My recent article in The Conversation is below, or go straight to the original article. Punishing doping athletes isn’t a long-term solution By Kate Henne, Australian National University There has been much discussion in recent weeks about Lance Armstrong, his legacy, and charges levelled by the United States Anti-Doping Agency (USADA) that the Texan cyclist … Continue Reading Does punishment stop doping?
On August 1, I am speaking at a public seminar hosted by the State, Society and Governance in Melanesia (SSGM) program at the Australian National University. The seminar considers debates surrounding the sport-for-development thesis and, using case studies from the Pacific region and Australia, highlights how Rugby League has served as a development … Continue Reading Sport and development in the Pacific and Australia
Following Sally Engle Merry’s visit to the ANU, the College of Asia and Pacific asked me to provide a short write-up on the workshop held during her visit, Critical Approaches to Gender and Justice. It is written for a general audience and available here. It unfortunately does not discuss the linkages with … Continue Reading ANU events with Sally Merry
Beyond college basketball in the United States, March always seems a busy month for academic activities. In addition to a few paper deadlines and abstract submissions, I am presenting at a local workshop and conference: Wednesday, March 14 in Seminar Room C, Coombs Building, Australian National University, from 9:30 to … Continue Reading March madness
It turns out I will be in Hawai’i this June! The annual meeting of the Law and Society Association is part of the International Conference on Law & Society. The details for the panel is as follows: Remapping Terrains of Surveillance as Alternative Cartographies of Jurisdiction Scheduled Time: Tue, Jun 5 … Continue Reading LSA panel accepted