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Very excited that my new book with Professor Elizabeth Peel – Critical Kinship Studies: An Introduction to the Field – is available for pre-order from Palgrave Macmillan. Below is a summary of the book. This book draws together research on … Continue reading
I am pleased to be giving a seminar on the privileging of genetic relatedness in the context of kinship, in conjunction with the Centre for Child and Family Research. Please do come along if you can 🙂
Organised by Dr Naomi Moller, Dr Victoria Clarke, Dr Nikki Hayfield and Dr Fiona Tasker, this seminar series funded by the British Psychological Society explores the psychological implications of new family forms. I will be giving a keynote at the … Continue reading
Very excited to have publication details for a book that I became involved with late last year, written largely by the wonderful Samantha Hardy and Olivia Rundle. Focused on sex, gender, and sexuality diversity and the law, the book makes … Continue reading
Very pleased to have been invited to give a seminar at JCU Cairns campus next month. Please do come along if you are in the area.
A great opportunity to think about what it means to achieve permanency and stability in the context of child protection, and the need for more adequate resourcing so as to reduce removal rates and improve outcomes for children who are removed. … Continue reading
Very exciting to see my new book available on the Karnac website 🙂 It is also available as a kindle book, on google books, and via all good academic book sellers. There is also a blog post here that i … Continue reading
Last week I spoke to the team at Pride and Prejudice, an LGBTIQ-focused radio programme that airs on Radio Adelaide, about a local nightclub that has opted for a name change that many have called transphobic and a form of cultural … Continue reading
A great story that appeared today in InDaily about our new study on first time parents. We have had a great response to the call for participants but we would love to hear from anyone else keen to participate. More … Continue reading
New piece for ABCs The Drum on the Golden Globe wins for Transparent and what our research on the parenting experiences of trans Australians has to say about the show.