Lucy Nicholas is a lecturer in Sociology, specialising in gender and sexual diversities with interests in social and political theory, queer theory and feminisms. She is well published in her field and her first book, Queer Post-Gender Ethics, was published in 2014 by Palgrave McMillan. Her second book, The Persistence of Global Masculinisms, co-authored with Dr Agius from Politics, is coming out in 2016. She is director of the Melbourne Queer, Feminist and Gender Studies Network. Her PhD was awarded at University of Edinburgh where she worked before moving to University of Portsmouth and then to Australia, and she was awarded an Office of Learning and Teaching Citation for Outstanding Contributions to Student Learning in 2015.
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