Current and Past Projects


ARTICLE – Were We Critical Friends? Working with Values in Research

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Conceptualising values in research is one thing, negotiating them through the layers of relationships and constraints of a community organisation and a university is something else. This article highlights some…

PAPER – Lengthy student placements and health and financial wellbeing

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Researchers Lisa Hodge, Nicole Oke, Heather McIntyre, Shelley Turner Project Overview This project explores the financial and other impacts of lengthy, unpaid work-integrated learning (WIL). It aims to build on…

PAPER – Psychology education and the neoliberal episteme in Australia

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New paper in Theory and Psychology by CIDRN researcher Samuel Keast. Abstract This article investigates some of the ways in which neoliberalism and mainstream psychology intersect to maintain a dominant episteme…

Seminars and Events

ICCP2020 Webinar Recording


Critical transnational conversations on structural violence & radical possibilities

Speakers – Paola Balla, Jesica Fernández, and Michelle Fine.

ICCP2020 Webinar - In this free webinar dialogue will focus on response-ability, solidarities and movements for epistemic justice, asking whose crises and to whom are we accountable? Speakers will examine critical psychologies in the midst of austerity, COVID and racialized state violence, and consider radical possibilities erupting and what these might mean for transformation and redesign of academy, and with whom we engage in research, teaching, organizing and justice work.