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Floyd Alexander-Hunt

Floyd Alexander-Hunt

Research Assistant




Floyd Alexander-Hunt is a Research Assistant in the Department of Digital Humanities at King's College London. She is currently working on the collaborative project Surveillance and Moral Community: Anthropologies of Monitoring in Germany and Britain, funded by the European Research Council and led by Dr Vita Peacock. Previously, Floyd worked as a legal journalist for the Law Society of NSW and as a casual researcher for one of Australia’s leading media law academics. She continues to write columns and articles for several prominent legal publications. Floyd holds a Bachelor of Arts and Bachelor of Laws from the University of Sydney and is an admitted solicitor of the Supreme Court of NSW. She is currently undertaking a Master of Laws at Queen Mary University of London, specialising in media law. 

Research interests

  • Privacy
  • Media Law
  • Digital Anthropology
  • Surveillance Studies