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Dr Fairleigh Gilmour

Fairleigh GilmourBA (Hons) PhD (Monash)

Lecturer in Criminology and Gender Studies

Contact Details


Room G04, 262 Leith Walk
64 3 479 9019
Email fairleigh.gilmour@otago.ac.nz

Fairleigh Evelyn Gilmour specialises in both Criminology and Gender Studies. Her research interests include sex work governance; race, gender and class in media representations of crime; and the intersections of crime, addiction and mental health.

Teaching

I co-ordinate and teach:
GEND 210/ 310 Gender, Crime and Justice
GEND 206/ 306 Gender, Work and Consumer Culture

I teach sections of:
SOCI 103: Crime, Deviance and Social Transformation

Postgraduate Supervision

I will not be accepting further applications for graduate supervision until July 2019.

  • Media representations of crime
  • Gender and social media
  • Sex work
  • Alternative justice approaches

Current and Recent Students

Ola Kattoura PhD

Arab and Jewish Battered Women in Shelters

Bell Murphy PhD

Empowerment beyond the neoliberal self: An autoethnography of a feminist self defence teacher in Aotearoa

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Publications

Brickell, C., & Gilmour, F. (2019). The dialectics of motherhood in 1950s New Zealand. Journal of Family History. Advance online publication. doi: 10.1177/0363199019855107

Gilmour, F., & Vitis, L. (2017). Anti-rape narratives and masculinity in online space: A case study of two young men's responses to the Steubenville rape case. In M. Segrave & L. Vitis (Eds.), Gender, technology and violence. (pp. 79-99). Abingdon, UK: Routledge. doi: 10.4324/9781315441160

Vitis, L., & Gilmour, F. (2017). Dick pics on blast: A woman’s resistance to online sexual harassment using humour, art and Instagram. Crime, Media, Culture, 13(3), 335-355. doi: 10.1177/1741659016652445

Ham, J., & Gilmour, F. (2017). ‘We all have one’: Exit plans as a professional strategy in sex work. Work, Employment & Society, 31(5), 748-763. doi: 10.1177/0950017016666198

Gilmour, F. (2017). From decriminalisation to professionalisation: The limits of legal frameworks in understanding worker rights. Proceedings of the Sociological Association of Aotearoa, New Zealand (SAANZ) Conference: Respect Existence or Expect Resistance. (pp. 42). Retrieved from http://www.otago.ac.nz/saanz

Chapter in Book - Research

Gilmour, F., & Vitis, L. (2017). Anti-rape narratives and masculinity in online space: A case study of two young men's responses to the Steubenville rape case. In M. Segrave & L. Vitis (Eds.), Gender, technology and violence. (pp. 79-99). Abingdon, UK: Routledge. doi: 10.4324/9781315441160

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Journal - Research Article

Brickell, C., & Gilmour, F. (2019). The dialectics of motherhood in 1950s New Zealand. Journal of Family History. Advance online publication. doi: 10.1177/0363199019855107

Vitis, L., & Gilmour, F. (2017). Dick pics on blast: A woman’s resistance to online sexual harassment using humour, art and Instagram. Crime, Media, Culture, 13(3), 335-355. doi: 10.1177/1741659016652445

Ham, J., & Gilmour, F. (2017). ‘We all have one’: Exit plans as a professional strategy in sex work. Work, Employment & Society, 31(5), 748-763. doi: 10.1177/0950017016666198

Gilmour, F. E. (2016). Work conditions and job mobility in the Australian indoor sex industry. Sociological Research Online, 21(4). doi: 10.5153/sro.4166

Gilmour, F. (2013). The girl in the cellar: Media representations of Natascha Kampusch. Current Issues in Criminal Justice, 25(2), 645-666.

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Conference Contribution - Published proceedings: Abstract

Gilmour, F. (2017). From decriminalisation to professionalisation: The limits of legal frameworks in understanding worker rights. Proceedings of the Sociological Association of Aotearoa, New Zealand (SAANZ) Conference: Respect Existence or Expect Resistance. (pp. 42). Retrieved from http://www.otago.ac.nz/saanz

Gilmour, F. (2016). Exploring work conditions and mobility in the Australian sex industry. Proceedings of the Space, Race, Bodies II Conference: Sovereignty and Migration in a Carceral Age. (pp. 33-34). Retrieved from http://www.spaceracebodies.com/

Vitis, L., & Gilmour, F. (2015). Dick pics on blast: Women's resistance to online sexual harassment using humour, art and instagram. Proceedings of the 3rd International Crime, Justice and Social Democracy Conference. (pp. 59). Retrieved from http://docplayer.net/1752851-Crime-justice-and-social-democracy-program-of-the-3rd-international-conference-2015.html

Gilmour, F. (2014). Transitions in and out of sex work: Surveillance, safety and mobility. Proceedings of the 8th Annual Australian and New Zealand Critical Criminology Conference. (pp. 17). Retrieved from profiles.arts.monash.edu.au/asher-flynn/files/2012/06/Final-Program.pdf

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Conference Contribution - Verbal presentation and other Conference outputs

Gilmour, F. (2016, October). God's place in hell: Spiritual and secular philosophies in alternative approaches to justice. Verbal presentation at the Is Prison Obsolete? Conference, Brisbane, Australia.

Gilmour, F. (2015, April). Transitions in and out of sex work: Regulatory schema, work conditions and career trajectories in the Australian sex industry. Verbal presentation at the Troubling Prostitution Conference: Exploring Intersections of Sex, Intimacy and Labour, Vienna, Austria.

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Awarded Doctoral Degree

Gilmour, F. E. (2016). Sex work careers: Career trajectories in the Australian indoor sex industry (PhD). Monash University, Melbourne, Australia. Retrieved from http://arrow.monash.edu.au/hdl/1959.1/1263568

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