Professor of Digital Communication, RMIT University
Rob Cover is Professor of Digital Communication at RMIT University.
His recent books include:
Queer Youth Suicide, Culture and Identity: Unliveable Lives? - http://bit.ly/qys2012
Vulnerability and Exposure: Footballer Scandals, Masculine Identity and Ethics - http://bit.ly/VulnExp
Digital Identities: Creating and Communicating the Online Self - http://bit.ly/DigIdentities
Emergent Identities: New Sexualities, Genders and Relationships in a Digital Era - http://bit.ly/Em-Id
Flirting in the Era of #MeToo: Negotiating Intimacy (with A Bartlett and K Clarke) - http://bit.ly/flirting-book
Population, Mobility and Belonging: Population Concepts in Media, Culture and Society - http://bit.ly/populmb
Fake News in Digital Cultures (with A Haw and JD Thompson) - https://bit.ly/fake-news-digital
Rob is a chief investigator on several current and recently-completed ARC Projects:
AusQueerScreen: Representation of Gender and Sexual Diversity in Australian Film and Television, 1990-2010 (ARC Discovery DP180103321) - https://ausqueerscreen.net/
LGBTQ Migrations: Life Story Narratives in the South Australian GLAM Sector (ARC Linkage LP180100251) - http://bit.ly/3aI4Dsc
Queer Generations: Belonging and sexual citizenship among gender and sexual minority youth (ARC Discovery (ARC Discovery DP150101292) - http://bit.ly/QueerGen
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