Dr Jacinthe Flore is a Research Officer in the School of Global, Urban and Social Studies.
Jacinthe is an early career researcher on the 'Mental Health and Supported Decision-Making' Australian Research Council (ARC) Linkage Project and the 'Early Menopause: Experiences and Perspectives of Women and Health Professionals', a National Health and Medical Research Council (NHMRC) Partnership Project.
She has published internationally on a diverse range of topics, including pharmaceuticals and subjectivity, histories of psychiatric concepts, and more broadly on the history of medical discourses of sexuality.
Jacinthe is currently revising a book manuscript titled Appetites: A genealogy of sexuality in Western psychiatry, c.1800–present (Palgrave Macmillan, 2019).
- PhD (Arts) – La Trobe University
- M Cultural Studies – The University of Sydney
- BArts(Hons) – The University of Mauritius
- Flore, J. (2019). Intimate tablets: digital advocacy and post-feminist pharmaceuticals In: Feminist Media Studies, , 1 - 16
- Flore, M.,Kokanovic, R.,Gallard, F.,Broom, A.,Duff, C. (2019). Unravelling subjectivity, embodied experience and (taking) psychotropic medication In: Social Science and Medicine, 230, 66 - 73
- Kokanovic, R.,Brophy, L.,McSherry, B.,Flore, J.,Moeller-Saxone, K.,Herrman, H. (2018). Supported decision-making from the perspectives of mental health service users, family members supporting them and mental health practitioners In: Australian & New Zealand Journal of Psychiatry, 52, 826 - 833
- Flore, J. (2017). Pharmaceutical intimacy: Managing female sexuality through Addyi In: Sexualities, 21, 569 - 586
- Kokanovic, R.,Flore, J. (2017). Subjectivity and illness narratives In: Subjectivity, 10, 329 - 339
- Flore, J. (2016). The problem of sexual imbalance and techniques of the self in the Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders In: History of Psychiatry, 27, 320 - 335
- Flore, J. (2014). Mismeasures of asexual desires In: Asexualities, Routledge, Abingdon, United Kingdom
- Flore, J. (2013). HSDD and asexuality: A question of instruments In: Psychology and Sexuality, 4, 152 - 166