Kerry is a Christina Gaw Research Associate on the Technology, Gender and Intersectionality project, a collaboration between the University of Cambridge Centre for Gender Studies, and the Leverhulme CFI.
Her work broadly explores how artificial intelligence and other emerging technologies shape ideas about the human and what it means to be human. Her previous work has examined how representations of artificial intelligence in science-fiction film and television are shaped by racialisation and racialised concepts of gender. Kerry’s research interests include gender, race, and technology, posthumanisms, science fiction, and critical prison studies. She is currently in the final stages of her PhD in Multi-Disciplinary Gender Studies at the University of Cambridge. Kerry is also a Research Associate at St. John’s College.