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December 2006

Every year Cultural Studies at USyd is represented at the Cultural Studies Association of Australia Annual Conference by staff, postgrad and sometimes Honours researchers. This year it's being held in Canberra with the theme "UnAustralia". It's always fun and interesting, and always allows us a new way to get to know each other's research.

Our speakers this time around are as follows, for anyone interested in coming along or just knowing what we're doing:

  • Kath Albury, Curious Wives: Same-sex Attracted Women in Non-Gay-and-Lesbian Sex Cultures
  • Amy Bauder, Un-Australian Sex
  • Pru Black, The Detail: The Materiality of Time
  • Kate Crawford, Hard times at Krispy Kreme: The Mythology of the Generational Worker
  • Catherine Driscoll, The Subject of Consent
  • Michael Moller, Disciples of Discipline
  • Emilie Severino, The Literary Ordeal: Feminism, Fiction, and the Philosophy of ‘Syncope’
  • Will Tregoning, Business Management gets Utopic
  • And another participant on this blog is there too - Melissa Hardie (from English), Picnic at Hanging Rock: Folding Terror into the National Imaginary

If you want to read the abstracts for any of these papers, or find out where and when they're on, you can search for them here.


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