Miranda Forsyth

Miranda Forsyth

Miranda Forsyth is a Research Fellow in the Regulatory Institutions Network at the College of Asia and the Pacific at The Australian National University. In February 2011 she commenced a three year ARC Discovery funded project to investigate the impact of intellectual laws on development in Pacific Island countries. Prior to coming to the ANU, Miranda was a senior lecturer in criminal law at the law school of the University of the South Pacific, based in Port Vila, Vanuatu.  The broad focus of Miranda’s research is investigating the possibilities and challenges of the inter-operation of state and non-state justice systems.  She also works on the issue of how best to localize or vernacularize the foreign legal norms and procedures, and adopts a socio-legal approach to regulation.

Hybridity on the Ground in Peacebuilding and Development

Hybridity on the Ground in Peacebuilding and Development »

Critical Conversations

Edited by: Joanne Wallis, Lia Kent, Miranda Forsyth, Sinclair Dinnen, Srinjoy Bose
ISBN (print): 9781760461836
ISBN (online): 9781760461843
Publication date: March 2018

Talking it Through »

Responses to Sorcery and Witchcraft Beliefs and Practices in Melanesia

Edited by: Miranda Forsyth, Richard Eves
ISBN (print): 9781925021561
ISBN (online): 9781925021578
Publication date: May 2015

A Bird That Flies With Two Wings »

Kastom and state justice systems in Vanuatu

Authored by: Miranda Forsyth
ISBN (print): 9781921536786
ISBN (online): 9781921536793
Publication date: September 2009