Michelle D. Bonner is professor of political science at the University of Victoria. Among other books, she is the author of Policing Protest in Argentina and Chile (2014), which was awarded the Canadian Political Science Association’s 2015–16 Comparative Politics Book Prize, and is now available in Spanish. She is also the co-editor of Police Abuse in Contemporary Democracies (2018), as well as the author of many articles. She is currently working on a book manuscript on the role of media in punitive populism. She has been publishing on issues pertaining to democracy and police violence for many years, which she views through the lens of protest policing, punitive populism, media, transitional justice, and discourse.