Doctor Cameron McAuliffe

Doctor Cameron McAuliffe

Senior Lecturer In Human Geography & Urban Studies,
Geography And Urban Studies (ssap)

Biography

Cameron McAuliffe is a Senior Lecturer in Human Geography and Urban Studies in the School of Social Sciences and Psychology and part of the Geography and Urban Studies academic group. Prior to this position, Cameron was a Postdoctoral Research Fellow in the Centre for Cultural Research (2007-2010).

Cameron is an urban, social and cultural geography and a member of the Urban Research Program, where his research engages with the regulation of difference and the way cities govern ‘marginal’ bodies. His research includes projects on the negotiation of national and religious identities among Iranian migrant communities; policy research on graffiti management; and, the geographies of kerbside waste. Cameron’s specific interests include: transnationalism and diaspora studies; multiculturalism and the politics of difference; legal graffiti and street art; urban creative economies and the creative city; representation and visual methodologies; public space and disorder; subcultural studies; more-than-human geographies; geographies of religion; and, moral geographies.

Cameron’s published research includes articles in the journals Urban Studies, Global Networks and Journal of Urban Affairs, along with local government reports that have informed policy development. He holds Bachelor’s degrees in Arts (Human Geography) and Engineering (Chemical) as well as a PhD in Human Geography, all from the University of Sydney.

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Qualifications

  • Phd University of Sydney

Interests

  • Public Space and Disorder
  • Social and Cultural Geography
  • Transnationalism and Diaspora Studies
  • Urban Studies
  • Visual Methodologies

Organisational Unit (School / Division)

  • Geography And Urban Studies (ssap)

Contact

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Location: EH.G.16A
Parramatta
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Teaching

Previous Teaching Areas

  • 100877 Multicultural Studies, 2011
  • 101589 Cities: Introduction to Urban Studies, 2013
  • 101589 Cities: Introduction to Urban Studies, 2014
  • 101637 Urban Research Report, 2012
  • 101637 Urban Research Report, 2013
  • 101637 Urban Research Report, 2014
  • 101694 Geographies of Migration, 2012
  • 101694 Geographies of Migration, 2013
  • 101694 Geographies of Migration, 2014

Publications

Chapters in Books

  • McAuliffe, C. (2016), 'Young people and the spatial politics of graffiti writing', Identities and Subjectivities, Springer 9789812870223.
  • McAuliffe, C. (2015), 'Die iranische Diaspora in Frage stellen : Nation, Religion und die Umstande des Exils', Identitat und Exil: Die iranische Diaspora zwischen Gemeinschaft und Differenz, Heinrich Boll Foundation 9783869281469.
  • McAuliffe, C. (2013), ''Better city, better life'? : envisioning a sustainable Shanghai through the Expo', Shanghai Expo: An International Forum on the Future of Cities, Routledge 9780415524629.
  • Mcauliffe, C. (2008), 'Challenging The Problem between Two Nations: The Second Generation in the Iranian Diaspora', Ties to the Homeland: Second Generation Transnationalism, Cambridge Scholars Publishing 9781847185891.
  • Mcauliffe, C. (2007), 'Visible Minorities: Constructing and Deconstructing the Iranian Diaspora', Geographies of Muslim Identities: Representations of Diaspora, Ashgate 0754648888.

Journal Articles

  • McAuliffe, C. (2013), 'Legal walls and professional paths : the mobilities of graffiti writers in Sydney', Urban Studies, vol 50, no 3 , pp 518 - 537.
  • McAuliffe, C. (2012), 'Graffiti or street art? : negotiating the moral geographies of the creative city', Journal of Urban Affairs, vol 34, no 2 , pp 189 - 206.
  • Mcauliffe, C. and Iveson, K. (2011), 'Art and Crime (and Other Things Besides ... ): Conceptualising Graffiti in the City', Geography Compass, vol 5, no 3 , pp 128 - 143.
  • Hopkins, L. and Mcauliffe, C. (2010), 'Split allegiances : cultural Muslims and the tension between religious and national identity in multicultural societies', Studies in Ethnicity and Nationalism, vol 10, no 1 , pp 38 - 58.
  • Mcauliffe, C. (2008), 'Transnationalism Within: internal diversity in the Iranian diaspora', Australian Geographer, vol 39, no 1 , pp 63 - 80.
  • Mcauliffe, C. (2007), 'A home far away? Religious identity and transnational relations in the Iranian diaspora', Global Networks - A journal of transnational affairs, vol 7, no 3 , pp 307 - 327.

Conference Papers

  • Mcauliffe, C. (2007), 'Popular Cultural Relativism: Religion, Racial Profiling and National Multiculturalisms', Proceedings of the Everyday Multiculturalism Conference, Sydney, Australia.

Other Publications

  • 2017, 'Resident Involvement in Urban Development in Sydney: The New Politics of the City', Research Report
  • 2014, 'Reframing Graffiti and Street Art in the City of Sydney: Report of the Mural, Street Art and Graffiti Review Project', Research Report

Research

Cameron is an urban, social and cultural geography and a member of the Urban Research Program, where his research engages with the regulation of difference and the way cities govern ‘marginal’ bodies. His research includes projects on the negotiation of national and religious identities among Iranian migrant communities; policy research on graffiti management; and, the geographies of kerbside waste. Cameron’s specific interests include: transnationalism and diaspora studies; multiculturalism and the politics of difference; legal graffiti and street art; urban creative economies and the creative city; representation and visual methodologies; public space and disorder; subcultural studies; more-than-human geographies; geographies of religion; and, moral geographies.

This information has been contributed by Doctor McAuliffe.

Current Projects

Title: Community attitudes to Graffiti & Street Art- Blacktown Council
Years: 2016-01-06 -
ID: P00024460
Western Researchers: Cameron Mcauliffe and Neil Hall
Funding:
  • Blacktown City Council
Title: University Partnership: Safety and Crime Prevention in Parramatta LGA
Years: 2016-06-16 - 2018-12-31
ID: P00023177
Western Researchers: Andrew Gorman-Murray, Cameron Mcauliffe, Jenna Condie and Ana Rodas
Funding:
  • Parramatta City Council
Title: From Suburban to Urban: planning for the delivery of quality open space
Years: 2017-07-19 - 2018-07-19
ID: P00024167
Western Researchers: Awais Piracha, Cameron Mcauliffe and Alpana Roy
Funding:
  • UrbanGrowth NSW

Previous Projects

Title: Mural Register and Mural, Street Art and Graffiti Review [via USYD]
Years: 2013-07-19 - 2013-09-30
ID: P00021686
Western Researchers: Cameron Mcauliffe
Funding:
  • The Council of the City of Sydney
Title: Agonistic community engagement in planning: Understanding community knowledge, community demand and structural constraints
Years: 2015-05-21 - 2016-06-30
ID: P00022822
Western Researchers: Dallas Rogers, Laura Schatz, Awais Piracha and Cameron Mcauliffe
Funding:
  • University of Sydney (Philanthropic)
Title: Developing Media Strategies for Western Sydney: a media survey of contemporary representations of Western Sydney (Stage 1)
Years: 2008-09-24 - 2009-09-23
ID: P00016317
Western Researchers: Cameron Mcauliffe
Funding:
  • University of Western Sydney
Title: Community attitudes to Graffiti & Street Art- Marrickville Council
Years: 2015-12-18 - 2017-08-14
ID: P00024452
Western Researchers: Cameron Mcauliffe and Neil Hall
Funding:
  • Marrickville Council
Title: Graffiti Management and Street Art Policy and Program Analysis
Years: 2012-02-28 - 2012-05-15
ID: P00020865
Western Researchers: Cameron Mcauliffe
Funding:
  • Marrickville Council

Supervision

Current Supervision

Title: Clash of Cultures: Happiness and Migration of the Iranian Diaspora in Australia
Field of Research:

Previous Supervision

Title: Accumulating Resilience: An Investigation of the Migration and Resettlement Experiences of Young Sudanese People in the Western Sydney Area
Field of Research: SOCIETY AND CULTURE
Thesis: Accumulating Resilience: An Investigation of the Migration and Resettlement Experiences of Young Sudanese People in the Western Sydney Area

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