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2013 prizes for excellence in gender research

The Gender Institute marked its 3rd anniversary on Friday 21 March 2014. The 2013 student prizes for excellence in gender research were awarded by the Vice-Chancellor. The Gender Institute extends congratulations to all this years recipients and their supervisors for their excellent work.

2013 awards recipients for excellence in gender research

Equal winners for undergraduate honours thesis, including $500 each:

  • Amir Pasha Peyrovi (Law, Supervisor Dr. Wayne Morgan): Stablising Gender From This Day Forward: Recognition of a Married Person's Gender Identity

  • Harriet Mercer (CASS, Supervisor, Professor Angela Woollacott): Making Claims on the Empire: Interwar Australian feminists' pursuit of equal imperial citizenship through the British Commonwealth League

Journal article published in 2013 by an ANU graduate student, including $500:

  • David Gilbert (CAP, Supervisor Professor Andrew Walker): Categorizing Gender in Queer Yangon

First prize for masters thesis, including $500:

  • Shane Harrison (Law, Supervisor Dr. Wayne Morgan):"Your Father is a Woman": Theorising Male-Male Sexual Violence as a Mechanism of Identity Warfare

First prize for PhD thesis, including $1000:

  • Ma Khin Mar Mar Kyi (CASS, Supervisor Professor Kathryn Robinson): In Pursuit of Power: Politic, patriarchy, poverty and gender relations in New Order Myanmar/Burma

Post event media:

Honours prize recipient, Harriet Mercer (centre) recieves her prize from Professor Margaret Jolly and ANU Vice-Chancellor Professor Ian Young AO

Honours prize recipient, Amir Pasha Peyrovi (centre) recieves his prize from Professor Margaret Jolly and ANU Vice-Chancellor Professor Ian Young AO

PhD Prize recipient Ma Khin Mar Mar Kyi recieves her prize from Professor Angela Woollacott and ANU Vice-Chancellor Professor Ian Young AO

 

 

 

 

Updated:  7 November, 2012/Responsible Officer:  Convenor, Gender Institute/Page Contact:  Web manager, Gender Institute