Andrew Gorman-Murray
Andrew Gorman-Murray
Professor of Geography, Western Sydney University
Verified email at westernsydney.edu.au - Homepage
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Intimate mobilities: Emotional embodiment and queer migration
A Gorman-Murray
Social & Cultural Geography 10 (4), 441-460, 2009
2082009
Rethinking queer migration through the body
A Gorman-Murray
Social & Cultural Geography 8 (1), 105-121, 2007
1812007
Bodily rhythms: Corporeal capacities to engage with festival spaces
M Duffy, G Waitt, A Gorman-Murray, C Gibson
Emotion, space and society 4 (1), 17-24, 2011
1802011
Queering the family home: Narratives from gay, lesbian and bisexual youth coming out in supportive family homes in Australia
A Gorman-Murray
Gender, Place and Culture 15 (1), 31-44, 2008
1752008
Masculinity and the home: a critical review and conceptual framework
A Gorman-Murray
Australian geographer 39 (3), 367-379, 2008
1652008
Homeboys: uses of home by gay Australian men
A Gorman-Murray
Social & Cultural Geography 7 (1), 53-69, 2006
1522006
LGBT neighbourhoods and ‘new mobilities’: Towards understanding transformations in sexual and gendered urban landscapes
CJ Nash, A Gorman‐Murray
International Journal of Urban and Regional Research 38 (3), 756-772, 2014
1392014
Queer-friendly neighbourhoods: Interrogating social cohesion across sexual difference in two Australian neighbourhoods
A Gorman-Murray, G Waitt
Environment and Planning A 41 (12), 2855-2873, 2009
1242009
‘The guys in there just expect to be laid’: Embodied and gendered socio-spatial practices of a ‘night out’in Wollongong, Australia
G Waitt, L Jessop, A Gorman-Murray
Gender, Place and Culture 18 (02), 255-275, 2011
1182011
Gay and lesbian couples at home: identity work in domestic space
A Gorman-Murray
Home Cultures 3 (2), 145-167, 2006
1122006
A queer country? A case study of the politics of gay/lesbian belonging in an Australian country town
A Gorman-Murray, G Waitt, C Gibson
Australian Geographer 39 (2), 171-191, 2008
1112008
Reconciling self: gay men and lesbians using domestic materiality for identity management
A Gorman-Murray
Social & Cultural Geography 9 (3), 283-301, 2008
1112008
Contesting domestic ideals: queering the Australian home
A Gorman-Murray
Australian Geographer 38 (2), 195-213, 2007
1052007
Challenging heteronormativity in tourism studies: locating progress
G Waitt, K Markwell, A Gorman-Murray
Progress in Human Geography 32 (6), 781-800, 2008
942008
Reconfiguring domestic values: Meanings of home for gay men and lesbians
A Gorman‐Murray
Housing, Theory and Society 24 (3), 229-246, 2007
932007
Queering disasters: On the need to account for LGBTI experiences in natural disaster contexts
D Dominey-Howes, A Gorman-Murray, S McKinnon
Gender, Place & Culture 21 (7), 905-918, 2014
882014
Material geographies of household sustainability
A Gorman-Murray, R Lane
Ashgate Publishing, Ltd., 2012
852012
“It's about time you came out”: Sexualities, mobility and home
G Waitt, A Gorman‐Murray
Antipode 43 (4), 1380-1403, 2011
802011
Queering home or domesticating deviance? Interrogating gay domesticity through lifestyle television
A Gorman-Murray
International Journal of Cultural Studies 9 (2), 227-247, 2006
802006
Queer (ing) communication in research relationships: A conversation about subjectivities, methodologies and ethics
AW Gorman-Murray, L Johnston, GR Waitt
782010
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