Dr Rogena Sterling
Qualifications: PhD, LLM (1st Class Honours), LLB, Cert. TESOL
He tangata Irarua, Pākehā of ngāti Stirlingshire, Pict (Scotland) descent
Dr. Rogena Sterling was the first Intersex person to get a PhD in New Zealand and is a legal and multidisciplinary scholar. They are a research officer at Te Kotahi Research Institute, chairperson of Intersex Aotearoa and a board member of Pacific Women’s Watch. Their research focus is on human rights, Identity and well-being, biopolitics of data and statistics, intersex issues, tikanga and environmental law, and Gaelic/Pict Customary law. They have been on human rights and intersex advisory panels and bodies in New Zealand.
Sterling, R. (2021). The power of intersex identity and sense of belonging. In Storyo. Retrieved from https://www.storyo.co/stories/rogena-sterling
Martin-Anatias, N., Long, N. J., Davies, S. G., Pounamu, J. A., Appleton, N. S., Deckert, A., . . . Tunufa'i, L. (2021). Lockdown Ibuism: Experiences of Indonesian migrant mothers during the COVID-19 Pandemic in Aotearoa New Zealand. Intersections: Gender and Sexuality in Asia and the Pacific, April(45).
Appleton, N. S., Long, N., Aikman, P., Davies, S., Deckert, A., Fehoko, E., . . . Tunufai, L. (2021). (Alter)narratives of ‘winning’: Supermarket and healthcare workers’ experiences of COVID-19 in Aotearoa New Zealand. In Association of Social Anthropologists of the UK (ASA): Responsibility [Online]. Hosted by the Department of Social Anthropology, University of St Andrews, UK.
Sterling, R., Riddle, K. -L., Brooks Tūrongo, R., & Hudson, M. (2021). Understanding Māori rights and interests in intellectual property arising from research and innovation. Te Kotahi Research Institute University of Waikato. Retrieved from https://www.sftichallenge.govt.nz/
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Health; Human Rights; Indigenous Rights; Intellectual Property; Philosophy; Social Policy
Identity and well-being, Sex/Gender and Intersex issues