BSc (Hons 1); PhD; Certificate in Research Higher Degree Supervision, Griffith Institute for Higher Education
Griffith School of Environment and, Centre for Governance and Public Policy
- Environmental politics, policy and governance
- Science, technology and society studies
- Environmental sustainability and social transitions
- Genetic engineering (GM) policy and regulation
- Community engagement and place-change
- Energy systems, including controversies around wind and nuclear energies
- Science and technology governance and citizen engagement
Current Teaching Areas
- Environmental Politics and Policy (second year undergraduate course)
- Biopolitics & Nature (third year undergraduate course)
- Hindmarsh, R. (ed.) 2013. Nuclear Disaster at Fukushima Daiichi: Social, Political and Environmental Issues. Routledge Book Series in Studies on Science, Technology and Society, New York.
- Hindmarsh, R, 2013. Nuclear disaster at Fukushima Daiichi: introducing the terrain. In R. Hindmarsh (ed.) Nuclear Disaster at Fukushima Daiichi: Social, Political and Environmental Issues. Routledge Book Series in Studies on Science, Technology and Society, New York, 1-21.
- Hindmarsh, R, 2013. 3/11: Megatechnology, siting, place, and participation. In R. Hindmarsh (ed.) Nuclear Disaster at Fukushima Daiichi: Social, Political and Environmental Issues. Routledge Book Series in Studies on Science, Technology and Society, New York, 57-77.
- Hindmarsh, R. 2013. Hot air ablowin’: ‘Media-speak’, social conflict, and the Australian ‘decoupled’ wind farm controversy. Social Studies of Science DOI: 10.1177/0306312713504239.
- Hindmarsh, R., Parkinson, A. 2012. The public inquiry as a contested political technology: GM crop moratoria review in Australia. Environmental Politics, DOI:10.1080/09644016.2012.698882.
- Hindmarsh, R. 2012. ‘Liberating’ social knowledges for water management, and more broadly environmental management, through ‘place-change planning’. Local Environment: The International Journal of Justice and Sustainability, 17(10):1121-1136.
- Hindmarsh, R., 2012. The Asia-Pacific STS Network: Bridging North, South, East, and West, EASST Review, 31(3): 12-14.
- Hindmarsh, R. 2008. Edging Towards BioUtopia: A New Politics of Reordering Life & The Democratic Challenge. UWA Press, Crawley.
- Prainsack, B., Reardon, J., Hindmarsh, R., Gottweis, H., Naue, U., Lunshof, J-E. 2008. Personal genomes:misdirected precaution, Nature 456 (6 Nov), 34-35.
- Hindmarsh, R., Matthews, C. 2008, Deliberative speak at the turbine face: community engagement, wind farms, and renewable energy transitions, in Australia, Environmental Policy and Planning 10(3): 217-32.
- Hindmarsh, R., Du Plessis, R. 2008. GMO regulation and civic participation at the 'edge of the world': the case of Australia and New Zealand. In Hindmarsh, R., Du Plessis, R. (eds) 2008. Special Issue: Life Sciences Governance: Civic Transitions and Trajectories. New Genetics and Society 27(3): 181-99.
- Hindmarsh, R. 2008. Investigating Australian biocivic concerns and governance of forensic DNA technologies: confronting technocracy. In Hindmarsh, R., Du Plessis, R. (eds) 2008. Special Issue: Life Sciences Governance: Civic Transitions and Trajectories, New Genetics and Society 27 (3): 267-84
- Hindmarsh, R., 2008. Food and Environmental Security in the Indian Ocean Region: Questioning the GM Doubly Green Revolution. In T. Doyle, M. Risely (eds.) Crucible for Survival: Environmental Security in the Indian Ocean Region. Rutgers University Press, New Jersey.
- Hindmarsh, R. 2008. Environment, Energy, and Water in the 21st Century: The Role of Deliberative Governance for the Knowledge Society. In Hern, G., Rooney, D., Wright, D. (eds.) Knowledge Policy: Challenge for the 21st Century. Edward Elgar Publishing Ltd, UK.
- Hindmarsh, R. 2008. Green Biopolitics: A New Conceptual Space. In K. Braun and H. Gottweis (eds.) Mapping Biopolitics and Beyond, Routledge ECPR Series, in press.
- Lawson, C., Hindmarsh, R. 2007. Regulating Genetically Modified Organisms: A Case Study Assessing Regulatory Quality and Performance, Australian Business Law Review 35: 181-203.
- Daniels, F., Dale, P., Hindmarsh, R., Fellows, C., Buckridge, M., P. Cysowki 2007. Interdisciplinary Foundations: Reflecting on Three Decades of Teaching and Research at Griffith University, Australia, Studies in Higher Education 32(2):167-85.
- Lawson, C., Hindmarsh, R. 2006. Releasing GM Canola into the Environment - Deconstructing a Decision of the Gene Technology Regulator under the Gene Technology Act 2000 (Cth), Environmental and Planning Law Journal, 23(1): 22-59.
- Hil, R., Hindmarsh, R. 2006. Body Talk: Genetic Screening as a Device of Crime Regulation. In M. Betta (ed.) The Moral, Social and Commercial Imperatives of Genetic Screening and Testing: The Australian Case. Springer, Dordrecht.
- Hindmarsh, R. 2005. Genetic Engineering Regulation in Australia: An 'Archaeology' of Expertise and Power, in Hindmarsh, R., Gottweis, H. (eds.) Special Issue, Recombinant Regulation, Science as Culture, 14(4): 373-92.
- Hindmarsh, R., Gottweis, H. (eds.) 2005. Recombinant Regulation: The Asilomar Legacy Thirty Years On. Science as Culture, (14(4), December, Special Issue.
- Hindmarsh, R., Lawrence, G. (eds.) 2004. Recoding Nature: Critical Perspectives on Genetic Engineering, UNSW Press, Sydney.
- Hindmarsh, R. 2004. GM Policy Networks in Asia: The Discursive Politics of the 'Doubly Green Revolution'. In N. Stehr (ed.) Biotechnology: Between Commerce and Civil Society. Transaction, USA.
- Hindmarsh, R., Lawrence. 2004. Recoding Nature: Deciphering the Script. In R. Hindmarsh, G. Lawrence (eds.) Recoding Nature: Critical Perspectives on Genetic Engineering, UNSW Press, Sydney.
- Hindmarsh, R. 2003. Genetic Modification and the Doubly Green Revolution, Society, 40(6): 9-19.
- Hindmarsh, R., Lawrence, G. (eds.) 2001. Altered Genes II: The Future?, Revised edition, Scribe, Melbourne.
- Hindmarsh, R. 1999. Consolidating Control: Plant Variety Rights, Genes and Seeds, Australian Journal of Political Economy, 44: 58-78.
- Hindmarsh, R. 1998. Bioscience in Action! Subduing Dissent, Containing Debate. In R. Hindmarsh, G. Lawrence, J. Norton (eds.) Altered Genes Reconstructing Nature: The Debate. Allen & Unwin, Sydney.
Current Supervised PhD Students
- Meaghan Webster - Ethical consumption and strong sustainability transitions
- Hannah Zulch - Psychological preparedness for natural disaster management
- Rebecca Duell - Local food systems and sustainability transitions
- Chandani Panditharatne - An appropriate climate change adaptation policy for Sri Lanka
- Meuthia Naim - Effective community engagement for climate change adaptation in Indonesia