Highlighted publications

June 2020

Author/editor: Lactation After Infant Death

Year published: 2020

The June 2020 edition of the ‘Lactation after Infant Death’ Project Newsletter is available here.

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Lactation after infant death: an analysis of Australian healthcare agencies’ online health information

Author/editor: Lara Sweeney, Katherine Carroll, Debbie Noble-Carr & Catherine Waldby

Year published: 2020

Lactation is a potent signifier of maternal love and care commonly associated with early motherhood and infant survival. It is common, however, for bereaved mothers who have recently undergone miscarriage, stillbirth or infant death to produce breastmilk. Drawing on a critical feminist lens that...

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March 2020

Author/editor: Lactation After Infant Death

Year published: 2020

The March 2020 edition of the ‘Lactation after Infant Death’ Project Newsletter is available here.

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Naked loan selfies: Becoming collateral, becoming pornography

Author/editor: Liu, Jessie & Keane, Helen

Year published: 2020

Naked loan selfies are a Chinese Internet phenomenon in which naked selfies taken by young women are used as a form of collateral in peer-to-peer loaning systems. Despite being the subject of sensationalised media coverage in China, naked loan selfies have so far received only very limited academic...

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September 2020

Author/editor: Lactation After Infant Death

Year published: 2020

The September 2020 edition of the ‘Lactation after Infant Death’ Project Newsletter is available here.

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The “Lactation After Infant Death (AID) Framework”: A Guide for Online Health Information Provision About Lactation After Stillbirth and Infant Death

Author/editor: Katherine Carroll ‍‍, Debbie Noble-Carr, Lara Sweeney, and Catherine Waldby

Year published: 2020

Most parents who give birth to a stillborn infant, or who give birth then endure the death of their young infant, will encounter the onset of lactation (McGuinness et al., 2014). For breastfeeding parents who experience the death of their older infant, many will have established lactation or frozen...

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Theorising the Political Economy of Energy Transformations: Agency, Structure, Space, Process

Author/editor: Rebecca Pearse

Year published: 2020

This special section of New Political Economy demonstrates the value of critical environmental political economy for our understanding of energy, and possibilities for, just energy transformations. In the following essay, I identify key themes from the special issue papers addressing the political...

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December Newsletter

Author/editor: Lactation After Infant Death

Year published: 2019

The December 2019 edition of the ‘Lactation after Infant Death’ Project Newsletter is available here.

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Designated private breastfeeding spaces in the university sector: An audit of one Australian university

Author/editor: Kathryn Eden, Katherine Carroll, Rebecca Williamson, Andrea Butler, Julie Smith

Year published: 2019

Our study focuses on designated breastfeeding rooms on campus at a leading Australian university. Universities have a growing female staff and student cohort, including breastfeeding women who are legally protected to breastfeed. As part of a wider university initiative to improve gender equity and...

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June Newsletter

Author/editor: Lactation After Infant Death

Year published: 2019

The June 2019 edition of the ‘Lactation after Infant Death’ Project Newsletter is available here .

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