A Systematic Review and Analysis of the Research (with Krystle Shore and Jenna Harb). Justice and Technoscience Research Report Series. Canberra: Australian National University (2020).
- Global Drug Regulation: International Legal Challenges and the Prohibition Regime. Contemporary Research of Global Legal Issues. Sejong-si: Korea Legislation Research Institute (2016).
- Suspect Subjects: Affects of Bodily Regulation (with Emily Troshynski). International Journal of Crime, Justice and Social Democracy, vol. 2, no. 2 (2013): 100–112.
- From the Academy to the UN and Back Again: The Traveling Politics of Intersectionality. Intersections: Gender and Sexuality in Asia and the Pacific, vol. 33 (2013).
- Re-imagining the Crimino-Legal Complex: Toward a Critical Pedagogy (with Rita Shah). The Critical Criminologist, Spring 2012: 4–9.
- The Origins of the International Olympic Committee Medical Commission and its Technocratic Regime: An Historiographic Investigation of Anti-Doping Regulation. Lausanne: International Olympic Committee.