Research Seminar Series
The Department of Gender and Cultural Studies hosts a lively departmental research seminar series. Participants include staff, associates and postgraduate students from the department, as well as presenters from other University of Sydney departments and from outside, both nationally and internationally.
Seminars are held in The Refectory, in the Main Quadrangle (the building with the clocktower at the top of University Drive, off Parramatta Rd). You can find The Refectory downstairs from the Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences office.
Friday afternoon, 2pm-4pm. Please join us after the seminar for drinks at the Holme Courtyard Bar
Everyone is welcome to attend.
2017 Seminar Series convenors:
Ruth Barcan and Anna Hickey-Moody (Semester 1)
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Fiona Allon (Semester 2)
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Semester 1 2017
Helen Palmer (Kingston University London)
'Queer Defamiliarisation: the politics of diffractive poetics'.
Lee Wallace (Sydney)
'Reattachment Theory: Gay Marriage as Remarriage.'
Anita Harris (Deakin) and Ariadne Vromen (Sydney)
'Reflections on Youth Citizenship Studies'
Anna Hickey-Moody (Sydney)
‘Masculine Economies: Performativity, Affectivity and Carbon Futures’
Tim Laurie (UTS)
‘Spinoza and Men, or, Does Masculinity Studies Need The Ethics?’
Radicalism, Religion and Schools
Marion Maddox (Macquarie)
‘Rumors of war echo in the classroom: the reactive instrumentalisation of religion in three public school systems.’
Remy Low (Sydney)
‘Deradicalisation or Radical Democracy? On preventing violent extremism in schools.’
Rethinking the politics of mindfulness and wellness
Sue Saltmarsh (USQ)
'Gratitude, happiness and everyday fictions of wellbeing'
Edwin Ng (Deakin)
'What is the promise of refuge in a time of planetary crisis? Buddhist, feminist, and posthumanist inspired notes on living and dying well together.'
Race, Faith and Families
Jacqueline Nelson (UTS)
‘Performances of racism and anti-racism in Australian families.’
Helena Onnudottir (WSU)
‘A Certain Congruence: Islam and Aboriginal Cultures.’
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