Professor Elspeth Probyn

BA BrCol GradDip MA PhD Concordia FAHA FASSA
Professor of Gender and Cultural Studies

A14 - The Quadrangle
The University of Sydney

Telephone +61 2 9351 7389
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Biographical details

Elspeth Probyn (Fellow of the Australian Academy of Humanities, and Fellow of the Academy of Social Sciences in Australia) is Professor of Gender & Cultural Studies at the University of Sydney, as well as adjunct Professor of Cultural Geography at the University of Western Australia, and adjunct Research Professor at the University of South Australia. She has taught media, cultural studies and sociology at universities in Canada and the USA, and has held several prestigious visiting appointments around the world. Her work has helped to establish several new areas of scholarship – from embodied research methods to cultural studies of food. Professor Probyn is the author of several groundbreaking monographs and over a hundred articles and chapters across the fields of gender, media, and cultural studies, philosophy, cultural geography, anthropology and critical psychology. Her research (funded by an ARC Discovery Project) analyses the role of place and community within the transglobal food system. She is particularly interested in the sustainability of the production and consumption of fish, or what she calls ‘more-than-human” sustainable fish communities, the results of which will be published in a new book, Oceanic Entanglements (Duke University Press, 2014).

Research interests

Research areas include spatial theory and hybrid geographies, gender, sexuality and cultural studies, food consumption and production, theories of embodiment, social science methodologies.

Teaching and supervision

Production and consumption; bio-cultural sustainability; food cultures; gender and ‘the more-than-human’; new ethnographies & writing; theories and methodologies of embodiment...

Currently supervising:

Kate Johnson, Following Tuna: sustainability, regulations, and community

Rany Pen, Inclusive governance and development from gender perspective - Cambodia beyond 2015 Cambodian Millennium Development Goals (CMDGs)

Alifia Bandali

Tara Moss

Paul Priday

Other appointments and distinctions

2011 Adjunct Research Professor, the Hawke Research Institute, University of South Australia

Adjunct Professor of Cultural Geography, School of Earth & Environment, University of Western Australia.

2011 Elected Fellow of the Australian Academy of Social Sciences

2010-2011 Director of the Hawke Research Institute, The University of South Australia

2010 Distinguished Researcher Award, The University of South Australia

2009 - Research SA Chair Professor of Gender & Cultural Studies, Director of the Hawke Research Institute, and co-Director of the Centre for Postcolonial and Globalization Studies, The University of South Australia.

2010 Resident Scholar, The Rockefeller Centre, Bellagio, Italy.

2010 Distinguished Scholar, The University of South Australia.

From 2008: Board member, Food Standards Agency Australia and New Zealand.

2007 Visiting Professor, The Institute of Geography, The University of Edinburgh.

2005 Mellon Distinguished Scholar, The University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign.

From 2005: Council member, Australian Academy of Humanities

From 2005: Management Committee, Cultural Research Network (ARC funded)

From 2002: Fellow of the Australian Academy of the Humanities.

From 2002: Honorary Professor, Albert Schweitzer International University, Geneva.

From 2000: Columnist, The Australian. News Corp Ltd.

2002 Visiting Professor, Department of Sociology, The London School of Economics, UK.

2001 ‘Noted Scholar’, The Department of English, The University of British Columbia.

2000 Research Fellow, Research Institute in Humanities and Social Sciences, The University of Sydney.

1998 Visiting Fellow, Sociology, Goldsmiths College, The University of London.

Keynote and plenary presentations at refereed conferences

2011 Keynote, ‘Pathways from Production to Consumption’, Food Regimes and Food Security. Australian Academy of Social Sciences Symposium, Canberra.

2011 Keynote, ‘Re-orienting the material in cultural studies’, Cultural Studies Association of Australasia, University of South Australia.

2011 Keynote, ‘What’s the next local?”, Australasian Regional Food Cultures Conference, Southern Cross University.

2010 Keynote, New Methods in Ethnography, University of Waikato, New Zealand.

2010 Swimming with Tuna. 3rd International & Interdisciplinary Conference, Adelaide.

2010 ‘Alimentary Cultural Studies: Human-fish entanglements’, EAS HDR Annual Conference, Adelaide.

2009 Keynote, Queer Diasporas. Taiwan.

2008 International Speaker. ‘Taste and Place: The global transformations of production and consumption of food and their implications for China.’ International Conference on Chinese Society and China Study’, Nanjing University, China.

2008 Plenary. ‘Emotions and Leadership’, USB Women and Leadership, Sydney.

2008 Keynote. ‘Taste and Place’, New Zealand Sociology Assocaiton Annual Conference. Otago, NZ.

2007 Inaugural. ‘Is Fat Still a Feminist Issue?’. Launch of WUN Gender Consortium, Leeds University.

2007 Inaugural. ‘Youth Cultures of Eating’. Launch of MA in Gender & Society, Goldsmiths College, The University of London.

2007 Plenary. ‘Fat Kids: rethinking obesity’, British Sociological Association Annual Conference, University of East London.

2007 Keynote, Queer Space’, University of Technology, Sydney.

2007 Plenary, ‘Bodies and Urban Space’, Lingnan University, Hong Kong.

2007 ‘Gender & Equality: Universality & Particularity’, Keynote. International Perspectives on Gender Equality and Social Diversity’, Sendai International Centre, Japan.

2006 ‘Feeling like a Girl’, City University, Hong Kong.

2006 Invited Speaker, Brisbane Festival of Ideas. Brisbane QLD

2005 ‘Blush’, Keynote Speaker. State of the Art Mellon Conference on Shame and other Affects. University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign.

2004 ‘Shame Out-of-Place’, Migration, Affect and the Senses. Australian National University.

PhD and master's project opportunities

Selected grants

2014

  • Sustainable Fish: a material analysis of cultures of consumption & production; Probyn E; Australian Research Council (ARC)/Discovery Projects (DP).

2013

  • Women and Work Research Network; Baird M, Chen M, Cooper R, Cutcher L, Foley M, Ford M, Hardy C, Hill E, McGrath-Champ S, Piper N, Probyn E, Riley J, Seymour R, Smith B, Vromen A, Williamson S; DVC Research/Research Network Scheme (SyReNS).

2012

  • The Sydney Network on Climate Change and Society; McCalman I, Schlosberg D, Bashford A, Probyn E, Allon F, Giles P, Smith V, Marks P, Celermajer D, Mikler J, Chester L, Gurran N, Shrestha K, Lyster R, McManus P, Pritchard W, Neilson J, Byrne M, Wright C, de Berigny Wall C; DVC Research/Research Network Scheme (SyReNS).

2011

  • Sun, Sea, Sand and Silicone: Aesthetic Surgery Tourism in the UK and Australia; Holliday R, Bell D, Jones M, Taylor J, Probyn E; UK Economic and Social Research Council (ESRC)/Research Grant.

2009

  • Taste and Place: the transglobal production and consumption of food and drink; Probyn E; Australian Research Council (ARC)/Discovery Projects (DP).
  • Taste and Place: the transglobal production and consumption of food and drink; Probyn E; Australian Research Council (ARC)/Discovery Projects (DP).

2007

  • Peer Based Mentoring in Sport: Strategies for Best Practice; Probyn E, Albury K, Lumby C, Evers C; Australian Research Council (ARC)/Linkage Projects (LP).
  • Towards Respectful Relationships through Peer Mentoring; Probyn E, Anderson A, Fischl D; NSW Department of Education and Training (NSWDET)/Research Grants.

2006

  • The Well-Rounded Person: The Role of Sport in Shaping Physical, Emotional and Social Development; Lumby C, Probyn E, O'Dea J, Albury K; Australian Research Council (ARC)/Discovery Projects (DP).
  • The well-rounded person: the role of sport in shaping physical, emotional and social development; Albury K, O'Dea J, Lumby C, Probyn E; Australian Research Council (ARC)/Discovery Projects (DP).

2005

  • Youth cultures of eating: a cultural analysis of youth obesity, gender, class, ethnicity and generation; Probyn E, O'Dea J; Australian Research Council (ARC)/Discovery Projects (DP).
  • Selling Australian Feelings: Affective Tourism and the Management of Emotion; Probyn E; University of Sydney/Research & Development.

2004

  • Fat teens: a comparative cultural analysis; Probyn E; DVC Research/Research and Development Scheme: Research and Development (R&D).

2001

  • Girl Cultures: The effects of Media on Girls and Young Womens Self Representations; Lumby C, Probyn E; Australian Research Council (ARC)/Large Research Grants (LRG).
  • Practices and Performances of Alimentary Identities: A Comparative Analysis of the Food Media and their Audiences; Probyn E; Australian Research Council (ARC)/Large Research Grants (LRG).

2000

  • The making of Mod Oz: the roles of the food media in the construction of contemporary Australian identity; Probyn E; Australian Research Council (ARC)/Small Grants.

Selected publications

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Books

  • Probyn, E. (2005). Blush: faces of shame. Minneapolis, USA: University of Minnesota Press.
  • Probyn, E. (2000). Carnal appetites; foodsexidentities. London; New York: Routledge.
  • Probyn, E. (1996). Outside Belongings. New York: Routledge.
  • Probyn, E. (1993). Sexing the self: gendered positions in cultural studies. London; New York: Routledge.

Edited Books

  • Probyn, E., Muecke, S., Shoemaker, A. (2006). Creating Value: The Humanities and Public Engagement. Canberra: Australian Academy of Humanities.
  • Lumby, C., Probyn, E. (2003). Remote Control: New Media, New Ethics. UK: Cambridge University Press.
  • Probyn, E., Grosz, E. (1995). Sexy bodies: the strange carnalities of feminism. London; New York: Routledge.

Book Chapters

  • Jones, M., Bell, D., Holliday, R., Probyn, E., Sanchez Taylor, J. (2014). Facebook and Facelifts: Communities of Cosmetic Surgery Tourists. In Garth Lean, Russell Staiff, Emma Waterton (Eds.), Travel and Transformation, (pp. 189-204). Aldershot: Ashgate.
  • Probyn, E., Germon, J., Caluya, G. (2014). Globalised Sexualities. In A. Plomien and C. Hemmings (Eds.), Sage Handbook of Feminist Theory. London: Sage Publications Ltd.
  • Caluya, G., Germon, J., Probyn, E. (2014). Globalization and Feminism: Changing Taxonomies of Sex, Gender and Sexuality. In M. Evans, C. Hemmings, M. Henry, H. Johnstone, S. Madhok, A. Plomien, S. Wearing (Eds.), The SAGE Handbook of Feminist Theory, (pp. 293-307). London, United Kingdom: Sage Publications.
  • Probyn, E. (2014). Sustaining Fish-Human Communities? A More-Than-Human Question. In Robert E. Rinehart, Karen N. Barbour & Clive C. Pope (Eds.), Ethnographic Worldviews: Transformations and Social Justice, (pp. 155-171). Dordrecht: Springer.
  • Probyn, E. (2013). Afterword: Biocultural Entanglements. In Rachel Slocum, Arun Saldanha (Eds.), Geographies of Race and Food: Fields, Bodies, Markets, (pp. 331-334). Surrey, UK: Ashgate.
  • Holliday, R., Hardy, K., Bell, D., Hunter, E., Jones, M., Probyn, E., Sanchez Taylor, J. (2013). Beauty and the Beach: Mapping Cosmetic Surgery Tourism. In D. Botterill, G. Pennings, and T. Mainil (Eds.), Medical Tourism and Transnational Health Care, (pp. 83-97). Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan.
  • Probyn, E. (2013). Interlude: Entanglements: Fish, Guts, and Bio-cultural Sustainability. In Emma-Jayne Abbots, Anna Lavis (Eds.), Why We Eat, How We Eat: Contemporary Encounters between Foods and Bodies, (pp. 289-300). Farnham: Ashgate.
  • Probyn, E. (2012). In the Interests of Taste and Place. In Geraldine Pratt and Victoria Rosner (Eds.), The Global and the Intimate: Feminism in Our Time, (pp. 57-84). New York: Columbia University Press.
  • Probyn, E. (2012). Only connect? Communicating across the core-peripheries of geography and discipline. In Ian Donaldson and Mark Finnane (Eds.), Taking Stock: The Humanities in Australian Life Since 1968, (pp. 279-287). Crawley, WA, Australia: UWA Publishing.
  • Probyn, E. (2011). Glass Selves: Emotions, Subjectivity, and the Research Process. In Shaun Gallagher (Eds.), The Oxford Handbook of the Self, (pp. 681-695). Oxford, UK: Oxford University Press.
  • Probyn, E., Caluya, G. (2008). Culture, Sex and Sexualities. In Tony Bennett, John Frow (Eds.), The SAGE Handbook of Cultural Analysis, (pp. 530-551). London: Sage Publications.
  • Probyn, E. (2007). Introduction: The politics of experience. In Ann Gray, Jan Campbell, Mark Erickson, Sutart Hanson and Helen Wood (Eds.), CCCS Selected Working Papers, (pp. 425-433). London & New York: Routledge imprint of Taylor & Francis.
  • Probyn, E. (2006). Creating Value. In Elspeth Probyn, Stephen Muecke and Adam Shoemaker (Eds.), Creating Value: The Humanities and their Publics, (pp. 9-14). Canberra: The Australian Academy of the Humanities.
  • Probyn, E. (2005). Body. In Ritzer, G (Eds.), Encyclopedia of Social Theory, (pp. 62-65). London: Sage Publications.
  • Probyn, E. (2005). Desire. In Bennett, T Grossberg, L Morris, M (Eds.), New Keywords, (pp. 76-78). Boston USA: Blackwell Publishers.
  • Probyn, E. (2005). Queer. In Bennett, T Grossberg, L Morris, M (Eds.), New Keywords, (pp. 278-279). Boston USA: Blackwell Publishers.
  • Probyn, E. (2005). Sex and Power. In Calhoun, C Rojek, C & Turner, B (Eds.), The Sage Handbook of Sociology, (pp. 516-529). London: Sage Publications.
  • Probyn, E. (2005). Thinking Habits and the Ordering of Life. In Bell, D & Hollows, J (Eds.), Ordinary Lifestyles, (pp. 243-254). UK: Open University Press.
  • Probyn, E. (2004). Eating for a Living: a Rhizo-ethology of bodies. In Helen Thomas, Jamilah Ahmed (Eds.), Cultural Bodies: Ethnography and Theory, (pp. 215-240). Malden UK: Blackwell Publishers.
  • Probyn, E. (2004). Shame In The Habitus. In Lisa Adkins and Beverley Skeggs (Eds.), Feminism after Bourdieu, (pp. 224-248). Malden: Blackwell Publishers.
  • Probyn, E. (2003). Eating into ethics: passion, food and journalism. In Catherine Lumby& Elspeth Probyn (Eds.), Remote Control: New Media, New Ethics, (pp. 107-123). UK: Cambridge University Press.
  • Probyn, E., Lumby, C. (2003). Introduction: An ethics of engagement. In Catherine Lumby& Elspeth Probyn (Eds.), Remote Control: New Media, New Ethics, (pp. 11-24). UK: Cambridge University Press.
  • Probyn, E. (2003). The spatial imperative of subjectivity. In Anderson, Domosh, Pile, Thrift (Eds.), Handbook of Cultural Geography, (pp. 290-299). London: Sage Publications.
  • Probyn, E. (2001). Anxious Proximities The space-time of concepts. In Jon May and Nigel Thrift (Eds.), TimeSpace: Geographies of Temporality, (pp. 171-186). United States: Routledge imprint of Taylor & Francis.
  • Probyn, E. (2001). Eating Skin. In Sara Ahmed and Jackie Stacey (Eds.), Thinking Through the Skin, (pp. 87-103). United States: Routledge imprint of Taylor & Francis.

Journals

  • Holliday, R., Bell, D., Jones, M., Hardy, K., Hunter, E., Probyn, E., Sanchez Taylor, J. (2014). Beautiful face, beautiful place: relational geographies and gender in cosmetic surgery tourism websites. Gender, Place & Culture. [More Information]
  • Probyn, E., Holliday, R., Bell, D., Cheung, O., Jones, M. (2014). Brief encounters: Assembling cosmetic surgery tourism. Social Science and Medicine. [More Information]
  • Probyn, E. (2014). Women following fish in a more-than-human world. Gender, Place & Culture. [More Information]
  • Black, P., Allon, F., Driscoll, C., Probyn, E., Race, K., Redden, G. (2013). Editorial Introduction. Inter-Asia Cultural Studies, 14(3), 427-431. [More Information]
  • Probyn, E. (2013). Sentiments oceaniques Les representations du poisson durable. POLI - Politique de l'image, 7(7), 50-59.
  • Caluya, G., Probyn, E., Vyas, S. (2011). 'Affective eduscapes': the case of Indian students within Australian international higher education. Cambridge Journal of Education, 41(1), 85-99. [More Information]
  • Probyn, E. (2011). 'To market, to market..': Afterwords. Continuum: Journal of Media and Cultural Studies, 25(5), 683-685. [More Information]
  • Bell, D., Holliday, R., Jones, M., Probyn, E., Taylor, J. (2011). Bikinis and Bandages: An Itinerary for Cosmetic Surgery Tourism. Tourist Studies: an international journal, 11(2), 139-155. [More Information]
  • Probyn, E. (2011). Eating Roo: Of Things That Become Food. New Formations: a journal of culture/theory/politics, 74(1), 33-45.
  • Probyn, E. (2011). Human-Ocean Entanglements: Human-Ocean Entanglements. Australian Humanities Review, 51(November), 97-114.
  • Probyn, E. (2008). Silences Behind the Mantra: Critiquing Feminist Fat. Feminism and Psychology: an international journal, 18(3), 401-404.
  • Probyn, E. (2004). Blushing. Arts: the Proceedings of the Sydney University Arts Association, 26, 81-94.
  • Probyn, E. (2004). Deplaces; Honte, Corps Et Lieux. Anthropologie et Societes, 28(3), 39-58.
  • Probyn, E. (2004). Everyday Shame. Cultural Studies, 18(2/3), 328-349.
  • Probyn, E. (2004). Teaching Bodies: Affects In The Classroom. Body and Society, 10(4), 21-43.
  • Probyn, E. (2004). Thinking With Gut Feeling. Public, 30, 101-112.
  • Probyn, E. (2001). Teaching in the Field: Gender and Feminist Media Studies. Feminist Media Studies, 1, 35-39.

Edited Journals

  • Probyn, E., Evers, C. (2010). Researching Spaces of Intimacy, special issue of Emotion, Space and Society. Emotion, Space and Society, 3(1).
  • Probyn, E. (1992). Entre le corps et le soi: pour une sociologie de la subjectivation, special issue of Sociologie et societes. Sociologie et societes, XXIV (1).
  • Probyn, E. (1989). Women’s Voices In Media Research, special issue of The Canadian Journal of Communication. The Canadian Journal of Communication, 14(3).

2014

  • Holliday, R., Bell, D., Jones, M., Hardy, K., Hunter, E., Probyn, E., Sanchez Taylor, J. (2014). Beautiful face, beautiful place: relational geographies and gender in cosmetic surgery tourism websites. Gender, Place & Culture. [More Information]
  • Probyn, E., Holliday, R., Bell, D., Cheung, O., Jones, M. (2014). Brief encounters: Assembling cosmetic surgery tourism. Social Science and Medicine. [More Information]
  • Jones, M., Bell, D., Holliday, R., Probyn, E., Sanchez Taylor, J. (2014). Facebook and Facelifts: Communities of Cosmetic Surgery Tourists. In Garth Lean, Russell Staiff, Emma Waterton (Eds.), Travel and Transformation, (pp. 189-204). Aldershot: Ashgate.
  • Probyn, E., Germon, J., Caluya, G. (2014). Globalised Sexualities. In A. Plomien and C. Hemmings (Eds.), Sage Handbook of Feminist Theory. London: Sage Publications Ltd.
  • Caluya, G., Germon, J., Probyn, E. (2014). Globalization and Feminism: Changing Taxonomies of Sex, Gender and Sexuality. In M. Evans, C. Hemmings, M. Henry, H. Johnstone, S. Madhok, A. Plomien, S. Wearing (Eds.), The SAGE Handbook of Feminist Theory, (pp. 293-307). London, United Kingdom: Sage Publications.
  • Probyn, E. (2014). Sustaining Fish-Human Communities? A More-Than-Human Question. In Robert E. Rinehart, Karen N. Barbour & Clive C. Pope (Eds.), Ethnographic Worldviews: Transformations and Social Justice, (pp. 155-171). Dordrecht: Springer.
  • Probyn, E. (2014). Women following fish in a more-than-human world. Gender, Place & Culture. [More Information]

2013

  • Probyn, E. (2013). Afterword: Biocultural Entanglements. In Rachel Slocum, Arun Saldanha (Eds.), Geographies of Race and Food: Fields, Bodies, Markets, (pp. 331-334). Surrey, UK: Ashgate.
  • Holliday, R., Hardy, K., Bell, D., Hunter, E., Jones, M., Probyn, E., Sanchez Taylor, J. (2013). Beauty and the Beach: Mapping Cosmetic Surgery Tourism. In D. Botterill, G. Pennings, and T. Mainil (Eds.), Medical Tourism and Transnational Health Care, (pp. 83-97). Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan.
  • Black, P., Allon, F., Driscoll, C., Probyn, E., Race, K., Redden, G. (2013). Editorial Introduction. Inter-Asia Cultural Studies, 14(3), 427-431. [More Information]
  • Probyn, E. (2013). Interlude: Entanglements: Fish, Guts, and Bio-cultural Sustainability. In Emma-Jayne Abbots, Anna Lavis (Eds.), Why We Eat, How We Eat: Contemporary Encounters between Foods and Bodies, (pp. 289-300). Farnham: Ashgate.
  • Probyn, E. (2013). Sentiments oceaniques Les representations du poisson durable. POLI - Politique de l'image, 7(7), 50-59.

2012

  • Probyn, E. (2012). In the Interests of Taste and Place. In Geraldine Pratt and Victoria Rosner (Eds.), The Global and the Intimate: Feminism in Our Time, (pp. 57-84). New York: Columbia University Press.
  • Probyn, E. (2012). Only connect? Communicating across the core-peripheries of geography and discipline. In Ian Donaldson and Mark Finnane (Eds.), Taking Stock: The Humanities in Australian Life Since 1968, (pp. 279-287). Crawley, WA, Australia: UWA Publishing.

2011

  • Caluya, G., Probyn, E., Vyas, S. (2011). 'Affective eduscapes': the case of Indian students within Australian international higher education. Cambridge Journal of Education, 41(1), 85-99. [More Information]
  • Probyn, E. (2011). 'To market, to market..': Afterwords. Continuum: Journal of Media and Cultural Studies, 25(5), 683-685. [More Information]
  • Bell, D., Holliday, R., Jones, M., Probyn, E., Taylor, J. (2011). Bikinis and Bandages: An Itinerary for Cosmetic Surgery Tourism. Tourist Studies: an international journal, 11(2), 139-155. [More Information]
  • Probyn, E. (2011). Eating Roo: Of Things That Become Food. New Formations: a journal of culture/theory/politics, 74(1), 33-45.
  • Probyn, E. (2011). Glass Selves: Emotions, Subjectivity, and the Research Process. In Shaun Gallagher (Eds.), The Oxford Handbook of the Self, (pp. 681-695). Oxford, UK: Oxford University Press.
  • Probyn, E. (2011). Human-Ocean Entanglements: Human-Ocean Entanglements. Australian Humanities Review, 51(November), 97-114.

2010

  • Probyn, E., Evers, C. (2010). Researching Spaces of Intimacy, special issue of Emotion, Space and Society. Emotion, Space and Society, 3(1).

2008

  • Probyn, E., Caluya, G. (2008). Culture, Sex and Sexualities. In Tony Bennett, John Frow (Eds.), The SAGE Handbook of Cultural Analysis, (pp. 530-551). London: Sage Publications.
  • Probyn, E. (2008). Silences Behind the Mantra: Critiquing Feminist Fat. Feminism and Psychology: an international journal, 18(3), 401-404.

2007

  • Probyn, E. (2007). Introduction: The politics of experience. In Ann Gray, Jan Campbell, Mark Erickson, Sutart Hanson and Helen Wood (Eds.), CCCS Selected Working Papers, (pp. 425-433). London & New York: Routledge imprint of Taylor & Francis.

2006

  • Probyn, E. (2006). Creating Value. In Elspeth Probyn, Stephen Muecke and Adam Shoemaker (Eds.), Creating Value: The Humanities and their Publics, (pp. 9-14). Canberra: The Australian Academy of the Humanities.
  • Probyn, E., Muecke, S., Shoemaker, A. (2006). Creating Value: The Humanities and Public Engagement. Canberra: Australian Academy of Humanities.

2005

  • Probyn, E. (2005). Blush: faces of shame. Minneapolis, USA: University of Minnesota Press.
  • Probyn, E. (2005). Body. In Ritzer, G (Eds.), Encyclopedia of Social Theory, (pp. 62-65). London: Sage Publications.
  • Probyn, E. (2005). Desire. In Bennett, T Grossberg, L Morris, M (Eds.), New Keywords, (pp. 76-78). Boston USA: Blackwell Publishers.
  • Probyn, E. (2005). Queer. In Bennett, T Grossberg, L Morris, M (Eds.), New Keywords, (pp. 278-279). Boston USA: Blackwell Publishers.
  • Probyn, E. (2005). Sex and Power. In Calhoun, C Rojek, C & Turner, B (Eds.), The Sage Handbook of Sociology, (pp. 516-529). London: Sage Publications.
  • Probyn, E. (2005). Thinking Habits and the Ordering of Life. In Bell, D & Hollows, J (Eds.), Ordinary Lifestyles, (pp. 243-254). UK: Open University Press.

2004

  • Probyn, E. (2004). Blushing. Arts: the Proceedings of the Sydney University Arts Association, 26, 81-94.
  • Probyn, E. (2004). Deplaces; Honte, Corps Et Lieux. Anthropologie et Societes, 28(3), 39-58.
  • Probyn, E. (2004). Eating for a Living: a Rhizo-ethology of bodies. In Helen Thomas, Jamilah Ahmed (Eds.), Cultural Bodies: Ethnography and Theory, (pp. 215-240). Malden UK: Blackwell Publishers.
  • Probyn, E. (2004). Everyday Shame. Cultural Studies, 18(2/3), 328-349.
  • Probyn, E. (2004). Shame In The Habitus. In Lisa Adkins and Beverley Skeggs (Eds.), Feminism after Bourdieu, (pp. 224-248). Malden: Blackwell Publishers.
  • Probyn, E. (2004). Teaching Bodies: Affects In The Classroom. Body and Society, 10(4), 21-43.
  • Probyn, E. (2004). Thinking With Gut Feeling. Public, 30, 101-112.

2003

  • Probyn, E. (2003). Eating into ethics: passion, food and journalism. In Catherine Lumby& Elspeth Probyn (Eds.), Remote Control: New Media, New Ethics, (pp. 107-123). UK: Cambridge University Press.
  • Probyn, E., Lumby, C. (2003). Introduction: An ethics of engagement. In Catherine Lumby& Elspeth Probyn (Eds.), Remote Control: New Media, New Ethics, (pp. 11-24). UK: Cambridge University Press.
  • Lumby, C., Probyn, E. (2003). Remote Control: New Media, New Ethics. UK: Cambridge University Press.
  • Probyn, E. (2003). The spatial imperative of subjectivity. In Anderson, Domosh, Pile, Thrift (Eds.), Handbook of Cultural Geography, (pp. 290-299). London: Sage Publications.

2001

  • Probyn, E. (2001). Anxious Proximities The space-time of concepts. In Jon May and Nigel Thrift (Eds.), TimeSpace: Geographies of Temporality, (pp. 171-186). United States: Routledge imprint of Taylor & Francis.
  • Probyn, E. (2001). Eating Skin. In Sara Ahmed and Jackie Stacey (Eds.), Thinking Through the Skin, (pp. 87-103). United States: Routledge imprint of Taylor & Francis.
  • Probyn, E. (2001). Teaching in the Field: Gender and Feminist Media Studies. Feminist Media Studies, 1, 35-39.

2000

  • Probyn, E. (2000). Carnal appetites; foodsexidentities. London; New York: Routledge.

1996

  • Probyn, E. (1996). Outside Belongings. New York: Routledge.

1995

  • Probyn, E., Grosz, E. (1995). Sexy bodies: the strange carnalities of feminism. London; New York: Routledge.

1993

  • Probyn, E. (1993). Sexing the self: gendered positions in cultural studies. London; New York: Routledge.

1992

  • Probyn, E. (1992). Entre le corps et le soi: pour une sociologie de la subjectivation, special issue of Sociologie et societes. Sociologie et societes, XXIV (1).

1989

  • Probyn, E. (1989). Women’s Voices In Media Research, special issue of The Canadian Journal of Communication. The Canadian Journal of Communication, 14(3).

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