Dr Carolyn McKay

BCom LLB (New South Wales) MSA (Sydney) MVA (Sydney) PhD (Sydney)
Lecturer in Law, Civil &
Criminal Procedure and Criminal Law

F10 - Law School (Camperdown)
The University of Sydney

Telephone +61 2 8627 5747
Fax +61 2 9351 0200

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Papers on the Social Science Research Network (SSRN)

Biographical details

Dr Carolyn McKay is a Lecturer in Law at the University of Sydney Law School where she teaches Criminal Law and Civil & Criminal Procedure. She is recognised for her research into technologies in justice, specifically her empirical research into prisoners’ experiences of accessing justice from a custodial situation by audio visual links. Her qualitative study based on one-to-one interviews with prisoners provided evidence for her PhD thesis as well as her recently published research monograph,The Pixelated Prisoner: Prison video links, court ‘appearance’ and the justice matrix (2018) Routledge. Carolyn has published and presented in relation to other technologies and has been appointed to the NSW Law Society Legal Technologies Committee in 2019. She was Co-Deputy Director of the Sydney Institute of Criminology 2017 & 2018 and has been a Visiting Scholar at the Oñati International Institute for the Sociology of Law, Spain. Carolyn has previously consulted on anti-dumping trade disputes and indirect taxation, working in both Sydney and Tokyo, and she also has a digital media/visual arts practice.

Research interests

  • Crime and criminal justice
  • Technologies in justice
  • Prisons and penology
  • Visual criminology
  • Surveillance and policing
  • Interdisciplinary research methodologies

Teaching and supervision

  • Criminal Law
  • Civil & Criminal Procedure
  • The Legal Profession
  • Legal Research

Current research students

Project title Research student
Censorship in the Arts: The Blurred Line between Art and Child Pornography Linda WILKEN

Associations

  • Bar Association of New South Wales (academic member)
  • Law Society of New South Wales (associate member / Legal Technologies Committee)
  • Member, Sydney Institute of Criminology
  • Member, Australian and New Zealand Society of Criminology
  • Member, Australasian Institute of Judicial Administration
  • Member, International Corrections & Prisons Association
  • Member, Australasian Law Teachers Association
  • Member, Women's Justice Network

Awards and honours

Awards:

  • Curator for 2018 justiceINjustice collaborative project withThe Lock-Up - Museums & Galleries of NSW IMAGinE award
  • 2013 First Prize for Outstanding Presentation – Sydney Law School Postgraduate Conference
  • 2009 selected for '2039: The Dean's List' (SCA) -Verge Gallery, University of Sydney

Scholarships:

  • 2011-14 John O’Brien Memorial Research Scholarship in Criminal Law & Criminology
  • 2014 Cooke, Cooke, Coghlan, Godfrey & Littlejohn top-up scholarship

In the media

ABCRadio National, The Law Report with Damien Carrick, ‘Pixelated Prisoners: Having your day in court via audio visual link’, 6 November 2018

ABC Radio National, The People vs with Josh Szeps,The People vs Prisons , 16 September 2018

The Wire / 2SERInterview with Daniel Sleiman,Is Orange the New Black?,5 February 2018

John Stewart, 3 August 2017

ABC Radio, interviewed by Melanie Pearce regarding changes to NSW prison cell size, 11 October 2016.

Video links in court creating distance between prisoners and lawyers > 20 September 2016 ABC (702 Sydney, Broken Hill, Mid North Coast, Central West NSW, South East NSW) Staff Member: Carolyn McKay

ABC (702 Sydney, Broken Hill, Mid North Coast, Central West NSW, South East NSW) interviewed PhD candidate Carolyn McKay from Sydney Law School about her research that found the increased reliance on video links in NSW courts has put prisoners at a distance from their lawyers.

Sydney Morning Herald, ‘'You’re just a face on a screen really’: The huge technology changes in NSW courts’, Rachel Olding, 19 September 2016.

ABC, ‘Court video links feared to reduce prisoners to ‘just a face on the screen’’, Sydney University study finds, Gavin Coote, 19 September 2016.

Business Insider, ‘A love of courtroom video links is creating fairness issues in NSW’, Chris Pash, 19 September 2016.

University of Sydney, ‘Rising use of prison video links limit lawyer-client access’, Luke O’Neill, 19 September 2016.

Sydney Morning Herald, 2SER FM, WA Today, regarding ‘Doing Time’ visual art exhibition hosted by the Sydney Institute of Criminology and Sydney University Union at Verge Gallery, 27 July 2015.

Newcastle Herald, ‘Bodies make their mark’, Mike Scanlon, 18 October 2014 regarding tattoo designs of Hunter Valley convicts.

The Conversation, 'Higher quality court videolinks will improve justice outcomes: study', 3 July 2013. http://theconversation.com/higher-quality-court-videolinks-will-improve-justice-outcomes-study-15453.

Selected publications & creative works

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Books

  • McKay, C. (2018). The Pixelated Prisoner: Prison Video Links, Court 'Appearance' and the Justice Matrix. Oxon: Routledge. [More Information]
  • Mason, G., Maher, J., McCulloch, J., Pickering, S., Wickes, R., McKay, C. (2017). Policing Hate Crime: Understanding Communities and Prejudice. Abingdon: Routledge. [More Information]

Book Chapters

  • McKay, C. (2017). Face-to-interface Communication: Accessing Justice by Video Link from Prison. In Asher Flynn and Jackie Hodgson (Eds.), Access to Justice and Legal Aid: Comparative Perspectives on Unmet Legal Need, (pp. 103-121). Oxford: Hart Publishing.
  • McKay, C. (2013). Art, Criminology & Research. In Denise Thwaites (Eds.), Critical Animalia: a decade between disciplines, (pp. 93-96). Newcastle: Critical Animals.

Journals

  • McKay, C. (2018). Digital Access to Justice from Prison: Is There a Right to Technology? Criminal Law Journal, 42, 303-321.
  • McKay, C. (2018). Video Links from Prison: Court "Appearance" within Carceral Space. Law, Culture and the Humanities, 14(2), 242-262. [More Information]
  • McKay, C. (2017). "Model Prison" 2015: HD video with audio installation; MDF and acrylic paint installation, 07:25 minutes, looped. The Annual Review of Interdisciplinary Justice Research, 6, 230-235.
  • McKay, C. (2016). Pixels, screens and prison video links: changing how lawyers deal with clients. Law Society Journal, December, 24-25. [More Information]
  • McKay, C. (2016). Video Links from Prison: Permeability and the Carceral World. International Journal for Crime, Justice and Social Democracy, 5(1), 21-37. [More Information]
  • McKay, C. (2015). Human Rights in Closed Environments by Bronwyn Naylor, Julie Debeljak and Anita Mackay (eds) (2014) Federation Press, 304 pp, ISBN 9781862879652. Sydney Law Review, 37(4), 617-634.
  • McKay, C. (2013). Covert: The artist as voyeur. Surveillance and Society, 11(3/4), 334-353.
  • McKay, C. (2013). Video Conferencing from Prison: Inmates, Screens and the Remote Custody Dock. The International Journal of New Media, Technology and the Arts, 7(3), 21-32.
  • McKay, C. (2010). Murder Ob/Scene: The Seen, Unseen and Ob/scene in Murder Trials. Law Text Culture, 14, 79-93.
  • McKay, C. (2010). Word of Mouth: Eyewitness Testimony. Yemaya, 2010, 72-73.

Conferences

  • McKay, C. (2018). Accessing justice from prison: Videoconferencing, digital devices and legal support for the incarcerated. UCL 2nd International Conference on Access to Justice and Legal Services, London, UK: Presentation.
  • McKay, C. (2018). Appropriating the document: legal artefacts as visual art. What is a Document? A workshop on documentation, records and evidence, UTS Faculty of Law, Sydney, NSW: Presentation.
  • McKay, C., Lee, M. (2018). Body Worn Images: The New Aesthetics of Policing. 2018 Australian and New Zealand Society of Criminology Conference, University of Melbourne, Vic: Presentation.
  • McKay, C. (2018). Digital Criminology Roundtable. 2018 Australian and New Zealand Society of Criminology Conference, University of Melbourne, Vic: Roundtable.
  • McKay, C. (2018). Electronic Monitoring, Managing Offenders in the Community and Alternatives to Custody. National Electronic Monitoring Conference, Corrective Services Administrators Council, Brush Farm Corrective Services Academy, Sydney, NSW: Keynote Address.
  • McKay, C. (2018). Prison to court video links: Pixelating the prisoner and procedural justice. Visiting Academic Presentation, University of Cambridge Institute of Criminology, Cambridge, UK: Presentation.
  • McKay, C. (2018). Technologies in Criminal Justice: The prison endpoint. Forces of Change: Defining Future Justice, Australasian Institute of Judicial Administration, Brisbane, Qld: Presentation.
  • McKay, C. (2018). The Soundtrack of Incarceration. Acoustics of Justice: Law, Listening and Sound. 2018 Annual Meeting on Law and Society, Toronto, Canada: Presentation.
  • McKay, C. (2017). Contesting the law through art. Conference of the Law, Literature and Humanities Association of Australasia 2017: Dissents and Dispositions, Australia: Law, Literature and Humanities Association of Australasia.
  • McKay, C. (2017). Prisons in the Global South: Shrinking Cells and Overcrowding. Crime and Justice in Asia and the Global South: An International Conference 2017, Cairns, Qld: Presentation.
  • McKay, C. (2017). The digital future of prisons: Communication technologies and portals to the free world. 30th Annual Australian and New Zealand Society of Criminology Conference (ANZSOC) 2017: Acknowledging the past, imagining the future, Canberra, Australia: Australian and New Zealand Society of Criminology (ANZSOC).
  • McKay, C. (2016). Audio Visual Links from Prison: Prisoners' experiences of video technologies for accessing justice. Legal Aid NSW Criminal Law Managers' Conference 2016, Sydney, NSW: Presentation.
  • McKay, C. (2016). Sentencing at a Distance: Video Links from Prison. 29th Annual Australian and New Zealand Society of Criminology (ANZSOC) Conference 2016: Horizons Criminology, Hobart, Tas: Presentation.
  • McKay, C. (2016). Videoconferencing in Criminal Justice: The Virtual Appearance of Prisoners. 18th World Congress of Criminology 2016 - Urbanization, Globalization, Development & Crime: Opportunities & Challenges of the XXI Century, New Delhi, India: Presentation.
  • McKay, C. (2015). Exhibit A. The Lock-Up Art Gallery, Newcastle, NSW: Presentation.
  • McKay, C. (2014). Framing the Prisoner: Facing Court by Video Link. 8th Annual Australian and New Zealand Critical Criminology Conference 2014 - Critical Criminology: Research Praxis and Social Transformation in a Global Era?, Melbourne, Vic: Presentation.
  • McKay, C. (2014). The Pixelated Prisoner. Onati International Institute for the Sociology of Law, Onati, Basque Country, Spain: Presentation.
  • McKay, C. (2014). The Pixelated Prisoner: Inmates' experience of screen space. Law and the Visual: Transitions and Transformations 2014 - Australian National University, Canberra, ACT: Presentation.
  • McKay, C. (2014). Video links from prison: phenomenology and carceral space. Architecture, Law and the Senses Symposium 2014 - University of Technology Sydney, Sydney, NSW: Presentation.
  • McKay, C. (2014). Writing the Body: Convict Tattoos. Australian and New Zealand Society of Criminology (ANZSOC) 2014 - Testing the Edges: Challenging Criminology, Sydney, NSW: Presentation.
  • McKay, C. (2013). Bodies and Hostile Space: gathering evidence in a place of incarceration. Evidence of Bodies | Bodies of Evidence Symposium 2013 - University of Technology Sydney, Sydney, NSW: Presentation.
  • McKay, C. (2013). Video conferencing from prison: transforming process and participation in criminal justice. Sydney Law School Postgraduate Conference 2013, Sydney, NSW: Presentation.
  • McKay, C. (2013). Video Links from Prison: Permeability and the Carceral World. 7th Annual Australian & New Zealand Critical Criminology Conference (CCC 2013), Adelaide SA: Presentation.
  • McKay, C. (2012). Bodies in Distress. 2012 This is Not Art Festival: The Lock-Up Art Gallery, Newcastle, NSW: Presentation.
  • McKay, C. (2012). Hyper/reality and Political Dissolution. 2012 This is Not Art Festival: The Lock-Up Art Gallery, Newcastle, NSW: Presentation.
  • McKay, C. (2012). Pushing the boundaries in communication and research: the internet and social media. Sydney Law School Postgraduate Conference: Crossing Boundaries 2012, Sydney, NSW: Presentation.
  • McKay, C. (2012). Surveillance: the artist as voyeur. Surveillance and/in Everyday Life Conference 2012: Monitoring Pasts, Presents and Futures - Sydney Law School, Sydney, NSW: Presentation.
  • McKay, C. (2012). The Principle of Orality and the Posthuman Courtroom. 5th Annual Australian and New Zealand Critical Criminology Conference, Townsville, Queensland: James Cook University.
  • McKay, C. (2012). Video conferencing and inmates: a new observatory of the criminal body. British Society of Criminology Conference 2012, Portsmouth, England: Presentation.
  • McKay, C. (2012). Video conferencing and inmates: a process of dematerialisation? Australian Prison Foundation's 4th Annual Conference on Prison Issues 2012, Brisbane, Qld: Presentation.
  • McKay, C. (2012). Video conferencing from prison: reconceptualising the place and space of criminal law. Melbourne Doctoral Forum on Legal Theory 2012 - Melbourne Law School, Melbourne, Vic: Presentation.
  • McKay, C. (2012). Videos and Inmates: Digitising the Criminal Body. Sydney College of the Arts Graduate School Conference 2012, Sydney, NSW: Presentation.
  • McKay, C. (2012). Visualising the posthuman courtroom. 7th International Conference on the Arts in Society 2012, Liverpool, England: Presentation.
  • McKay, C. (2011). Researching criminology through the visual arts. Sydney Law School Postgraduate Conference 2011, Sydney, NSW: Presentation.
  • McKay, C. (2011). Text Inscriptions, Oral Testimony and Sonic Murmurs. The Lock-Up Art Gallery 2011, Newcastle, NSW: Presentation.
  • McKay, C. (2011). The Posthuman Courtroom. 5th Australian and New Zealand Society of Criminology (ANZSOC) Postgraduate and Early Career Researcher Conference 2011, Geelong, Vic: Presentation.
  • McKay, C. (2010). Word of Mouth. Open Fields Conference 2010 - University of Technology Sydney, Sydney, NSW: Presentation.

Exhibitions / Events

  • McKay, C. (2018). justiceINjustice. Newcastle, Australia: The Lock-Up.

Magazine / Newspaper Articles

  • McKay, C. (2018). justiceINjustice Collaboration: The Lock-Up (Newcastle) 24 March - 20 May 2018. PacifiCrim: Newsletter of the Australian and New Zealand Society of Criminology, Vol 15, Issue 2, 4-5.

Other

  • Loughnan, A., McKay, C., Mitchell, T., Shackel, R. (2018), Joint submission to the NSW Law Reform Commission on behalf of the Institute of Criminology: Review of s 61HA of the Crimes Act 1900 (NSW).
  • McKay, C. (2018), Submission to the New South Wales Inquiry into Parklea Correctional Centre and Other Operational Issues.
  • McKay, C. (2017), Submission to the Law Council of Australia, The Justice Project - Prisoners and Detainees: Technology-based services.
  • McKay, C. (2009), Word of Mouth: Eyewitness Testimony - Masters Thesis.

Research Reports

  • Kashyap, K., Lulham, R., Klippan, L., Munro, T., Bradley, K., Fahy, J., Tomkin, D., Rowden, E., McKay, C. (2018). Court-Custody Audio Visual Links: Designing for equitable justice experience in the use of court custody video conferencing, (pp. 1 - 64). Sydney, NSW, Australia: University of Technology Sydney. [More Information]

2018

  • McKay, C. (2018). Accessing justice from prison: Videoconferencing, digital devices and legal support for the incarcerated. UCL 2nd International Conference on Access to Justice and Legal Services, London, UK: Presentation.
  • McKay, C. (2018). Appropriating the document: legal artefacts as visual art. What is a Document? A workshop on documentation, records and evidence, UTS Faculty of Law, Sydney, NSW: Presentation.
  • McKay, C., Lee, M. (2018). Body Worn Images: The New Aesthetics of Policing. 2018 Australian and New Zealand Society of Criminology Conference, University of Melbourne, Vic: Presentation.
  • Kashyap, K., Lulham, R., Klippan, L., Munro, T., Bradley, K., Fahy, J., Tomkin, D., Rowden, E., McKay, C. (2018). Court-Custody Audio Visual Links: Designing for equitable justice experience in the use of court custody video conferencing, (pp. 1 - 64). Sydney, NSW, Australia: University of Technology Sydney. [More Information]
  • McKay, C. (2018). Digital Access to Justice from Prison: Is There a Right to Technology? Criminal Law Journal, 42, 303-321.
  • McKay, C. (2018). Digital Criminology Roundtable. 2018 Australian and New Zealand Society of Criminology Conference, University of Melbourne, Vic: Roundtable.
  • McKay, C. (2018). Electronic Monitoring, Managing Offenders in the Community and Alternatives to Custody. National Electronic Monitoring Conference, Corrective Services Administrators Council, Brush Farm Corrective Services Academy, Sydney, NSW: Keynote Address.
  • Loughnan, A., McKay, C., Mitchell, T., Shackel, R. (2018), Joint submission to the NSW Law Reform Commission on behalf of the Institute of Criminology: Review of s 61HA of the Crimes Act 1900 (NSW).
  • McKay, C. (2018). justiceINjustice. Newcastle, Australia: The Lock-Up.
  • McKay, C. (2018). justiceINjustice Collaboration: The Lock-Up (Newcastle) 24 March - 20 May 2018. PacifiCrim: Newsletter of the Australian and New Zealand Society of Criminology, Vol 15, Issue 2, 4-5.
  • McKay, C. (2018). Prison to court video links: Pixelating the prisoner and procedural justice. Visiting Academic Presentation, University of Cambridge Institute of Criminology, Cambridge, UK: Presentation.
  • McKay, C. (2018), Submission to the New South Wales Inquiry into Parklea Correctional Centre and Other Operational Issues.
  • McKay, C. (2018). Technologies in Criminal Justice: The prison endpoint. Forces of Change: Defining Future Justice, Australasian Institute of Judicial Administration, Brisbane, Qld: Presentation.
  • McKay, C. (2018). The Pixelated Prisoner: Prison Video Links, Court 'Appearance' and the Justice Matrix. Oxon: Routledge. [More Information]
  • McKay, C. (2018). The Soundtrack of Incarceration. Acoustics of Justice: Law, Listening and Sound. 2018 Annual Meeting on Law and Society, Toronto, Canada: Presentation.
  • McKay, C. (2018). Video Links from Prison: Court "Appearance" within Carceral Space. Law, Culture and the Humanities, 14(2), 242-262. [More Information]

2017

  • McKay, C. (2017). "Model Prison" 2015: HD video with audio installation; MDF and acrylic paint installation, 07:25 minutes, looped. The Annual Review of Interdisciplinary Justice Research, 6, 230-235.
  • McKay, C. (2017). Contesting the law through art. Conference of the Law, Literature and Humanities Association of Australasia 2017: Dissents and Dispositions, Australia: Law, Literature and Humanities Association of Australasia.
  • McKay, C. (2017). Face-to-interface Communication: Accessing Justice by Video Link from Prison. In Asher Flynn and Jackie Hodgson (Eds.), Access to Justice and Legal Aid: Comparative Perspectives on Unmet Legal Need, (pp. 103-121). Oxford: Hart Publishing.
  • Mason, G., Maher, J., McCulloch, J., Pickering, S., Wickes, R., McKay, C. (2017). Policing Hate Crime: Understanding Communities and Prejudice. Abingdon: Routledge. [More Information]
  • McKay, C. (2017). Prisons in the Global South: Shrinking Cells and Overcrowding. Crime and Justice in Asia and the Global South: An International Conference 2017, Cairns, Qld: Presentation.
  • McKay, C. (2017), Submission to the Law Council of Australia, The Justice Project - Prisoners and Detainees: Technology-based services.
  • McKay, C. (2017). The digital future of prisons: Communication technologies and portals to the free world. 30th Annual Australian and New Zealand Society of Criminology Conference (ANZSOC) 2017: Acknowledging the past, imagining the future, Canberra, Australia: Australian and New Zealand Society of Criminology (ANZSOC).

2016

  • McKay, C. (2016). Audio Visual Links from Prison: Prisoners' experiences of video technologies for accessing justice. Legal Aid NSW Criminal Law Managers' Conference 2016, Sydney, NSW: Presentation.
  • McKay, C. (2016). Pixels, screens and prison video links: changing how lawyers deal with clients. Law Society Journal, December, 24-25. [More Information]
  • McKay, C. (2016). Sentencing at a Distance: Video Links from Prison. 29th Annual Australian and New Zealand Society of Criminology (ANZSOC) Conference 2016: Horizons Criminology, Hobart, Tas: Presentation.
  • McKay, C. (2016). Video Links from Prison: Permeability and the Carceral World. International Journal for Crime, Justice and Social Democracy, 5(1), 21-37. [More Information]
  • McKay, C. (2016). Videoconferencing in Criminal Justice: The Virtual Appearance of Prisoners. 18th World Congress of Criminology 2016 - Urbanization, Globalization, Development & Crime: Opportunities & Challenges of the XXI Century, New Delhi, India: Presentation.

2015

  • McKay, C. (2015). Exhibit A. The Lock-Up Art Gallery, Newcastle, NSW: Presentation.
  • McKay, C. (2015). Human Rights in Closed Environments by Bronwyn Naylor, Julie Debeljak and Anita Mackay (eds) (2014) Federation Press, 304 pp, ISBN 9781862879652. Sydney Law Review, 37(4), 617-634.

2014

  • McKay, C. (2014). Framing the Prisoner: Facing Court by Video Link. 8th Annual Australian and New Zealand Critical Criminology Conference 2014 - Critical Criminology: Research Praxis and Social Transformation in a Global Era?, Melbourne, Vic: Presentation.
  • McKay, C. (2014). The Pixelated Prisoner. Onati International Institute for the Sociology of Law, Onati, Basque Country, Spain: Presentation.
  • McKay, C. (2014). The Pixelated Prisoner: Inmates' experience of screen space. Law and the Visual: Transitions and Transformations 2014 - Australian National University, Canberra, ACT: Presentation.
  • McKay, C. (2014). Video links from prison: phenomenology and carceral space. Architecture, Law and the Senses Symposium 2014 - University of Technology Sydney, Sydney, NSW: Presentation.
  • McKay, C. (2014). Writing the Body: Convict Tattoos. Australian and New Zealand Society of Criminology (ANZSOC) 2014 - Testing the Edges: Challenging Criminology, Sydney, NSW: Presentation.

2013

  • McKay, C. (2013). Art, Criminology & Research. In Denise Thwaites (Eds.), Critical Animalia: a decade between disciplines, (pp. 93-96). Newcastle: Critical Animals.
  • McKay, C. (2013). Bodies and Hostile Space: gathering evidence in a place of incarceration. Evidence of Bodies | Bodies of Evidence Symposium 2013 - University of Technology Sydney, Sydney, NSW: Presentation.
  • McKay, C. (2013). Covert: The artist as voyeur. Surveillance and Society, 11(3/4), 334-353.
  • McKay, C. (2013). Video Conferencing from Prison: Inmates, Screens and the Remote Custody Dock. The International Journal of New Media, Technology and the Arts, 7(3), 21-32.
  • McKay, C. (2013). Video conferencing from prison: transforming process and participation in criminal justice. Sydney Law School Postgraduate Conference 2013, Sydney, NSW: Presentation.
  • McKay, C. (2013). Video Links from Prison: Permeability and the Carceral World. 7th Annual Australian & New Zealand Critical Criminology Conference (CCC 2013), Adelaide SA: Presentation.

2012

  • McKay, C. (2012). Bodies in Distress. 2012 This is Not Art Festival: The Lock-Up Art Gallery, Newcastle, NSW: Presentation.
  • McKay, C. (2012). Hyper/reality and Political Dissolution. 2012 This is Not Art Festival: The Lock-Up Art Gallery, Newcastle, NSW: Presentation.
  • McKay, C. (2012). Pushing the boundaries in communication and research: the internet and social media. Sydney Law School Postgraduate Conference: Crossing Boundaries 2012, Sydney, NSW: Presentation.
  • McKay, C. (2012). Surveillance: the artist as voyeur. Surveillance and/in Everyday Life Conference 2012: Monitoring Pasts, Presents and Futures - Sydney Law School, Sydney, NSW: Presentation.
  • McKay, C. (2012). The Principle of Orality and the Posthuman Courtroom. 5th Annual Australian and New Zealand Critical Criminology Conference, Townsville, Queensland: James Cook University.
  • McKay, C. (2012). Video conferencing and inmates: a new observatory of the criminal body. British Society of Criminology Conference 2012, Portsmouth, England: Presentation.
  • McKay, C. (2012). Video conferencing and inmates: a process of dematerialisation? Australian Prison Foundation's 4th Annual Conference on Prison Issues 2012, Brisbane, Qld: Presentation.
  • McKay, C. (2012). Video conferencing from prison: reconceptualising the place and space of criminal law. Melbourne Doctoral Forum on Legal Theory 2012 - Melbourne Law School, Melbourne, Vic: Presentation.
  • McKay, C. (2012). Videos and Inmates: Digitising the Criminal Body. Sydney College of the Arts Graduate School Conference 2012, Sydney, NSW: Presentation.
  • McKay, C. (2012). Visualising the posthuman courtroom. 7th International Conference on the Arts in Society 2012, Liverpool, England: Presentation.

2011

  • McKay, C. (2011). Researching criminology through the visual arts. Sydney Law School Postgraduate Conference 2011, Sydney, NSW: Presentation.
  • McKay, C. (2011). Text Inscriptions, Oral Testimony and Sonic Murmurs. The Lock-Up Art Gallery 2011, Newcastle, NSW: Presentation.
  • McKay, C. (2011). The Posthuman Courtroom. 5th Australian and New Zealand Society of Criminology (ANZSOC) Postgraduate and Early Career Researcher Conference 2011, Geelong, Vic: Presentation.

2010

  • McKay, C. (2010). Murder Ob/Scene: The Seen, Unseen and Ob/scene in Murder Trials. Law Text Culture, 14, 79-93.
  • McKay, C. (2010). Word of Mouth. Open Fields Conference 2010 - University of Technology Sydney, Sydney, NSW: Presentation.
  • McKay, C. (2010). Word of Mouth: Eyewitness Testimony. Yemaya, 2010, 72-73.

2009

  • McKay, C. (2009), Word of Mouth: Eyewitness Testimony - Masters Thesis.

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