Associate Professor Ivan Crozier

BA (Hons) UOW PhD UNSW
ARC Future Fellow

A18 - Brennan MacCallum Building
The University of Sydney

Telephone +61 2 9351 2999
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Biographical details

Ivan Crozier holds a Australian Research Council Future Fellowship (2012-2016). He returned to Sydney from the Science Studies Unit of the Science, Technology, Innovation and Development subject group at the University of Edinburgh, UK, where was a Senior Lecturer (2003-2013). Previously he was a Post-Doctoral Research Fellow, Wellcome Trust Centre for the History of Medicine at University College, London (2000-2003), before which he was a Lecturer in the Unit for the History and Philosophy of Science, University of Sydney (1999-2000). He has also been Visiting Senior Research Fellow, Tembusu College/Asia Research Institute, National University of Singapore (2012); Visiting Professor, Department of Psychiatry, Universidad de Antioquia, Medellin, Colombia (2009); Parsons Visiting Fellow, University of Sydney Law School (2009); Visiting Fellow, Centre for the History of European Discourses, University of Queensland (2009); Gästforskare [visiting researcher], Department of Historical Studies, Umeå University, Sweden (2006); Visiting Researcher, Royal Society of Edinburgh/Polish Academy of Sciences Academic Exchange Programme (2005); Visiting Research Fellow, Harry Ransom Humanities Research Unit, University of Texas, Austin (2002); and Visiting Research Fellow, Medical Humanities Institute, University of Texas Medical Branch, Galveston (2001). He is currently a Member of the Editorial Board Journal of the History of Medicine and Allied Sciences (2007 – present), and has previously been a Member of Editorial Board and Reviews Editor (Human Sciences) Metascience (2004 – 2010) and a Member, International Scientific Committee of the Int. Academy of Law and Mental Health (2004-2007).

Research interests

  • History of psychiatry
  • History of the body
  • History of sexuality

Current projects

  • Culture and psychiatry
  • Criminal responsibility and psychiatry
  • The sexological construction of sexuality
  • The sexual body in the twentieth century

Selected grants

2012

  • Culture-Bound Syndromes, Koro, and the Emergence of 'Cosmopolitan' Psychiatry; Crozier I; Australian Research Council (ARC)/Future Fellowships (FT).

Selected publications

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Edited Books

  • Becalossi, C., Crozier, I. (2012). A Cultural History of Sexuality in the Age of Empire. Oxford: Berg Publishers.
  • Crozier, I. (2010). A cultural history of the human body in the modern age. Oxford: Berg Publishers.
  • Crozier, I., Forth, C. (2010). Body Parts: Critical Explorations in Corporeality. Lanham, MD (USA): Lexington Books.
  • Crozier, I. (2008). Sexual Inversion Havelock Ellis and John Addington Symonds: A Critical Edition. UK: Palgrave Macmillan.

Book Chapters

  • Crozier, I. (2012). (De-)Constructing Sexual Kinds: Body and mind/sexuality and identity, 1750 -present. In Sarah Toulalan, Kate Fisher (Eds.), The Routledge History of Sex and the Body, 1500 to the Present, (pp. 142-160). United Kingdom: Routledge (Taylor and Francis).
  • Crozier, I. (2012). Introduction: Bodies in History-The Task of the Historian. In Ivan Crozier (Eds.), A cultural history of the human body in the modern age. Oxford: Berg Publishers.
  • Beccalossi, C., Crozier, I. (2012). Introduction: The Cultural History of Sexuality in the Nineteenth Century. In Chiara Beccalossi and Ivan Crozier (Eds.), A Cultural History of Sexuality in the Age of Empire, (pp. 1-15). Oxford: Berg Publishers.
  • Crozier, I. (2012). Performing the Western Sexual Body after 1920. In Ivan Crozier (Eds.), A cultural history of the human body in the modern age. Oxford: Berg Publishers.
  • Crozier, I. (2006). A Companion to Nineteenth-Century Europe: 1789-1914. In Stefan Berger (Eds.), A Companion to Nineteenth-Century Europe: 1789-1914, (pp. 382-398). Wiley-Blackwell Publishing.
  • Crozier, I. (2005). All the Appearances Were Perfectly Natural: The Anus of the Sodomite in Nineteenth-Century Medical Discourse. In Christopher E. Forth; Ivan Crozier (Eds.), Body Parts: Critical Explorations in Corporeality. Lanham, MD (USA): Lexington Books.
  • Forth, C., Crozier, I. (2005). Introduction: Parts, Wholes, and People Part 2. In Christopher E. Forth; Ivan Crozier (Eds.), Body Parts: Critical Explorations in Corporeality. Lanham, MD (USA): Lexington Books.
  • Crozier, I. (2005). Striking at Sodom and Gomorrah: The Medicalization of Male Homosexuality and Its Relation to the Law. In Judith Rowbotham and Kim Stevenson (Eds.), Criminal Conversations, (pp. 126-139). United States: Ohio State University Press.

Journals

  • Crozier, I., Rees, G. (2012). Making a Space for Medical Expertise: Medical Knowledge of Sexual Assault and the Construction of Boundaries between Forensic Medicine and the Law in Late Nineteenth-century England. Law, Culture and the Humanities, 8(2), 285-304. [More Information]
  • Crozier, I. (2012). Making Up Koro: Multiplicity, Psychiatry, Culture, and Penis-Shrinking Anxieties. Journal of the History of Medicine and Allied Sciences, 67(1), 36-70. [More Information]
  • Crozier, I. (2008). Havelock Ellis, eugenicist. Studies in History and Philosophy of Biological and Biomedical Sciences, 39, 187-194. [More Information]
  • Crozier, I. (2008). Nineteenth-Century British Psychiatric Writing about Homosexuality before Havelock Ellis: The Missing Story. Journal of the History of Medicine and Allied Sciences, 63(1), 65-102. [More Information]
  • Crozier, I. (2008). Pillow talk: credibility, trust and the sexological case history. History of Science, 46(4), 375-404.
  • Crozier, I. (2004). Philosophy in the English Boudoir: Contextualising Havelock Ellis’ discourses about sexuality, with particular reference to his writing on algolagnia. Journal of the History of Sexuality, 13(3), 275-305.
  • Crozier, I. (2003). All the World's a Stage": Dora Russell, Norman Haire, and the 1929 London World League for Sexual Reform Congress. Journal of the History of Sexuality, 12(1), 16-37.
  • Crozier, I. (2003). La sexologie et Ia definition du 'normal' entre 1860 et 1900. Cahiers du Genre, 34(1), 17-37. [More Information]
  • Crozier, I. (2002). James Kiernan and the responsible pervert. International Journal of Law and Psychiatry, 25(4), 331-350. [More Information]
  • Crozier, I. (2001). "Rough Winds Do Shake the Darling Buds of May": A Note on William Acton and the Sexuality of the (Male) Child. Journal of Family History: Studies in family, kinship and demography, 26(3), 411-420.
  • Crozier, I. (2001). Becoming a sexologist: Norman Haire, the 1929 London World League for Sexual Reform Congress, and organizing medical knowledge about sex in Interwar England. History of Science, 39(3), 299-329.
  • Crozier, I. (2001). The Medical Construction of Homosexuality and its Relation to the Law in Nineteenth-Century England. Medical History, 45(1), 61-82.
  • Crozier, I. (2000). Havelock Ellis, Eonism and the patient's discourse; or, writing a book about sex. History of Psychiatry, 11(42), 125-154. [More Information]
  • Crozier, I. (2000). Social Construction in a Cold Climate: A Response to David Harley, 'Rhetoric and the Social Construction of Sickness and Healing' and to Paolo Palladino's Comment on Harley. Social History of Medicine, 13(3), 535-546. [More Information]
  • Crozier, I. (2000). Taking Prisoners: Havelock Ellis, Sigmund Freud, and the Construction of Homosexuality, 1897—1951. Social History of Medicine, 13(3), 447-466.
  • Crozier, I. (2000). William Acton and the history of sexuality: the medical and professional context. Journal of Victorian Culture, 5(1), 1-27. [More Information]
  • Crozier, I. (1997). The History of Anatomy: A Critical Assessment of the Role of University of Padua. ConVivio: journal of ideas in Italian studies, 3, 52-58.

2012

  • Crozier, I. (2012). (De-)Constructing Sexual Kinds: Body and mind/sexuality and identity, 1750 -present. In Sarah Toulalan, Kate Fisher (Eds.), The Routledge History of Sex and the Body, 1500 to the Present, (pp. 142-160). United Kingdom: Routledge (Taylor and Francis).
  • Becalossi, C., Crozier, I. (2012). A Cultural History of Sexuality in the Age of Empire. Oxford: Berg Publishers.
  • Crozier, I. (2012). Introduction: Bodies in History-The Task of the Historian. In Ivan Crozier (Eds.), A cultural history of the human body in the modern age. Oxford: Berg Publishers.
  • Beccalossi, C., Crozier, I. (2012). Introduction: The Cultural History of Sexuality in the Nineteenth Century. In Chiara Beccalossi and Ivan Crozier (Eds.), A Cultural History of Sexuality in the Age of Empire, (pp. 1-15). Oxford: Berg Publishers.
  • Crozier, I., Rees, G. (2012). Making a Space for Medical Expertise: Medical Knowledge of Sexual Assault and the Construction of Boundaries between Forensic Medicine and the Law in Late Nineteenth-century England. Law, Culture and the Humanities, 8(2), 285-304. [More Information]
  • Crozier, I. (2012). Making Up Koro: Multiplicity, Psychiatry, Culture, and Penis-Shrinking Anxieties. Journal of the History of Medicine and Allied Sciences, 67(1), 36-70. [More Information]
  • Crozier, I. (2012). Performing the Western Sexual Body after 1920. In Ivan Crozier (Eds.), A cultural history of the human body in the modern age. Oxford: Berg Publishers.

2010

  • Crozier, I. (2010). A cultural history of the human body in the modern age. Oxford: Berg Publishers.
  • Crozier, I., Forth, C. (2010). Body Parts: Critical Explorations in Corporeality. Lanham, MD (USA): Lexington Books.

2008

  • Crozier, I. (2008). Havelock Ellis, eugenicist. Studies in History and Philosophy of Biological and Biomedical Sciences, 39, 187-194. [More Information]
  • Crozier, I. (2008). Nineteenth-Century British Psychiatric Writing about Homosexuality before Havelock Ellis: The Missing Story. Journal of the History of Medicine and Allied Sciences, 63(1), 65-102. [More Information]
  • Crozier, I. (2008). Pillow talk: credibility, trust and the sexological case history. History of Science, 46(4), 375-404.
  • Crozier, I. (2008). Sexual Inversion Havelock Ellis and John Addington Symonds: A Critical Edition. UK: Palgrave Macmillan.

2006

  • Crozier, I. (2006). A Companion to Nineteenth-Century Europe: 1789-1914. In Stefan Berger (Eds.), A Companion to Nineteenth-Century Europe: 1789-1914, (pp. 382-398). Wiley-Blackwell Publishing.

2005

  • Crozier, I. (2005). All the Appearances Were Perfectly Natural: The Anus of the Sodomite in Nineteenth-Century Medical Discourse. In Christopher E. Forth; Ivan Crozier (Eds.), Body Parts: Critical Explorations in Corporeality. Lanham, MD (USA): Lexington Books.
  • Forth, C., Crozier, I. (2005). Introduction: Parts, Wholes, and People Part 2. In Christopher E. Forth; Ivan Crozier (Eds.), Body Parts: Critical Explorations in Corporeality. Lanham, MD (USA): Lexington Books.
  • Crozier, I. (2005). Striking at Sodom and Gomorrah: The Medicalization of Male Homosexuality and Its Relation to the Law. In Judith Rowbotham and Kim Stevenson (Eds.), Criminal Conversations, (pp. 126-139). United States: Ohio State University Press.

2004

  • Crozier, I. (2004). Philosophy in the English Boudoir: Contextualising Havelock Ellis’ discourses about sexuality, with particular reference to his writing on algolagnia. Journal of the History of Sexuality, 13(3), 275-305.

2003

  • Crozier, I. (2003). All the World's a Stage": Dora Russell, Norman Haire, and the 1929 London World League for Sexual Reform Congress. Journal of the History of Sexuality, 12(1), 16-37.
  • Crozier, I. (2003). La sexologie et Ia definition du 'normal' entre 1860 et 1900. Cahiers du Genre, 34(1), 17-37. [More Information]

2002

  • Crozier, I. (2002). James Kiernan and the responsible pervert. International Journal of Law and Psychiatry, 25(4), 331-350. [More Information]

2001

  • Crozier, I. (2001). "Rough Winds Do Shake the Darling Buds of May": A Note on William Acton and the Sexuality of the (Male) Child. Journal of Family History: Studies in family, kinship and demography, 26(3), 411-420.
  • Crozier, I. (2001). Becoming a sexologist: Norman Haire, the 1929 London World League for Sexual Reform Congress, and organizing medical knowledge about sex in Interwar England. History of Science, 39(3), 299-329.
  • Crozier, I. (2001). The Medical Construction of Homosexuality and its Relation to the Law in Nineteenth-Century England. Medical History, 45(1), 61-82.

2000

  • Crozier, I. (2000). Havelock Ellis, Eonism and the patient's discourse; or, writing a book about sex. History of Psychiatry, 11(42), 125-154. [More Information]
  • Crozier, I. (2000). Social Construction in a Cold Climate: A Response to David Harley, 'Rhetoric and the Social Construction of Sickness and Healing' and to Paolo Palladino's Comment on Harley. Social History of Medicine, 13(3), 535-546. [More Information]
  • Crozier, I. (2000). Taking Prisoners: Havelock Ellis, Sigmund Freud, and the Construction of Homosexuality, 1897—1951. Social History of Medicine, 13(3), 447-466.
  • Crozier, I. (2000). William Acton and the history of sexuality: the medical and professional context. Journal of Victorian Culture, 5(1), 1-27. [More Information]

1997

  • Crozier, I. (1997). The History of Anatomy: A Critical Assessment of the Role of University of Padua. ConVivio: journal of ideas in Italian studies, 3, 52-58.

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