Dr. Ariel Ducey is Professor and Graduate Program Director in the Department of Sociology, University of Calgary. Her research centers on issues of responsibility, ethicality, knowledge, and emotions in the institutions and practices of health care and medicine. Ariel has studied how frontline care providers in New York City create meaning and opportunity at the intersection of two industries that are increasingly organized according to the logic of markets — health care and education. She has published two book chapters on affect and caregiving labour in early, influential collections, and has led interdisciplinary, qualitative research examining values and practices in pelvic floor surgery and their impact on women’s health. Currently, Ariel co-leads a transdisciplinary, federally-funded project on medical ways of sensing and knowing, with colleagues and graduate students from sociology, family medicine, and learning sciences. In 2021, the team for this project created a free, public, interactive modelling installation at Canmore artsPlace (Alberta), called Moral Horizons of Pain.