Dr. Tereza Hendl

Postdoctoral Researcher
Ethik der Medizin
Telefon: 0821 598 xx
E-Mail: Tereza.Hendl@med.uni-augsburg.de
Adresse:
  • Moralische und politische Philosophie, Technologiephilosophie, feministische Philosophie, normative und öffentliche Gesundheitsethik
  • Theorien der Gerechtigkeit, Verletzlichkeit und Solidarität
  • Ethische, soziale und regulatorische Aspekte der digitalen Gesundheitstechnologien
  • Soziale Erkenntnistheorie und epistemische Gerechtigkeit 
  • Philosophische Konzeptualisierungen von Autonomie, Handlungsfähigkeit und Ermächtigung
  • Kritische Wissenschaft zu Rasse, Rassifizierung und Weißsein, intersektionale und dekoloniale feministische Theorie
  • Ethische Aspekte der Geschlechtswahl und Debatten über Geschlecht, Sexualität und Behinderung

 

Tereza Hendl ist Philosophin und Bioethikerin. Ihre Forschungen erstrecken sich über die Bereiche Moral- und politische Philosophie, Technologiephilosophie, feministische Philosophie, normative und öffentliche Gesundheitsethik. Sie beschäftigt sich mit Fragen der Gerechtigkeit, der Verletzlichkeit, der Befähigung und der Solidarität sowie mit der Ethik und Erkenntnistheorie von Gesundheitstechnologien und -interventionen. 

 

Derzeit arbeitet sie als Postdoktorandin und Co-Leiterin an dem Projekt "META - mHealth: Ethische, rechtliche und gesellschaftliche Aspekte im Technologiezeitalter" an der Universität Augsburg und als wissenschaftliche Mitarbeiterin an der LMU München. Ihre aktuelle Forschung beschäftigt sich mit dem Demokratisierungspotenzial digitaler Gesundheitstechnologien sowie mit der Frage, wie diese Technologien ein bestimmtes Selbst, das des autonomen Verbrauchers, stärken können. Sie beschäftigt sich mit der Art und Weise, wie sich dominante soziale Normen, strukturelle Ungleichheiten und Machtasymmetrien in und durch Technologien und Algorithmen manifestieren und welche Auswirkungen dies auf individueller, sozialer und globaler Ebene hat. Sie untersucht, wie digitale Gesundheitstechnologien inklusiver und gerechter werden können, indem sie sich an den materiellen Bedingungen, den gelebten Erfahrungen und den Bedürfnissen verschiedener Bevölkerungsgruppen orientieren und einer breiten Gruppe von Nutzern zugute kommen, einschließlich strukturell marginalisierter, unterdrückter und gefährdeter Gruppen. 

 

Als Wissenschaftlerin, die sich mit strukturellen Fragen der Gerechtigkeit beschäftigt, hat sie sich aktiv an Debatten über Kolonialität in der Philosophie und Bioethik sowie an Diskussionen über Geschlechter- und Rassengerechtigkeit beteiligt. Sie ist Mitglied des transnationalen Feminist Gender Equality Network (FGEN) und Mitbegründerin des CEE Feminist Research Network, das feministische Forscherinnen aus Mittel- und Osteuropa unterstützt, der epistemischen Marginalisierung der MOE-Wissenschaft entgegenwirkt und dekoloniale feministische Forschung aus MOE-Perspektive anregt.

 

Tereza Hendl hat an der Macquarie University in Australien in Philosophie promoviert. In ihrer Dissertation beschäftigte sie sich mit der Ethik der vorgeburtlichen Geschlechtswahl aus sozialen Gründen. Zuvor arbeitete sie als wissenschaftliche Mitarbeiterin an der Universität Sydney im Rahmen eines Forschungsprojekts des Australian Research Council (ARC), in dem sie untersuchte, wie junge Menschen mit Beeinträchtigungen in ihrem Übergang zum Erwachsensein Behinderungen widerstehen. Sie forschte als Postdoctoral Researcher an der Sydney Health Ethics und als Honorary Fellow an der University of Melbourne im Rahmen des ARC Linkage Project "Regulating autologous stem cell therapies in Australia", einem interdisziplinären Projekt, das ethische und sozial verantwortliche Innovationen mit Stammzellen fördert. Sie hat an öffentlichen Überprüfungen der australischen Politik in Bezug auf den Einsatz der assistierten Reproduktionstechnologie in der klinischen Praxis und Forschung sowie an der Regulierung autologer Zell- und Gewebeprodukte mitgewirkt. Sie ist in einer Vielzahl von Medien aufgetreten, um sich an öffentlichen Debatten über Gesundheitstechnologien zu beteiligen und sicherzustellen, dass ihre wissenschaftliche Arbeit einen Beitrag zur Gesellschaft leistet und in die politische Entscheidungsfindung einfließt. So hielt sie beispielsweise 2015 einen TEDx-Vortrag an der Macquarie University, um das Bewusstsein für die ethischen Auswirkungen der Geschlechtsselektion aufgrund von Geschlechtsvorlieben zu schärfen.

In Anerkennung ihrer Forschungsarbeiten wurde Tereza Hendl 2015 von der Australasian Association of Bioethics and Health Law (AABHL) mit dem Max-Charlesworth-Preis in Bioethik ausgezeichnet. Sie war Caroline Miles Visiting Scholarship am Ethox Centre der Universität Oxford in Großbritannien, erhielt eine Residenz der Brocher-Stiftung in der Schweiz und wurde als Visiting Fellow am Humanities Research Institute der Australian National University und am wichtigsten amerikanischen Zentrum für Bioethik, dem Hastings Center, ausgewählt.

GND-Publikationen

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2022

Hendl Tereza, Roxanne Tiara. Digital surveillance in a pandemic response: what bioethics ought to learn from indigenous perspectives. https://doi.org/10.1111/bioe.13013
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Hendl Tereza, Chung Ryoa, Wild Verina. Employing feminist theory of vulnerability to interrogate the implications of COVID-19 apps in racialized subpopulations. https://doi.org/10.3138/ijfab-15.1.21
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Hendl Tereza, Browne Tamara Kayali. Gender. https://doi.org/10.4324/9781003016885-14
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2021

Ranisch Robert, Nijsingh Niels, Ballantyne Angela, van Bergen Anne, Buyx Alena, Friedrich Orsolya, Hendl Tereza, Marckmann Georg, Munthe Christian, Wild Verina. Digital contact tracing and exposure notification: ethical guidance for trustworthy pandemic management. https://doi.org/10.1007/s10676-020-09566-8
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Hendl Tereza, Jansky Bianca. Tales of self-empowerment through digital health technologies: a closer look at 'Femtech'. https://doi.org/10.1080/00346764.2021.2018027
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Hendl Tereza, Lipworth Wendy, Wiersma Miriam, Ghinea Narcyz, Kerridge Ian, Lysaght Tamra, Munsie Megan, Rudge Chris, Stewart Cameron, Waldby Catherine. The oversight of clinical innovation in a medical marketplace.
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2020

Pratt Bridget, Wild Verina, Barasa Edwine, Kamuya Dorcas, Gilson Lucy, Hendl Tereza, Molyneux Sassy. Justice: a key consideration in health policy and systems research ethics. https://doi.org/10.1136/bmjgh-2019-001942
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Hendl Tereza, Chung Ryoa, Wild Verina. Pandemic surveillance and racialized subpopulations: mitigating vulnerabilities in COVID-19 apps. https://doi.org/10.1007/s11673-020-10034-7
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Noreña Ivan, Shah Nairuti, Ndenkeh Jackson, Hernandez Cecilia, Sitoe Nadia, Sillah Abdou, Shin Anna, Han Wai Wai, Devaera Yoga, Mosoba Maureen, Moonga Given, Hendl Tereza, Wernick Alina, Kiberu Vincent Micheal, Menke Melissa, Guggenbuehl Noller Jessica Michelle, Pritsch Michael. Proceedings from the CIHLMU symposium 2020 on “eHealth: trends and innovations”. https://doi.org/10.1186/s12919-020-00202-3
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Waldby Catherine, Hendl Tereza, Kerridge Ian, Lipworth Wendy, Lysaght Tamra, Munsie Megan, Stewart Cameron. The direct-to-consumer market for stem cell-based interventions in Australia: exploring the experiences of patients. https://doi.org/10.2217/rme-2019-0089
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2019

Waldby C., Hendl Tereza, Munsie M., Lysaght T., Lipworth W., Kerridge I., Stewart C.. Autologous stem cell-based interventions in Australia: exploring patient experience in light of regulatory exceptionalism. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.jcyt.2019.03.324
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Hendl Tereza, Wild Verina. Beyond hype: opportunities and challenges in mHealth.
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Wedgwood Nikki, Smith Louisa, Hendl Tereza, Shuttleworth Russell. Boy interrupted: biographical disruption during the transition to adulthood. https://doi.org/10.1111/1467-9566.12984
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Jansky Bianca, Hendl Tereza. Countering the suppression of diversity in period and fertility apps: the role of autoethnographic research.
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Jansky Bianca, Hendl Tereza. Empowered through an mHealth interface? The epistemology of period and fertility apps.
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Jansky Bianca, Hendl Tereza. Empowered through an mHealth interface? The epistemology of period and fertility apps.
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Jansky Bianca, Hendl Tereza. Empowered through an mHealth interface? The erasure of diversity in the epistemology of period and fertility trackers.
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Jansky Bianca, Hendl Tereza. Empowering women through an mHealth interface? The epistemology of period and fertility tracking apps.
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Wild Verina, Akgül Sarah, Eisenhut Katharina, Hendl Tereza, Jansky Bianca, Machleid Felix, Nijsingh Niels, Peter Nicole, Sauerborn Ela. Ethical, legal and social aspects of mHealth technologies: navigating the field. https://doi.org/10.5281/zenodo.3296853
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Jansky Bianca, Hendl Tereza. Ethical, legal and social aspects of mHealth technologies: tackling the jumble.
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Hendl Tereza, Jansky Bianca, Wild Verina. From design to data handling: why mHealth needs a feminist perspective. https://doi.org/10.1007/978-3-476-04967-4_5
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Hendl Tereza, Browne Tamara Kayali. Is 'gender disappointment' a unique mental illness?. https://doi.org/10.1007/s11019-019-09933-3
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Hendl Tereza, Jansky Bianca. Q&A: a patient asks about the use of apps to track their menstrual cycle and fertility: what advice should they be given?.
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Wild Verina, Nijsingh Niels, Hendl Tereza. Taking a step back: the ethical significance of DTC neurotechnology. https://doi.org/10.1080/21507740.2019.1665139
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Blakely Brette, Hendl Tereza, de Lacey Sheryl. The Australia experience: cultural and political factors shaping human embryo assessment during IVF. https://doi.org/10.1016/b978-0-12-816468-6.00012-6
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2018

Jansky Bianca, Hendl Tereza. Empowered through an mHealth interface? The epistemology of period and fertility tracker apps.
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Hendl Tereza. The ethics of selling the promise of pluripotent stem cells. https://doi.org/10.5771/9783845291901-65
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Hendl Tereza. Vulnerabilities and the use of autologous stem cells for medical conditions in Australia. https://doi.org/10.1353/pbm.2018.0028
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2017

Hendl Tereza. A feminist critique of justifications for sex selection. https://doi.org/10.1007/s11673-017-9797-6
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Hendl Tereza, Browne Tamara K.. Gender equity, not sex selection.
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Munsie Megan, Lysaght Tamra, Hendl Tereza, Tan Hui-Yin Lynn, Kerridge Ian, Stewart Cameron. Open for business: a comparative study of websites selling autologous stem cells in Australia and Japan. https://doi.org/10.2217/rme-2017-0070
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Hendl Tereza. Queering the odds: the case against “family balancing”. https://doi.org/10.3138/ijfab.10.2.4
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Lee Tsung-Ling, Lysaght Tamra, Lipworth Wendy, Hendl Tereza, Kerridge Ian, Munsie Megan, Stewart Cameron. Regulating the stem cell industry: needs and responsibilities. https://doi.org/10.2471/blt.16.189977
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Lysaght Tamra, Lipworth Wendy, Hendl Tereza, Kerridge Ian, Lee Tsung-Ling, Munsie Megan, Waldby Catherine, Stewart Cameron. The deadly business of an unregulated global stem cell industry. https://doi.org/10.1136/medethics-2016-104046
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2016

Hendl Tereza. The complexity of relational autonomy: a holistic approach to embodiment. https://doi.org/10.1080/15265161.2015.1120807
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Ausgewählte Publikationen

Hendl, T., and T. K. Browne. Forthcoming. Gender: Ongoing Debates and Future Directions. Accepted for publication in W. Rogers, S. Carter, V. Entwistle, C. Mills, J. Leach Scully (eds.), Routledge Handbook of Feminist Bioethics

 

Hendl, T., and L. Britton. Forthcoming. Interrogating Oppressive Gender Structures: How to Better Support Transgender People. Accepted for publication in Australian Philosophical Review.    

 

Hendl, T., Chung, R. and V. Wild. Forthcoming. Employing Feminist Theory of Vulnerability to Interrogate the Implications of COVID-19 Apps in Racialized Subpopulations. Accepted for publication in IJFAB

 

Hendl, T., and T. Roxanne. 2022. Digital Surveillance in a Pandemic-Response: What Bioethics Ought to Learn from Indigenous Perspectives. Bioethics. DOI: 10.1111/bioe.13013.

 

Hendl, T., and B. Jansky. 2021. Tales of Self-empowerment through mHealth: A Closer Look at ‘Femtech.’ Review of Social Economy. DOI: 10.1080/00346764.2021.2018027. 

 

Lipworth, W., Wiersma, M., Ghinea, N., Hendl, T., Kerridge, I., Lysaght, T., Munsie, M., Rudge, C., Stewart, C. and C. Waldby. 2021. Overseeing Clinical Innovation in a Medical Marketplace. In G. Laurie, E. Dove, A. Ganguli-Mitra, C. McMillan, E. Postan,  N. Sethi, A. Sorbie. Cambridge Handbook of Health Research Regulation. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.

 

Hendl, T., Chung, R., and V. Wild. 2020. Pandemic Surveillance and Racialized Subpopulations: Mitigating Vulnerabilities in COVID-19 Apps. Journal of Bioethical Inquiry. DOI: 10.1007/s11673-020-10034-7.

 

Ranisch, R., Nijsingh, N., (equal third author), Ballantyne, A., van Bergen, A., Buyx, A., Friedrich, O., Hendl, T., Marckmann, G., Munthe, C., and V. Wild. 2020. Digital contact-tracing: Ethical guidance for trustworthy surveillance tools. Ethics and Information Technology. DOI: 10.1007/s10676-020-09566-8.

 

Pratt, B., Wild, V., Barasa, E., Kamuya, D., Hendl, T., and S. Molyneux. 2020. Justice: A Key Consideration in Health Policy and Systems Research Ethics. BMJ Global Health. DOI: 10.1136/bmjgh-2019-001942.

 

Hendl, T., Jansky, B., and V. Wild. 2020. From Design to Data Handling: Why mHealth Needs a Feminist Perspective. Pp. 77-103 in J. Loh and M. Coeckelbergh (eds.). Feminist Philosophy of Technology. Stuttgart: J.B. Metzler.

 

Ivan Noreña, Nairuti Shah, Jackson Ndenkeh Jr., Cecilia Hernandez, Nadia Sitoe, Abdou Sillah, Anna Shin, Wai Wai Han, Yoga Devaera, Maureen Mosoba, Given Moonga, Tereza Hendl, Alina Wernick, Vincent Micheal Kiberu, Melissa Menke, Jessica Michelle Guggenbuehl Noller, and Michael Pritsch. Proceedings from the CIHLMU Symposium 2020 on “eHealth: Trends and innovations.” BMC Proceedings 2020, 14(Suppl 18):17. DOI:10.1186/s12919-020-00202-3.

 

Waldby, C., Hendl, T., Kerridge, I., Lipworth, W., Lysaght, T., Munsie, M., and C. Stewart. 2020. The direct-to-consumer market for stem cell-based interventions in Australia: Exploring the experiences of patients. Regenerative Medicine. DOI: 10.2217/rme-2019-0089.

 

Wild, V., Nijsingh, N., and T. Hendl. 2019. Taking a Step Back: The Ethical Significance of DTC Neurotechnology. AJOB 10 (4): 170-172. DOI: 10.1080/21507740.2019.1665139.

 

The META Group (Wild V., Akgül S., Eisenhut K., Hendl T., Jansky B., Machleid F., Nijsingh N., Peter N., and E. Sauerborn). 2019. Ethical, legal and social aspects of mHealth technologies: Navigating the Field. In Humboldt Institute for Internet and Society (Eds.): THE FUTURES OF eHEALTH. Social, legal and ethical challenges.

 

Blakely, B., Hendl, T., and S. Lacey. 2019. The Australia experience: Cultural & political factors shaping human embryo assessment during IVF. Pp. 103-112 in E. S. Sills and G. D. Palermo (eds.). Human Embryos and Preimplantation Genetic Technologies: Ethical, Social, and Public Policy Aspects. Cambridge: Elsevier.

 

Hendl, T. and T. K. Browne. 2019. Is 'Gender Disappointment' a Unique Mental Illness? Medicine, Health Care and Philosophy. DOI: 10.1007/s11019-019-09933-3.

 

Wedgwood, N., Smith, L., Hendl, T., and R. Shuttleworth. 2019. Boy Interrupted - Biographical Disruption during the Transition to Adulthood. Sociology of Health and Illness. DOI: 10.1111/1467-9566.12984.

 

Waldby, C., Hendl, T., Munsie, M., Lysaght, T., Lipworth, W., Kerridge, I., and C. Stewart. 2019. Autologous stem cell-based interventions in Australia: exploring patient experience in light of regulatory exceptionalism. Cytotherapy 21(5): S22-S22. 

 

Hendl, T. 2018. Vulnerabilities and the Use of Autologous Stem Cells in Australia. Perspectives in Biology and Medicine 61(1): 76–89. 

 

Hendl, T. 2018. Selling the Promise of Pluripotent Stem Cells: Is It Ethically Justifiable? Pp. 65-85 in S. Müller and H. Rosenau (eds.). Stammzellen – iPS-Zellen – Genomeditierung. Stem Cells – iPS Cells – Genome Editing. Baden – Baden: Nomos.

 

Munsie, M., Lysaght T., Hendl T., Tan, H. L., Kerridge, I. H., and Stewart, C. 2017. Open for Business: A Comparative Study of Websites Selling Autologous Stem Cells in Australia and Japan. Regenerative Medicine

 

Lee, T., Lysaght, T., Hendl, T., W. Lipworth, I. Kerridge, I., Munsie, M., and C. Stewart. 2017. Regulating the Stem Cell Industry: Needs and Responsibilities. WHO Bulletin 95(9): 663-664. 

 

Lysaght, T., Lipworth, W., Hendl, T., Kerridge, I., Lee, T.-L., Munsie, M., Waldby, C., and C. Stewart. 2017. The Deadly Business of an Unregulated Global Stem Cell Industry. JME 43(11): 744-746. 

 

Hendl, T. 2017. Queering the Odds: The Case Against Family Balancing. IJFAB 10(2): 4-30. 

 

Hendl, T. 2017. A Feminist Critique of Justifications for Sex Selection. Journal of Bioethical Inquiry 14 (3): 427-438. 

 

Hendl, T. 2016. The Complexity of Relational Autonomy: A Holistic Approach to Embodiment. AJOB 16 (2): 63-65. DOI: 10.1080/15265161.2015.1120807.

 

Hendl T., and B. Katz Rothman. 2016. Sex selection. In Nancy Naples, et al. (ed.) The Wiley-Blackwell Encyclopedia of Gender and Sexuality Studies. Malden, MA: Wiley-Blackwell. 

 

Ausgewählte Präsentationen

2022

 

Forthcoming: Hendl, T., and B. Jansky. “A Matter of Justice: Why Digital Health Technologies Warrant an Intersectional Transformation.” World Congress of Bioethics, Basel, Switzerland, July 20-22, 2022. 

 

Forthcoming: Hendl, T., and T. Roxanne. “Digital Surveillance in a Pandemic-Response: What Bioethics Ought to Learn from Indigenous Perspectives.” World Congress of Bioethics, Basel, Switzerland, July 20-22, 2022. 

 

Forthcoming: Hendl, T., Ganguli-Mitra, A., and A. Shahvisi. “Decolonizing Feminist Bioethics.” Congress of the Feminist Approaches to Bioethics (FAB), Basel, Switzerland, July 18-19, 2022. 

 

2021 

 

Hendl, T. “Examining Western Dimensions of White ‘Privilege’ and Supremacy: On the Need for an Intersectional Theory of Whiteness.” Online workshop: Migration to/from/within CEE: Decolonial perspectives online workshop, co-organized by Middlesex University, England); University of Glasgow, Scotland; and Cracow University of Economics, Poland, Nov 25, 2021.

 

Jansky, B., and T. Hendl. “Patient activism in mHeath: by whom and for whom?“ Brocher Workshop The Ethics of mHealth as a Global Phenomenon, Oct 28, 2021. 

 

Hendl, T. and A. Shukla. “Can mHealth Democratize Health?“ Brocher Workshop The Ethics of mHealth as a Global Phenomenon, Oct 27, 2021. 

 

Hendl, T. “Examining Western Dimensions of White ‘Privilege’ and Supremacy: On the Need for an Intersectional Theory of Whiteness.” Workshop "Race and Racism / 'Rasse' und Rassismus." Heinrich Heine University Düsseldorf, Oct 5, 2021. 

 

Hendl, T. “Examining Western Dimensions of White ‘Privilege’ and Supremacy: On the Need for an Intersectional Theory of Whiteness.“ Workshop: Not Quite Equal: Exploring Intersectional Power Relations in the European East-West Divide. University of Augsburg, Germany, May 31, 2021.

 

Hendl, T., and T. Roxanne. “Digital Surveillance in a Pandemic-Response: What Bioethics Ought to Learn from Indigenous Perspectives.” CEPE/IACAP Joint Conference. Universität Hamburg, Germany, July 5-9, 2021.

 

Hendl, T., and T. Roxanne. “Digital Surveillance in a Pandemic-Response: What Bioethics Ought to Learn from Indigenous Perspectives.” The Society for Philosophy and Technology Conference, June 28-30, 2021.

 

Hendl, T., and B. Jansky. “A Matter of Justice: Why Digital Health Technologies Warrant an Intersectional Feminist Perspective.” The Society for Philosophy and Technology Conference, June 28-30, 2021.

 

Hendl, T. “Theorising Western Dimensions of White ‘Privilege’ and Supremacy: On the Need for an Intersectional Theory of Whiteness.“ Workshop: Not Quite Equal: Exploring Intersectional Power Relations in the European East-West Divide. University of Augsburg, Germany, May 31, 2021.

 

Hendl, T. Brocher café: Covid-19 and Injustice. Brocher Foundation, Switzerland, May 27, 2021.

 

Hendl T., and T. Kayali Browne. “Is ‘Gender Disappointment’ a Justification for Sex Selection?“ Reproductive Ethics Conference, University of Texas Medical Branch, Galveston, Texas, April 8, 2021.

 

 

2020

 

Hendl, T., and T. Roxanne. “Digital Surveillance in a Pandemic-Response: What Bioethics Needs to Learn from Indigenous Perspectives.” Ethical Governance of Surveillance Technologies in Times of Crisis. Utrecht University, the Netherlands, Nov 2020.

 

Hendl, T., Jansky, B., and V. Wild. “Beyond ‘Femtech’: mHealth Warrants a Feminist Perspective.“ Feminist Approaches to Bioethics (FAB) Conference, Philadelphia, the US, June 2020.

 

Hendl, T. “Beyond the hype: Opportunities and challenges in mHealth.“ eHealth Trends and Innovations symposium. LMU Center for Advanced Studies, Munich, Germany, March 6, 2020. 

 

2019

 

Hendl, T. “mHealth, Self-Management and Empowerment: Digital Health Technologies From a Public Health Perspective.” European Society for Philosophy of Medicine and Healthcare (ESPMH), Oslo, Norway, August 2019.

 

Hendl, T., Wild, V: "Beyond Hype: Opportunities and Challenges in mHealth." In the Ethox and the Wellcome Centre for Ethics and Humanities Seminar, the Big Data Institute, University of Oxford, UK, May 2019.

 

Hendl, T. and B. Jansky. "Countering the Suppression of Diversity in Period and Fertility Apps: The Role of Autoethnographic Research." Methods in Questions: Epistemologies of Gender and Sexuality Seminar Series, University of Cambridge Centre for Gender Studies, UK, May 2019.

 

Hendl, T.  "Health, Self-management and Empowerment: mHealth Technologies from a Public Health Perspective." New St Cross Special Ethics Seminar, St Cross College of the University of Oxford, UK, May 2019.

 

Hendl, T. and B. Jansky. "Empowered through an mHealth interface? The Epistemology Of Period and Fertility Apps." Interdisciplinary Conference on the Relations of Humans, Machines and Gender, the Braunschweig University of Art, Braunschweig, Germany, October 2019.

 

Ausgewählte Medienauftritte

Tereza Hendl was interviewed for the 2021 Euronews report „ Google's new AI skincare tool may not work on patients with darker skin tones.“ 

 

Hendl, T., and T. K. Browne. 2020. " Sad about having a boy not a girl? Your distress might be real but ‘gender disappointment’ is no mental illness." The Conversation.

 

In 2020, Tereza Hendl contributed to discussions on Facebook's "suicide prevention service", published by: welt.de, science medica center germany, msn-news.

 

Hendl. T., Jansky, B. 2019. " Q&A: a patient asks about the use of apps to track their menstrual cycle and fertility. What advice should they be given?" O&G Magazine of the Royal Australian and New Zealand College of Obstetricians and Gynaecologists.

 

Browne, T.K. and Hendl, T. 2017. “ Gender Equity, Not Sex Selection.” Journal of Bioethical Inquiry Blog.

 

TEDx Talk 2016. “ Challenging Gender Selection.”

 

Hendl, Tereza. 2015. “ Choosing Children’s Sex is an Exercise in Sexism.” The Conversation.

 

Debate: Professor Gab Kovacs and Dr Tereza Hendl in a Lateline debate on the ethics of sex selection and whether it should be allowed in Australia. Lateline, ABC Australia, February 7, 2017. The Australian Broadcasting Corporation is Australia's major national broadcaster. 

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