Dr Allen George

A26 - R.C. Mills Building
The University of Sydney


Teaching and supervision

SLSS1001 - Introduction to Socio-Legal Studies

Selected publications

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Book Chapters

  • George, A. (2000). In the Family Way: Hunter Gay Activism and the NIB case. In Jim Wafer & Erica Southgate (Eds.), Out in the Valley: Hunter Lesbian and Gay Histories. Newcastle: Newcastle Region Library.
  • George, A. (1996). The Gay (?) Victim on Trial: Discourses of Sexual Division in the Courtroom. In Gail Mason, Stephen A. Tomsen (Eds.), Homophobic Violence, (pp. 46-57). Australia: Hawkins Press.

Journals

  • Tomsen, S., George, A. (1998). More on 'Gay Killings'. Current Issues in Criminal Justice, 9(3), 332-334.
  • Tomsen, S., George, A. (1997). The Criminal Justice Response to Gay Killings: Research Findings. Current Issues in Criminal Justice, 9(1), 56-70.
  • George, A. (1995). '"Roll a Fag" and Go Free': Competing Discourses of Sexuality and Sexual Identity. Journal of Interdisciplinary Gender Studies, 1(1), 49-56.

Conferences

  • George, A. (2016). 'Consenting adults, in private - the conundrum of a public and private divide for expunging historical homosexual offenses'. Disruption, Temporality, Law: The Future of Law & Society Scholarship, The Law and Society Association of Australia and New Zealand (LSAANZ), Griffith University: Griffith University, Griffith Law School and Southern Cross University, School of Law & Justice.
  • George, A. (2013). 'I am not supportive of gay marriage; completely supportive of civil rights by the way, completely supportive': Discourses to qualify opposition for human rights, gay rights and same sex marriage. Law on the Edge: Joint Conference of the Canadian Law and Society Association and the Law and Society Association of Australia and New Zealand 2013, Vancouver, BC, Canada: Presentation.
  • George, A. (2009). Responding to Anti-Lesbian and Gay Violence: Lessons from Anti-Violence Politics in New South Wales, Australia. The 13th International Symposium on Victimology, Mito, Ibaraki, Japan: Tokiwa University.
  • George, A. (2008). Hate Crimes against Lesbians and Gay Men in New South Wales: Accumulated Knowledge of Victimisation via Five Reports. 25th Annual Conference of the Law and Society Association Australia and New Zealand (LSAANZ 2008), Sydney: University of Sydney Library.
  • George, A. (2007). The Lesbian and Gay �Fearing Victim� of Crime. Public Sociologies: Lessons and Trans Tasman Comparisons, TASA and SAANZ Joint Conference, Auckland, New Zealand: University of Auckland.
  • George, A., Ostenfeld, S. (2002). Same Sex Partner Benefits in Health Care in Australia: The NIB Case, Thinking Globally and Acting Locally. Out from the Centre: Queer Studies Conference, University of Newcastle: University of Newcastle.
  • George, A. (2002). The Creation of Gay Victims of Crime in Media Texts. Australian Homosexual Histories Conference 5, Newcastle Town Hall: Australian Lesbian and Gay Archives.
  • George, A. (1999). Hate Crime: Statistical Sensibility of Political Folly. Hate Crime: A Conference, University of Sydney: Institute of Criminology & The Department of Gender Studies.
  • George, A. (1995). '"Roll a Fag" and Go Free': Competing Discourses of Sexuality and Sexual Identity. Interdisciplinary Gender Studies Conference, University of Newcastle: University of Newcastle.
  • George, A. (1995). Blaming the Victim: Discourses of Sexuality, Masculinity and Heterosexism. First National Conference on Violence Against Gays and Lesbians: Incidence Education Prevention and Control, University of Sydney: Australian Institute of Criminology.

2016

  • George, A. (2016). 'Consenting adults, in private - the conundrum of a public and private divide for expunging historical homosexual offenses'. Disruption, Temporality, Law: The Future of Law & Society Scholarship, The Law and Society Association of Australia and New Zealand (LSAANZ), Griffith University: Griffith University, Griffith Law School and Southern Cross University, School of Law & Justice.

2013

  • George, A. (2013). 'I am not supportive of gay marriage; completely supportive of civil rights by the way, completely supportive': Discourses to qualify opposition for human rights, gay rights and same sex marriage. Law on the Edge: Joint Conference of the Canadian Law and Society Association and the Law and Society Association of Australia and New Zealand 2013, Vancouver, BC, Canada: Presentation.

2009

  • George, A. (2009). Responding to Anti-Lesbian and Gay Violence: Lessons from Anti-Violence Politics in New South Wales, Australia. The 13th International Symposium on Victimology, Mito, Ibaraki, Japan: Tokiwa University.

2008

  • George, A. (2008). Hate Crimes against Lesbians and Gay Men in New South Wales: Accumulated Knowledge of Victimisation via Five Reports. 25th Annual Conference of the Law and Society Association Australia and New Zealand (LSAANZ 2008), Sydney: University of Sydney Library.

2007

  • George, A. (2007). The Lesbian and Gay �Fearing Victim� of Crime. Public Sociologies: Lessons and Trans Tasman Comparisons, TASA and SAANZ Joint Conference, Auckland, New Zealand: University of Auckland.

2002

  • George, A., Ostenfeld, S. (2002). Same Sex Partner Benefits in Health Care in Australia: The NIB Case, Thinking Globally and Acting Locally. Out from the Centre: Queer Studies Conference, University of Newcastle: University of Newcastle.
  • George, A. (2002). The Creation of Gay Victims of Crime in Media Texts. Australian Homosexual Histories Conference 5, Newcastle Town Hall: Australian Lesbian and Gay Archives.

2000

  • George, A. (2000). In the Family Way: Hunter Gay Activism and the NIB case. In Jim Wafer & Erica Southgate (Eds.), Out in the Valley: Hunter Lesbian and Gay Histories. Newcastle: Newcastle Region Library.

1999

  • George, A. (1999). Hate Crime: Statistical Sensibility of Political Folly. Hate Crime: A Conference, University of Sydney: Institute of Criminology & The Department of Gender Studies.

1998

  • Tomsen, S., George, A. (1998). More on 'Gay Killings'. Current Issues in Criminal Justice, 9(3), 332-334.

1997

  • Tomsen, S., George, A. (1997). The Criminal Justice Response to Gay Killings: Research Findings. Current Issues in Criminal Justice, 9(1), 56-70.

1996

  • George, A. (1996). The Gay (?) Victim on Trial: Discourses of Sexual Division in the Courtroom. In Gail Mason, Stephen A. Tomsen (Eds.), Homophobic Violence, (pp. 46-57). Australia: Hawkins Press.

1995

  • George, A. (1995). '"Roll a Fag" and Go Free': Competing Discourses of Sexuality and Sexual Identity. Interdisciplinary Gender Studies Conference, University of Newcastle: University of Newcastle.
  • George, A. (1995). '"Roll a Fag" and Go Free': Competing Discourses of Sexuality and Sexual Identity. Journal of Interdisciplinary Gender Studies, 1(1), 49-56.
  • George, A. (1995). Blaming the Victim: Discourses of Sexuality, Masculinity and Heterosexism. First National Conference on Violence Against Gays and Lesbians: Incidence Education Prevention and Control, University of Sydney: Australian Institute of Criminology.

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