Rafaela Granja


Rafaela Granja holds a PhD in Sociology (2015) and is currently a Post-doctoral researcher in the project "EXCHANGE - Forensic Geneticists and the Transnational Exchange of DNA data in the EU: Engaging Science with Social Control, Citizenship and Democracy", funded by European Research Council and based at Centre for Social Studies. Her current research explores topics of technological surveillance of "criminal populations"; the controversies around the intersections between family, genetics, and crime in different disciplines; and reconfigurations of family relationships inside and outside the prisons.

Latest Publications


Granja, Rafaela (2017), Para cá e para lá dos muros. Negociar relações familiares durante a reclusão. Porto: Afrontamento

Capítulo em Livro

Matos, Sara; Machado, Helena; Granja, Rafaela (2017), "(Crio)Preservar a vida: significados de família, parentalidade e responsabilidade, in Claudia Fonseca; Fabiola Rohden; Patrice Schuch (org.), Ciência, Medicina e Perícia nas Tecnologias de Governo. Porto Alegre, Brasil: Coleções Editoriais do CEGOV, 151-171

Artigo em Revista Científica

Granja, Rafaela (2016), "Beyond prison walls The experiences of prisoners' relatives and meanings associated with imprisonment", Probation Journal, 63, 3, 273-292

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