Position

Professor - Matthew Flinders Distinguished Professor
School of the Environment

Biography

Iain Hay is Matthew Flinders Distinguished Professor of Geography at Flinders University and former Australian Discipline Scholar for the Arts, Social Sciences and Humanities. He is a past President of the Institute of Australian Geographers and is currently Vice-President of the International Geographical Union. Iain completed his PhD at the University of Washington as a Fulbright Scholar and received a LittD from the University of Canterbury for work on geographies of domination and oppression. He is author or editor of many books including Qualitative Research Methods in Human Geography (4th edn Oxford 2016) and Handbook on Wealth and the Super-Rich (Elgar 2016) and has had editorial roles with an array of journals, most recently as Editor-in-Chief of Geographical Research. Iain received the 2006 Prime Minister's Award for Australian University Teacher of the Year and in 2014 was elected as a Fellow of the Academy of Social Sciences (UK).

Qualifications

Educational

  • BSc (1st class Honours in Geography) Canterbury 1983
  • MA (with Distinction in Geography) Massey 1985
  • PhD Washington 1989
  • GradCertTertEd Flinders 1996
  • MEdMgmt Flinders 2004
  • LittD Canterbury 2009

Honours, awards and grants

  • 2016 Massey University Distinguished Alumni Achievement Award, NZ.
  • 2015 Green Gown Australasia Award.
  • 2014 Fellow, Academy of Social Sciences, UK.
  • 2013 Principal Fellow, Higher Education Academy, UK.
  • 2013 Fellow, New Zealand Geographical Society
  • 2012 Educator-in-Residence, National University of Singapore.
  • 2011 Distinguished New Zealand Geographer Medal, presented by the NZ Geographical Society.
  • 2010 Inaugural Association of American Geographers E. Willard and Ruby S. Miller Award, for "outstanding contributions to the discipline of geography due to his special competence in teaching and research, especially his work in international education reflecting sustained professional commitments, mentorship and leadership."
  • 2009 Taylor and Francis Award of the Royal Geographical Society with the Institute of British Geographers "for excellence in the promotion and practice of teaching and learning in Geography in Higher Education."
  • 2009 Fellow, Australian College of Educators.
  • 2009 The Council of Education Associations of South Australia, Award "in recognition of outstanding contribution to the teaching profession in South Australia."
  • 2008 Australian Geography Teachers Association (AGTA) Award.
  • 2008 Fellow, Institute of Australian Geographers.
  • 2006 Prime Minister's Award for Australian University Teacher of the Year
  • 2006 Carrick Award for Australian University Teaching Excellence (Social Sciences)
  • 2006 Carrick Australian Awards for University Teaching Citation for Outstanding Contribution to Student Learning"For sustained leadership and scholarship dedicated to improving the quality of geography learning and teaching within Australia and internationally."
  • 2006 Fellow, Australian Institute of Company Directors.
  • 2005 Australian Institute of Urban Studies Research Prize
  • 2004 Fellow, Australian Institute of Management.
  • 2000 Life Fellow, Governor's Leadership Foundation (South Australia).
  • Vice-Chancellor's Award for Excellence in Teaching, Flinders University 1995, 2000 & 2005
  • 1998 The Ian Potter and George Alexander Foundations Travel Grant 1996 The Geographical Congress '88 Trust Travel Grant
  • 1994 British Academy Visiting Fellow
  • 1989 Fulbright Cultural Enrichment Grant and Fulbright Professional Enhancement Grant
  • 1985 Fulbright-Hayes Travel Award

Key responsibilities

See summary cv

Teaching interests

See summary cv

Foundation Member, Flinders University College of Distinguished Educators

Topic Coordinator:

Topic Lecturer:

Research interests

  • Economic, cultural and social geography
  • Geographies of domination and oppression
  • Geographies of the super-rich
  • Qualitative methods and research ethics
  • Geographical education

Supervisory interests

  • Cultural Geography
  • Economic Geography
  • Environmental management
  • Gender and Geography
  • Geographical Education
  • Geographies of the Super-rich
  • Geography and Ethics
  • Human Geography - general
  • Political Geography
  • Social Geography

RHD research supervision

Current

Principal supervisor : human geography, human-environment relations, climate change adaptation (1) ; applied ecology, GIS, conservation (1) ; human geography, environmental education (1) ;

Associate supervisor : human geography, environmental education, sustainability (1) ;

Completion

Principal supervisor : GIS, health geography (1) ; human geography, indigenous-settler relations, colonization, land management (1) ; human geography, indigenous cultural markers, cultural imperialism (1) ; human-environment relations, bushfire management (1) ; human-environment relations, Indonesia, solid-waste management (1) ;

Associate supervisor : human geography, gambling, homelessness (1) ; human geography, urban planning, critical geography, sustainability, discourse (1) ; human geography, volunteering (1) ; human geography, social capital, sport (1) ; human geography, citizenship, Japan (1) ; human geography, public participation, tourism planning, Malaysia (1) ;

RHD Student Achievements

  • Noel Richards
    Royal Geographical Society of South Australia John Lewis Silver Medal - April 2009
  • Edoardo Rosso
    Royal Geographical Society of South Australia John Lewis Silver Medal - April 2011
  • Gavin Malone
    Institute of Australian Geographers' Postgraduate Award - April 2012
  • Irene Sahertian
    Royal Geographical Society of South Australia John Lewis Silver Medal - April 2014
  • Paul Johnson
    Royal Geographical Society of South Australia John Lewis Silver Medal - April 2016
  • Michiyo Yoshida
    Royal Geographical Society of South Australia John Lewis Silver Medal

Publications

  • Schulz, S.J. and Hay, I.M. (2016). Taking up Caletrio’s challenge: Silence and the construction of wealth eliteness in Jamie Johnson’s documentary film Born Rich. In Hay, I. and Beaverstock, J. V., ed. Handbook on Wealth and the Super-Rich. United Kingdom: Edward Elgar, pp. 155-177.
    [10.4337/9781783474042.00015]
  • Marzuki, A. and Hay, I.M. (2016). Stakeholder, tourism. In Jafari, Jafar, Xiao, Honggen, ed. Encyclopedia of Tourism. Switzerland: Springer, pp. 1-3.
    [10.1007/978-3-319-01669-6_389-1]
  • Mansvelt, J., Breheny, M. and Hay, I.M. (2016). ‘Life’s Little Luxuries?’: The Social and Spatial Construction of Luxury. In J. Armitage & J. Roberts, ed. Critical Luxury Studies: Art, Design, Media. Edinburgh, Scotland: Edinburgh University Press, pp. 88-107.
    [Web Link]
  • Beaverstock, J.V. and Hay, I.M. (2016). They’ve ‘never had it so good’: the rise and rise of the super-rich and wealth inequality. In Hay, I. and Beaverstock, J. V., ed. Handbook on Wealth and Super-Rich. Cheltenham, United Kingdom: Edward Elgar, pp. 1-17.
    [10.4337/9781783474042.00007]
  • Hay, I.M. (2016). On plutonomy: economy, power and the wealthy few in the second Gilded Age. In Hay, I. and Beaverstock, J. V., ed. Handbook on Wealth and Super-Rich. Cheltenham, United Kingdom: Edward Elgar, pp. 68-93.
    [10.4337/9781783474042.00011]
  • Hay, I. (2015). Earthquake Insurance Reform in New Zealand. In Tobin, G.A. and Montz, B.E., ed. Evolving Approaches to Understanding Natural Hazards. Newcastle Upon Tyne, United Kingdom: Cambridge Scholars Publishing, pp. 318-330.
  • Hay, I.M. (2013). Geography and Ethics. In B Warf, ed. Oxford Bibliographies in Geography. New York, USA: Oxford University Press, pp. 1-18.
    [10.1093/OBO/9780199874002-0093]
  • Hay, I.M. (2013). Foreword: From Kosrae to Kensington: uncovering cartographies of abundance. In Iain Hay, ed. Geographies of the Super-Rich. Cheltenham UK: Edward Elgar, pp. xv-xviii.
    [Scopus]
  • Hay, I.M. (2013). Establishing geographies of the super-rich: axes of analysis of abundance. In I Hay, ed. Geographies of the Super-Rich. Cheltenham, UK: Edward Elgar Publishing, pp. 1-25.
    [Scopus] [Scopus]
  • Israel, M.A. and Hay, I.M. (2012). Research Ethics in Criminology. In D. Gadd, S. Karsted & S. Messner, ed. Sage Handbook of Criminological Research Methods. London, UK: Sage Publications, pp. 500-514.
  • Hay, I.M. and Beaverstock, J.V. (Eds.). (2016). Handbook on Wealth and the Super-Rich. Edward Egar Publishing.
    [10.4337/9781783474042]
  • Hay, I.M. (Ed.). (2016). Qualitative Research Methods in Human Geography. Fourth Edition ed. Oxford University Press.
    [Web Link]
  • Phelan, L., McBain, B., Ferguson, A., Brown, P., Hay, I.M., Horsfield, R., et al. (2015). Learning and Teaching Academic Standards Statement for Environment and Sustainability. Sydney: Office for Learning and Teaching.
  • Hay, I. and Giles, P. (2015). Communicating in Geography and the Environmental Sciences. second ed. Toronto: Oxford University Press.
    [Web Link]
  • Hay, I., Bochner, D., Blacket, G. and Dungey, C. (2015). Communication Skills Guidebook. Melbourne: Oxford University Press.
    [Web Link] [Web Link]
  • Hay, I.M. (Ed.). (2013). Geographies of the Super-Rich. Cheltenham UK: Edward Elgar.
    [Web Link]
  • Hay, I.M. and Israel, M.A. (2012). Etika istraživanja u društvenim naukama: izmeðu etickog ponašanja i poštovanja propisa [The ethics of research in the social sciences: between ethical behaviour and compliance] Belgrade, Serbia: JP Službeni Glasnik.
  • Hay, I.M. (2012). Communicating in Geography and the Environmental Sciences. 4th ed. Melbourne, Australia.: Oxford University Press..
  • Hay, I.M. (2012). Making the Grade. A Guide to Successful Communication and Study. 4th ed. Melbourne: Oxford University Press.
  • Hay, I.M. (2011). Communicating in Geography and the Environmental Sciences. 1st Canadian Edition. ed. Toronto, Canada: Oxford University Press.
  • Hay, I.M. (Ed.). (2011). Inspiring Academics. Learning with the World's Great University Teachers. New York: Open University Press.
  • Hay, I.M. (Ed.). (2011). Inspiring Academics. Learning with the World's Great University Teachers. Maidenhead, Berkshire: Open University Press.
  • Hay, I., Bochner, D., Dungey, C. and Perret, N. (2011). Making the Grade. A Guide to Study and Success. Canadian ed. Toronto: Oxford University Press.
    [Web Link]
  • Hay, I.M. (Ed.). (2010). Qualitative Research Methods in Human Geography. 3rd ed. Melbourne: Oxford University Press.
    [Web Link]
  • Hay, I.M. (Ed.). (2010). Qualitative research methods in human geography. Third ed. Ontario, Canada: Oxford University Press.
  • Hay, I.M. (2010). Geography Standards - Australian Learning and Teaching Academic Standards Statement. Sydney: Australian Learning and Teaching Council.
  • Israel, M.A. and Hay, I.M. (2006). Research Ethics for Social Scientists: Between Ethical Conduct and Regulatory Compliance. London, UK: Sage Publications.
  • Hay, I.M. and Israel, M.A. (2006). Research Ethics for Social Scientists: between ethical conduct and regulatory compliance. London, UK: Sage Publications.
  • Hay, I.M. (1992). Money, Medicine and Malpractice in American Society. New York: Praeger Publishers.
  • Hay, I.M. (1989). The Caring Commodity. The provision of health care in New Zealand. Auckland, New Zealand.: Oxford University Press..
  • Hay, I.M. (2013). Key Thinkers on Space and Place, 2nd edition. Geographical Research. 51(1) pp. 106-107.
    [Web Link]
  • Hay, I.M. (2012). Geography in Australia: The Right Place to Be. The Subject Guide 2012. Hove, Sussex, UK: i-studentadvisor.
    [Web Link]
  • Hay, I.M. (2016). Why Edit a Journal? Academic Irony and Paradox. The Professional Geographer, 68(1) pp. 159-165.
    [10.1080/00330124.2015.1062704] [Scopus]
  • Li, Y., Wu, F. and Hay, I. (2015). City-region integration policies and their incongruous outcomes: The case of Shantou-Chaozhou-Jieyang city-region in east Guangdong Province, China. Habitat International, 46 pp. 214-222.
    [10.1016/j.habitatint.2014.12.006] [Scopus]
  • Hay, I. and Muller, S. (2014). Questioning generosity in the Golden Age of Philanthropy: Towards critical geographies of super-philanthropy. Progress In Human Geography, 38(5) pp. 635-653.
    [10.1177/0309132513500893] [Scopus] [Web Link]
  • Hay, I.M., Bartlett-Trafford, J., Chang, T., Kneale, P. and Szili, G.E. (2013). Advice and reflections for a university teacher beginning an academic career. Journal of Geography in Higher Education, 37(4) pp. 578-594.
    [10.1080/03098265.2013.828276] [Scopus]
  • Marzuki, A. and Hay, I. (2013). Towards a Public Participation Framework in Tourism Planning. Tourism Planning and Development, 10(4) pp. 494-512.
    [10.1080/21568316.2013.804432] [Scopus]
  • Salverda, T. and Hay, I. (2013). Change, anxiety and exclusion in the post-colonial reconfiguration of Franco-Mauritian elite geographies. The Geographical Journal,
    [10.1111/geoj.12041] [Scopus]
  • Hay, I. and Muller, S. (2012). 'That Tiny, Stratospheric Apex That Owns Most of the World'- Exploring Geographies of the Super-Rich. Geographical Research, 50(1) pp. 75-88.
    [10.1111/j.1745-5871.2011.00739.x] [Scopus]
  • Hay, I. (2012). Over the Threshold-Setting Minimum Learning Outcomes (Benchmarks) for Undergraduate Geography Majors in Australian Universities. Journal of Geography in Higher Education, 36(4) pp. 481-498.
    [10.1080/03098265.2012.691467] [Scopus] [Web Link]
  • Marzuki, A., Hay, I. and James, J.A. (2012). Public participation shortcomings in tourism planning: the case of the Langkawi Islands, Malaysia. Journal of Sustainable Tourism, 20(4) pp. 585-602.
    [10.1080/09669582.2011.638384] [Scopus]
  • Donert, K., Hay, I.M., Theobald, R., Valiunaite, V. and Wakefield, K. (2011). International Collaboration in Organizations Promoting Geography Education: Exploring Success and Acknowledging Limitations. Journal of Geography in Higher Education, 35(3) pp. 445-455.
    [10.1080/03098265.2011.589826] [Scopus]
  • Bednarz, S.W., Chalkley, B., Fletcher, S., Hay, I.M., Le Heron, E., Mohan, A., et al. (2008). Community engagement for student learning in geography. Journal of Geography in Higher Education, 32(1) pp. 87-100.
    [10.1080/03098260701731553] [Scopus]
  • Hay, I.M. (2008). Postcolonial practices for a global virtual group: the case of the international network for learning and teaching geography in higher education (INLT) Journal of Geography in Higher Education, 32(1) pp. 15-32.
    [10.1080/03098260701728534] [Scopus]
  • McEwen, L., Monk, J., Hay, I.M., Kneale, P. and King, H. (2008). Strength in diversity: enhancing learning in vocationally-orientated, master's level courses. Journal of Geography in Higher Education, 32(1) pp. 101-119.
    [10.1080/03098260701731579] [Scopus]
  • Hay, I.M. (2006). Leadership of stability and leadership of volatility: transactional and transformational leaderships compared. Academic Leadership, 4(4)
    [Scopus]
  • Hay, I.M., Hughes, A.G. and Tutton, M. (2004). Monuments, memory and marginalisation in Adelaide's Prince Henry Gardens. Geografiska Annaler (Series B - Human Geography) 86(3) pp. 201-216.
    [Scopus]
  • McFarlane, T.A. and Hay, I.M. (2003). Battle for Seattle: protest and popular geopolitics in The Australian newspaper. Political Geography, 22(2) pp. 211-232.
    [10.1016/S0962-6298(02)00090-2] [Scopus]
  • Hay, I.M. and Beaverstock, J.V. (Eds.). (2016). Handbook on Wealth and the Super-Rich. Edward Egar Publishing.
    [10.4337/9781783474042]
  • Hay, I.M. (Ed.). (2016). Qualitative Research Methods in Human Geography. Fourth Edition ed. Oxford University Press.
    [Web Link]
  • Hay, I.M. (Ed.). (2013). Geographies of the Super-Rich. Cheltenham UK: Edward Elgar.
    [Web Link]
  • Mansvelt, J., Breheny, M. and Hay, I.M. (2016). ‘Life’s Little Luxuries?’: The Social and Spatial Construction of Luxury. In J. Armitage & J. Roberts, ed. Critical Luxury Studies: Art, Design, Media. Edinburgh, Scotland: Edinburgh University Press, pp. 88-107.
    [Web Link]
  • Hay, I.M. (2016). Why Edit a Journal? Academic Irony and Paradox. The Professional Geographer, 68(1) pp. 159-165.
    [10.1080/00330124.2015.1062704] [Scopus]
  • Li, Y., Wu, F. and Hay, I. (2015). City-region integration policies and their incongruous outcomes: The case of Shantou-Chaozhou-Jieyang city-region in east Guangdong Province, China. Habitat International, 46 pp. 214-222.
    [10.1016/j.habitatint.2014.12.006] [Scopus]
  • Hay, I. and Muller, S. (2014). Questioning generosity in the Golden Age of Philanthropy: Towards critical geographies of super-philanthropy. Progress In Human Geography, 38(5) pp. 635-653.
    [10.1177/0309132513500893] [Scopus] [Web Link]
  • Salverda, T. and Hay, I. (2013). Change, anxiety and exclusion in the post-colonial reconfiguration of Franco-Mauritian elite geographies. The Geographical Journal,
    [10.1111/geoj.12041] [Scopus]
  • Hay, I.M., Bartlett-Trafford, J., Chang, T., Kneale, P. and Szili, G.E. (2013). Advice and reflections for a university teacher beginning an academic career. Journal of Geography in Higher Education, 37(4) pp. 578-594.
    [10.1080/03098265.2013.828276] [Scopus]
  • Marzuki, A. and Hay, I. (2013). Towards a Public Participation Framework in Tourism Planning. Tourism Planning and Development, 10(4) pp. 494-512.
    [10.1080/21568316.2013.804432] [Scopus]

Professional and community engagement

  • Member (observer), Australian Academy of Sciences' National Committee for Geographical Sciences 2015+
  • Vice-President, International Geographical Union 2014-2018
  • Editor-in-Chief, Geographical Research 2014-2016
  • Vice-President (immediate past President), Institute of Australian Geographers 2012-2014
  • President, Institute of Australian Geographers 2010-2012
  • Vice-President (President Elect), Institute of Australian Geographers 2008-2010
  • Chair, Australian Academy of Sciences' National Committee for Geography 2005-2006
  • Chair, Australian Heads of Geography Committee 2002-2004
  • Co-Founder and Director, International Network for Learning and Teaching Geography 1999-2005
  • Invited Member, Australian Academy of Sciences National Committee for Geography 1999-2005
  • Secretary, Institute of Australian Geographers 1998-2001
  • Member of Council, Royal Geographical Society of South Australia 1996-2000
  • Member of Council, Institute of Australian Geographers 1995-8
  • Trustee, South Australian Business Vision 2010 2001-2008
  • Association of American Geographers' International Research and Scholarly Exchange Committee 1992-5

Contact

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Location: Earth Sciences Building (308)
Postal address: GPO Box 2100, Adelaide 5001, South Australia

Further information

For further information see my summary cv (pdf document format). A full cv is available upon request.

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