I am a Research Fellow with the Crawford School of Public Policy, working on projects relating to citizen engagement and participation. I recently completed my PhD with the School of Politics and International Relations at the Australian National University; my thesis outlined a proposal for how to better include nonhuman animals within the scope of legal justice.
I also volunteer for the Animal Defenders Office, a nationally accredited community legal centre based in Canberra that focuses on animal law issues, and serve as a member of the ACT's Animal Welfare Advisory Committee.
Research fellow, Australian National University
Australian National University, Doctor of Philosophy
Australian National University, Bachelor of Science
University of Adelaide, Bachelor of Arts
“An Isolating Experience Aggravated by COVID”: Exploring Disconnections Between Political Science PhD Candidates and Supervisors, PS: Political Science & Politics
Hard Work and You Can’t Get It: An International Comparative Analysis of Gender, Career Aspirations, and Preparedness Among Politics and International Relations PhD Students, PS: Political Science & Politics
Criminalising (cubes of) truth: Animal advocacy, civil disobedience, and the politics of sight, Critical Review of International Social and Political Philosophy
Of droughts and fleeting rains: Drought, agriculture and media discourse in Australia, Australian Journal of Politics and History
Moral Responsiveness and Nonhuman Animals: A Challenge to Kantian Morality, Ethics and the Environment
Young people and intentional informal voting in Australia, Australian Journal of Political Science