Tag: socially engaged research

  • Staging Australian Women’s Lives

    Staging Australian Women’s Lives

    Staging Australian Women’s Lives: Theatre, Feminism and Socially Engaged Art is an ARC-funded research project that sees the stage is an ideal laboratory for crafting and rehearsing responses to social inequalities. Led by Professor Stacy Holman Jones, Professor Dan Harris, Associate Professor Alyson Campbell, Dr. Misha Myers and myself. The project draws attention to the […]

  • Empowering through Sharing Experiences: Exploring Aged Care Workers Perspectives

    Empowering through Sharing Experiences: Exploring Aged Care Workers Perspectives

    This interdisciplinary pilot study, seed funded by EIPS and RMIT University, features researchers from a raft of disciplines such as Business and Marketing, Global and Urban Social Studies, Public Relations, Psychology, and Media and Communications. We will undertake ethnographic research of aged care workers working throughout the pandemic, finding ways for them to safely speak […]

  • Birds of a Feather: On Queerness, The Coming Back Out Ball

    Birds of a Feather: On Queerness, The Coming Back Out Ball

    Instigated by All The Queens Men (ATQM) and engaging more than three thousand individuals and hundreds of artists, The Coming Back Out Ball was delivered in Melbourne in 2017, 2018, and 2019 to honour the contributions and diversity of older LGBTIQ+ people. Adelaide Rief, Marnie Badham, Tristan Meecham, Bec Reid and Lenine Bourke and myself co-authored the paper ‘Birds […]