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Queer Thinking preparations

Plans are well underway for this year’s Queer Thinking events. As was the case last year, the Sexuality and Space Group at Sydney is teaming up with New Mardi Gras to bring a special guest speaker for the weekend. This year it is the brilliant Professor Sara Ahmed. Sara is a regular visitor to the […]

Surveillance and Everyday Life

Sydney University’s Surveillance and Everyday Life project is running a two day conference next month, and the program (pdf) has just been announced. Looks like I’m speaking on day two. The paper is something I’m working on for a collection on ‘identity technologies’ edited by Anna Poletti and Julie Rak. This is one of a […]

A special moment

Thanks to everyone who came out to welcome Lauren Berlant on her visit to Sydney last weekend. It was an incredible paper, and we are all in the department basking in the afterglow of a fantastically inspiring visit. I also wanted to say sorry to those who couldn’t make it in to Saturday’s lecture – […]

Lauren Berlant visit

Holidays are over! Time to start getting ready for another big year… Next month the Sexuality & Space group will be sponsoring a couple of sessions at the Queer Thinking event at the Seymour Centre, including: Lauren Berlant, “Structures of Unfeeling: Mysterious Skin” Downstairs Theatre, Seymour Centre, Sydney February 19, 4pm “Structures of Unfeeling: Mysterious […]

Sexuality and space

Over the past few months Kane Race and I have started a working group in our department called “Sexuality and Space”. The idea is to develop an archive and a network of resources, ideas and events about the politics of urban space in Sydney, particularly as this relates to gender and sexuality. The group builds […]

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