[Cite as http://purl.org/au-research/grants/arc/DP170100502]
Researchers A/Prof Robert Reynolds; A/Prof Michelle Arrow; A/Prof Barbara Baird; Dr Leigh Boucher
Brief description This project aims to study the effects and legacies of the feminist and sexual revolutions for citizenship in Australia. Australians have increasingly claimed rights and protections in the intimate languages of sexual and gendered identities. This has reorganised public culture in confounding ways and led to debates about intimate life and identity crowd politics. This project will investigate the relationships between these diverse identities, and provide a critical genealogy of how these claims have opened up and challenged Australian citizenship since 1969. The project hopes to benefit policy makers and stakeholders with a new understanding and framework to navigate this complex landscape.
Funding Amount $285,000
Funding Scheme Discovery Projects