Sarah Riley is a Professor in Critical Health Psychology at Massey University, New Zealand, where she leads a Masters in Health Psychology Programme. She is an interdisciplinary researcher, located in psychology but drawing on sociology, cultural and media studies to address questions of gender, embodiment, health, youth culture and citizenship. She is particularly interested in the psychological impact of neoliberalism and postfeminism, examining these through a range of post structuralist analytics and qualitative methods such as discourse analysis, visual and participatory methods. Her work has been funded by the EU, ESRC, EPSRC, British Academy, Canadian Social Sciences and Research Council and charities, and includes the co-authored books Critical Bodies (Palgrave, 2008), Technologies of Sexiness (Oxford University Press, USA, 2014) and Postfeminism and Health (Routledge, 2018). She is currently writing Postfeminism & Body Image (Routledge). Twitter @sarahrileybrown.