Dr Rae Dufty-Jones

Senior Research Fellow


Dr Rae Dufty-Jones is an economic and social geographer who has expertise in the governance of mobility and its relationship to public policy (specifically housing, regional development and internal migration). She is the President of the Geographical Society of New South Wales.

Rae's current research projects include: 'Mobility aspirations of tenants listing on the "Our House Swap" website' and the 'Werrington Park Corporate Centre Evaluation'. Her past research work has been funded by nationally competitive grants including the Australian Research Council (ARC); the Australian Housing and Urban Research Institute (AHURI); and, the federal Department of Environment. Rae's research has investigated: Australian housing policy and mobility; peri-urban economic development; the restructuring of horticultural industries; rural youth migration; and ethnic discrimination in housing.

Through her role as the School of Social Sciences and Psychology academic course advisor for the Masters of Research program Rae has also developed a research program on the 'Writing pedagogies and the role of space'.

Before joining WSU in February 2010, Rae was previous employed as a Lecturer in Geography and Planning at the University of New England (2008-2010) after completing her PhD at the University of New South Wales (2008).


Qualifications

  • PhD, 2008, Geography, University of New South Wales
  • BA (Hons), 2002, Geography, University of New South Wales

Selected Publications

Books

Dufty-Jones, R 2018, ‘The career aspirations and expectations of geography doctoral students: establishing academic subjectivities within a shifting landscape’ (opens in a new window), Geographical Research, vol. 56, no. 2, pp. 126-138. Winner of Geographical Research's Best Paper for 2018.

Dufty-Jones, R 2018, ‘A historical geography of housing crisis in Australia’, Australian Geographer, vol. 49, no. 1, pp. 5-23.

MacDonald, H, Galster, G & Dufty-Jones, R 2018, ‘The geography of rental housing discrimination, segregation and social exclusion’, Journal of Urban Affairs, vol. 40, no. 2, pp. 226-245.

Pini, B, Gulson, K, Kraftl, P &Dufty-Jones, R 2017, ‘Critical geographies of education: an introduction’, Geographical Research, vol. 55, no. 1, pp. 13-17.

Dufty-Jones, R 2016, 'Housing and home: objects and technologies of neoliberal governmentalities', in S Springer, K Birch & J MacLeavy (eds), Handbook of neoliberalism, Routledge, London, pp. 453-466.

McDonald, H, Nelson, J, Galster, G, Paradies, Y, Dunn, K & Dufty-Jones, R 2016, ‘Rental discrimination in the multi-ethnic metropolis: evidence from Sydney’, Urban Policy and Research, vol. 34, no. 4, pp. 373-385.

Rogers, D & Dufty-Jones, R 2015, 'Australian housing in the Asia Pacific', in R Dufty-Jones & D Rogers (eds), Housing in twenty-first century Australia: people, practices and policies, Farnham, Ashgate, pp. 221-236.

Nelson, J, MacDonald, H, Dufty-Jones, R, Dunn, K & Paradies, Y 2015, 'Ethnic discrimination in private rental housing markets in Australia', in R Dufty-Jones & D Rogers (eds), Housing in twenty-first century Australia: people, practices and policies, Farnham, Ashgate, pp. 39-56.

Dufty-Jones, R & Rogers, D 2015, 'Housing in Australia: a new century', in R Dufty-Jones & D Rogers (eds), Housing in twenty-first century Australia: people, practices and policies, Farnham, Ashgate, pp. 1-20.

Dufty-Jones, R 2015, ‘Governmentalities of mobility: the role of housing in the governance of Australian rural mobilities’, Journal of Rural Studies, vol. 42, pp. 63-78.


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