Jennifer Bonham has a background in human geography specializing in urbanization and cultural practices of travel. She is a senior lecturer and teaches courses in urban and cultural geography.
Jennifer’s research draws on post-structuralist and feminist theoretical frameworks as it explores the complex relationship between bodies, spaces, practices and meanings of travel. Her current research focuses on cycling and the formation of cycling subjects. Jennifer’s work is informed by a concern for equitable and ecologically sustainable cities.
She is a past member of the organising committee for the Australian Cycling Conference and a current member of the editorial board of Transfers, an interdisciplinary journal of mobility studies.