Doctor of Philosophy (2021) University of Wollongong
Master of Environmental Studies (2011) University of Melbourne
Bachelor of Arts, Political and Social Sciences (2008) Sciences-Po Paris
I am a qualitative social and cultural researcher. I use a critical lens and my training in geography to explore issues of power, inequities and belonging in diverse places. Ethnographic methods that attend to the ways people live and experience places are a central thread in my work.
My current work investigates the ways health inequities are constructed, experienced, and reproduced at different scales. I focus on people’s trajectories through healthcare, the role of affect and emotions in relations of care, and community advocacy for social justice
2022 - Professor Jim Hagan Memorial Prize for best PhD thesis completed in Humanities and Social Inquiry at the University of Wollongong
2021 - Two commendations for outstanding doctoral thesis, University of Wollongong
2017 - Winner, Global Challenges Program's 'PhD Travel Scholarship Video Challenge'
2010 - Graduate Study Award, Office for Environmental Programs, University of Melbourne
PHCM 9626 Inequalities, Inequities and Health