Researcher biography

Alice Campbell is a Postdoctoral Research Fellow in the ARC Centre of Excellence for Children and Families over the Life Course, at the Institute for Social Science Research. Alice has a PhD in Sociology from The University of Queensland. Alice's research expertise falls under the broad themes of the sociology of gender and sexuality, family dynamics, social inequalities, and longitudinal and life-course studies. Alice's research seeks to uncover and understand the ways in which women’s lives are structured by the intersecting forces of heteropatriarchy and neoliberalism, and the production of inequalities by sexual identity and gender. Her current research is focused on topics including women’s sexualities, gendered violence, the feminisation of poverty, and gender inequalities in paid and unpaid work.