If you’re interested in reading any of the papers below, drop me a line.
2011, “Mobilizing Postfeminism: Young Australian women discuss Sex and the City and Desperate Housewives”, Continuum: Journal of Media and Cultural Studies, Vol. 25, No. 1, 111-124.
2011, with D. Stevenson and C. Everingham, “Choices and Life Chances: Feminism and the Politics of Generational Change”, Social Politics, Vol. 18, Iss.1, 125-145.
2009, “No More Waves: Reconceptualising Generation and Postfeminism”, TASA Conference Proceedings, The Future of Sociology, Australian National University.
2008, “Feminism and the Generational Divide: An exploration of some of the debates”, Journal of Interdisciplinary Gender Studies, 10: 46-55.
2010, “Why do we keep banging on about generation?”, National Times, Sydney Morning Herald + The Age online, Feb 17 2010, http://www.smh.com.au/opinion/politics/why-do-we-keep-banging-on-about-generation-20100217-ocho.html.
2009, “Grin and Bare It”, Trunk Volume One: Hair, Boccalatte Pty Ltd, Sydney, Australia.
2010, “‘I googled for feminism’: creating a postfeminist methodology for cultural research”, CSAA Conference, Byron Bay NSW.
2010, “‘Mum 2.0′: Gender and generation in the new media landscape”, AWGSA Conference, Adelaide SA.
2009, “No More Waves: Reconceptualising Generation and Postfeminism”, TASA Conference, The Future of Sociology, Australian National University, ACT.
2009, “A Postfeminist Generation: Young women discuss Sex and the City and Desperate Housewives”, FWSA Conference, Edge Hill University, Liverpool UK.
2008, “Postfeminism and Popular Television: Young women, Sex and the City and Desperate Housewives”, CSAA Conference, Kalgoorlie WA.
2008, “An Unequal Equality: Feminism, Postfeminism and Young Women”, TASA Conference, University of Melbourne VIC.
2005, “From Bewitched to Buffy: Super Women and the Changing Face of Feminism”, TASA Conference, University of Tasmania TAS.
2004, “Feminism and the Generational Divide”, TASA Conference, La Trobe University, Beechworth VIC.