This is image functions as the cover of the blog post Unpacking ‘Cash Cows’ International Students and the Economism of Asian Racialisation'. The image features the profile of a university graduate from the back alongside the symbol of the Australian dollar and the text 'Cash Cows'.

Unpacking ‘Cash Cows’ International Students and the Economism of Asian Racialisation

ust as in the nineteenth century, the border is employed as a complex array of discourses and practices through which international students are constructed…
ACRAWSA Executive Committee members. From left to right, Fiona Belcher, Postgraduate representative; Oscar Monaghan, Vice-President; Alana Lentin, President; Nilmini Fernando, Vice-President; Deb Bargallie, Secretary; Sharlene Leroy-Dyer, Treasurer; Sherene Idriss, Publicity Officer.

New ACRAWSA Committee

On March 7, four new members were elected to the ACRAWSA committee. Read their biographies at the updated ‘People’ page.…
An Aboriginal flag is hanging outside the Lakemba Mosque, brought by activists in solidarity with Muslim people. All thanks to Nessa Turnbull-Roberts for use of the picture.

For Muslim People

I cannot understand how some in this vast and overprotective country, which has had a forced hand in the real destruction of life in…
ACRAWSA agm blog report

ACRAWSA Blog Editor’s Report

Read ACRAWSA Blog editor, Maria Elena Indelicato’s report to the annual general meeting. ACRAWSA has always been the study association closest to my heart.…

ACRAWSA AGM President’s Report

On March 7 the Australian Critical Race & Whiteness Studies Association held its annual general meeting. Full minutes of the meeting will be posted…

New members elected to the ACRAWSA executive

ACRAWSA is delighted to announce that our Annual General Meeting voted four new members onto our executive committee. They are Nilmini Fernando and Oscar…

Stepping Back to Move Forward. Review of The Distribution of Settlement: Appropriation and Refusal in Australian Literature and Culture

Distribution of Settlement: Appropriation and Refusal in Australian Literature and Culture by Michael Griffiths tells part of the story, from the perspective of a…

Whiteness and the Ethnographical Power of Popular Culture: a Review of Heroes, Villains and the Muslim Exception

For Krayem, the ‘failure’ of the film and television programs she examines ‘lies not always in an inability to present refreshing new characters on…
Pastiche of the Last Supper. A man sits at the centre of a table surrounded by other people who are looking at him whole he speaks.

The Ramsay Insult

If one wishes to engage with Indigenous and other non-western knowledges in research, writing, and teaching, certainly in Australia, then one needs to divest…
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