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In Australia's leading program for gender studies and cultural studies, we explore how these two broad areas help us to understand contemporary lives, including what it means to live in the time of the internet, of the Anthropocene, of modernity, and the relations between gender and contemporary social institutions and experiences.
Our department is home to highly regarded national and international scholars, including members of leading academic communities such as the Academy of the Humanities and the Academy of the Social Sciences.
Cultural Studies is concerned with how we understand ourselves, others and our place in the world. Learn about the forms and meanings of everyday life, focusing on questions of identity, meaning, representation, policy formations and power.
Diversity Studies offers you an applied understanding of cultural diversity in its many forms. Learn about the experiences of various groups of people, including Indigenous peoples, migrants, people of colour, women, and those of non-normative sexualities or identities.
Gender Studies allows you to explore how sex and gender are understood and lived. It provides an important framework for considering wide-ranging social issues, including marriage equality, new forms of intimacy, gendered forms of labour, violence, race and representational practices.
The department’s varied research interests include:
Dr Fiona Allon
Associate Professor Ruth Barcan
Professor Catherine Driscoll
Dr Liam Grealy
Dr Jessica Kean
Associate Professor Tess Lea
Professor Meaghan Morris
Dr Jane Park
Professor Elspeth Probyn
Professor Kane Race
Associate Professor Guy Redden
Dr Shawna Tang
Associate Professor Thom Van Dooren
Associate Professor Lee Wallace
The Department of Gender and Cultural Studies - part of the School of Philosophical and Historical Inquiry (SOPHI) has created a number of video resources for HSC teachers and their students. Find out more at SOPHI talks HSC.
In the interests of public health and to ensure the safety and wellbeing of students and staff during the current COVID-19 health alert, we will not be running a Cultural Studies PIP Workshop day in 2020.
If you would like more information or to enquire regarding future workshops, please feel free to contact us.
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The Department of Gender and Cultural Studies at the University of Sydney is launching a series of online discussions in place of our usual seminar series.
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