Henrietta McNeill

PhD Scholar Henrietta McNeill

PhD candidate


BA (Hons) (Canterbury); MA (Canterbury)

Contact details
Room: 105a
Building: Baldessin Precinct Building

Henrietta began her PhD candidacy at ANU in 2020. She has worked widely across the Pacific region, with a particular interest in Polynesia. She has led work focussing on a range of topics from trade, to transnational crime, to labour mobility. She has previously lived in Samoa and Tokelau.

Henrietta’s research looks at the security effects of criminal deportations to the region. She is particularly interested in the size and scope of transnational crime prevention activities and strategies, and the impact of these. Her previous research has been on regional integration in development, harmonising standards, and aid decision-making in dependent territories.


Thesis topic

Exporting a problem or creating networks? Criminal deportations and Pacific regional security


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