Professor Meaghan Morris

BA, MèsL, PhD, FAHA, FHKAH
Professor of Gender and Cultural Studies
Distinguished Adjunct Professor of Cultural Studies, Lingnan University, Hong Kong
Fellow of the Academy of the Humanities of Australia
Fellow of the Hong Kong Academy of the Humanities

A18 - Brennan MacCallum Building
The University of Sydney

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Biographical details

Professor Meaghan Morris is a figure of world stature in the field of Cultural Studies. She is Chair of the Inter-Asia Cultural Studies Society and past Chair of the international Association for Cultural Studies (ACS), 2004-08. A Fellow of the Australian Academy of the Humanities, the Hong Kong Academy of the Humanities, and a former ARC Senior Fellow, from 2000-2012 she was founding Chair Professor of Cultural Studies at Lingnan University, Hong Kong.

Research interests

Film and media historiographies; local and national cultures in globalisation; Australian and Asian-Pacific popular culture; action adventure in cinema and literature; public cultures and institutions after 'privatisation'.

Awards and honours

  • 2012: Inaugural Induction to the Cultural Studies Association of Australasia (CSAA) Hall of Fame.
  • 2012-14: Elected Chair, Inter-Asia Cultural Studies Society
  • 2009-13: Appointed member, Research Grants Council (RGC), Hong Kong.
  • 2004-08: Chair and representative for Asia, Association for Cultural Studies.
  • 2003-08: Elected Senior Editor of Traces: A Multilingual Series of Cultural Theory and Translation [English; Chinese; Japanese; Korean editions]
  • 2006: Member, International Advisory Board, ARC Cultural Research Network
  • 2005: Member, Advisory Board, Hawke Research Institute for Sustainable Societies, University of South Australia
  • 1999: Visiting Professor, The Literature Program, Duke University
  • 1998: Visiting Fellow, Humanities Research Centre, Australian National University
  • 1997: Fellow of the Australian Academy of the Humanities
  • 1997: Member, International Organising Committee, Inter-Asia Cultural Studies
  • 1996-1997: Member, Reference Group, ARC Strategic Disciplinary Review of Research and Research Training in the Humanities
  • 1994-1999: ARC Senior Fellowship, Humanities and Social Sciences, University of Technology, Sydney
  • 1993: Senior Fellow, Society for the Humanities, Cornell University
  • 1991-1993: Category A Senior Fellowship, Literature Board of the Australia Council
  • 1989: The Pirate's Fiancée shortlisted for the Victorian Premier's Literary Award, General Section

Editorial

Member of the Editorial Advisory Boards of the following journals:

JOMEC: Journalism, Media and Cultural Studies; Culture, Theory and Critique;

Humanities Research; Culture Unbound: Journal of Current Cultural Research;

Sociology Compass; Studies in Australasian Film;

Graduate Journal of Asia-Pacific Studies;

Portal: Journal of Multidisciplinary International Studies;

Communication and Critical/Cultural Studies;

Journal of Visual Culture;

Inter-Asia Cultural Studies;

Journal of Australian Studies;

Camera Obscura;

Cultural Studies.

Conferences

“Liminality and Everyday Life in Hong Kong”, 2015 Asian Culture Complex Vision Forum, Gwangju, S. Korea, 3-4 April 2015.

“Hong Kong as Method? Issues of an impermanently non-resident permanent resident”, Keynote, Hong Kong as Method, University of Hong Kong, 7-9 Dec. 2014.

“Meaghan Morris and John Frow, In Conversation”, Reading the Country 30 Years On, Australian Indigenous Studies Program, University of Melbourne, 1-3 Oct. 2014.

“I woke up early; there was no worm”, Pleasure and Practice panel, The Value of the Humanities Colloquium, Humanities Research Centre, ANU, Canberra, 14-`15 August, 2014.

“Reframing the Conversation”, Roundtable opening address, Summit on the Humanities, Dartmouth College, New Hampshire USA, May 9-10, 2014.

“In Praise of Parochial Blockbusters: Community, Change and Cliché in Trans-local Action Cinema”. Golden Jubilee series, Centre for the Study of Developing Societies, Delhi, India, 27 Mar, 2014.

“Aesthetics and Governmentality, or, What is the Use of Kung Fu?’. The Luminous Celluloid: Shared reflections on the Cinematic Legacy series, Department of Film Studies, Javadpur University, Kolkata, India, 23 Mar. 2014.

“Cultural Studies as a Transnational Enterprise: Queering Habitus”. Frontiers of Transqueer Studies, University of Sydney, 13-14 Feb. 2014.

“Baz Luhrmann’s Australia: Cliché, Community and Transnational Blockbuster Action”. Offshore Processes: International Perspectives on Australian Film and Television. Monash Prato Centre, Italy, 8-11 July 2012.

“What’s Critical about Action? Reflections on Trans-Cliché”. Re-screening the Social: Critical/Radical Cinema, TRANS: Screen Culture Symposium, Korea National University of the Arts and Korea Cultural Studies Society, Seoul 12 May 2012.

“‘The Great Australian Loneliness’: On Writing an Inter-Asian Biography of Ernestine Hill”, New Communities, New Racisms, The 4th Asian Australian Studies Research Network Conference, University of Melbourne 10-11 Nov. 2011.

“The World, The Fame and the Video Star”, Keynote, World Cinema Now, Research Unit in Film Culture and Theory, Monash University, Melbourne 27-29 Sept. 2011.

“Jane has a brooding desire for…’: Community, Change and Cliché”. Keynote, Storytelling: Literature, Language and Culture, 36th Congress of AULLA, University of Auckland, New Zealand, 7-9 February 2011.

“Transnational Glamour, National Allure: on preferring Baz Luhrmann to Zhang Yimou”, Keynote, Baz Luhrmann’s Australia Reviewed, National Museum of Australia, 7-8 Dec. 2009.

“Banality, Inter-Asia and Institutional Life”, Opening Plenary, Inter-Asia Cultural Typhoon in Tokyo 2009, Tokyo University of Foreign Studies, 3-5 July 2009.

“An Anglophone Discipline? Language politics in teaching Cultural Studies in Hong Kong”, Keynote, Disciplining Innovation: new learning & teaching in media & cultural studies, Dept. of Critical & Cultural Studies, Macquarie University, Sydney, Nov. 21, 2008.

“‘I hear motion’, but what’s moving?: sceptical notes on academic mobility in the Asia-Pacific region”. Opening Address, Moving Ideas, Monash Conference Centre, Melbourne, 22 July 2008

New Keywords in Retrospect—how hard can internationalizing be?”, Keywords of the Contemporary Asia and Pacific: Conversations series, Australian National University College of Asia and the Pacific, Canberra, 11 July, 2007.

“Surviving ‘Globalization’: Cultural Studies, Creativity and Critique”, Centre for Contemporary Cultural Studies, Shanghai University, PRC, 24 May, 2007.

“Cultural Studies in Translation: a multi-lingual challenge?”, School of Foreign Studies, Jinan University, Guangzhou PRC, 20 Oct. 2006.

“What’s Foreign in Cultural Studies?: reflections from Hong Kong”, Power Lecture series, Power Institute Foundation for Art & Visual Culture, University of Sydney, Australia, 11 Oct. 2006.

Cornell University Lecture, Cornell, Ithaca NY USA, 18 Sept, 2006.

“Doing Cultural Studies in English: a Multilingual Challenge?”, Plenary, First Pearl River Delta English Studies Graduate Student Conference, University of Macau, Macao SAR, 27-29 June 2006.

“Heroes: Credibility, Community and the Uses of Aesthetics”, Featured speech, Fifth Wenshan International Conference , Dept. of English, National Chengchi University, Taiwan, March 11, 2006.

“Teaching versus Research? Cultural Studies and the New Class Politics in Knowledge”, Keynote, Teaching Cultural Studies Workshop, National Central University, Chong-li, Taiwan, Jan. 12-16, 2006.

“Foreign Values: or, On English as a Chinese Language”, The Sir Keith Hancock Lecture, Creating Value: The Humanities, Their Publics, 36th Annual Symposium of the Australian Academy of the Humanities, Canberra, 17-18 November 2005.

Vacant Possession/Koryu: Women and Culture in Transition”, Keynote, Asian Cities and Cultural Change, Humanities Research Centre, Australian National University, Canberra, 1 July 2005.

Vacant Possession/Koryu: Culture and Creativity in Transition”, Invited Speaker Session, Culture & Creativity Sub-theme, Women’s Worlds 2005, 9th International Interdisciplinary Congress on Women, Seoul, June 19-24, 2005.

“What’s Foreign in Cultural Studies? or, on English as a Chinese Language”. The Pavis Lecture, Open University, Milton Keynes, May 17, 2005.

“On the Future of Parochialism: Transnational Imagination in Action Cinema”, Centre

for Public Culture and Ideas, Griffith University, Brisbane, Nov. 5, 2004

“On the Future of Parochialism: Teaching Media in Tuen Mun”, Trans/Forming Cultures: Centre for Communication and Culture, University of Technology, Sydney, Oct. 14, 2004

“Heroes: Geopolitics, Community and the Uses of Aesthetics”, Keynote, Crossroads in Cultural Studies Fifth International Conference, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, June 25-28, 2004

“On the Future of Parochialism: Globalisation, Culture and Cinema Studies in Tuen Mun”. Keynote, Irish Postgraduate Film Research seminar, University of Ulster, Portrush, Northern Ireland, April 29-30, 2004

“Publics, Professionals and Privatization: ‘Life or Death’ in the New Academy”, Opening Address, Public Intellectuals in New Zealand: A Forum, University of Auckland, New Zealand, Sept. 26, 2003

“New Media and Class Consciousness in Action Cinema”, Lecture, University of Auckland, Sept. 25, 2003

“Outbreak: Synergy and SARS”, Keynote, Sonics Synergies: Creative Cultures, University of South Australia, Adelaide, July 17-20, 2003.

“Implementing ‘Globalisation’: Translation, Cultural Studies and Educational Reform”. Keynote Address, Ute Culture: The Uses of Culture and the Utility of Cultural Studies, Cultural Studies Association of Australia conference, University of Melbourne, Dec. 5-7, 2002.

“From ‘Criticism’ to ‘Research’: the Textual in the Academy'” Opening Address , Joint LU-UWS Workshop on Cultural Research, Centre for Cultural Research Website, 2002.

Selected grants

2011

  • Gender and Modernity Research Group; Morris M, Allon F, Cooper M, Driscoll C, Gatens M, Hardie M, Hickey-Moody A, Jayamanne L, Lusty N, Roberts M, Waldby C; University of Sydney/FARCS Grant.

Selected publications

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Books

  • Morris, M. (2006). Identity Anecdotes: Translation and Media Culture. New Delhi & London: Sage Publications.
  • Morris, M. (1998). Too Soon Too Late: History in Popular Culture. Bloomington, Indiana, USA: Indiana University Press.
  • Morris, M. (1988). The pirate's fiancée: feminism, reading, postmodernism. London; New York: Verso.

Edited Books

  • Driscoll, C., Morris, M. (2014). Gender, Media and Modernity in the Asia-Pacific. London: Routledge.
  • Morris, M., Hjort, M. (2012). Creativity and Academic Activism: Instituting Cultural Studies. Hong Kong: Hong Kong University Press.
  • Morris, M., Li, S., Ching-kiu, S. (2005). Hong Kong Connections: Transnational Imagination in Action Cinema. Durham & London: Duke University Press.
  • Bennett, T., Grossberg, L., Morris, M. (2005). New Keywords: A Revised Vocabulary of Culture and Society. Oxford: Blackwell Publishers.
  • Morris, M., de Bary, B. (2001). Traces 2: Race Panic and the Memory of Migration. Hong Kong: Hong Kong University Press.
  • Morris, M., Frow, J. (1993). Australian cultural studies: a reader. St Leonards, NSW: Allen and Unwin.

Book Chapters

  • Driscoll, C., Morris, M. (2014). Introduction: Gender, modernity and media in the Asia-Pacific. In Catherine Driscoll, Meaghan Morris (Eds.), Gender, Media and Modernity in the Asia-Pacific. London: Routledge.
  • Morris, M. (2013). Transnational Glamour, National Allure: Community, Change and Cliche in Baz Luhrmann's Australia. In Jan Shaw, Philippa Kelly, L E Semler (Eds.), Storytelling: Critical and Creative Approaches, (pp. 83-113). Basingstoke, United Kingdom: Palgrave Macmillan.
  • Hjort, M., Morris, M. (2012). Institutional Culture: A Manifesto with Rules. In M. Morris and M Hjort (Eds.), Creativity and Academic Activism: Instituting Cultural Studies, (pp. 21-23). Hong Kong: Hong Kong University Press.
  • Morris, M., Hjort, M. (2012). Introduction: Instituting Cultural Studies. In M. Morris and M Hjort (Eds.), Creativity and Academic Activism: Instituting Cultural Studies, (pp. 1-20). Hong Kong: Hong Kong University Press.
  • Morris, M. (2010). On English as a Chinese Language: Implementing Globalization. In Brett de Bary (Eds.), Universities in Translation: The Mental Labor of Globalization, (pp. 177-196). Aberdeen, Hong Kong: Hong Kong University Press.
  • Morris, M. (2009). Foreword. In Cunningham, Stuart (Eds.), In The Vernacular: A Generation of Australian Culture and Controversy, (pp. ix-xiii). Australia: University of Queensland Press.
  • Morris, M. (2006). Cultural Studies, Critical Theory and the Question of Genre: History in Action Cinema. In Joyce C. H. Liu (Eds.), Visual Culture and Critical Theory, Volume 2. Taiwan: Rye Field Publishing Company.
  • Morris, M. (2005). Introduction: Hong Kong Connections. In Meaghan Morris, Siu Leung Li & Stephen Chan Ching-kiu (Eds.), Hong Kong Connections: Transnational Imagination in Action Cinema, (pp. 1-18). Durham & London: Duke University Press.
  • Morris, M. (2005). On the Future of Parochialism: Globalization, Young and Dangerous IV, and Cinema Studies in Tuen Mun. In John Hill & Kevin Rockett (Eds.), Film History and National Cinema: Studies in Irish Film 2, (pp. 17-36). England: Four Courts Press.
  • Morris, M. (2004). Participating from a Distance. In K. Iwabuchi, S. Muecke & M. Thomas (Eds.), Rogue Flows: Trans-Asian Cultural Traffic, (pp. 249-261). Hong Kong: Hong Kong University Press.
  • Morris, M. (2004). The Man from Hong Kong in Sydney, 1975. In J. Ryan & C. Wallace-Crabb (Eds.), Imagining Australia; Literature and Culture in the New, New World, (pp. 235-266). USA: Harvard University Press.
  • Morris, M. (2001). Introduction. In M. Morris & B. de Bary (Eds.), Traces 2: Race Panic and the Memory of Migration, (pp. 1-18). Hong Kong: Hong Kong University Press.
  • Morris, M. (2001). Learning from Bruce Lee: Pedagogy and Political Correctness in Martial Arts Cinema. In Matthew Tinkcom & Amy Villarejo (Eds.), Keyframes: Popular Cinema and Cultural Studies, (pp. 171-186). London: Routledge imprint of Taylor & Francis.
  • Frow, J., Morris, M. (2000). Two Laws: Response to Elizabeth Povinelli. In Lauren Berlant (Eds.), Intimacy, (pp. 421-425). Chicago and London: The University of Chicago Press.

Journals

  • Morris, M. (2015). Encountering Typologies. Interventions: International Journal of Postcolonial Studies, 17(2), 258-268. [More Information]
  • Morris, M. (2015). Turning Up to Play: 'GT' and the Modern Game. Cultural Studies.
  • Morris, M. (2014). A Question of Legacy: What is the Use of Kung Fu? Journal of the Moving Image, 12(December 2014), 59-75.
  • Morris, M. (2014). Introducing Ross Chambers. Cultural Studies Review (Online), 20(1), 168-176.
  • Morris, M. (2014). The 'Great Australian Loneliness': on writing an Inter-Asian biography of Ernestine Hill. Journal of Intercultural Studies, 35(3), 238-249. [More Information]
  • Morris, M. (2013). Interview with Meaghan Morris. Communication and Critical/Cultural Studies, 10(1), 124-137. [More Information]
  • Driscoll, C., Morris, M. (2013). Introduction: Gender, modernity and media in the Asia-Pacific. Cultural Studies, 27(2), 165-185. [More Information]
  • Morris, M. (2013). Media and popular modernism around the Pacific War: an inter-Asian story. Memory Studies, 6(3), 359-369. [More Information]
  • Morris, M. (2013). On the power of exhilaration. Inter-Asia Cultural Studies, 14(3), 449-452. [More Information]
  • Morris, M. (2012). Sustaining the Festive Principle: Between Realism and Pleasure in Institution-Building. LOLA, 2.
  • Morris, M. (2012). What can a gwei por do? Cynthia Rothrock's Hong Kong Career. Inter-Asia Cultural Studies, 13(4), 559-575. [More Information]
  • Morris, M. (2011). Coping with cynicism. Cultural Studies, 25(1), 123-127. [More Information]
  • Morris, M. (2010). Inter-Asian banality and education. Inter-Asia Cultural Studies, 11(2), 157-164. [More Information]
  • Morris, M. (2009). Grizzling about Facebook. Australian Humanities Review, (47), 5-22.
  • Morris, M. (2009). I hear motion: sceptical notes on academic mobility in the Asia-Pacific region. Around the Globe, 5(1), 41-47.
  • Morris, M., Wright, H. (2009). Introduction: Transnationalism and Cultural Studies. Cultural Studies, 23(5-6), 689-693.
  • Morris, M. (2008). Teaching versus Research? Cultural Studies and the New Class Politics in Knowledge. Inter-Asia Cultural Studies, 9(3), 433-450. [More Information]
  • Morris, M. (2007). Culture on Tour: Ethnographies of Travel. Journal of Anthropological Research, 63, 149-151.
  • Morris, M. (2006). An Exchange on Theory and Cultural Studies. Cultural Studies Review, 12(1), 181-201.
  • Morris, M. (2006). From Criticism to Research: the 'Textual' in the Academy. Cultural Studies Review, 12(2), 17-32.
  • Morris, M. (2006). Politics is Plural (response to Hester Eisenstein). Women's Studies Quarterly, 34(1-2), 82-86.
  • Morris, M. (2005). Humanities for Taxpayers: Some Problems. New Literary History: a journal of theory and interpretation, 36(1), 111-129.
  • Bennett, T., Grossberg, L., Morris, M. (2005). Originals, Remakes, Assemblages: A Retrospect on New Keywords. Criticism: a quarterly for literature and the arts, 47(4), 567-571.
  • Morris, M. (2004). Transnational imagination in action cinema: Hong Kong and the making of a global popular culture. Inter-Asia Cultural Studies, 5(2), 181-199.
  • Morris, M. (2002). ’Decolonialising’ Cultural Studies: Introduction to Fred Chiu. Cultural Studies Review, 8(2), 27-32.

Edited Journals

  • Driscoll, C., Morris, M. (2013). Special Issue on Gender, Modernity and Media in the Asia-Pacific. Cultural Studies, 27(2).
  • Morris, M., Reisenleitner, M., Turner, C. (2008). Editorial Introduction. Inter-Asia Cultural Studies, 9(4), 519-521.
  • Frow, J., Schlunke, K., Allon, F., Morris, M. (2006). Engagements. Cultural Studies Review, 12(2).
  • Allon, F., Morris, M. (2006). Introduction: Cultural Research. Cultural Studies Review, 12(2).

2015

  • Morris, M. (2015). Encountering Typologies. Interventions: International Journal of Postcolonial Studies, 17(2), 258-268. [More Information]
  • Morris, M. (2015). Turning Up to Play: 'GT' and the Modern Game. Cultural Studies.

2014

  • Morris, M. (2014). A Question of Legacy: What is the Use of Kung Fu? Journal of the Moving Image, 12(December 2014), 59-75.
  • Driscoll, C., Morris, M. (2014). Gender, Media and Modernity in the Asia-Pacific. London: Routledge.
  • Morris, M. (2014). Introducing Ross Chambers. Cultural Studies Review (Online), 20(1), 168-176.
  • Driscoll, C., Morris, M. (2014). Introduction: Gender, modernity and media in the Asia-Pacific. In Catherine Driscoll, Meaghan Morris (Eds.), Gender, Media and Modernity in the Asia-Pacific. London: Routledge.
  • Morris, M. (2014). The 'Great Australian Loneliness': on writing an Inter-Asian biography of Ernestine Hill. Journal of Intercultural Studies, 35(3), 238-249. [More Information]

2013

  • Morris, M. (2013). Interview with Meaghan Morris. Communication and Critical/Cultural Studies, 10(1), 124-137. [More Information]
  • Driscoll, C., Morris, M. (2013). Introduction: Gender, modernity and media in the Asia-Pacific. Cultural Studies, 27(2), 165-185. [More Information]
  • Morris, M. (2013). Media and popular modernism around the Pacific War: an inter-Asian story. Memory Studies, 6(3), 359-369. [More Information]
  • Morris, M. (2013). On the power of exhilaration. Inter-Asia Cultural Studies, 14(3), 449-452. [More Information]
  • Driscoll, C., Morris, M. (2013). Special Issue on Gender, Modernity and Media in the Asia-Pacific. Cultural Studies, 27(2).
  • Morris, M. (2013). Transnational Glamour, National Allure: Community, Change and Cliche in Baz Luhrmann's Australia. In Jan Shaw, Philippa Kelly, L E Semler (Eds.), Storytelling: Critical and Creative Approaches, (pp. 83-113). Basingstoke, United Kingdom: Palgrave Macmillan.

2012

  • Morris, M., Hjort, M. (2012). Creativity and Academic Activism: Instituting Cultural Studies. Hong Kong: Hong Kong University Press.
  • Hjort, M., Morris, M. (2012). Institutional Culture: A Manifesto with Rules. In M. Morris and M Hjort (Eds.), Creativity and Academic Activism: Instituting Cultural Studies, (pp. 21-23). Hong Kong: Hong Kong University Press.
  • Morris, M., Hjort, M. (2012). Introduction: Instituting Cultural Studies. In M. Morris and M Hjort (Eds.), Creativity and Academic Activism: Instituting Cultural Studies, (pp. 1-20). Hong Kong: Hong Kong University Press.
  • Morris, M. (2012). Sustaining the Festive Principle: Between Realism and Pleasure in Institution-Building. LOLA, 2.
  • Morris, M. (2012). What can a gwei por do? Cynthia Rothrock's Hong Kong Career. Inter-Asia Cultural Studies, 13(4), 559-575. [More Information]

2011

  • Morris, M. (2011). Coping with cynicism. Cultural Studies, 25(1), 123-127. [More Information]

2010

  • Morris, M. (2010). Inter-Asian banality and education. Inter-Asia Cultural Studies, 11(2), 157-164. [More Information]
  • Morris, M. (2010). On English as a Chinese Language: Implementing Globalization. In Brett de Bary (Eds.), Universities in Translation: The Mental Labor of Globalization, (pp. 177-196). Aberdeen, Hong Kong: Hong Kong University Press.

2009

  • Morris, M. (2009). Foreword. In Cunningham, Stuart (Eds.), In The Vernacular: A Generation of Australian Culture and Controversy, (pp. ix-xiii). Australia: University of Queensland Press.
  • Morris, M. (2009). Grizzling about Facebook. Australian Humanities Review, (47), 5-22.
  • Morris, M. (2009). I hear motion: sceptical notes on academic mobility in the Asia-Pacific region. Around the Globe, 5(1), 41-47.
  • Morris, M., Wright, H. (2009). Introduction: Transnationalism and Cultural Studies. Cultural Studies, 23(5-6), 689-693.

2008

  • Morris, M., Reisenleitner, M., Turner, C. (2008). Editorial Introduction. Inter-Asia Cultural Studies, 9(4), 519-521.
  • Morris, M. (2008). Teaching versus Research? Cultural Studies and the New Class Politics in Knowledge. Inter-Asia Cultural Studies, 9(3), 433-450. [More Information]

2007

  • Morris, M. (2007). Culture on Tour: Ethnographies of Travel. Journal of Anthropological Research, 63, 149-151.

2006

  • Morris, M. (2006). An Exchange on Theory and Cultural Studies. Cultural Studies Review, 12(1), 181-201.
  • Morris, M. (2006). Cultural Studies, Critical Theory and the Question of Genre: History in Action Cinema. In Joyce C. H. Liu (Eds.), Visual Culture and Critical Theory, Volume 2. Taiwan: Rye Field Publishing Company.
  • Frow, J., Schlunke, K., Allon, F., Morris, M. (2006). Engagements. Cultural Studies Review, 12(2).
  • Morris, M. (2006). From Criticism to Research: the 'Textual' in the Academy. Cultural Studies Review, 12(2), 17-32.
  • Morris, M. (2006). Identity Anecdotes: Translation and Media Culture. New Delhi & London: Sage Publications.
  • Allon, F., Morris, M. (2006). Introduction: Cultural Research. Cultural Studies Review, 12(2).
  • Morris, M. (2006). Politics is Plural (response to Hester Eisenstein). Women's Studies Quarterly, 34(1-2), 82-86.

2005

  • Morris, M., Li, S., Ching-kiu, S. (2005). Hong Kong Connections: Transnational Imagination in Action Cinema. Durham & London: Duke University Press.
  • Morris, M. (2005). Humanities for Taxpayers: Some Problems. New Literary History: a journal of theory and interpretation, 36(1), 111-129.
  • Morris, M. (2005). Introduction: Hong Kong Connections. In Meaghan Morris, Siu Leung Li & Stephen Chan Ching-kiu (Eds.), Hong Kong Connections: Transnational Imagination in Action Cinema, (pp. 1-18). Durham & London: Duke University Press.
  • Bennett, T., Grossberg, L., Morris, M. (2005). New Keywords: A Revised Vocabulary of Culture and Society. Oxford: Blackwell Publishers.
  • Morris, M. (2005). On the Future of Parochialism: Globalization, Young and Dangerous IV, and Cinema Studies in Tuen Mun. In John Hill & Kevin Rockett (Eds.), Film History and National Cinema: Studies in Irish Film 2, (pp. 17-36). England: Four Courts Press.
  • Bennett, T., Grossberg, L., Morris, M. (2005). Originals, Remakes, Assemblages: A Retrospect on New Keywords. Criticism: a quarterly for literature and the arts, 47(4), 567-571.

2004

  • Morris, M. (2004). Participating from a Distance. In K. Iwabuchi, S. Muecke & M. Thomas (Eds.), Rogue Flows: Trans-Asian Cultural Traffic, (pp. 249-261). Hong Kong: Hong Kong University Press.
  • Morris, M. (2004). The Man from Hong Kong in Sydney, 1975. In J. Ryan & C. Wallace-Crabb (Eds.), Imagining Australia; Literature and Culture in the New, New World, (pp. 235-266). USA: Harvard University Press.
  • Morris, M. (2004). Transnational imagination in action cinema: Hong Kong and the making of a global popular culture. Inter-Asia Cultural Studies, 5(2), 181-199.

2002

  • Morris, M. (2002). ’Decolonialising’ Cultural Studies: Introduction to Fred Chiu. Cultural Studies Review, 8(2), 27-32.

2001

  • Morris, M. (2001). Introduction. In M. Morris & B. de Bary (Eds.), Traces 2: Race Panic and the Memory of Migration, (pp. 1-18). Hong Kong: Hong Kong University Press.
  • Morris, M. (2001). Learning from Bruce Lee: Pedagogy and Political Correctness in Martial Arts Cinema. In Matthew Tinkcom & Amy Villarejo (Eds.), Keyframes: Popular Cinema and Cultural Studies, (pp. 171-186). London: Routledge imprint of Taylor & Francis.
  • Morris, M., de Bary, B. (2001). Traces 2: Race Panic and the Memory of Migration. Hong Kong: Hong Kong University Press.

2000

  • Frow, J., Morris, M. (2000). Two Laws: Response to Elizabeth Povinelli. In Lauren Berlant (Eds.), Intimacy, (pp. 421-425). Chicago and London: The University of Chicago Press.

1998

  • Morris, M. (1998). Too Soon Too Late: History in Popular Culture. Bloomington, Indiana, USA: Indiana University Press.

1993

  • Morris, M., Frow, J. (1993). Australian cultural studies: a reader. St Leonards, NSW: Allen and Unwin.

1988

  • Morris, M. (1988). The pirate's fiancée: feminism, reading, postmodernism. London; New York: Verso.

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