Dr Liam Grealy

PhD Sydney
Lecturer

A14 - The Quadrangle
The University of Sydney

Telephone +61 2 9351 4343
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Biographical details

Dr Liam Grealy completed his PhD in the Department of Gender and Cultural Studies in 2013. He has taught in the department since 2009. Liam has published in cultural studies and criminology journals and in edited collections on media classification and cultural pedagogies.

Research interests

  • youth and childhood
  • media classification
  • sex offender law
  • cultural theory
  • criminology
  • hip hop
  • academic labour

Teaching and supervision

Liam has convened units of study:

  • GCST1601 Introduction to Cultural Studies
  • GCST2612 Youth Cultures
  • GCST5909 Key Thinkers for Cultural Studies
  • GCST2609 Masculinities, Mateship, and Men’s Lives

Current projects

Liam is currently re-working his doctoral thesis, ‘Punishing Paedophilic Sex Offenders: Cultural Studies, Consent, and Community Protection’ into a monograph. With Catherine Driscoll he has also begun a project on the international history of media classification systems, considering the significance of such systems as pedagogical technologies for minoritised adolescence.

Selected publications

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Book Chapters

  • Grealy, L., Driscoll, C. (2014). International Media Classification and Minority. In Andrea Limberto et al (Eds.), Communication and Control. Intercom.
  • Driscoll, C., Grealy, L. (2014). The Plastic Adolescent: Classification and minority. In Megan Watkins, Greg Noble, Catherine Driscoll (Eds.), Cultural Pedagogies and Human Conduct. Routledge.
  • Driscoll, C., Grealy, L. (2013). Media Classification and Parental Guidance (Classificacao etaria e orientacao parental). In Mayra Rodrigues Gomes (Eds.), Comunicacao e controle: Observacoes sobre liberdade, controle e interdicao de expressao (Communication and control: Notes on freedom, control and interdicted expression), (pp. 61-82). Sao Paulo: Intercom.

Journals

  • Grealy, L. (2014). Menacing Dennis: Representing 'Australia's most hated man' and popular protests for policy change. Crime, Media, Culture: an international journal, 10(1), 39-57. [More Information]
  • Grealy, L. (2013). Reorienting the Henson debate: child pornography, consent and the masturbating adolescent. Continuum: Journal of Media and Cultural Studies, 27(1), 67-79. [More Information]
  • Grealy, L. (2012). Inappropriate Powers under the Housing Amendment (Registrable Persons) Act 2009 (NSW). Current Issues in Criminal Justice, 23(3), 459-467.
  • Grealy, L. (2008). Negotiating cultural authenticity in hip-hop: Mimicry, whiteness and Eminem. Continuum: Journal of Media and Cultural Studies, 22(6), 851-865.

Conferences

  • Grealy, L. (2013). Minoritised Adolescence in Indian Film Classification. Inter-Asia Cultural Studies Society (IACS) Conference 2013: Beyond the Culture Industry, National University of Singapore, Singapore.
  • Grealy, L. (2012). From States of Exception to the Governmentalised State: The Child Sex Offender as Governmental Object. 5th Annual Australian and New Zealand Critical Criminology Conference, Townsville, Queensland: James Cook University.
  • Grealy, L. (2011). The Child that Cannot Consent: Reorienting the Henson Debate. CSAA Annual Conference/ ReOrientations and Comparative Colonialities, University of South Australia, Adelaide, SA, Australia.
  • Grealy, L. (2010). Managing the Monstrous: Punishing Paedophilic Subjects. ACS Crossroads, Hong Kong: Lingnan University.
  • Grealy, L. (2009). Negotiating New York: Spatial Narratives and American Dreaming. GCS Seminar Series, Sydney.

2014

  • Grealy, L., Driscoll, C. (2014). International Media Classification and Minority. In Andrea Limberto et al (Eds.), Communication and Control. Intercom.
  • Grealy, L. (2014). Menacing Dennis: Representing 'Australia's most hated man' and popular protests for policy change. Crime, Media, Culture: an international journal, 10(1), 39-57. [More Information]
  • Driscoll, C., Grealy, L. (2014). The Plastic Adolescent: Classification and minority. In Megan Watkins, Greg Noble, Catherine Driscoll (Eds.), Cultural Pedagogies and Human Conduct. Routledge.

2013

  • Driscoll, C., Grealy, L. (2013). Media Classification and Parental Guidance (Classificacao etaria e orientacao parental). In Mayra Rodrigues Gomes (Eds.), Comunicacao e controle: Observacoes sobre liberdade, controle e interdicao de expressao (Communication and control: Notes on freedom, control and interdicted expression), (pp. 61-82). Sao Paulo: Intercom.
  • Grealy, L. (2013). Minoritised Adolescence in Indian Film Classification. Inter-Asia Cultural Studies Society (IACS) Conference 2013: Beyond the Culture Industry, National University of Singapore, Singapore.
  • Grealy, L. (2013). Reorienting the Henson debate: child pornography, consent and the masturbating adolescent. Continuum: Journal of Media and Cultural Studies, 27(1), 67-79. [More Information]

2012

  • Grealy, L. (2012). From States of Exception to the Governmentalised State: The Child Sex Offender as Governmental Object. 5th Annual Australian and New Zealand Critical Criminology Conference, Townsville, Queensland: James Cook University.
  • Grealy, L. (2012). Inappropriate Powers under the Housing Amendment (Registrable Persons) Act 2009 (NSW). Current Issues in Criminal Justice, 23(3), 459-467.

2011

  • Grealy, L. (2011). The Child that Cannot Consent: Reorienting the Henson Debate. CSAA Annual Conference/ ReOrientations and Comparative Colonialities, University of South Australia, Adelaide, SA, Australia.

2010

  • Grealy, L. (2010). Managing the Monstrous: Punishing Paedophilic Subjects. ACS Crossroads, Hong Kong: Lingnan University.

2009

  • Grealy, L. (2009). Negotiating New York: Spatial Narratives and American Dreaming. GCS Seminar Series, Sydney.

2008

  • Grealy, L. (2008). Negotiating cultural authenticity in hip-hop: Mimicry, whiteness and Eminem. Continuum: Journal of Media and Cultural Studies, 22(6), 851-865.

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