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    • A critical examination of race in Business English coursebooks 

      Bedford, Sarah (University of Sydney. Education, 2011-11-11)
      This thesis examines ways in which uses of images and words contribute towards constructions of race in published Business English language coursebooks, by exploring coursebook writers’ perspectives on compiling their ...
    • Cut And Mix Culture: Visual Explorations Of Contemporary Diaspora Identity 

      Pugh, Rujunko Keiko (University of Sydney Faculty of Arts Sydney College of the Arts, 2017-05)
      In a globalised world, some black diaspora artists have used the agency of blackness as a strategy to interrupt our default thinking about visual arts formed by a dominant Western culture. This strategy, in combination ...
    • “HAIR IS IT, FOR AFRICANS:” African-Australian Hair Stories 

      Konneh, Ameisa Meima (2013)
      This thesis examines the relationship African-Australian men and women have with their hair. Through open-ended interviews with seven African-Australian men and women, aged 22-63, this thesis analyses the cultural significance ...
    • Haunted borders: Temporary migration and the recalibration of racialised belonging in Australia 

      Koleth, Elsa Yesudasan (University of Sydney Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences, 2017-05-18)
      The shift away from a focus on permanent settlement and towards a temporary migration paradigm is remaking Australia’s borders in the twenty-first century. Through an empirical case study of Indian migrants in Australia ...
    • ‘Interlocked Together’: Black-Jewish Relationality in Contemporary Jewish American Comedy 

      Tomkins, Sara Elizabeth (University of Sydney Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences School of Philosophical and Historical Inquiry Department of Gender and Cultural Studies, 2016-09)
      This thesis revisits the popular cultural narrative of black-Jewish relations in the United States — an association based on relational suffering — through an examination of contemporary Jewish American humour. It considers ...
    • Technologies of likeness: theorising race in queer families made through third party reproduction 

      Keaney, Jaya Josephine (University of Sydney Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences School of Philosophical and Historical Inquiry Department of Gender and Cultural Studies, 2019-03)
      Cultural reckonings with race so often direct us to the family, as a web of intimate inheritances and genealogical truths. Axiomatic notions of racial transmission suture race firmly to (hetero)sexual reproduction, ...