The Future is non-Indigenous

This year I applied for a Future Fellowship through the Australian Research Council. The success rate is low, only a hundred are appointed nationwide…

ACRAWSA Message of Support for the Black-Palestinian Solidarity: Contesting Settler Nationalisms 2019 Conference

The Australian Critical Race & Whiteness Studies is delighted to publish this message of support for the upcoming conference on Black-Palestinian Solidarity: Contesting Settler…

ACRAWSA Conference 2020

Racial literacies vs white supremacy – educating and researching together against racial silencing, racial violence and racial capitalism CALL FOR PAPERS, AUSTRALIAN CRITICAL RACE…
Photo of the 'crudely islamified mannequin used as the cover of Randa Abdel-Fattah's book Islamophobia and Everyday Multiculturalism in Australia.

The Touch and Feel of Australian Islamophobia. Notes on Randa Abdel-Fattah’s ‘Islamophobia and Everyday Multiculturalism in Australia’

The journey of the book is one of understanding how people are literally affected not simply in an abstract cognitive sense – where bias…
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Maintaining the Racial Contract by Debbie Bargallie wins the 2019 Stanner Prize

We are very proud that ACRAWSA Secretary Dr Debbie Bargallie’s thesis, Maintaining the racial contract: Everyday racism and the impact of racial microaggressions on “Indigenous…
Juvenile detention centre as seen from distance and through a fence

The Violence of the Neutral State: The Institutionalisation of Racism in Juvenile Justice

In November 2017, the Youth Justice Coalition[1] (YJC) in NSW, a group of youth advocates, academics and children’s lawyers, released a report detailing the…

Love in the Time of Terror: Slam at Sydney Film Festival

Slam is a devastating film. Devastatingly good, devastatingly sad, and devastatingly accurate in its portrayal of racism in Australia. The camera turns its gaze…

Critical Race & Whiteness Studies Journal Re-Launch

After a hiatus of several years, Critical Race and Whiteness Studies Journal is re-emerging. In this much-awaited Inaugural Issue, we recognise the exceptional scholarship that the…
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…
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