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Ciara McHugh is a Leverhulme Doctoral Scholar at the Mitchell Institute for Global Peace, Security and Justice at Queen’s University Belfast. Her current PhD research explores critical intersections between police surveillance and protester counter-surveillance. She is particularly interested in how police forces and activist groups direct visual technologies towards each other, and how relationships between the two are impacted by that usage within surveillant assemblages. Her previous teaching and research concentrations include nonviolent direct action, gender-responsive SSR, and 20th-century francophone critical philosophies.