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Lecturer in Cultural Studies in Health, University of Tasmania

Robyn Moore is a Lecturer in Cultural Studies in Health at the University of Tasmania. Robyn’s research focuses on examining the enduring nature of race and gender based inequalities. She is engaged in a range of research projects examining constructions of Australianness in Australian history textbooks, the experiences of women of colour in STEMM, girls in action sports and collaborative teaching.


  • 2016–present
    Casual academic, University of Tasmania


  • 2016 
    University of Tasmania, PhD
  • 2011 
    University of Tasmania, BA (Hons)


  • 2022
    Gender, Work & Organization, In/visible: The intersectional experiences of women of color in science, technology, engineering, mathematics, and medicine in Australia
  • 2021
    International Journal of Gender, Science and Technology, Women’s experiences of racial microaggressions in STEMM workplaces and the importance of white allyship
  • 2021
    Journal of Applied Learning and Teaching, Supporting casual teaching staff in the Australian neoliberal university: A collaborative approach
  • 2021
    PLOS One, Male allyship in institutional STEMM gender equity initiatives
  • 2020
    Journal of Applied Learning and Teaching, Using the pluriverse concept to critique Eurocentrism in education
  • 2020
    Critical Discourse Studies , Whiteness=politeness: interest-convergence in Australian history textbooks, 1950-2010
  • 2020
    Journal of Sociology, ‘When I look in the bathroom mirror, I see all the women standing behind me’: An evaluation of a leadership development program for women in STEMM
  • 2020
    Review of Education, Who is Australian? National belonging and exclusion in Australian history textbooks
  • 2020
    Leisure Studies, The influence of paternal co-participation on girls’ participation in surfing, mountain biking, and skateboarding in regional Australia
  • 2019
    Journal of Applied Philosophy, Resolving the Tensions Between White People’s Active Investment in Racial Inequality and White Ignorance: A Response to Marzia Milazzo
  • 2019
    Journal of Gender Studies, 'I was completely oblivious to gender': an exploration of how women in STEMM navigate leadership in a neoliberal, post-feminist context
  • 2019
    Social Research Methods, Writing for Research
  • 2019
    Journal of Sociology, Exploring research relationships and other ethical challenges of participatory visual research in remote environments
  • 2018
    The Polar Journal, An evaluation of a leadership development programme for women in STEMM in Antarctica
  • 2018
    Sociological Research Online, Exploring Methodological Challenges of Using Participant-Produced Digital Video Diaries in Antarctica
  • 2017
    PLOS One, What style of leadership do women in STEMM fields perform? Findings from an international survey
  • 2014
    Routledge International Handbook of Race, Class, and Gender, Difficult conversations: race, class and gender in White Australia
  • 2012
    International Journal of Critical Indigenous Studies , Whitewashing the gap: The discursive practices of gender

Professional Memberships

  • The Australian Sociological Association