Publication: “(In)Credible Subjects: NGOs, Attorneys, and Permissible LGBT Asylum Seeker Identities”

Very proud to have my research published in the Political and Legal Anthropology Review. The journal is doing an impressive job responding to current trends and events without long delay, and is making a great deal of material Open Access. Full citation: McGuirk, S. (2018), (In)credible Subjects: NGOs, Attorneys, and Permissible LGBT Asylum Seeker Identities. PoLAR, 41: 4-18. … Continue reading Publication: “(In)Credible Subjects: NGOs, Attorneys, and Permissible LGBT Asylum Seeker Identities”

Curation: “Exchanging Cultures of Equality”

Working through an intense lead-in time of just under two months, we launched our exhibition Exchanging Cultures of Equality to an extremely positive response from GlobalGRACE project partners and the general public alike. You can explore the exhibition in detail through the dedicated website, which I made to act as a virtual guide and archive. It … Continue reading Curation: “Exchanging Cultures of Equality”

Publication: “Queer Migration Activisms ‘After Marriage'”

Proud to see our co-authored, academic-activist collaboration "Centering Intersectional Politics: Queer migration activisms 'after marriage'" included in this brilliant book - one in a three-volume series exploring queer politics, experience, and activism in post-'marriage equality' USA. Co-authored with my continuously brilliant colleagues/co-conspirators Jara Carrington, Claudia Cojocaru, Jamila Hammami, & Marzena Zukowska. To my mind, this … Continue reading Publication: “Queer Migration Activisms ‘After Marriage'”