Associate Professor Andrew Gorman-Murray

Associate Professor Andrew Gorman-Murray

Associate Professor In Social Science,
Geography and Urban Studies (SSAP)

Biography

Andrew Gorman-Murray is an Associate Professor in Social Sciences (Geography and Urban Studies) and Leader of the Urban Research Program. He is a social, cultural and political geographer. His research encompasses: gender, sexuality and space; home and belonging; mobilities and place-making; emotional geographies and wellbeing; urban and rural studies; visual and material cultures; and social and cultural dimensions of disasters, climate change and sustainability. He is interested in both qualitative and quantitative approaches.

He has been a Chief Investigator on multiple Australian Research Council Discovery Projects: 

  • Men on the home front: spatialities of domesticity and masculinity (DP0986666, 2009-2011)
  • Queering disasters in the Antipodes: investigating the experiences of LGBTI people in natural disasters (DP130102658, 2013-15, with A/Professor Dale Dominey-Howes, University of Sydney)
  • Living apart together: how mobile work is transforming Australian homes (DP160103771, 2016-18, with Dr David Bissell, Australian National University)

He has published several edited collections:

  • Material Geographies of Household Sustainability (2011, Ashgate, with Dr Ruth Lane, Monash University)
  • Sexuality, Rurality, and Geography (2013, Lexington, with Professor Barbara Pini, Griffith University, and Dr Lia Bryant, University of South Australia)
  • Masculinities and Place (2014, Ashgate, with Professor Peter Hopkins, University of Newcastle, UK)
  • Queering the Interior (forthcoming, 2017, Bloomsbury, with Professor Matt Cook, Birkbeck College London)

His international editorial roles include:

  • Editor, Emotion, Space and Society
  • Book Review Editor, Gender, Place and Culture: A Journal of Feminist Geography
  • Editorial Board, Gender, Place and Culture: A Journal of Feminist Geography
  • Editorial Board, Social and Cultural Geography
  • International Advisory Board, ACME: An International Journal for Critical Geographies
  • Editorial Board, Writing from Below
  • Editorial Board, Revista Latinoamericana de Geografia e Gênero
  • Past Editor (2010-2016), GEOView: Online Undergraduate Review of Geography and Environmental Studies

This information has been contributed by Associate Professor Gorman-Murray.

Qualifications

  • MArt University of New South Wales
  • PhD Macquarie University
  • BA University of New South Wales

Interests

  • Social and Cultural Geography
  • Gender, Sexuality and Space
  • Geographies of Home and Households
  • Mobilities and Place-Making
  • Visual Art and Geography

Organisational Unit (School / Division)

  • Geography and Urban Studies (SSAP)

Contact

Email: A.Gorman-Murray@westernsydney.edu.au
Phone: (02) 9685 9415
Mobile:
Location: EH.G.13
Parramatta
Website:

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Teaching

Previous Teaching Areas

  • 101590 Cultural and Social Geographies, 2015
  • 101591 The Economics of Cities and Regions, 2015
  • 102170 People, Place and Social Difference, 2015

Publications

Chapters in Books

  • McKinnon, S. and Gorman-Murray, A. (2016), 'Sexuality', Identity and Belonging, Palgrave Macmillan 9781137334923.
  • Gorman-Murray, A. and Nash, C. (2016), 'Mobile sexualities : section introduction', Routledge Research Companion to Geographies of Sex and Sexualities, Routledge 9781472455482.
  • Gorman-Murray, A. and Nash, C. (2016), 'LGBT communities, identities, and the politics of mobility : moving from visibility to recognition in contemporary urban landscapes', Routledge Research Companion to Geographies of Sex and Sexualities, Routledge 9781472455482.
  • Nash, C. and Gorman-Murray, A. (2016), 'Digital sexualities : section introduction', Routledge Research Companion to Geographies of Sex and Sexualities, Routledge 9781472455482.
  • Nash, C. and Gorman-Murray, A. (2016), 'Digital technologies and sexualities in urban space', Routledge Research Companion to Geographies of Sex and Sexualities, Routledge 9781472455482.
  • Gorman-Murray, A., McKinnon, S. and Dominey-Howes, D. (2016), 'Masculinity, sexuality and disaster : unpacking gendered LGBT experiences in the 2011 Brisbane floods in Queensland, Australia', Men, Masculinities and Disaster, Routledge 9781138934177.
  • Gorman-Murray, A. (2016), 'Gay gentrification', The Sage Encyclopaedia of LGBTQ Studies, Sage 9781483371306.
  • Gorman-Murray, A. (2016), 'Gayborhoods', The Sage Encyclopedia of LGBTQ Studies, Sage 9781483371306.
  • Nash, C. and Gorman-Murray, A. (2015), 'Lesbian spaces in transition : insights from Toronto and Sydney', Planning and LGBTQ Communities: The Need for Inclusive Queer Spaces, Routledge 9781138798168.
  • Gorman-Murray, A. and McKinnon, S. (2015), 'Queer geography', International Encyclopedia of the Social and Behavioral Sciences. Volume 19, Elsevier 9780080970868.
  • Hubbard, P., Gorman-Murray, A. and Nash, C. (2015), 'Cities and sexualities', Handbook of the Sociology of Sexualities, Springer 9783319173405.
  • Gorman-Murray, A. (2015), 'Men at life's work : structural transformation, inertial heteronormativity, and crisis', Precarious Worlds: Contested Geographies of Social Reproduction, University of Georgia Press 9780820348810.
  • Gorman-Murray, A. and Nash, C. (2014), 'Queering religion, religious queers : a geographical commentary', Queering Religion, Religious Queers, Routledge 9780415843881.
  • Prior, J. and Gorman-Murray, A. (2014), 'Housing sex within the city : the placement of sex services beyond respectable domesticity?', (Sub)Urban Sexscapes: Geographies and Regulation of the Sex Industry, Routledge 9780415855280.
  • Gorman-Murray, A. (2014), 'Materiality, masculinity and the home : men and interior design', Masculinities and Place, Ashgate 9781472409799.
  • Gorman-Murray, A. and Hopkins, P. (2014), 'Masculinities and place', Masculinities and Place, Ashgate 9781472409799.
  • Gorman-Murray, A., Pini, B. and Bryant, L. (2013), 'Introduction : geographies of ruralities and sexualities', Sexuality, Rurality and Geography, Lexington Books 9780739169360.
  • Gorman-Murray, A. (2013), 'Documenting lesbian and gay lives in rural Australia', Sexuality, Rurality and Geography, Lexington Books 9780739169360.
  • Pini, B., Bryant, L. and Gorman-Murray, A. (2013), 'Conclusion : sexuality, rurality, and geography', Sexuality, Rurality and Geography, Lexington Books 9780739169360.
  • Gorman-Murray, A. (2013), 'Liminal subjects, marginal spaces and material legacies : older gay men, home and belonging', Queer Presences and Absences, Palgrave Macmillan 9780230302549.
  • Gorman-Murray, A. (2012), 'Meanings of home : gender dimensions', International Encyclopedia of Housing and Home, Elsevier 9780080471631.
  • Gorman-Murray, A. (2012), 'Experiencing home : sexuality', International Encyclopedia of Housing and Home, Elsevier 9780080471631.
  • Gorman-Murray, A. and Brennan-Horley, C. (2011), 'The Geography of Same-Sex Families in Australia: Implications for Regulatory Regimes', Current Trends in the Regulation of Same-Sex Relationships, Federation Press 9781862878334.
  • Lane, R. and Gorman-Murray, A. (2011), 'Introduction: material geographies of household sustainability', Material Geographies of Household Sustainability, Ashgate 9781409408154.
  • Lane, R. and Gorman-Murray, A. (2011), 'Conclusion: tackling the 'missing scale' in environmental policy', Material Geographies of Household Sustainability, Ashgate .
  • Waitt, G. and Gorman-Murray, A. (2011), 'ChillOut: a festival 'out' in the country', Festival Places: Revitalising Rural Australia, Channel View Publications Ltd 9781845411664.
  • Gorman-Murray, A. (2011), 'Queerying Planning in Australia: The Problems and Possibilities of Multiscalar Governance for LGBT Sexual Minorities', Queerying Planning Challenging Heteronormative Assumptions and Reframing Planning Practice, Ashgate 9781409428152.
  • Gorman-Murray, A., Johnston, L. and Waitt, G. (2010), 'Queer(ing) communication in research relationships: a conversation about subjectivities, methodologies and ethics', Queering Methods and Methodologies: Intersecting Queer Theory and Social Science Research, Ashgate 9780754678434.
  • Gorman-Murray, A. (2006), 'Queering home, domesticating deviance', Home, Routledge .

Journal Articles

  • Gorman-Murray, A., Morris, S., Keppel, J., McKinnon, S. and Dominey-Howes, D. (2017), 'Problems and possibilities on the margins : LGBT experiences in the 2011 Queensland floods', Gender, Place & Culture, vol 24, no 1 , pp 37 - 51.
  • McKinnon, S., Gorman-Murray, A. and Dominey-Howes, D. (2017), 'Disasters, queer narratives, and the news : how are LGBTI disaster experiences reported by the mainstream and LGBTI media?', Journal of Homosexuality, vol 64, no 1 , pp 122 - 144.
  • Gorman-Murray, A. and Nash, C. (2017), 'Transformations in LGBT consumer landscapes and leisure spaces in the neoliberal city', Urban Studies, vol 54, no 3 , pp 786 - 805.
  • Hubbard, P., Collins, A. and Gorman-Murray, A. (2017), 'Sex, consumption and commerce in the contemporary city', Urban Studies, vol 54, no 3 , pp 567 - 581.
  • McKinnon, S., Gorman-Murray, A. and Dominey-Howes, D. (2017), 'Remembering an epidemic during a disaster: memories of HIV/AIDS, gay male identities and the experience of recent disasters in Australia and New Zealand', Gender, Place and Culture, vol 24, no 1 , pp 52 - 63.
  • Dominey-Howes, D., Gorman-Murray, A. and McKinnon, S. (2016), 'Emergency management response and recovery plans in relation to sexual and gender minorities in New South Wales, Australia', International Journal of Disaster Risk Reduction, vol 16 , pp 1 - 11.
  • McKinnon, S., Gorman-Murray, A. and Dominey-Howes, D. (2016), ''The greatest loss was a loss of our history': natural disasters, marginalised identities and sites of memory', Social and Cultural Geography, vol 17, no 8 , pp 1120 - 1139.
  • Gaillard, J., Sanz, K., Balgos, B., Dalisay, S., Gorman-Murray, A., Smith, F. and Toelupe, V. (2016), '[In Press] Beyond men and women : a critical perspective on gender and disaster', Disasters, .
  • Gorman-Murray, A. (2015), 'Twentysomethings and twentagers : subjectivities, spaces, and young men at home', Gender, Place and Culture, vol 22, no 3 , pp 422 - 439.
  • Nash, C. and Gorman-Murray, A. (2015), 'Lesbians in the city : mobilities and relational geographies', Journal of Lesbian Studies, vol 19, no 2 , pp 173 - 191.
  • Pilkey, B., Scicluna, R. and Gorman-Murray, A. (2015), 'Alternative domesticities : a cross-disciplinary approach to home and sexuality', Home Cultures, vol 12, no 2 , pp 127 - 138.
  • Nash, C. and Gorman-Murray, A. (2015), 'Recovering the gay village : a comparative historical geography of urban change and planning in Toronto and Sydney', Historical Geography, vol 43 , pp 84 - 105.
  • Nash, C. and Gorman-Murray, A. (2014), 'LGBT neighbourhoods and 'new mobilities' : towards understanding transformations in sexual and gendered urban landscapes', International Journal of Urban and Regional Research, vol 38, no 3 , pp 756 - 772.
  • Gorman-Murray, A., McKinnon, S. and Dominey-Howes, D. (2014), 'Queer domicide : LGBT displacement and home loss in natural disaster impact, response, and recovery', Home Cultures: The Journal of Architecture, Design and Domestic Space, vol 11, no 2 , pp 237 - 261.
  • Gorman-Murray, A., Morris, S., Keppel, J., McKinnon, S. and Dominey-Howes, D. (2014), 'The LGBTI community in the 2011 Queensland floods : marginality, vulnerability and resilience', LES Online: Digital Journal on Lesbian Studies, vol 6, no 1 , pp 4 - 20.
  • Gorman-Murray, A. and Nash, C. (2014), 'Mobile places, relational spaces : conceptualizing change in Sydney's LGBTQ neighborhoods', Environment and Planning D: Society and Space, vol 32, no 4 , pp 622 - 641.
  • Dominey-Howes, D., Gorman-Murray, A. and McKinnon, S. (2014), 'Queering disasters : on the need to account for LGBTI experiences in natural disaster contexts', Gender, Place and Culture, vol 21, no 7 , pp 905 - 918.
  • Sharpe, S. and Gorman-Murray, A. (2013), 'Special issue : bodies in place, bodies displaced', Geographical Research, vol 51, no 2 , pp 115 - 119.
  • Gorman-Murray, A. (2013), 'Urban homebodies : embodiment, masculinity, and domesticity in Inner Sydney', Geographical Research, vol 51, no 2 , pp 137 - 144.
  • Gorman-Murray, A. (2013), 'Straight-gay friendships : relational masculinities and equalities landscapes in Sydney, Australia', Geoforum, vol 49 , pp 214 - 223.
  • Dowling, R., Gorman-Murray, A., Power, E. and Luzia, K. (2012), 'Critical reflections on doctoral research and supervision in human geography : the 'PhD by publication'', Journal of Geography in Higher Education, vol 36, no 2 , pp 293 - 305.
  • Gorman-Murray, A., Waitt, G. and Gibson, C. (2012), 'Chilling out in 'cosmopolitan country' : urban/rural hybridity and the construction of Daylesford as a 'lesbian and gay rural idyll'', Journal of Rural Studies, vol 28, no 1 , pp 69 - 79.
  • Gorman-Murray, A. (2012), 'Queer politics at home : gay men's management of the public/private boundary', New Zealand Geographer, vol 68, no 2 , pp 111 - 120.
  • de Vet, E., Waitt, G. and Gorman-Murray, A. (2012), ''How dare you say that about my friend' : negotiating disability and identity within Australian high schools', Australian Geographer, vol 43, no 4 , pp 377 - 391.
  • Gorman-Murray, A. and Morrison, C. (2012), 'Revisiting geographies of sexuality and gender Down Under', New Zealand Geographer, vol 68, no 2 , pp 77 - 80.
  • Gorman-Murray, A. (2011), ''This is disco-wonderland!' Gender, sexuality and the limits of gay domesticity on The Block', Social and Cultural Geography, vol 12, no 5 , pp 435 - 453.
  • Waitt, G. and Gorman-Murray, A. (2011), 'Journeys and Returns: Home, Life Narratives and Remapping Sexuality in a Regional City', International Journal of Urban and Regional Research, vol 35, no 6 , pp 1239 - 1255.
  • Waitt, G. and Gorman-Murray, A. (2011), ''It's About Time You Came Out': Sexualities, Mobility and Home', Antipode, vol 43, no 4 , pp 1380 - 1403.
  • Waitt, G., Loretta, J. and Gorman-Murray, A. (2011), ''The guys in there just expect to be laid': embodied and gendered socio-spatial practices of a night-out in Australia', Gender, Place and Culture, vol 18, no 2 , pp 255 - 275.
  • Duffy, M., Waitt, G., Gorman-Murray, A. and Gibson, C. (2011), 'Bodily rhythms: corporeal capacities to engage with festival spaces', Emotion, Space and Society, vol 4, no 1 , pp 17 - 24.
  • Gorman-Murray, A. (2011), 'Economic crises and emotional fallout: Work, home and men's senses of belonging in post-GFC Sydney', Emotion, Space and Society, vol 4, no 4 , pp 211 - 220.
  • Gorman-Murray, A. (2010), 'An Australian feeling for snow : towards understanding cultural and emotional dimensions of climate change', Cultural Studies Review, vol 16, no 1 , pp 60 - 81.
  • Evers, C., Gorman-Murray, A. and Potter, E. (2010), 'Doing rural cultural studies', Cultural Studies Review, vol 16, no 1 , pp 3 - 9.
  • Gorman-Murray, A., Brennan-Horley, C., McLean, K., Waitt, G. and Gibson, C. (2010), 'Mapping same-sex couple family households in Australia', Journal of Maps, , pp 382 - 392.
  • Gorman-Murray, A. (2009), 'Intimate mobilities : emotional embodiment and queer migration', Social and Cultural Geography, vol 10, no 4 , pp 441 - 460.
  • Gorman-Murray, A. (2009), 'What's the meaning of ChillOut? : rural/urban difference and the cultural significance of Australia's largest rural GLBTQ festival', Rural Society, vol 19, no 1 , pp 71 - 86.
  • Gorman-Murray, A. and Waitt, G. (2009), 'Queer-friendly neighbourhoods : interrogating social cohesion across sexual difference in two Australian neighbourhoods', Environment and Planning A, vol 41, no 12 , pp 2855 - 2873.
  • Gorman-Murray, A. and Waitt, G. (2009), 'Climate and culture', M/C Journal, vol 12, no 4 .
  • Brickell, C., Seymor, M., Callister, S., Gorman-Murray, A. and Aldrich, R. (2009), 'Mates and lovers : a history of gay New Zealand', New Zealand Sociology, vol 24, no 1 , pp 64 - 77.
  • Gorman-Murray, A. (2008), 'Queering the family home : narratives from gay, lesbian and bisexual youth coming out in supportive family homes in Australia', Gender, Place and Culture, vol 15, no 1 , pp 31 - 44.
  • Gorman-Murray, A. (2008), 'Reconciling self : gay men and lesbians using domestic materiality for identity management', Social and Cultural Geography, vol 9, no 3 , pp 283 - 301.
  • Gorman-Murray, A. (2008), 'So, where is queer? : a critical geography of queer exhibitions in Australia', Museums and Social Issues, vol 3, no 1 , pp 67 - 80.
  • Gorman-Murray, A., Waitt, G. and Gibson, C. (2008), 'A queer country? : a case study of the politics of gay/lesbian belonging in an Australian country town', Australian Geographer, vol 39, no 2 , pp 171 - 191.
  • Gorman-Murray, A. (2008), 'Masculinity and the home : a critical review and conceptual framework', Australian Geographer, vol 39, no 3 , pp 367 - 379.
  • Gorman-Murray, A., Waitt, G. and Johnston, L. (2008), 'Geographies of sexuality and gender 'down under'', Australian Geographer, vol 39, no 3 , pp 235 - 246.
  • Gorman-Murray, A., Darian-Smith, K. and Gibson, C. (2008), 'Scaling the rural : reflections on rural cultural studies', Australian Humanities Review, vol 45 , pp 37 - 52.
  • Carter, D., Darian-Smith, K. and Gorman-Murray, A. (2008), 'Rural cultural studies : introduction', Australian Humanities Review, vol 45 , pp 27 - 36.
  • Gorman-Murray, A. (2008), 'Country', M/C Journal, vol 11, no 5 .
  • Gorman-Murray, A. (2008), 'Before and after climate change : the snow country in Australian imaginaries', M/C Journal, vol 11, no 5 .
  • Waitt, G., Markwell, K. and Gorman-Murray, A. (2008), 'Challenging heteronormativity in tourism studies : locating progress', Progress in Human Geography, vol 32, no 6 , pp 781 - 800.
  • Waitt, G. and Gorman-Murray, A. (2008), 'Camp in the country : renegotiating sexuality and gender through a rural lesbian and gay festival', Journal of Tourism and Cultural Change, vol 6, no 3 , pp 185 - 207.
  • Gorman-Murray, A. (2007), 'Rethinking queer migration through the body', Social and Cultural Geography, vol 8, no 1 , pp 105 - 121.
  • Gorman-Murray, A. (2007), 'Reconfiguring domestic values: meanings of home for gay men and lesbians', Housing, Theory and Society, vol 24, no 3 , pp 229 - 246.
  • Gorman-Murray, A. (2007), 'New perspectives on the public power and political significance of home', Australian Geographer, vol 38, no 1 , pp 133 - 143.
  • Gorman-Murray, A. (2007), 'Contesting domestic ideals: queering the Australian home', Australian Geographer, vol 38, no 2 , pp 195 - 213.
  • Gorman-Murray, A. (2007), 'Sexy stories: using autobiography in geographies of sexuality', Qualitative Research Journal, vol 7, no 1 , pp 3 - 25.
  • Waitt, G. and Gorman-Murray, A. (2007), 'Homemaking and mature-age gay men 'down under': paradox, intimacy, subjectivities, spatialities, and scale', Gender, Place and Culture, vol 14, no 5 , pp 569 - 584.
  • Gorman-Murray, A. and Dowling, R. (2007), 'Home', M/C Journal, vol 10, no 4 .
  • Gorman-Murray, A., Waitt, G. and Gibson, C. (2007), 'Interrogating the politics of gay/lesbian belonging in an Australian country town: a case study of Daylesford, Victoria, and local responses to the ChillOut Festival', Papers and Proceedings of Applied Geography Conferences, vol 30 , pp 236 - 246.
  • Gorman-Murray, A. (2006), 'Homeboys: uses of home by gay Australian men', Social and Cultural Geography, vol 7, no 1 , pp 53 - 69.
  • Gorman-Murray, A. (2006), 'Queering home or domesticating deviance? Interrogating gay domesticity through lifestyle television', International Journal of Cultural Studies, vol 9, no 2 , pp 227 - 247.
  • Gorman-Murray, A. (2006), 'Gay and lesbian couples at home: identity work in domestic space', Home Cultures, vol 3, no 2 , pp 145 - 168.
  • Gorman-Murray, A. (2006), 'Imagining King Street in the gay/lesbian media', M/C Journal, vol 9, no 3 .
  • Gorman-Murray, A. (2004), 'Gay and lesbian public history in Australia', Public History Review, vol 11 , pp 8 - 38.

Conference Papers

  • Gorman-Murray, A. (2010), 'Materialising masculinity: men and interior design', Interior Spaces in Other Places: IDEA (Interior Design/Interior Architecture Educators Association) Symposium, Queensland University of Technology, Brisbane.
  • Gorman-Murray, A. (2007), 'Reconciling self: gay men and lesbians using domestic materiality for identity management', Queer Spaces: Centres and Peripheries, UTS.
  • Gorman-Murray, A., Waitt, G. and Gibson, C. (2007), 'Chilling out in the country? Interrogating Daylesford as a 'gay/lesbian rural idyll'', Queer Spaces: Centres and Peripheries - Conference Proceedings, UTS.
  • Waitt, G. and Gorman-Murray, A. (2007), 'Provincial paradoxes: 'at home' with older gay men in a provincial town of the Antipodes', Queer Spaces: Centres and Peripheries - Conference Proceedings, UTS.
  • Gorman-Murray, A. (2006), 'Domestic space as contested terrain: queering the Australian home', Contested Terrains: Proceedings of the XXIII Annual Conference of the Society of Architectural Historians, Australia and New Zealand, SAHANZ 2006, Fremantle.
  • Gorman-Murray, A. (2006), 'Gay/lesbian identity work at home', TASA 2006 Conference Proceedings: Sociology for a Mobile World, St. Lucia.
  • Waitt, G. and Gorman-Murray, A. (2006), 'Places of reconciliation: gay, lesbian and transgender place-based belongings in a regional Australian centre', TASA 2006 Conference Proceedings: Sociology for a Mobile World, St. Lucia.
  • Gorman-Murray, A. (2005), ''Im lucky to have parents like mine': gay, lesbian and bisexual youth coming out in supportive family homes', TASA 2005 Conference Proceedings: Community, Place and Change, St. Lucia..
  • Gorman-Murray, A. (2005), ''The boys' on The Block: gay domesticity versus the family home on lifestyle television', TASA 2005 Conference Proceedings: Community, Place and Change, St. Lucia.

Exhibitions

  • 2015, 'Material Conditions in the Post-Human City'
  • 2014, 'Over the Ditch'

Other Publications

  • 2016, 'Thrown-togetherness, 2015 : exegesis', Published Work

Research

Andrew is a social, cultural and political geographer. His research encompasses: gender, sexuality and space; home and belonging; mobilities and place-making; emotional geographies and wellbeing; urban and rural studies; visual and material cultures; and social and cultural dimensions of disasters, climate change and sustainability. He is interested in both qualitative and quantitative approaches.

He has been a Chief Investigator on multiple Australian Research Council Discovery Projects: 

  • Men on the home front: spatialities of domesticity and masculinity (DP0986666, 2009-2011)
  • Queering disasters in the Antipodes: investigating the experiences of LGBTI people in natural disasters (DP130102658, 2013-15, with A/Professor Dale Dominey-Howes, University of Sydney)
  • Living apart together: how mobile work is transforming Australian homes (DP160103771, 2016-18, with Dr David Bissell, Australian National University)

He is an international collaborator on a Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council of Canada Insight Grant:

  • Resisting recognition: transnational oppositions to LGBT inclusions in Canada, Great Britain and Australia (435-2015-0071, 2015-18, with Professor Catherine J Nash, Brock University, Professor Kath Browne, University of Brighton)

This information has been contributed by Associate Professor Gorman-Murray.

Current Projects

Title: Valuing Diversity in Urban Renewal
Years: 2016-03-01 - 2018-02-28
ID: P00023290
Western Researchers: Andrew Gorman-Murray
Funding:
  • UrbanGrowth NSW (Philanthropic)
Title: University Partnership: Safety and Crime Prevention in Parramatta LGA
Years: 2016-06-16 - 2018-03-31
ID: P00023177
Western Researchers: Andrew Gorman-Murray, Cameron Mcauliffe and Jenna Condie
Funding:
  • Parramatta City Council
Title: Living apart together: how mobile work is transforming Australian homes [via ANU]
Years: 2016-05-25 - 2019-05-24
ID: P00022965
Western Researchers: Andrew Gorman-Murray
Funding:
  • Australian Research Council (ACRG)

Previous Projects

Title: Queering disasters in the Antipodes: investigating the experiences of LGBTI people in natural disasters
Years: 2013-05-30 - 2016-12-31
ID: P00020832
Western Researchers: Andrew Gorman-Murray
Funding:
  • Australian Research Council (ACRG)
Title: LGBT neighbourhoods in transition: urban and political change in Sydney and Toronto
Years: 2012-11-13 - 2013-11-12
ID: P00021166
Western Researchers: Andrew Gorman-Murray
Funding:
  • University of Western Sydney
Title: Men on the home front: spatialities of domesticity and masculinity
Years: 2011-07-18 - 2012-09-05
ID: P00020479
Western Researchers: Andrew Gorman-Murray
Funding:
  • Australian Research Council (ACRG)
Title: Queering disasters in the Antipodes: LGBTI experiences of vulnerability and resilience in natural disasters contexts in Australia and New Zealand , 2011
Years: 2012-03-02 - 2013-09-30
ID: P00020570
Western Researchers: Andrew Gorman-Murray
Funding:
  • University of Western Sydney

Supervision

Associate Professor Gorman-Murray is available to be a principal supervisor for doctoral projects

Current Supervision

Title: "It's Not a House it's a Home" How Home is Understood and Created Amongst Private Renters in New South Wales (NSW)
Field of Research:
Title: Men Migration and the Divisions of Domestic Work
Field of Research:
Title: Valuing Diversity in Urban Renewal
Field of Research:
Title: Experiences of Islamophobia: Impacts on Young Muslims' Mobility in Major 'Western' Cities
Field of Research:

Previous Supervision

Title: Consuming Master-Planned Estates in Australia: Political, Social, Cultural and Economic Factors
Field of Research: URBAN DESIGN AND REGIONAL PLANNING; SOCIETY AND CULTURE; OTHER SOCIETY AND CULTURE; MANAGEMENT AND COMMERCE NOT ELSEWHERE CLASSIFIED
Thesis: Consuming Master-Planned Estates in Australia: Political, Social, Cultural and Economic Factors

Media

Title: What will the future hold for Oxford Street, Sydney s gay precinct?
Description: Michael Koziol, Sydney Morning Herald (News Review), 28 February 2015, pp. 32-33
Title: Urban Systems: Assemblage and Affect
Description: Sydney Art Month, March 2015
Title: Art-Geography Collaborations: On Islands Eramboo
Description: Anna de Jong, Conversations with AUSCCER (Australian Centre for Cultural Environmental Research)

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