Submissions for the next e-list need to be submitted to by: Wednesday 8 August 2018


Waling, A. (2018) Rethinking masculinity studies: Feminism, masculinity, and poststructural accounts of agency and emotional reflexivity. Journal of Men's Studies.

Maher, J, Charles, N. & Wolkowitz, C. (2018) Working mothers, injury and embodied care work Gender, work & organisation 


Book Chapters

Roffee, J., & Waling, A. (2018). Sexuality on the inside: Lesbian, gay and bisexual inmates. In Wesley Church & D. Singer (Eds.) Serving the Stigmatized: Working within the Incarcerated Environment (pp 182-216). Oxford University Press.

Dowsett, G.W., Duncan, D., Waling, A., du Plooy, D., & Prestage, G. (2018). ‘The social dimension of prostate cancer in gay men’s sexuality.’ In Jane Ussher., Janette Perz & Simon Rosser (Eds.) Gay and Bisexual Men Living with Prostate Cancer: From Diagnosis to Recovery (pp 100-115). New York, NY: Harrington Park Press.

Fitz-Gibbon, K & Maher, J. (2018) Explainer: what is parricide and how common is it in Australia? The Conversation 


Benjamin Hegarty, Historical Perspectives on Queer Visibility and National Belonging in Indonesia Deakin Downtown 4pm, 3 August. 


Gender, Work & Organisation Diversity and inclusion at work: Time to talk (again) about class. Closing 31st January 2019

Feminist Review welcomes submissions to its annual Currents Issue. Closing 15 September 2018

Special Issue: SIGNS Public Feminisms Closing September 15, 2018.

Australian Feminist Law Journal Guest Edit Special Issue Volume 46.1, June 2020 Closing: November 30, 2018

Feminist Theory journal: Lesbian Politics, Feminist Theory Closing 14th September 2018.  Pieces should be sent to and initially.  
Lecturer in Cultural Studies University of Melbourne Applications close: 7 August 2018

PhD opportunity at Griffith University on women and the rise of combat sport, Closing 15 Aug.

Lecturer/Senior Lecturer/Reader/Professor in Media, Sociology, Social Work, Cultural Studies
Lancaster University Applications close: 30 Sept 2018

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