Ms Sophie Robinson

Postgraduate Teaching Fellow
BA (Honours Class 1) History and Women's and Gender Studies
School of Humanities & Languages, Dean's Unit


Morven Brown
Kensington Campus

I am a PhD Candidate in Women's and Gender Studies and a Postgraduate Teaching Fellow in the School of Humanities and Languages.

My PhD thesis is looking at the lesbian presence in women's liberation, gay liberation and queer politics and activism in Australia. I have also researched and published in the broader field of Australian feminist history and masculinity politics, and written articles for online and print magazines.



I tutor in the Gateway course for UNSW's minor in Women's and Gender Studies, ARTS1900 - Gendered Worlds. I have also previously tutored in the undegraduate Gateway History course, ARTS1270 - Global History.

Affiliations and membership

Sydney's Pride History Group - Secretary. This organisation collects oral histories and other materials related to the past and present lives of the LGBTIQ community in Sydney. We also present our material through publications, community forums and conferences.