Daniel Marshall is a Senior Lecturer in Literature in the School of Communication and Creative Arts at Deakin University in Melbourne, Australia.
He is also the Convenor of Deakin's Gender and Sexuality Studies Major in the Bachelor of Arts programme, and of Deakin's Gender and Sexuality Studies Research Network.
Current research focuses on queer youth and popular culture, queer youth histories and queer archive studies. He is also currently a Chief Investigator in a national research team working on an ARC-funded Discovery Project called "Queer Generations" studying how growing up LGBTQ has changed in Australia across two social generations.
His writing has appeared in a range of books and journals including Bodies of evidence: the practice of queer oral history (2012); After Homosexual: The Legacies of Gay Liberation (2013); Zombies in the Academy: Living Death in Higher Education (2013); Journal of Bisexuality (2014); Angelaki: Journal of the Theoretical Humanities (2015); Journal of Homosexuality (2016); and Bent St (2017).
He has also co-authored a social policy monograph for funding queer youth services in Victoria (Beyond Homophobia, 2010) and co-edited the 2011 book Secret Histories of Queer Melbourne (ALGA, 2011; reprinted 2018). He has edited collections for Sex Education (2013), Radical History Review (2014; 2015), and The Review of Education, Pedagogy & Cultural Studies (2016), and provided public commentary in The Conversation.
Daniel received his Ph.D. from the Department of English with Cultural Studies at the University of Melbourne. He has previously held positions as a Research Fellow at the Australian Research Centre in Sex, Health and Society at La Trobe University, and as an invited Visiting Scholar at the Center for LGBTQ Studies (Graduate Center, City University of New York) and at the Weeks Centre for Social and Policy Research (London South Bank University).
He is a past president of the Australian Lesbian and Gay Archives, one of Australia's oldest national LGBTIQ organisations, where he established the Queer Youth Education Project in 2012. In 2016 he helped launch Australia's first Queer/LGBTI+ History Month. He has worked to establish community forums for activist and scholarly debate and collaboration, including co-organising (with CLAGS, The New School and OutHistory.org) the major "Gay American History @ 40" conference in New York in Spring 2016, bringing together people working inside universities as well as people working outside of them.
In 2018, the Gender and Sexuality Studies Research Network is hosting its 'First Fridays' series of monthly GSS masterclasses and public seminars at Deakin Downtown, as well as the national "Queer Legacies, New Solidarities" conference (22-24 November), in collaboration with AWGSA and ALGA.
Daniel Marshall is a Senior Lecturer in Literature in the School of Communication and Creative Arts at Deakin University in Melbourne, Australia. He is also the Convenor of Deakin's Gender and Sexuality Studies Major in the Bachelor of Arts programme, and of Deakin's Gender and Sexuality Studies Research Network.
Feminist & Queer theories
Feminist & Queer literary studies
Cultural studies, gender, sexuality & youth
Queer youth histories
Sex, gender, sexuality & archives
Sex, gender, sexuality & education
Queer methods & transdisciplinarity
Association for Cultural Studies
Australian Lesbian and Gay Archives
Cultural Studies Association of Australasia
Most years, Daniel teaches in one or more of the following units:
AGS101: Sex and Gender: Ideas That Changed the World
AGS102: Histories of Sex and Gender
ALL256: Gender, Sex and Literature
AGS200: Cultural Studies of Sex and Gender (beginning 2019)
AGS300: Theories of Sex and Gender (beginning 2020)
AAR412: Honours Research Theory A
ALX726: Masters Research Theory A
Committee member and past President, Australian Lesbian and Gay Archives
Regional Representative (Victoria), Cultural Studies Association of Australasia Executive
R Cover, M Rasmussen, P Aggleton, D Marshall
(2017), pp. 1-13, Continuum, Melbourne, Vic., C1
(2016), Vol. 63, pp. 405-415, Journal of homosexuality, Philadelphia, Pa., C1
(2016), Vol. 38, pp. 85-101, Review of education, pedagogy, and cultural studies, Abingdon, Eng., C1
(2016), pp. 122-141, Bisexuality in education : erasure, exclusion and the absence of intersectionality, London, Eng., B1
M Rasmussen, R Cover, P Aggleton, D Marshall
(2016), pp. 73-96, Palgrave international handbook of education for citizenship and social justice, London, Eng., B1
(2015), Vol. 20, pp. 33-51, Angelaki: journal of the theoretical humanities, London, Eng., C1
A Arondekar, A Cvetkovich, C Hanhardt, R Kunzel, T Nyong'o, J Rodríguez, S Stryker, D Marshall, K Murphy, Z Tortorici
(2015), Vol. 2015, pp. 211-231, Radical history review, Durham, N.C., C1-1
(2014), Vol. 14, pp. 126-145, Journal of bisexuality, Abingdon, Eng., C1
(2014), Vol. 35, pp. 347-360, Discourse: studies in the cultural politics of education, Abingdon, England, C1
(2013), ACMI Studio, ACMI, Melbourne, J2
(2013), pp. 218-229, Zombies in the academy: living death in higher education, Bristol, England, B1
D Marshall, M Rasmussen
(2013), Vol. 13, Sex education: sexuality, society and learning, Abingdon, England, C1
(2013), Vol. 13, pp. 597-610, Sex education: sexuality, society and learning, Abingdon, England, C1
(2013), pp. 249-255, After homosexual: the legacies of gay liberation, Crawley, W.A., B1-1
(2012), Vol. 34, pp. 23-34, Review of education, pedagogy and cultural studies, Philadelphia, Pa., C1
(2012), pp. 167-183, Bodies of evidence : the practice of queer oral history, New York, NY, B1
(2012), Vol. 26, pp. 225-233, Continuum, Melbourne, Vic., C1
(2011), pp. 60-73, La Trobe journal, Melbourne, Vic., C1
(2010), Vol. 23, pp. 65-85, International journal of qualitative studies in education, Abingdon, England, C1
(2010), Vol. 21, pp. 36-46, Transformations : the journal of inclusive scholarship and pedagogy, Jersey City, N. J., C1
Funded Projects at Deakin
Australian Competitive Grants
Belonging and sexual citizenship among gender and sexual minority youth
Prof Peter Aggleton, A/Prof Mary Louise Rasmussen, A/Prof Rob Cover, Dr Daniel Marshall
ARC - Discovery Projects
- 2017: $17,798
- 2016: $46,112
- 2015: $28,312
Kerry William Benton
Thesis entitled: Emotionality in same-sex attracted menÂ¿s sexual scripting: Four expatriate men in Burma tell their stories
Doctor of Philosophy (Health & Social Development), School of Health & Social Development
Thesis entitled: Pedagogical practices of female physical educators in all-boys' schools
Doctor of Philosophy (Education), School of Education