We have a diverse range of research interests and have a long-standing record in international, socially engaged and interdisciplinary projects and collaborations.
Our research interests and expertise fall under these broad areas:
- Identities, Subjectivities & Lived Experiences including gender and sexuality; trans identities and experiences; race and ethnicity; class; professional identities; ageing.
- Inequalities, Power & Institutions including pedagogy, education, and academic practices and cultures; gender, crime and criminal justice institutions; gender-based violence; gender and employment; gender and the labour process; paid and unpaid work; households, families and kin relationships.
- Cultures, Representations & Politics including feminist activism, social movements and social change; women and political representation; gender, nation and democratisation; reproductive politics and governance.
- International Development & Globalisation including migration and migrant workers; human rights and violence in international context.
Our work is informed by feminist and queer theories, epistemologies & methodologies.
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The Universities of Monash and Warwick have a cross University Alliance, supporting staff and student exchange and innovative international research programs.
A reading group based in the History Department, but open to all researchers whose work engages with questions of gender and feminism, providing an informal space for close reading and in-depth discussion of theoretical texts.