SPACE AND PLACE

Current issue

VOL 4, NO 3 (2019)

This special issue is based on the 2018 South Australian Postgraduate and ECR Gender, Sex, and Sexuality Studies conference: Space and Place: Conceptions of movement, belonging, and boundaries. Papers in this issue explore the concepts of space and place and their intersections with gender, sex, and sexualities in relation to the structural, personal, institutional, cultural, symbolic, epistemic, and discursive.

Editorial
Articles
August 19, 2019 in Space and Place

Locus

Locus is a physical, ritual mark-making experience that is both methodical and delicate.
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August 14, 2019 in Space and Place

Encountering, Positioning and Orientating my Queer “Self”

Dylan Rowen explores how we are map-makers of ourselves, how we are cartographers of a fleshy reality.
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August 14, 2019 in Space and Place

A Pesky Case of Grief

Hey Miss, I’m having a pesky case of grief again, can I lie down for 5 to 20 hours until I don’t feel so awful again? Cheers.
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August 14, 2019 in Space and Place

East Terrace/Payneham Road

The two poems explore the significance the intangible, and how it can hold memories, people, and a particular time.
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August 14, 2019 in Space and Place

Queer

Urry and Pearce grasp at language to describe ways of experiencing, doing, and exploring sexuality that challenge and disrupt these homo- and hetero-normativities.
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August 14, 2019 in Space and Place

Xenokin and Queer Morphologies

Barratt/da Rimini/Nilsson materialise the speculative as they “build” and “create” home and family outside of the white, cis-het, patriarchal genetic-social order, using the poetic as a mode of reportage.
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August 14, 2019 in Space and Place

The Re-Producing Womb-Matrix

Harris-Faull explores how the reproductive potential of printmaking could destabilise and diversify historical socio-cultural understandings of women’s womb as a site of contestation.
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July 25, 2019 in Space and Place

Home

David Chapple’s Writing for Social Change workshop in August 2018 used poetry and poetic techniques to support participants in developing the individual voice they can use to speak out about…
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Untitled, 2018, Victoria Paterson

Victoria Paterson graduated from her Bachelor of Psychological Science at Adelaide University in 2014. She is an emerging printmaker working within traditional and non- traditional printmaking techniques. More of her work is available at: http://victoriapaterson.com.au/printmaking/