Holly Eva Katherine Randell-Moon is a Senior Lecturer in the School of Indigenous Australian
Studies at Charles Sturt University, Australia. She has published on race, religion, coloniality,
and secularism in the journals Critical Race and Whiteness Studies, borderlands, and Social
Semiotics and in the edited book collection Religion After Secularization in Australia (2015).
Her publications on biopower, cultural geography, and digital infrastructure have appeared in
Feminist Media Studies, Celebrity Studies, and Media International Australia.
Along with Ryan Tippet, she is the editor of Security, Race, Biopower: Essays on Technology
and Corporeality (2016). She is Co-Editor of the journal Somatechnics.