Ms Shawna Marks

Casual Academic

College of Education, Psychology and Social Work

place Education Building
GPO Box 2100, Adelaide 5001, South Australia

Shawna Marks is a PhD candidate writing, researching, teaching and speaking about feminism, men’s violence against women, masculinity, sex and popular cultures including sport. Shawna is currently completing a doctorate that examines social constructions and masculinity and heterosexuality within the sexual culture of Australian football as a way to explore potential for initiatives that engage communities in violence prevention through sport.

Qualifications

Bachelor of Behavioural Science (Hons)- Flinders University, 2014

Doctor of Philosophy (PhD)- Flinders University, ongoing

Honours, awards and grants

Flinders University Research Scholarship, Flinders University, 2018-2020, $52,576

Research Training Stipend, University of Adelaide, 2017, $26,682

Postgraduate Fund Semester 2, University of Adelaide, 2016, $60

Karen Halley Trust Semester 1, University of Adelaide, 2016, $150

Karen Halley Trust Semester 2, University of Adelaide, 2015, $1006

Karen Halley Trust Semester 1, University of Adelaide, 2015, $700

Honourable Mention (Barbara A. Brown Graduate Award), North American Society for the Sociology of Sport, 2015

Key responsibilities

HDR Representative, College of Education, Psychology and Social Work, Flinders University- July 2018 – Present

South Australian Representative, Australian Women & Gender Studies Executive Committee- July 2016 – Present

Teaching interests

Gender, sociology, sport, violence, heterosexuality, popular culture, feminism and feminist theory, research methods, research ethics

Supervisory interests
Feminist theory and methodology
Heterosexuality
Masculinity
Sexual violence
Sport
Higher degree by research student achievements
Shawna Marks

Honourable Mention (Graduate Award), North American Society for the Sociology of Sport - NOV 2015

Expert for media contact
Feminism
Gender studies
Sport
Violence
Australian football
Feminism
Heterosexuality
Masculinity
Sexual violence
Available for contact via
Or contact the media team
+61 8 82012092
0427 398 713
Media expertise
  • Feminism
  • Gender studies
  • Sport
  • Violence
Interests
  • Australian football
  • Feminism
  • Heterosexuality
  • Masculinity
  • Sexual violence

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