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.
2013 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. Seminars are followed by drinks in the Manning Bar.
Anyone is welcome to attend.
Seminar Series convenors: Prudence Black and Lee Wallace
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Semester One Programme, 2013
'Cultural Studies Not Elsewhere Classified'
Friday 8 March
Materialising the Future: Prediction, Young People and the Obesity Crisis
Dr Rebecca Coleman, Sociology, Lancaster University
Dr Anna Hickey-Moody, Gender and Cultural Studies, University of Sydney
Friday 22 March
Professor Mike Michael, Sociology and Social Policy, University of Sydney
Associate Professor Kane Race, Gender and Cultural Studies, University of Sydney
Friday 19 April
Invisible, Dispersed and Connected: The Cultural Plausibility of Subtle Body Models in the Contemporary West
Dr Ruth Barcan, Gender and Cultural Studies, University of Sydney
Somatic Knowing: The Body Entwined in Learning
Patricia Morgan, Department of Philosophy, University of New South Wales
Friday 3 May
Professor John Frow, English, University of Sydney
White is ‘less agreeable to the eye’: The Raced, Queer Looks of Ludwig Leichhardt
Associate Professor Katrina Schlunke, Cultural Studies Group, University of Technology, Sydney
Friday 17 May
Economies of Counting
Free Stuff: In Search of a Lost Business Model
Associate Professor Robyn Ferrell, Honorary Fellow, Gender and Cultural Studies, University of Sydney
The End of Normal: Performance Measurement and the Pursuit of Excellence
Dr Guy Redden, Gender and Cultural Studies, University of Sydney
Friday 31 May
Professor Peter Jackson, School of Culture, History and Language,
Australian National University
Associate Professor Audrey Yue, Screen and Cultural Studies Programme, University of Melbourne