Dr Jacinthe Flore is a Postdoctoral Research Fellow in the Australian Research Council Centre of Excellence for Automated Decision-Making & Society at RMIT University.
Jacinthe is an early-career interdisciplinary scholar researching the socio-cultural and political implications of advanced technologies and health/mental health, with a focus on wearable devices, wellbeing apps, and artificial intelligence.
She is a co-convenor of the 'Health' thematic group of The Australian Sociological Association and an Associate Editor of Health Sociology Review. Jacinthe is the author of several articles published in international journals including New Media & Society, Social Science & Medicine, and Sexualities. Her first monograph, A Genealogy of Appetite in the Sexual Sciences, was published in 2020, and her second monograph, Digital Mental Health: Technologies, Algorithms and Smart Devices, will be published with Palgrave Macmillan (2022).
Jacinthe was awarded the 2020 Early Career Research Excellence Award in the School of Global, Urban, and Social Studies at RMIT University.
- PhD (Arts) – La Trobe University
- M Cultural Studies – The University of Sydney
- BArts(Hons) – The University of Mauritius
- Flore, J.,Kokanovic, R.,Duff, C.,Callard, F. (2021). The antidepressant in women’s lifeworlds: Feminist materialist encounters In: BioSocieties, 16, 177 - 195
- Flore, J. (2021). Ingestible sensors, data, and pharmaceuticals: Subjectivity in the era of digital mental health In: New Media & Society, 23, 2034 - 2051
- Johnston-Ataata, K.,Flore, J.,Kokanovic, R. (2021). Women's Experiences of Diagnosis and Treatment of Early Menopause and Premature Ovarian Insufficiency: A Qualitative Study In: Seminars in Reproductive Medicine, , 1 - 9
- Yeganeh, L.,Johnston-Ataata, K.,Flore, J.,Kokanovic, R., et al, . (2021). Co-designing an early menopause digital resource: Model for interdisciplinary knowledge translation In: Seminars in Reproductive Medicine, 38, 315 - 322
- Lai-Kwon, J.,Heynemann, S.,Flore, J.,Kokanovic, R., et al, . (2021). Living with and beyond metastatic non-small cell lung cancer: the survivorship experience for people treated with immunotherapy or targeted therapy In: Journal of Cancer Survivorship, 15, 392 - 397
- Pienaar, K.,Flore, J.,Power, J.,Murphy, D. (2021). Making publics in a pandemic: Posthuman relationalities, ‘viral' intimacies and COVID-19 In: Health Sociology Review, , 1 - 17
- Flore, J.,Hendry, N.,Gaylor, A. (2021). Creative arts workers during the Covid-19 pandemic: Social imaginaries in lockdown In: Journal of Sociology, , 1 - 18
- Flore, J. (2020). A Genealogy of Appetite in the Sexual Sciences, Palgrave Macmillan, Cham, Switzerland
- Johnston-Ataata, K.,Flore, J.,Kokanovic, R.,Hickey, M.,Teede, H.,Boyle, J.,Vincent, A. (2020). ‘My relationships have changed because I’ve changed’: Biographical disruption, personal relationships and the formation of an early menopausal subjectivity In: Sociology of Health and Illness, 42, 1516 - 1531
- Flore, J.,Pienaar, K. (2020). Data-driven intimacy: emerging technologies in the (re)making of sexual subjects and ‘healthy’ sexuality In: Health Sociology Review, 29, 279 - 293
- Borderline Personality as Social Phenomena. Funded by: ARC Linkage Project Grants 2019 from (2021 to 2024)