The Council

Melinda Hinkson

Melinda Hinkson is an anthropologist with wide ranging interests in visual culture. Much of her work has been informed by ethnographic research and long-term friendships with Warlpiri people of Central Australia. She is author of Remembering the Future: Warlpiri Life… Continue Reading →

Alison Caddick

Alison Caddick is the Managing Editor of the Institute’s journal Postcolonial Studies. Alison is a publisher and editor with Arena Publications. She was managing editor of Arena Journal for many years and has been editing Arena Magazine for the past… Continue Reading →

Anne Maxwell

Anne Maxwell is Associate Professor in the English Program in the School of Culture and Communication at the University of Melbourne. She was born in Auckland, NZ and graduated from the University of Auckland with a BA and MA. She… Continue Reading →

Judith Grbich

Judith Grbich is a longstanding member of the Institute, with an interest in the postcolonial in jurisprudential and literary works. She is an Adjunct Associate Professor at Griffith University’s Law School, and Socio-Legal Research Centre, and Editor-in-Chief of the Australian… Continue Reading →

Ian Duncanson

Ian Duncanson’s principal interests are in socio-legal and political theory and in their use to produce and understand social change. He had degrees from Southampton, Durham and Melbourne universities. He helped establish and worked in legal advice and referral centres… Continue Reading →

Joan Clarke

Joan Ellen Clarke OAM, PhD has been a member of IPCS Council for over 8 years. Her peer-reviewed Occasional Paper, The Tyranny of the Leather Book: Postcolonialism, Mental Illness and Prisons, is on this web site under Publications. Previously Joan… Continue Reading →

Ravi Bajpai

After a teaching and professional career in Information Technology for more than two decades in India, Singapore and Australia, Ravi is currently pursuing a Masters in International Relations at Deakin University, Melbourne. He has published political commentaries in both Hindi… Continue Reading →

Paul James

Paul James is Professor of Globalization and Cultural Diversity in the Institute for Culture and Society at the University of Western Sydney. He is on the Council of the Institute of Postcolonial Studies, a Fellow of the Royal Society of… Continue Reading →

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