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Ullah, A.K.M. Ahsan, Ferdous, Jannatul, and Chattoraj, Diotima (2024) Social, Political and Cultural Remittances: Implications for the Origin and Destination Countries. Millennial Asia, 15 (1). pp. 72-88.

Udah, Hyacinth (2023) Anti-black racism and othering: an exploration of the livedexperience of black Africans who live in Australia. Social Identities Journal for the Study of Race, Nation and Culture, 29 (2). pp. 185-204.

Arat, Gizem, Jordan, Lucy P., Chui, Cheryl H.K., and Wong, Paul W,C. (2023) Developing a conceptual framework towards promoting a socially inclusive Hong Kong. Journal of Asian Public Policy, 16 (2). pp. 237-253.

Chow, Cheng, Zhou, Xiaochen, Fu, Yao, Jampaklay, Aree, and Jordan, Lucy P. (2023) From Left-Behind Children to Youth Labor Migrants: The Impact of Household Networks, Gendered Migration, and Relay Migration in Southeast Asia. Social Sciences, 12 (3). 135.

Ahsan Ullah, A. K. M., and Chattoraj, Diotima (2023) International marriage migration: The predicament of culture and its negotiations. International Migration, 61 (6). pp. 262-278.

Fu, Yao, Jordan, Lucy P., Hoiting, Iris, Kim, Thida, and Wickramage, Kolitha (2023) ‘We have similar sad stories’: A life history analysis of left-behind children in Cambodian residential care. Children and Youth Services Review, 155. 107234.

Buckle, Caitlin, and Osbaldiston, Nick (2022) Editorial introduction: counter-urbanisation in contemporary Australia: a review of current issues and events. Australian Geographer, 53 (4). pp. 347-362.

Osbaldiston, Nick, and Buckle, Caitlin (2022) Lifestyle migration in place: Notes from the field. Thesis Eleven, 172 (1). pp. 114-130.

Chattoraj, Diotima (2022) Mobilities and home: the notion of becoming insiders among the Sri Lankan Northern Tamil IDPs in Colombo. Mobilities, 17 (4). pp. 616-631.

Osbaldiston, Nick (2022) ‘The Summers Were Getting Hotter’: exploring motivations for migration to Tasmania away from mainland Australia. Australian Geographer, 53 (4). pp. 461-476.

Chattoraj, Diotima (2022) "We are all migrant workers": commonality of Bangladeshi migrants' experiences in Singapore amidst Covid-19. International Journal of Asia-Pacific Studies, 18 (2). pp. 9-36.

Milton, James, and Petray, Theresa (2020) The two subalterns: perceived status and violent punitiveness. M/C Journal, 23 (2). 7.

Udah, Hyacinth, Singh, Parlo, Hiruy, Kiroy, and Mwanri, Lillian (2019) African immigrants to Australia: barriers and challenges to labor market success. Journal of Asian and African Studies, 54 (8). pp. 1159-1174.

Udah, Hyacinth, and Singh, Parlo (2019) Identity, Othering and belonging: toward an understanding of difference and the experiences of African immigrants to Australia. Social Identities Journal for the Study of Race, Nation and Culture, 25 (6). pp. 843-859.

Udah, Hyacinth (2019) Searching for a place to belong in a time of othering. Social Sciences, 8 (11). 297.

Udah, Hyacinth, Singh, Parlo, and Chamberlain, Susanna (2019) Settlement and employment outcomes of black African immigrants in Southeast Queensland, Australia. Asian and Pacific Migration Journal, 28 (1). pp. 53-74.

Petray, Theresa, and Pendergrast, Nick (2018) Challenging power and creating alternatives: integrationist, antisystemic and non-hegemonic approaches in Australian social movements. Journal of Sociology, 54 (4). pp. 665-679.

Udah, Hyacinth, and Singh, Parlo (2018) 'It still matters': The role of skin colour in the everyday life and realities of black African migrants and refugees in Australia. Australasian Review of African Studies, 39 (2). pp. 19-47.

Wang, Zhongmin, and Jing, Xinlin (2018) Job satisfaction among immigrant workers: a review of determinants. Social Indicators Research, 139 (1). pp. 381-401.

Udah, Hyacinth (2018) 'Not by Default Accepted': the African experience of othering and being othered in Australia. Journal of Asian and African Studies, 53 (3). pp. 384-400.

Udah, Hyacinth (2017) Racial hierarchy and the global black experience of racism. Open Journal of Social Sciences, 5. pp. 137-148.

Book Chapter

Ranjan, Amit, and Chattoraj, Diotima (2023) Concluding Analysis. In: UNSPECIFIED, (ed.) Migration, Regional Autonomy, and Conflicts in Eastern South Asia: Searching for a Home(land). Palgrave Macmillan, Cham, Switzerland, pp. 319-329.

Chattoraj, Diotima (2023) Introduction: Search for Home in Eastern South Asia. In: UNSPECIFIED, (ed.) Migration, Regional Autonomy, and Conflicts in Eastern South Asia: Searching for a Home(land). Palgrave Macmillan, Cham, Switzerland, pp. 1-29.

Gopalkrishnan, Narayan, and Babacan, Hurriyet (2022) Cultural Partnership Practice and Mental Health in Higher Education. In: Francis, Abraham P., and Carter, Margaret Anne, (eds.) Mental Health and Higher Education in Australia. Springer Nature, Singapore, pp. 51-66.

Osbaldiston, Nick (2022) The View of Lifestyle Migration: a Brief Exploration of the Ethics of Seeking a Better Way of Life. In: Robertson, Shanthi, and Roberts, Rosie, (eds.) Rethinking Privilege and Social Mobility in Middle-Class Migration: migrants 'in between'. Studies in Migration and Diaspora . Routledge, London, UK, pp. 130-149.

Osbaldiston, Nick, Picken, Felicity, and Denny, Lisa (2021) Dynamics of Seachangers in rural and regional townships. In: Harkness, Alistair, and White, Rob, (eds.) Crossroads of Rural Crime: Representations and Realities of Transgression in the Australian Countryside. Emerald Publishing, Bingley, U.K., pp. 149-166.

Babacan, Hurriyet, and Gopalkrishnan, Narayan (2017) Prevailing paradigms: enforced settlement, control and fear in Australian national discourse. In: Fischer-Tahir, Andrea, and Wagenhofer, Sophie, (eds.) Disciplinary Spaces: spatial control, forced assimilation and narratives of progress since the 19th century. Sozial und Kulturgeographie, 14 . Transcript Verlag, Blelefeld, Germany, pp. 189-219.

Gopalkrishnan, Narayan, and Pulla, Venkat (2016) Beyond cultural competence: working across cultures in a globalized world. In: Pulla, Venkat, (ed.) The Lhotsampa People of Bhutan: resilience and survival. Palgrave Macmillan, New York, NY, USA, pp. 121-143.

Clarke, Michael, and Hayes, Anna (2016) Introduction: inside Xinjiang. In: Hayes, Anna, and Clarke, Michael, (eds.) Inside Xinjiang: space, place and power in China's Muslim far northwest. Routlede Contemporary China Series . Routledge, London, UK, pp. 1-11.

Smith, Bryan (2016) Provoking digital common sense: Reddit, racialized language and the final vocabulary of race. In: Ng-A-Fook, Nicholas, Ibrahim, Awad, and Reis, Giuliano, (eds.) Provoking Curriculum Studies: Strong Poetry and the Arts of the Possible. Studies in Curriculum Theory Series . Routledge, New York, NY, USA, pp. 104-115.

Hayes, Anna (2016) Space, place and ethnic identity in the Xinjiang Regional Museum. In: Hayes, Anna, and Clarke, Michael, (eds.) Inside Xinjiang: space, place and power in China's Muslim far northwest. Routlede Contemporary China Series . Routledge, London, UK, pp. 52-72.

Book

Ranjan, Amit, and Chattoraj, Diotima (2023) Migration, Regional Autonomy, and Conflicts in Eastern South Asia: Searching for a Home(land). Palgrave Macmillan Cham, Cham, Switzerland, pp. 1-337.

Collins, Jock, Krivokapic-Skoko, Branka, Jordan, Kirrily, Babacan, Hurriyet, and Gopalkrishnan, Narayan (2020) Cosmopolitan place making in Australia: immigrant minorities and the built environment in cities, regional and rural areas. Palgrave Macmillan, Singapore.

Palmer, Darren, Coventry, Gary, Dawes, Glenn, and Moston, Stephen (2020) Crime, Criminalisation and Refugees: the case of Sudanese Australians. Springer Briefs in Criminology . Springer, Singapore.

Hayes, Anna, and Clarke, Michael (2016) Inside Xinjiang: space, place and power in China's Muslim far northwest. Routlede Contemporary China Series . Routledge, London, UK.

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