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Priscilla Dunk-West

Senior Lecturer in Social Work, Flinders University, Australia

Dr Priscilla Dunk-West is senior lecturer in social work and the incoming Director of Studies for the Master of Social Work at Flinders University. A social worker and sociologist, her work is concerned with identity and self-making in contemporary life. She is co-editor of Sexual Identities and Sexuality in Social Work: Research and Reflections from Women in the Field, the author of How to be a Social Worker: A Critical Guide for Students and co-author of Sociological Social Work with Fiona Verity. Priscilla has taught across the social work curriculum in England and Australia over the past decade and continues to research in the areas of social work self-making; intimacy and relationships; gender and childhood and sexuality.