Researcher biography

Dr Amelia Radke is a Postdoctoral Research Fellow in Digital Human Rights at The University of Queensland's Centre for Policy Futures. Amelia joined the Centre for Policy Futures in 2019 as part of the CSIRO-UQ Responsible Innovation Collaboration to investigate the intersection of technology and human rights on a local to a global scale. As an interdisciplinary scholar, Amelia's research lies at the juncture of science and technology studies, anthropology, and socio-legal studies. Amelia attained a Bachelor of Arts with First Class Honours (anthropology) in 2013, where she was the recipient of the Bruce Rigsby Prize in Anthropology; and awarded her PhD in 2018 from the School of Social Science and School of Law at the University of Queensland.

She is a member of the University of Queensland Indigenous People and the Law Research Cluster; and is the early career researcher representative for the Law, Ethnography and Society Collaborative Research Network, which is part of the Law and Society Association in America. In addition to her research in academia, she was also the chief investigator for a community-based criminal law initiative called 'Transport2Court' with Bryony Walters and the Queensland Council of Social Services (QCOSS).