Position/s

Lecturer Level D
School of International Studies

Qualifications

B.A. (Adel), B.A. (Hons) (Adel), M.(Econ) (Manc) Ph.D. (Manc)

Teaching interests

Culture and International Development; Critical Race Studies; Cultures of Mobility and Multiple Modernities; Gender Studies 

Topic Coordinator:

  • DVST3001  Beyond the West and the Rest. Global Inequality and International Development
  • DVST9013  Applied Development
  • DVST9023  Research Practice

Topic Lecturer:

Research interests

politics of knowledge; colonial pasts/postcolonial presents; critical race and whiteness studies; transnational people flows, identity and community;  narrative theory;

Publications

  • Haggis, J. (2012). White Australia and Otherness: The Limits to Hospitality. In A Hayes & R Mason, ed. Cultures in Refuge. Seeking Sanctuary in Modern Australia. Farnham, UK: Ashgate Publishing, pp. 15-30.
    [Web Link]
  • Haggis, J. and Schech, S.B. (2009). Migrants, masculinities and work in the Australian national imaginary. In Donaldson, M., Higgins, R., Howson R. and Pease, B., ed. Migrant men: Critical studies of masculinities and the migration experience. New York, US: Routledge, pp. 60-76.
  • Schech, S.B. and Haggis, J. (2008). Culture and Development. In Vandana Desai and Robert Potter, ed. The Companion to Development Studies. 2nd ed. London, UK: Hodder, pp. 50-54.
  • Haggis, J. (2004). Thoughts on a politics of whiteness in a (never quite post) colonial country: abolitionism, essentialism and incommensurability. In Aileen Moreton-Robinson, ed. Whitening Race : Essays in social and cultural criticism. Canberra, ACT: AIATSIS Aboriginal Studies Press, pp. 48-58.
  • Schech, S.B. and Haggis, J. (2004). Terrains of migrancy and whiteness: how British migrants locate themselves in Australia. In Aileen Moreton-Robinson, ed. Whitening Race : Essays in social and cultural criticism. Canberra, ACT: AIATSIS Aboriginal Studies Press, pp. 176-191.
  • Haggis, J. (2003). White women and colonialism: towards a non-recuperative history. In Reina Lewis and Sara Mills, ed. Feminist Postcolonial Theory. New York, NY: Taylor and Francis, pp. 161-189.
  • Haggis, J. and Schech, S.B. (2002). Introduction: pathways to culture and development. In Development: a Cultural Studies Reader. Oxford, UK: Blackwell Publishing, pp. xiii-xxiii.
  • Schech, S.B. and Haggis, J. (2000). Migrancy, whiteness and the settler self in contemporary Australia. In John Docker and Gerhard Fischer, ed. Race, colour and identity in Australia and New Zealand. Sydney: University of New South Wales Press, pp. 231-239.
    [Web Link]
  • Haggis, J. and Schech, S.B. (1999). Incoherence and whiteness: reflections on a study of settler life histories. In Belinda McKay, ed. Unmasking whiteness: race relations and reconciliation. Nathan: Queensland Studies Centre, Griffiths University, pp. 45-51.
  • Schech, S.B. and Haggis, J. (2003). Culture and development a critical introduction. Taipei: Chu Liu Book Company.
  • Schech, S.B. and Haggis, J. (2002). Development: A Cultural Studies Reader. Oxford, UK: Blackwell Publishing.
  • Schech, S.B. and Haggis, J. (2000). Culture and Development: A critical Introduction. Oxford: Blackwell Publishing.
  • Haggis, J. (2012). The Postcolonial Eye: White Australian Desire and the Visual Field of Race. Australian Feminist Studies, 23(57) pp. 333-334.
    [10.1080/08164649.2012.709034]
  • Cardell, K. and Haggis, J. (2011). Contemporary Perspectives on Epistolarity. Life Writing, 8(2) pp. 129-133.
    [10.1080/14484528.2011.559731]
  • Cardell, K. and Haggis, J. (2011). Co-editor. Life Writing. Special Issue: To the Letter ed. Taylor and Francis. 8(2) pp. 129-236.
    [10.1080/14484528.2011.559731]
  • Haggis, J., Schech, S.B., Baulderstone, J.M. and Ellickson, C.M. (2005). Occasional Paper: Gender Equity in DECS - A Focus on Women, pp. 1-44.
    [Web Link]
  • Schech, S.B. and Haggis, J. (2003). Culture and Development: A Critical Introduction (Chinese language translation)
  • Koerner, C. and Haggis, J. (2011). In Relationship with Indigenous Sovereignty. In Damien W. Riggs and Clemence Due, ed. Directions and Intersections. Australian Critical Race and Whiteness Association. Proceedings of the 2011 Australian Critical Race and Whiteness Studies Association and Indigenous Studies Research Network Joint Conference. Surfers Paradise, Queensland. Dec 2011, pp. 122-132.
  • Allen, M. and Haggis, J. (2013). True Friends or False? The changing nature of relationships between Indian and British missionary women in the imperial contact zone of India, c1880-1940. Outskirts, 28
    [Web Link]
  • Haggis, J. and Mulholland, M. (2013). Rethinking difference and sex education: from cultural inclusivity to normative diversity. Sex Education: Sexuality Society and Learning, 14(1) pp. 57-66.
    [10.1080/14681811.2013.824873]
  • Haggis, J. (2012). What an 'Archive Rat' reveals to us about storying theory and the nature of history. Australian Feminist Studies, 27(73) pp. 289-295.
    [10.1080/08164649.2012.706522] [Scopus]
  • Haggis, J. and Holmes, M.E. (2011). Epistles to Emails: Letters, relationship building and the virtual age. Life Writing, 8(2) pp. 169-185.
    [10.1080/14484528.2011.559733] [Scopus]
  • Haggis, J. and Schech, S.B. (2010). Refugees, settlement processes and citizenship making: an Australian case study. National Identities, 12(4) pp. 365-379.
    [10.1080/14608944.2010.520972] [10.1080/14608944.2010.520972] [Scopus]
  • Haggis, J. and Allen, M. (2008). Imperial emotions: affective communities of mission in British Protestant women's missionary publications c1880-1920. Journal of Social History, 41(3) pp. 691-716.
    [Scopus]
  • Haggis, J., Schech, S.B. and Rainbird, S.J. (2007). From refugee to settlement case worker: cultural brokers in the contact zone and the border work of identity. International Journal of Diversity in Organisations, Communities and Nations, 7(1) pp. 237-248.
  • Haggis, J. (2004). Beyond race and whiteness? Reflections on the new abolitionists and an Australian critical whiteness studies. Borderlands E-Journal, 3(2)
    [Web Link]
  • Schech, S.B. and Haggis, J. (2001). Migrancy, Multiculturalism and Whiteness, Re-charting Core Identitites in Australia. Communal Plural: Journal of Trans-National and Cross-Cultural Studies, 9(2) pp. 143-159.
  • Haggis, J. (2001). The Social Memory of a Colonial Frontier. Australian Feminist Studies, 16(34) pp. 92-99.
  • Haggis, J. and Schech, S.B. (2000). Meaning well and global good manners: reflections on white western feminist cross-cultural praxis. Australian Feminist Studies, 15(33) pp. 387-399.
    [10.1080/713611987]
  • Haggis, J., Schech, S.B. and Fitzgerald, G. (1999). Narrating lives, narrating whiteness - a research note. Journal of Australian Studies, 23(60) pp. 168-173.
    [10.1080/14443059909387464]
  • Schech, S.B. and Haggis, J. (1998). Post-colonialism, identity and location: being white Australian in Asia. Environment and Planning D-Society and Space, 16 pp. 615-629.
    [10.1068/d160615]
  • Schech, S.B. and Haggis, J. (2003). Culture and development a critical introduction. Taipei: Chu Liu Book Company.
  • Schech, S.B. and Haggis, J. (2002). Development: A Cultural Studies Reader. Oxford, UK: Blackwell Publishing.
  • Schech, S.B. and Haggis, J. (2000). Culture and Development: A critical Introduction. Oxford: Blackwell Publishing.
  • Haggis, J. and Schech, S.B. (2009). Migrants, masculinities and work in the Australian national imaginary. In Donaldson, M., Higgins, R., Howson R. and Pease, B., ed. Migrant men: Critical studies of masculinities and the migration experience. New York, US: Routledge, pp. 60-76.
  • Haggis, J. and Allen, M. (2008). Imperial emotions: affective communities of mission in British Protestant women's missionary publications c1880-1920. Journal of Social History, 41(3) pp. 691-716.
    [Scopus]
  • Haggis, J. (2004). Beyond race and whiteness? Reflections on the new abolitionists and an Australian critical whiteness studies. Borderlands E-Journal, 3(2)
    [Web Link]
  • Haggis, J. (2001). The Social Memory of a Colonial Frontier. Australian Feminist Studies, 16(34) pp. 92-99.
  • Schech, S.B. and Haggis, J. (2001). Migrancy, Multiculturalism and Whiteness, Re-charting Core Identitites in Australia. Communal Plural: Journal of Trans-National and Cross-Cultural Studies, 9(2) pp. 143-159.
  • Haggis, J. and Schech, S.B. (2000). Meaning well and global good manners: reflections on white western feminist cross-cultural praxis. Australian Feminist Studies, 15(33) pp. 387-399.
    [10.1080/713611987]
  • Schech, S.B. and Haggis, J. (1998). Post-colonialism, identity and location: being white Australian in Asia. Environment and Planning D-Society and Space, 16 pp. 615-629.
    [10.1068/d160615]

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