Thalia Anthony is a Professor of Law at the University of Technology Sydney. She lives and works on unceded Gadigal and Wangal land and is of Cypriot heritage. Her research examines the legacy of colonisation and systemic racism in legal institutions. Thalia's current projects concern the imprisonment of First Nations women, the criminalisation of homeless people and the role of Aboriginal re-storying in sentencing. Her books include Indigenous People, Crime and Punishment and Decolonising Criminology. Thalia works closely with First Nations organisations such as Deadly Connections, Aboriginal legal services and Tangentyere Council.