DGSS Research Network Seminar - Pride Week

Join the DGSS Research Network for their August Speaker Series Seminar, with a presentation from Dr Lisa Hunter (Monash University).

The DGSS Research Network welcome you to their August seminar with Dr Lisa Hunter, who will be speaking about their research in: Surfing queer lines in public spaces: unlearning cishet-normativity as radical pedagogy.

Co-founded by Dr Emily Gray in 2020. the DGSS Research Network provides RMIT staff who identify as, or research within the diverse genders, sexes and sexualities (DGSS) space a safe place to go, discuss work and meet other DGSS staff. This network is also open to researchers and members of the community outside of RMIT, and welcomes over 120 members from across universities throughout Australia.

A Microsoft Teams link will be sent to those who have registered prior to the event.

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