Books by ICS Researchers

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The Difference Identity Makes: Indigenous Cultural Capital in Australian Cultural Fields

Edited by Lawrence Bamblett, Fred Myers, Tim Rowse

Through the struggles of Indigenous Australians for recognition and self-determination it has become common sense to understand Australia as made up of both Indigenous and non-Indigenous people and things. But in what ways is the Indigenous/non-Indigenous distinction being used and understood? In The Difference Identity Makes (opens in a new window), thirteen Indigenous and non-Indigenous academics examine how this distinction structures the work of cultural production and how Indigenous producers and their works are recognised and valued.

The editors introduce this innovative collection of essays with a path-finding argument that ‘Indigenous cultural capital’ now challenges all Australians to re-position themselves within a revised scale of values. Each chapter looks at one of five fields of Australian cultural production: sport, television, heritage, visual arts and music, revealing that in each the Indigenous/non-Indigenous distinction has effects that are specific.

This brings new depth and richness to our understanding of what ‘Indigeneity’ can mean in contemporary Australia. In demonstrating the variety of ways that ’the Indigenous’ is made visible and valued the essays provide a powerful alternative to the ‘deficit’ theme that has continued to haunt the representation of Indigeneity.

This book is the second book to come out of the Australian Cultural Fields (opens in a new window)project.


The cover of the book the Politics of Operations: Excavating Contemporary Capitalism

The Politics of Operations: Excavating Contemporary Capitalism

By Sandro Mezzadra and Brett Neilson

In The Politics of Operations (opens in a new window)Sandro Mezzadra and Brett Neilson investigate how capital reshapes its relation with politics through operations that enable the extraction and exploitation of mineral resources, labor, data, and cultures. They show how capital—which they theorize as a direct political actor—operates through the logistical organization of relations between people, property, and objects as well as through the penetration of financialization into all realms of economic life. Mezzadra and Neilson present a capacious analysis of a wide range of issues, from racial capitalism, the convergence of neoliberalism and nationalism, and Marx's concept of aggregate capital to the financial crisis of 2008 and how colonialism, empire, and globalization have shaped the modern state since World War II. In so doing, they illustrate the distinctive rationality and logics of contemporary capitalism while calling for a politics based on collective institutions that exist outside the state.


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Religion in a Secular Age? The Struggle for Meaning in an Abstracted World

By Stephen Ames, Ian Barns, John Hinkson, Paul James, Gordon Preece and Geoff Sharp

The world is in a mess. Democratic institutions and practices are being hollowed out from within, including from within supposedly mature liberal democracies. A series of cross-cutting crises challenge the bases of existential meaning. In all of this, religion has an ambiguous place.

Entrenched civil conflicts, fuelled by modern cleavages, are, for example, being fought in the name of deep ethnic and religious animosities. Religion, or to be more precise, one religious creed — Islam — is being used to name the reason for the militarization of public security and border control. And in a world of fractured communities, inter-personal conflicts, culture wars, and crises of meaning, religion is treated as everything from part of the problem to the source of our salvation.

Different people across the world — religious, spiritual, agnostic, secular, atheist, and otherwise — find themselves vacillating between hope and despair.

In this context, Religion in a Secular Age? (opens in a new window)seeks to answer a series of pressing questions. What does it mean for the place of religion? Can the revival of religion be a positive and constructive force in relation to overcoming the morbid symptoms of late modernity?

To these questions, the different writers of this volume have very different answers, even as they struggle in common with a world in crisis.



Asian Migration and Education Cultures in the Anglosphere

Edited by Megan Watkins, Christina Ho, Rose Butler

Asian migration and mobilities are transforming education cultures in the Anglosphere, prompting mounting debates about ‘tiger mothers’ and ‘dragon children’, and competition and segregation in Anglosphere schools. This book (opens in a new window)challenges the cultural essentialism which prevails in much academic and popular discussion of ‘Asian success’ and in relation to Asian education mobilities.

As anxiety and aspiration within these spaces are increasingly ethnicised, the children of Asian migrants are both admired and resented for their educational success. This book explores popular perceptions of Asian migrant families through in-depth empirically informed accounts on the broader economic, social, historical and geo-political contexts within which education cultures are produced. This includes contributions from academics on global markets and national policies around migration and education, classed trajectories and articulations, local formations of ‘ethnic capital’, and transnational assemblages that produce education and mobility as means for social advancement.

At a time when our schooling systems and communities are undergoing rapid transformations as a result of increasing global mobility, this book is a unique and important contribution to an issue of pressing significance.

This book was originally published as a special issue of the Journal of Ethnic and Migration Studies.



Chinatown Unbound: Trans-Asian Urbanism in the Age of China

By Kay Anderson, Ien Ang, Andrea Del Bono, Donald McNeill and Alexandra Wong

‘Chinatowns’ are familiar places in almost all major cities in the world. In popular Western wisdom, the restaurants, pagodas, and red lanterns are intrinsically equated with a self-contained, immigrant Chinese district, an alien enclave of ‘the East’ in ‘the West’. By the 1980s, when these Western societies had largely given up their racially discriminatory immigration policies and opened up to Asian immigration, the dominant conception of Chinatown was no longer that of an abject ethnic ghetto: rather, Chinatown was now seen as a positive expression of multicultural heritage and difference.

By the early 21st century, however, these spatial and cultural constructions of Chinatown as an ‘other’ space – whether negative or positive – have been thoroughly destabilised by the impacts of accelerating globalisation and transnational migration. This book (opens in a new window)provides a timely and much-needed paradigm shift in this regard, through an in-depth case study of Sydney’s Chinatown. It speaks to the growing multilateral connections that link Australia and Asia (and especially China) together; not just economically, but also socially and culturally, as a consequence of increasing transnational flows of people, money, ideas and things. Further, the book elicits a particular sense of a place in Sydney’s Chinatown: that of an inter-connected world in which Western and Asian realms inhabit each other, and in which the orientalist legacy is being reconfigured in new deployments and more complex delimitations. As such, Chinatown Unbound engages with, and contributes to making sense of, the epochal shift in the global balance of power towards Asia, especially China.


Arvanitakis, J, Bhushan, S, Pothen, N & Srivastava, A 2019, Teaching and learning in higher education in India and Australia, 1st edition (opens in a new window), Routledge India.

Roy, S 2019, Climate change impacts on gender relations in Bangladesh (opens in a new window), Springer, Singapore.

Soldatic, K & Johnson K (eds) 2019, Global perspectives on disability activism and advocacy (opens in a new window), Routledge.

Bamblett, L, Myers, F & Rowse, T (eds) 2019, The difference identity makes: Indigenous cultural capital and Australian cultural fields (opens in a new window), Aboriginal Studies Press, Canberra.

Mezzadra, S & Neilson, B 2019, The politics of operations: excavating contemporary capitalism (opens in a new window), Duke University Press.

Jain, S & Arora, V 2019, Gandhi Bhawan: documenting and conserving modern heritage of India (opens in a new window), Mapin Publishing.

Ames, S, Barns, I, Hinkson, J, James, P, Preece, G & Sharp, G 2018, Religion in a secular age? The struggle for meaning in an abstracted world (opens in a new window), Arena Publications, North Carlton, Australia.

Watkins, M, Ho, C & Butler, R (eds) 2019, Asian migration and education cultures in the Anglosphere (opens in a new window), London, Routledge.

Anderson, A, Ang, I, Del Bono, A, McNeill, D & Wong, A 2019, Chinatown unbound: Trans-Asian urbanism in the age of China (opens in a new window), Rowman & Littlefield, London & New York.

Soldatic, K 2019, Disability and neoliberal state formations (opens in a new window), Routledge, London.

Wise, A & Noble, G (eds) 2018, Convivialities: possibility and ambivalence in urban multicultures (opens in a new window), Routledge, London.

Howard, P, Thompson, I, Waterton, E & Atha, M (eds) 2018, The Routledge companion to landscape studies: 2nd edition (opens in a new window), Routledge, Abingdon, Oxon.

Munn, L 2018, Ferocious logistics: unmaking the algorithm (opens in a new window), Meson Press, Lüneburg, Germany.

Saul, H & Waterton, E (eds) 2018, Affective geographies of transformation, exploration and adventure: rethinking frontiers (opens in a new window), Routledge, Abingdon, Oxon.

Cole, DR, Bradley, JPN (eds) 2018, Principles of transversality in globalization and education (opens in a new window), Springer, Singapore.

Rowe, D, Turner, G & Waterton, E (eds) 2018, Making culture: commercialisation, transnationalism, and the state of ‘nationing’ in contemporary Australia (opens in a new window), Routledge, London & New York.

Morgan, G & Nelligan, P 2018, The creativity hoax: precarious work and the gig economy (opens in a new window), Anthem Press, London.

Bennett, T 2018, Museums, power, knowledge: selected essays (opens in a new window), Routledge, London & New York.

Knijnik, J 2018, The World Cup chronicles - 31 days that rocked Brazil (opens in a new window), Fair Play Publishing, Balgowlah Heights.

Lovink, G & Rossiter, N 2018, Organization after social media (opens in a new window), Minor Compositions, New York.

Neilson, B, Rossiter, N & Samaddar, R (eds) 2018, Logistical Asia: the labour of making a world region (opens in a new window), Springer, Singapore.

Williams, M 2018, Returning home with glory: Chinese villagers around the Pacific, 1849 to 1949 (opens in a new window) (榮歸故里:太平洋地區的中國僑鄉1849–1949), Hong Kong University Press, Hong Kong.

Neilson, B & Rossiter, N (eds) 2017, Logistical worlds: infrastructure, software, labour. No. 2, Kolkata (opens in a new window), Low Latencies, London.

Cohen, H 2017, The Strehlow archive: explorations in old and new media (opens in a new window), Routledge, London.

Pertierra, AC 2017, Media anthropology for the digital age (opens in a new window), Polity, UK and USA.

Rowse, T 2017, Indigenous and other Australians since 1901 (opens in a new window), NewSouth Press, Sydney.

Fredriksson, M & Arvanitakis, J (eds) 2017, Property, place and piracy (opens in a new window), Routledge, London.

Malone, K, Truong, S & Gray, T 2017, Reimagining sustainability in precarious times (opens in a new window), Springer, Germany.

Lean, G, Staiff, R & Waterton, E (eds) 2017, Travel and representation (opens in a new window), Berghahn, New York.

Tolia-Kelly, D, Waterton, E & Watson, S (eds) 2017, Heritage, affect and emotion: politics, policies and infrastructures (opens in a new window), Routledge, Abingdon.

Coronado, G & Hodge, B 2017, Metodologías semióticas para análisis de la complejidad (opens in a new window)(PDF, 2.2MB).

Salazar, JF, Pink, S, Irving, A & Sjöberg, J (eds) 2017, Anthropologies and futures: researching emerging and uncertain worlds (opens in a new window), Bloomsbury, London and New York.

Soldatic, K & Johnson, K (eds) 2017, Disability and rurality: identity, gender and belonging (opens in a new window), Routledge, London.

McNeill, D 2017, Global cities and urban theory (opens in a new window), Sage, London.

Silverman, H, Waterton, E & Watson, S (eds) 2017, Heritage in action: making the past in the present (opens in a new window), Cham, Switzerland, Springer.

Hinkson, J, James, P, Caddick, A, Cooper, Hinkson, M & Tout, D (eds) 2016, Cold war to hot planet: fifty years of Arena (opens in a new window), Arena Publications, Melbourne.

Hodge, B 2016, Social semiotics for a complex world: analysing language and social meaning (opens in a new window), Polity, UK and USA.

Rogers, D 2016, The geopolitics of real estate: reconfiguring property, capital and rights (opens in a new window), Rowman & Littlefield, London.

Stubbs, J & Tomsen, S (eds) 2016, Australian violence: crime, criminal justice and beyond (opens in a new window), The Federation Press, Leichhardt.

Grech, S & Soldatic, K (eds) 2016, Disability in the global south: the critical handbook (opens in a new window), Springer, New York.

Rossiter, N 2016, Software, infrastructure, labor: a media theory of logistical nightmares (opens in a new window), Routledge, Abingdon and New York.

Reading, A 2016, Gender and memory in the globital age (opens in a new window), Palgrave Macmillan, London.

Neale, T & Turner, S (eds) 2016, Other people's country: law, water and entitlement in settler colonial sites (opens in a new window), Routledge, UK.

Drozdzewski, D, De Nardi, S & Waterton, E (eds) 2016, Memory, place and identity: commemoration and remembrance of war and conflict (opens in a new window), Routledge, Abingdon.

Ang, I, Isar, YR & Mar, P (eds) 2016, Cultural diplomacy: beyond the national interest? (opens in a new window), London, Routledge.

Soldatic, K & Grech, S 2016, Disability and colonialism: (dis)encounters and anxious intersectionalities (opens in a new window), Routledge, UK.

Arvanitakis, A 2016, From despair to hope (opens in a new window), Penguin Books, Australia.

Cook, N, Davison, A & Crabtree, C (eds) 2016, Housing and home unbound: intersections in economics, environment and politics in Australia (opens in a new window), Routledge, London.

Magee, L 2016, Interwoven cities (opens in a new window), Palgrave Macmillan, London.

Arvanitakis, J & Hornsby, D (eds) 2016, Universities, the citizen scholar and the future of higher education (opens in a new window), Palgrave Macmillan, UK.

Huppatz, K, Hawkins, M & Matthews, A (eds) 2016, Identity and belonging (opens in a new window), Palgrave Macmillan, Hampshire.

Bennett, BM 2015, Plantations and protected areas: a global history of forest management (opens in a new window), The MIT Press, Cambridge, MA.

Arvanitakis, J 2015, Sociologic: analysing everyday life and culture (opens in a new window), Oxford University Press.

Bennett, BM & Kruger, FJ 2015, Forestry and water conservation in South Africa: history, science, policy (opens in a new window), ANU Press, Canberra.

Head, M, Mann, S & Matthews, I 2015, Law in perspective: ethics, critical thinking and research (opens in a new window), 3rd edition, UNSW Press. 

Pascoe, S, Rey, V & James, P (eds) 2015, Making modernity: from the Mashriq to the Maghreb (opens in a new window), Arena Publications, Fitzroy.

Dufty-Jones, R & Rogers, D (eds) 2015 Housing in twenty-first century Australia: people, practices and policies (opens in a new window), Ashgate,  Aldershot.

Hawkins, G, Potter, E & Race, K 2015, Plastic water: the social and material life of bottled water (opens in a new window), The MIT Press, Cambridge, Massachusetts.

Head, L, Atchison, J, Phillips, C & Buckingham, K (eds) 2015, Vegetal politics: belonging, practices, and places (opens in a new window), Routledge, London. 

Reading, A & Katriel, T (eds) 2015, Cultural memories of nonviolent struggles: powerful times (opens in a new window), Palgrave Macmillan, London.

Gibson, K, Rose, DB & Fincher, R (eds) 2015, Manifesto for living in the Anthropocene (opens in a new window), Punctum Books, New York.

Steger, MB & James, P (eds) 2015, Globalization: the career of a concept (opens in a new window), Routledge, Abingdon.

Roelvink, G, St. Martin, K & Gibson-Graham, JK (eds) 2015, Making other worlds possible: performing diverse economies (opens in a new window), University of Minnesota Press, Minneapolis.

Watkins, M, Noble, G & Driscoll, C 2015, Cultural pedagogies and human conduct (opens in a new window), Routledge, London. 

Waterton, E & Watson, S (eds) 2015, The Palgrave handbook of contemporary heritage research (opens in a new window), Palgrave Macmillan, Basingstoke.

Knijnik, J & Adair, D (eds) 2015, Embodied masculinities in global sport (opens in a new window), Fit Publishing, West Virginia. 

Collin, P 2015, Young citizens and political participation in a digital society: addressing the democratic disconnect (opens in a new window), Palgrave Macmillan, Basingstoke.

James, P with Magee, L, Scerri, A & Steger, M 2015, Urban sustainability in theory and practice: circles of sustainability (opens in a new window), Routledge, London.

Cameron, F & Neilson, B (eds) 2015, Climate change and museum futures (opens in a new window), Routledge, New York.

James, P (ed.) 2014, Globalization and politics, vol. 4: political philosophies of the global (opens in a new window), Sage Publications, London.

James, P & Mittelman, JH (eds) 2014, Globalization and politics, vol. 3: social theories of the global (opens in a new window)Sage Publications, London.

James, P & van Seters, P (eds) 2014, Globalization and politics, vol. 2: global social movements and global civil society (opens in a new window)Sage Publications, London.

James, P & Soguk, N (eds) 2014, Globalization and politics, vol. 1: global political governance (opens in a new window)Sage Publications, London.

Neale, T, McKinnon, C & Vincent, E 2014, History, power, text: cultural studies and Indigenous studies (opens in a new window), UTS ePress, Sydney.

Hund, WD & Lentin, A (eds) 2014, Racism and Sociology (opens in a new window), Lit Verlag.

Third, A 2014, Gender and the political: deconstructing the female terrorist (opens in a new window), Palgrave Macmillan, New York.

Habjan, J & and Whyte, J (eds) 2014, (Mis)readings of Marx in continental philosophy (opens in a new window), Palgrave Macmillan, Basingstoke.

Lean, G, Staiff, R & Waterton, E (eds) 2014, Travel and transformation (opens in a new window), Ashgate, Aldershot.

Arvanitakis, J & Fredriksson, M (eds) 2014, Piracy: leakages from modernity (opens in a new window), Litwin Books, Sacramento.

Lean, G, Staiff, R & Waterton, E (eds) 2014, Travel and imagination (opens in a new window), Ashgate, Aldershot.

Byrne, D 2014, Counterheritage: critical perspectives on heritage conservation in Asia (opens in a new window), Routledge, New York & London.

Waterton, E & Watson, S 2014, The semiotics of heritage tourism (opens in a new window), Channel View Publications, Bristol.

Stevenson, D 2014, Cities of culture: a global perspective (opens in a new window), Routledge, Oxon & New York.

Byrne, D, Brockwell, S & O'Connor, S (eds) 2013, Transcending the culture-nature divide in cultural heritage: views from the Asia-Pacific region (opens in a new window), ANU Press, Canberra.

Weir, J.K, Bauman, T & Strelein, L.M (eds) 2013, Living with native title: the experiences of registered native title corporations (opens in a new window), AIATSIS Research Publications, Canberra.

Parry, K, Hynes, D & Kiernan, A (eds) 2013, Football and communities across codes (opens in a new window), Inter-Disciplinary Press, Oxford.

Whyte, J 2013, Catastrophe and redemption: the political thought of Giorgio Agamben (opens in a new window), SUNY, New York.

Arvanitakis, J & Matthews, I (eds) 2013, The citizen in the 21st century (opens in a new window), Inter-Disciplinary Press.

Rowe, D & Scherer, J (eds) 2013, Sport, public broadcasting, and cultural citizenship: signal lost? (opens in a new window)Routledge, New York.

Stevenson, D & Young, G (eds) 2013, The Ashgate research companion to planning and culture (opens in a new window), Ashgate, Aldershot.

Watkins, M & Noble, G 2013, Disposed to learn: schooling, ethnicity and the scholarly habitus (opens in a new window), Bloomsbury, London & New York.

Neilson, B & Mezzadra, S 2013, Border as method, or the multiplication of labor (opens in a new window), Duke University Press, Durham & London.

Rowe, D & Hutchins, B (eds) 2013, Digital media sport: technology, power and culture in the network society (opens in a new window), Routledge, New York.

J.K Gibson-Graham, Cameron, J & Healy, S 2013, Take back the economy: an ethical guide for transforming our communities (opens in a new window), University of Minnesota Press, Minneapolis.

Robertson, S 2013, Transnational student-migrants and the state: the education-migration nexus (opens in a new window), Palgrave Macmillan, Basingstoke.

Bennett, T, 2013, Making culture, changing society (opens in a new window), Routledge, London & New York.

Bushell, R, Staiff, R & Watson, S (eds) 2013, Heritage and tourism: place, encounter, engagement (opens in a new window), Routledge, London.

Winter, T (ed.) 2013, Shanghai Expo: an international forum on the future of cities (opens in a new window), Routledge, London.

Howard, P, Thompson, I & Waterton, E (eds) 2012, The Routledge companion to landscape studies (opens in a new window), Routledge, London.

Stevenson, D 2012, The city (opens in a new window), Polity, Cambridge & Malden.

Hodge, B & Coronado, G 2012, Mexico and its others. A chaos theory approach, Legas, Ottawa.

Rowse, T 2012, Rethinking social justice: from 'peoples' to 'populations', (opens in a new window), Aboriginal Studies Press, Canberra.

Morgan, G & Poynting, S (eds) 2012, Global islamophobia: muslims and moral panic in the west (opens in a new window), Ashgate, Aldershot.

Carton, A 2012, Mixed-race and modernity in colonial India: changing concepts of hybridity across empires (opens in a new window), Routledge, London & New York.

Smith, L, Waterton, E & Watson, S. (eds) 2012, The cultural moment in tourism (opens in a new window), Routledge, London.

Hutchins, B & Rowe, D 2012, Sport beyond television: the internet, digital media and the rise of networked media sport (opens in a new window), Routledge, London.

Watkins, M 2012 , Discipline and learn: bodies, pedagogy and writing (opens in a new window), Sense Publications, Rotterdam.

Rowe, D 2011, Global media sport: flows, forms and futures (opens in a new window), Bloomsbury Academic, London & New York.

Daly, P & Winter, T (eds) 2011, The Routledge handbook of heritage in Asia (opens in a new window), Routledge, London.

Lally, E, Ang, I & Anderson, K (eds) 2011, The art of engagement: culture, collaboration, innovation (opens in a new window), University of Western Australia Press, Perth.

Thorpe, J 2011, Pan-Germanism and the Austrofascist state, 1933-38 (opens in a new window), Manchester University Press, Manchester.

Waterton, E & Watson, S (eds) 2010, Heritage and community engagement: collaboration or contestation? (opens in a new window), Routledge, London.

Rocha, C & Barker, M 2010, Buddhism in Australia: traditions in change (opens in a new window), Routledge Critical Studies in Buddhism series, London.

Tabar, P, Noble, G & Poynting, S 2010, On being Lebanese in Australia: identity, racism and the ethnic field (opens in a new window), Institute for Migration Studies, Lebanese American University Press, Lebanon.

Hodge, B, Coronado, G, Duarte, F & Teal, G 2010, Chaos theory and the Larrikin Principle: working with organisations in a neo-liberal world (opens in a new window), Liber, Copenhagen.

Cameron, F & Kelly, L (eds) 2010, Hot topics, public culture, museums (opens in a new window), Cambridge Scholars Publishing, Newcastle Upon Tyne.

Wearing, S, Stevenson, D & Young, T 2010, Tourist cultures: identity, place and the traveller (opens in a new window), Sage, London and Thousand Oaks.

Bennett, T, Savage, M, Silva, E, Warde, A, Gayo-Cal, M & Wright, D 2009, Culture, class, distinction (opens in a new window), Routledge, London and New York.

Bushell, R & Sheldon, P (eds) 2009, Wellness and tourism: mind, body, spirit, place (opens in a new window), Cognizant Communication Books, New York.

Noble, G (ed.) 2009, Lines in the sand: the Cronulla riots, multiculturalism and national Belonging (opens in a new window), Institute of Criminology Press, Sydney.

Tomsen, S 2009, Violence, prejudice and sexuality (opens in a new window), Routledge, London & New York.

Arvanitakis, J 2009, Contemporary society (opens in a new window), Oxford University Press, South Melbourne.

Tomsen, S (ed.) 2008, Crime, criminal justice and masculinities: a reader (opens in a new window), Ashgate Press, Aldershot.

Cohen, H, Salazar, JF & Barkat, I 2008, Screen media arts: an introduction to concepts and practices (opens in a new window), Oxford University Press, South Melbourne.

Ang, I (with Hawkins, G & Dabboussy, L) 2008, The SBS story: the challenge of cultural diversity (opens in a new window), UNSW Press, Sydney.

Arvanitakis, J 2007, The cultural commons of hope: the attempt to commodify the final frontier of the human experience, Berlin: VDM Verlag Dr. Müller.

Rossiter, N (with Lovink, G) (eds) 2007, MyCreativity reader: a critique of creative industries (opens in a new window)(PDF, 1.2MB), Institute of Network Cultures, Amsterdam.

Bushell, R & Eagle, P (eds) 2007, Tourism and protected areas: benefits beyond boundaries, Oxford University Press, New York & Oxford.

Cameron, F & Kenderdine, S (eds) 2007, Theorizing digital cultural heritage: a critical discourse, The MIT Press, Cambridge, Mass. & London.

Rossiter, N 2006, Organized networks: media theory, creative labour, new institutions, NAi Publications, Rotterdam. (Translated into Italian and published by Manifestolibri, 2009).

Poynting S & Morgan, G (eds) 2007, Outrageous! moral panics in Australia, ACYS Press. Hobart.

Peake, W 2006, Sydney's pony racecourses: an alternative racing history, Walla Walla Press, Sydney.

Morris, M 2006, Identity anecdotes: translation and media culture, Sage, London.

Anderson, K 2006, Race and the crisis of humanism, Routledge, London & New York.

Morgan, G 2006, Unsettled places: Aboriginal people and urbanisation in New South Wales, Wakefield Press, Kent Town, South Australia.

Rocha, C 2006, Zen in Brazil: the quest for cosmopolitan modernity, University of Hawaii Press, Honolulu.

Hodge, B & O'Carroll, J 2006, Borderwork in multicultural Australia, Allen and Unwin, Sydney.

Neilson, B 2004, Free trade in the Bermuda Triangle... and other tales of counter-globalization, University of Minnesota Press, Minneapolis.

Poynting, S & Noble, G (with Tabar, P & Collins, J) 2004, Bin Laden in the suburbs: criminalising the Arab other, Federation Press/Institute of Criminology, Sydney.

Rossiter, N (with Chun, A & Shoesmith, B) (eds) 2004, Refashioning pop music in Asia: cosmopolitan flows, political tempos, and aesthetic industries, ConsumAsian Book Series, Routledge, London & New York.

Snodgrass, J 2003, Presenting Japanese Buddhism to the west: orientalism, occidentalism and the Columbian Exposition, University of North Carolina Press, Chapel Hill.

Chalmers, S 2002, Emerging lesbian voices from Japan, Routledge-Curzon, London & New York.

Hodge, B (with Dimitrov, V) 2002, Social fuzziology, Springer Verlag, Germany.

Lally, E 2002, At home with computers, Berg, Oxford.

Ang, I 2001, On not speaking Chinese: living between Asia and the west, Routledge, London & New York.

Morgan, G, Wynne-Jones, M, Hamilton MA & Gleeson, J 2001, Marrickville backywards, Bloomings, Melbourne.

Nicoll, F 2001, From diggers to drag-queens: configurations of Australian national identity, Pluto Press, Sydney.

Webb, T 2001, The collaborative games: the story behind the spectacle, Pluto Press, Sydney.