PhD in Cultural Studies; Tutor in Criminology, Griffith University

Has teaching, research and professional experience in criminology & criminal justice, child welfare & protection, and aesthetics & the arts. PhD thesis was titled "Contemporary Music & its Audiences." Co-winner of the 2011 Australian Book Review Calibre Prize. Recent articles include "Benjamin, Adorno and Modern-Day Flanerie" (Thesis Eleven 121/1), "Dialectics, Infant Shaking and Perpetrator Statements in Child Abuse" (Journal of Family Violence 29/1), "The Aesthetics of Conservatism" (Overland 210)", "Developing a Revised Typology of Child Homicide" (Children Australia 2016 [with Dr Danielle Reynald]) and "An Interpretive Approach to Understanding Crime in Rural Australia" (in Harkness et al. 2015 Locating Crime in Context and Place [with Professor John Scott]).

Experience

  • –present
    Tutor in Criminology, Griffith University

Education

  • 2009 
    University of New England, PhD