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Dr Steven Angelides Grants and Development Advisor - ARCSHS, Aust Res Ctr Sex Hlth&Soc

Steven Angelides has a BA (Hons) and a PhD in History and Gender Studies from the University of Melbourne. He has been researching and publishing in gender and sexuality studies for over 20 years and has held research fellowships at the University of Adelaide, the Australian National University, the University of Melbourne, and Monash University. Steven is the author of A History of Bisexuality (Chicago: University of Chicago, 2001). The book is an intellectual history of dominant Western paradigms of sexuality as traced through the category of bisexuality. Steven's research interests are in queer theories, deconstruction, psychoanalysis, affect theories, and science and technology studies. For his work on child sexuality published in GLQ he was awarded the American Modern Language Association's (MLA) Crompton-Noll Award. This work forms part of a forthcoming book, The Fear of Child Sexuality (Chicago: University of Chicago Press, August 2019).

Steven received an Australian Research Council Discovery Project grant, 2015-2017.

Steven is an Honorary Senior Research Fellow in the Department of Modern History, Politics and International Relations at Macquarie University.

Current PhD supervisions include:
Michael McDermott, "Queerbaiting: Fandom, Industry and Teen Narrative", Australian Research Centre in Sex, Health and Society, La Trobe University.
Anneke Wray, "How Transgender Individuals Navigate Post-Transitional Disclosure", University of Western Sydney.

Recent PhD completions:
Jacinthe Flore, "The Problem of Appetite and Balance in the History of Sexuality", Gender, Sexuality and Diversity Studies, La Trobe University.
J.R. Latham, "Trans Men's Realities: An Ontological Politics of Sex, Gender and Sexuality", Australian Research Centre in Sex, Health and Society, La Trobe University.
Kiran Pienaar, "The Making of HIV/AIDS in South Africa: An Ontological Politics of Disease", Centre for Women's Studies and Gender Research, Monash University.


selected publications