The Swinburne Institute for Social Research
The Swinburne Institute for Social Research is one of the largest social science and humanities research centres in Australia. We produce relevant and outstanding research across a range of critical issues, including the sustainability of our cities, the impact of digital technologies, and the movement of people across borders. Or researchers work with industry, government and community partners to extend the evidence base, identify solutions to complex problems and contribute to public debate.
Noted Works: After Homosexual
Swinburne sociology lecturer Peter Robinson reviews the book After Homosexual: The Legacies ...
Asylum seekers and the dignity of work
Swinburne Research Fellow Peter Mares takes an in-depth look at asylum seekers ...
Australia puzzles a world with far more asylum seekers of its own
Swinburne Professor Klaus Neumann looks at the Australia's asylum seeker policies from ...
Friday 15 August
Jean Burgess and Axel Bruns speak about the emerging challenges for social media research.
A reading group for all Swinburne staff and students researching in field of Aboriginal, Torres Strait Islander and international Indigenous studies.
Wednesday 27 August
Five excellent presentations and lively discussion on a broad range of topics.