Higher Degree by Research Candidate
School of Social Sciences
Faculty of Arts, Business, Law and Economics
I am a PhD Candidate in Gender Studies and Anthropology at the University of Adelaide. I completed a Bachelor of Arts with double majors in French and Anthropology, also at the University of Adelaide, with first class Honours in Anthropology for my thesis 'Dialysis in the Desert: Blood, biopower, and biomedical technologies in Central Australia' which explored relationships between land, machines, and bodies for anangu and warlpiri people using dialysis to manage End-Stage Renal Disease. My current PhD work draws on Medical Anthropology, Gender Studies, and Science and Technology Studies to investigate settler colonialism and biopower in relation to discourses of intergenerational trauma and epigenetics.
Date Position Institution name 2018 - 2019 Language and Health Project Officer University of Adelaide
Language Competency French Can read, write, speak and understand spoken
Date Institution name Country Title 2017 University of Adelaide Australia Bacherlor of Arts (Hons)
Year Citation 2023 Keaney, J., Byrne, H., Warin, M., Kowal, E., Meloni, M., Gilbert, S., . . . Brown, A. (2023). Epigenetic science and Indigenous health: key issues and considerations for future research. The International Indigenous Policy Journal, 14(3). 2023 Keaney, J., Byrne, H., Warin, M., & Kowal, E. (2023). Refusing Epigenetics: Indigeneity and the Colonial Politics of Trauma. History and Philosophy of the Life Sciences. 2023 Warin, M., Keaney, J., Kowal, E., & Byrne, H. (2023). Circuits of time: enacting postgenomics in Indigenous Australia. Body and Society, 29(2), 20-48.
Year Citation 2024 Keaney, J., Byrne, H., Warin, M., Kowal, E., & Meloni, M. (2024). Intergenerational Trauma.. In M. Pentecost, J. Keaney, T. Moll, & M. Penkler (Eds.), The Handbook of DOHaD & Society: past, present and future directions of biosocial collaboration.. Cambridge University Press. 2020 Byrne, H. (2020). Dialysis in the desert: blood, biomedial technologies, and transformation in Central Australia. In R. Vokes, & A. Dundon (Eds.), Shifting States New Perspectives on Security, Infrastructure, and Political Affect. Routledge.
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