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Gender Research Network

We bring together researchers across the Curtin campuses working as gender researchers and on gender research related projects as well as those interested in learning about gender research. The GRN will have appropriate representation that includes (as far as is possible): gender diversity; cultural and background diversity; campus, school and discipline mix.

Connecting with the community

The Gender Research Network runs regular events, sharing current gender research being undertaken within Curtin University and externally. We are always looking for gender researchers to collaborate with. If you are interested in running a seminar or event through the GRN, or would like to request a recording of a previous seminar, please contact elizabeth.baca@curtin.edu.au.

Upcoming events

GRN Gender Reading Group

GRN Gender Reading Group

Presented by: TBA

Gender Diversity and the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals: International Evidence

Gender Diversity and the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals: International Evidence

Presented by: TBA

Past events

Parent’s Views on the Gendered Dynamics of Youth Social Media Use, Sexting, and Sexual Images: A Shift Needed from “Risk” to “Recourse”

Parent’s Views on the Gendered Dynamics of Youth Social Media Use, Sexting, and Sexual Images: A Shift Needed from “Risk” to “Recourse”

Presented by Dr Amy Dobson.

The Unfinished Business of Reproductive Justice: Histories and Futures of Abortion in the Age of Decriminalisation

The Unfinished Business of Reproductive Justice: Histories and Futures of Abortion in the Age of Decriminalisation

Presented by Dr Catherine Kevin.

Legacy, Letters, and Lunacy: Dickensian Afterlives Reimagined

Legacy, Letters, and Lunacy: Dickensian Afterlives Reimagined

Presented by Dr Kathryne Ford.

Social Problems and Family Economics: Recalcitrant Poverty and New Household Economics in Context

Social Problems and Family Economics: Recalcitrant Poverty and New Household Economics in Context

Presented by Dr Miriam Bankovsky.

The Curriculum Queering Community of Practice

The Curriculum Queering Community of Practice

Presented by Dr Bri McKenzie.

Señorita, Girl, Woman: Visualising Radicalism and Respectability in Interwar Spain

Señorita, Girl, Woman: Visualising Radicalism and Respectability in Interwar Spain

Presented by: TBA

Open Access, Gender and Diversity

Open Access, Gender and Diversity

Presented by Dr Katie Wilson.

A Conversation on Emotional Silence

A Conversation on Emotional Silence

Presented by: TBA

Career Break Management

Career Break Management

Presented by Prof Helen Hodgson.

Iain McCalman and Andrea Gaynor

Iain McCalman and Andrea Gaynor

Presented by Dr Samantha Owen.

Including trans and gender diverse experiences

Including trans and gender diverse experiences

Presented by Prof Braden Hill, Dr Fiona Navin and Mr Stevie Lane.

Historical scene of a crowd watching a puppet theatre

Gender Through the Ages

Presented by Dr Joanne McEwan.

Mauritius: A Gendered Landscape

Mauritius: A Gendered Landscape

Presented by Dr Myriam Blin.

Capitalising on Board Gender Diversity

Capitalising on Board Gender Diversity

Presented by: TBA

Understanding Gender Diversity

Understanding Gender Diversity

Presented by Mx Misty Farquhar OAM .