Department of Sociology
Dr Niko Antalffy
Phone: (61 2) 9850 7095
Fax No: (61 2) 9850 6897
Niko Antalffy teaches in the areas of introductory social science, philosophy of science and sociology of the environment. Her research interests are relationship cultures, consensual non-monogamy (CNM) including polyamory, and Critical Theory of science and technology.
She is currently researching the Sociology of consensual non-monogamy: relationship strategies, structures and intimate citizenship.
She writes for and regularly gets interviewed in the media on polyamory, relationship cultures and how contemporary romantic relationships are changing. She's available to talk to the media on these topics as well as the societal implications of emerging technologies.
Antalffy, N. and Houston, D. (2016) Polyamory, entry in the Wiley-Blackwell Encyclopaedia of Gender and Sexuality Studies.
Antalffy, N. (2016) Society and the Environment, in Arvanitakis, J. (ed) Sociologic: Analysing everyday life and culture. Oxford University Press, Melbourne: 343-361.
Banki, P. and Antalffy, N. (2014) Non-Normative Heterosexuality: Is There Such a Thing? in Writing from Below.
2011 Antalffy, N. Polyamory and the media, in SCAN, Vol 8, No 1: http://scan.net.au/scan/journal/display.php?journal_id=157.
Antalffy, N. (2011) Polyamory and the Media, SCAN - Journal of Media Arts Culture, Vol 8, No 1, October 2011: http://scan.net.au/scn/journal/vol8number1/Niko-Antalffy.html.
Turnbull, N and Antalffy, N. (2009) Grounding sociological studies of science, sociologically: Bourdieu's sociology of science, in Sociological Review, 57:4, 547-566.
Antalffy, N. (2008) Antimonies of Science Studies: towards a Critical Theory of science and technology, PhD thesis, Macquarie University.