This is a live listing of resources and publications that are informing my work.
This listing is not comprehensive, representative or consistent. It’s very much my bloggified reading scrapbook.
If you’re after something a bit more systematic and substantial, there’s the Asian Australian Studies Research Network (AASRN) Resources page.
- “We’re all for diversity, but…”: How Faculty Hiring Committees Reproduce Whiteness and Practical Suggestions for How They Can Change. (ÖZLEM SENSOY and ROBIN DiANGELO  Harvard Educational Review: Winter 2017, Vol. 87, No. 4, pp. 557-580)
- Preoccupations of some Asian Australian women’s fiction at the turn of the twenty-first century (Carole Ferrier in eTropic, 2017)
- ‘The Great Australian Loneliness’: On Writing an Inter-Asian Biography of Ernestine Hill (Meaghan Morris in Journal of Intercultural Studies, 2014)
- ‘10 x 10‘ – Ten AASRN members’ reflections on Asian Australian studies and their experiences of it (Peril magazine special issue, 2016)