Upcoming Events
Workshop: Increasing your academic visibility
Who:Professor Deborah Lupton, Centre for Social Research in Health & Social Policy Research Centre, UNSW Sydney
Venue:CLB4, Central Lecture Block, UNSW Sydney
When:7 May 2019, 2pm - 3pm

In this practical workshop, SHARP Professor Deborah Lupton will outline key strategies for getting your research known among diverse publics, including beyond the academy.

UNSW Grand Challenges: Shaping our digital future
Who:Professor Deborah Lupton, CSRH; Sarah Pink, Emerging Technologies Research Lab; Amanda Third, Intergener8 Living Lab
Venue:Room M10, Chemical Sciences Building (map reference F10), UNSW Sydney, NSW 2052
When:13 May 2019, 5pm - 6:30pm

How can people contribute to shaping our digital future? As our lives become increasingly digital, what is the road ahead for self-driving vehicles, digital health and how our personal data is used?

Creating culturally grounded prevention programs with and for urban American Indian families
Who:Professor Stephen Kulis, Sanford School of Social and Family Dynamics, Arizona State University
Venue:Room 221/223, Level 2, John Goodsell Building, UNSW Kensington Campus
When:15 May 2019, 3pm - 4pm

A large and growing majority of the American Indian population in the United States live in cities rather than on tribal lands, but urban American Indians are severely under-served by culturally informed prevention programs.

Housing, Health, Hardware: rethinking policy through infrastructural inequalities
Who:Tess Lea, Anthropology of policy, University of Sydney
Venue:Room 221/223, Level 2, John Goodsell Building, UNSW Kensington Campus
When:19 Jun 2019, 3pm - 4pm

This paper pulls on work relating to health, housing and climate change, as these map to infrastructural inequalities in regional and remote Australia.

‘The blokes get all the recreational sex, and we have to have meaningful sex’: Historicizing lesbian sexual health activism in Australia 1980s-1990s
Who:Dr Sophie Robinson, Sexual Citizenship
Venue:Room 221/223, Level 2, John Goodsell Building, UNSW Kensington Campus
When:14 Aug 2019, 3pm - 4pm

In this talk I draw upon a selection of over thirty oral histories I collected as part of my PhD thesis on the development of lesbian feminist activism in Australia between the 1970s and the late 1990s to highlight the emergence of dynamic and varied sexual health activism and resources by and for lesbians and queer women.