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Mary Lou Rasmussen
Professor Rasmussen focuses on building transdisciplinary understandings of sexuality education across diverse lifeworlds, taking account of issues related to sexual citizenship, cultural and religious difference and technologies of sexuality, education and health. Prof Rasmussen has authored numerous books including Becoming Subjects: Sexualities and Secondary Schooling (Routledge, 2006), and,...Read more
Dr Andrea Waling is a Research Fellow in the Australian Research Centre in Sex, Health and Society the Australian at La Trobe University. She is an expert in qualitative research methods and empirically driven research. Her research interests include theoretical and empirical examinations of men and masculinity, investigations of sex and gender in the media, LGBTI issues including health and...Read more
Dr Tiffany Jones (BCA, BEd-Hons1, PhD) is a Scholar of the Sociology of Education and Education Policy at Macquarie University's Department of Educational Studies, and an adjunct Associate Professor at La Trobe University. Her work has been funded by UNESCO, the ARC, beyondblue, Origin and other bodies. A published author of multiple books, her works include Understand Education Policy...Read more
Michelle Smith is a Senior Lecturer in Literary Studies at Monash University where she teaches fairy tale and children's literature. One of her primary research areas is Victorian girls’ literature and culture and she is currently completing a study of female beauty entitled “Beautiful Girls: Consumer Culture in British Literature and Magazines, 1850–1914”. Michelle is the author of From...Read more
I am Emeritus Professor of Cultural Research in the Institute for Culture and Society at Western Sydney University, Australia, Honorary Professor in the Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences, University of Bath, UK and Research Associate in the Centre for International Studies and Diplomacy, SOAS University of London, UK. I was Director of the Institute’s earlier incarnation, the Centre for...Read more
I was trained in Asian Studies, with my early field research in Peninsular Malaysia. Over the past four decades, I have worked as a medical anthropologist and social historian of medicine on questions of public health among diverse populations in Australia, east and southeast Asia, and increasingly in Africa. My fields of research include questions of gender, sexuality and reproductive health;...Read more
Meagan Tyler is a Senior lecturer at RMIT University, Australia. Her research interests are based mainly around feminist theory and gender inequality in a range of context. Her work in these areas has been widely published, including in Rural Studies, Women’s Studies International Forum, Violence Against Women, and Women and Therapy as well as several edited collections including 'Everyday...Read more
Marguerite Johnson is Professor of Classics at The University of Newcastle. Her research expertise is predominantly in the area of ancient Mediterranean cultural studies, particularly in representations of gender, sexualities and the body. These interests also intersect with her work in contemporary debates surrounding feminism, LGBTIQ histories, and related issues. She also works in Classical...Read more
After growing up in Tasmania, Australia, Sharyn Graham Davies lived in Girard, Ohio for a year as a Rotary Exchange student. She then completed a BA with first class honours at the University of Tasmania before doing her PhD at the University of Western Australia, with stints at the Australian National University and Leiden University in the Netherlands. Since first traveling there in 1994,...Read more
After completing his PhD, Damien Riggs undertook a three-year ARC-funded postdoctoral fellowship before taking up a position in the School of Social and Policy Studies at Flinders University. He is currently an Australian Research Council Future Fellow, and an Associate Professor in social work. Area of Research: Gender and sexuality studies, critical kinship studies, mental health.