Christine Inglis - Honoraray Associate Professor
Professor Christine Inglis, Director of the Multicultural and Migration Research Centre, has been associated with the University of Sydney since 1975 when she joined the Department of Education and then the Research Institute for Asia and the Pacific before joining Sociology and Social Policy in 2006.
Since 2010 she has been Editor of the highly ranked journal International Sociology which is published by SAGE for the International Sociology Association.
Christine’s major research focus has been on migration and ethnic relations with particular reference to Australia and Southeast Asia. She has led a number of major ARC research projects, including most recently on Transnationalism and Citizenship which is examining the experiences of transnationalism among Turkish, Chinese and Hong Kong born in Sydney and Brisbane.
The role of education has been an important area explored in her work. In additional to writing on the policy implications of ethnic diversity for the International Institute of Educational Planning of UNESCO she has also focussed extensively on the experiences of second generation immigrants in Australia which has led to several publications. These include a study funded by the Department of Department of Immigration and Citizenship, comparing the experiences of Turkish and Lebanese Second Generation youth in Sydney and Melbourne. This study which developed out of her extensive involvement with Turkish settlement in Australia is associated with the Dutch-based TIES (The Integration of the European Second Generation) Project which compares the outcomes for second generation youth in a number of European countries. The Australian results which were contained in a report to DIAC are now being revised for publication in a book to be published by Amsterdam University Press.
Other Offices Held
A frequent reviewer for journals in the area of migration and ethnic relations, Christine is on the editorial board of Diversities and the British Journal of Sociology. She has played a major role on the executives of scholarly associations including the Asian Studies Association of Australia and the ANU’s Centre for the Study of the Chinese Southern Diaspora as well as the International Sociological Association where she has been President of its Research Committee on Ethnic, Race and Minority Relations as well as the first Australian member of the ISA’s Council. From 1998 to 2002 she was also ISA’s Vice-President with responsibility for publications.
Books and Monographs
- 2011 C. Inglis Türkiye to Australia: Turkish Settlement in Victoria Melbourne:Moreland Turkish Association
- 2011 C. Inglis Final Report on Inequality, Discrimination and Social Cohesion: Socio-economic Mobility and Incorporation of Australian-born Lebanese and Turkish Background Youth (the TIAS) Project for the Department of Immigration and Citizenship.
- 2008 C. Inglis Planning for Cultural Diversity, Fundamentals of Educational Planning Series no. 87, Paris: International Institute of Educational Planning/UNESCO
- 1996 C. Inglis Multiculturalism: New Policy Responses to Diversity Paris:UNESCO MOST Policy Papers no.4 pp.70
- 1995 C. Inglis & R. Philps Teachers in the Sun: The Impact of Immigrant Teachers on the Labour Force Canberra: AGPS pp.197
- 1993 C. Stahl, R. Ball, C. Inglis & P. Gutman Global Population Movements and Their Implications for Australia Canberra:AGPS pp.xiv+148..
- 1992 C. Inglis, J. Elley & L. Manderson "Making Something of Myself..."Educational Attainment and Social and Economic Mobility of Turkish Young People in Australia AGPS, Canberra pp.x11+ 160, appendices pp.27.
- 1978 C. Turney, C. Inglis, K. Sinclair and R. Straton Inner-City Schools: Children, Teachers and Parents Sydney: Sydney University Press.
Edited Books and Compilations
- 2009  C. Inglis, S. Akgonul & S. De Tapia, Special Issue of International Journal on Multicultural Societies “Turks Abroad: Settlers, Citizens, Transnationals” vol 11 no.2
- 2004 with Matthias Koenig “Editorial” special issue of International Journal on Multicultural Societies vol. 6 no. 2 www.unesco.org/shs/ijms
- 1997 (Published May 1998) C. Inglis Special Issue of Asian Pacific Migration Journal [Migration, Ethnic Relations and Identity Constructions] vol.6 nos. 3-4 Editor
- 1992 C.Inglis, S. Gunasekaren, G. Sullivan and C.-T Wu eds. Asians in Australia:The Dynamics of Migration and Settlement Sydney/Singapore: Allen & Unwin/ISEAS.
Chapters in Books
- 2012 C. Inglis “Australia, Multicultural Education In “ in James Banks ed. Encyclopedia of Diversity in Education, Sage, Thousand Oaks CA
- 2011 C. Inglis “The Incorporation of Australian Youth in a Multicultural and Transnational World.” Pp. 151-178 in J. Jupp and M. Clyne eds Integration and Multiculturalism-a Harmonius Relationship ANU E Press Canberra
- 2011 C. Inglis & S. Ear “Education in Colonial Southeast Asia “ pp. 231-232 in World History Encyclopedia (vols. 15, 16, & 17The Age of Revolutions 1750-1914.) edited by James H. Overfield (University of Vermont). ABC-Clio/Greenwood, Santa Barbara, CA
- 2009 C. Inglis “The Transformation of the Chinese Population in Australia” in Leo Suryadinata & Lee Guan Kin eds Chinese Migration in Comparative Perspectives: Adaptation and Development Chinese Heritage Centre, Singapore pp29-52
- 2009 C. Inglis “The International Movement of People: A multi-headed policy hydra for liberal democracies” in Michael Heazle, Martin Griffiths and Tom Conley eds. Foreign Policy Challenges in the 21st Century, Edward Elgar, Cheltenham UK/ Northhampton USA pp.185-206
- 2009 C. Inglis “ Multicultural Education in Australia: Two generations of evolution” in J. Banks ed The Routledge International Companion to Multicultural Education Routledge: New York & London pp 109-120
- 2007 C. Inglis & S. Model “ Diversity and Mobility in Australia” in A. Heath and S. Y. Cheung eds. Unequal Chances: Ethnic Minorities in Western Labour Markets, Oxford: Oxford University Press pp. 45-102
- 2007 C. Inglis “The Tyranny of Distance: Turkish Transnationalism from an Australian Perspective” in G. Isci ed. Proceedings of the Conference on ‘When “Away’ Becomes “Home”: Cultural Consequences of Migration’ Organised by the Cultural Studies Symposium, Ege University, Izmir 4-6 May 2005.
- 2006 C. Inglis “Communities: Australia”. The Encyclopedia of the Chinese Overseas. L. Pan ed. 2nd edition Singapore, Editions Didier Millet: 274-285.
- 2006 C. Inglis “Communities: The South Pacific: Papua New Guinea”. The Encyclopedia of the Chinese Overseas. L. Pan ed. 2nd edition Singapore Editions Didier Millet: 296-299.
- 2004 C. Inglis “Australian Educational Changes and Challenges in Response to Multiculturalism, Globalization and Transnationalism” pp 186-205 in S. Luchtenberg ed. Migration Education and Change London: Routledge
- 2004 C. Inglis “Education: Overseas Chinese” in Ooi Kit Gin ed. Historical Encyclopedia of Southeast Asia, Santa Barbara:ABC-Clio pp.476-478
- 2004 C. Inglis “ Education, Western Secular” in Ooi Kit Gin ed. Historical Encyclopedia of Southeast Asia, Santa Barbara:ABC-Clio pp.482-487
- 2004 C.Inglis “Education: Traditional Religious” in Ooi Kit Gin ed. Historical Encyclopedia of Southeast Asia, Santa Barbara:ABC-Clio pp478-482
- 2004 C. Inglis “Multiculturalism, Australia and Asia: Reflections on the Relationship” pp.161-176 in T. McGee & D. Edgington eds. Australian and Canadian Approaches to Globalization in an Era of Unstable Globalization Vancouver: Centre for Australasian Research, Institute for Asian Research, University of British Columbia
- 2003 C. Inglis “The Domestication of Difference and the Transformaion of Ethnic Relations” in Leszek Kosinski & Kurt Pawlik eds Social Science at the Crossroads: Proceedings of the Conference on the Social Sciences and Social Policy in the 21st Century” Paris: International Social Sciences Council/ CD Rom format
- 2003 C.Inglis “Contemporary Educational Issues in Multicultural Immigrant Societies” pp 133-148 in M. Charney, B. Yeoh & T.C.Kiong eds Asian Migrants and Education: The tensions of education in immigrant societies and among migrant groups Amsterdam: Kluwer
- 2003 C. Inglis “Race, Ethnicity and Immigration” pp.573-589 in I. Macallister, S. Dowrick & R. Hassan Cambridge Handbook of Social Sciences in Australia, Oakleigh:Cambridge University Press,
- 2001 C. Inglis “Immigration to Australia” pp. 1008-1016 in J.Ciment ed. Encyclopedia of American Immigration Armonk, NY: M.E. Sharpe
- 2001 C. Inglis "Independence, Incorporation and Policy Research: An Australian Case Study" pp 85-106 in P.Ratcliffe ed The Politics of Social Science Research: ‘Race’, Ethnicity and Social Change Basingstoke:Palgrave
- 2001 C. Inglis “ Singaporeans” pp. 681-884 in J. Jupp ed The Australian People: An encyclopedia of the nation, its people and their origins 2nd ed. Oakleigh:Cambridge University Press
- 2001 C. Inglis “L’immigration asiatique et la transformation des institutions australiennes” pp. 428-439 in M. Wieviorka & J. O’Hana eds La difference culturelle. Une reformualtion des débats, Colloque de Cerisy Paris: Balland
- 2000 C. Inglis “Asians and Race Relations in Australia” in P. Ong ed. The State of Asian Pacific America: Transforming Race Relations: A Public Policy Document Los Angeles: LEAP Asian Pacific American Public Policy Institute & UCLA Asian American Studies Centre
- 1999 C. Inglis “Changements dans les formes de l’immigration, les politiques d’intégration et les programmes de recherche en Australie” in Migrations internationales et relations interethnique: recherche, politique et société Ida Simon-Barouh & Veronique de Rudder eds L’Harmattan: Paris pp 129-162 ISBN 2-7384 8098-5
- 1999 C. Inglis “Australia’s “New” Asian Immigration and its Impact in a Period of Globalisation” in Asian Migration: Pacific Rim Dynamics eds. Y-F Tseng, C. Bulbeck, L-H N Chiang, J-C Hsu Interdisciplinary Group for Australian Studies, National Taiwan University: Taipei, Taiwan pp69-93 ISBN 957-02-4858-0
- 1999 C.Inglis “Middle Class Migration: New considerations in research and policy” in Future of Australian Multiculturalism: Reflections on the Twentieth Anniversary of Jean Martin’s “The Migrant Presence” ed. G. Hage & R. Couch RIHSS, University of Sydney: Sydney pp.45-63 ISBN 0 9585973 16
- 1998 C. Inglis “Perspectives and Problems of International Comparative Research”. Migration Research in the Asia Pacific: Australian Perspectives. In P. Brownlee and C. Mitchell eds Wollongong, University of Wollongong pp69-82 ISSN 1328-2530
- 1998 C. Inglis “Communities: Australia”. The Encyclopedia of the Chinese Overseas. L. Pan ed. Singapore/Cambridge Mass/ Surrey UK/ Hong Kong; Archipelago Press/Landmark Book/Harvard University Press/Curzon Editions, Curzon Press/Joint Publishing HK Co. Ltd: 274-285. ISBNs 918-3018-92-5; 0-674-25210-1; 0-7007-1122-8; 962-04-1589-2 ; French edition published by Editions didier Millet: Paris
- 1998 C. Inglis “Communities: The South Pacific: Papua New Guinea”. The Encyclopedia of the Chinese Overseas. L. Pan ed. Singapore/Cambridge Mass/ Surrey UK/ Hong Kong; Archipelago Press/Landmark Book/Harvard University Press/Curzon Editions, Curzon Press/Joint Publishing HK Co. Ltd: 296-299. ISBNs 918-3018-92-5; 0-674-25210-1; 0-7007-1122-8; 962-04-1589-2 French edition published by Editions Didier Millet: Paris
- 1998 C. Inglis, Pluralism and Multiculturalism:The Australian Response. Migration und Einwanderungspolitik in Europa und in der Asiatisch-Pacificshen Region. S. Fritsch-Oppermann ed. Loccum, Evangelischen Akademie: 133-150. ISBN 3-8172-1595-9
- 1998 D. Ip, C.T.Wu and C. Inglis “Gold Mountain No More: “Impressions of Australian Society Among Recent Asian Immigrants” in E. Sinn ed. The Last Half Century of Chinese Overseas. Hong Kong: Hong Kong University Press pp.347 –370 ISBN 962-209-446-5
- 1998 C.T. Wu; Ip, David F.; Inglis, Christine; Kawakami, Ikuo and Duivenvoorden, Karel “Settlement Experience of Recent Chinese Immigrants in Australia : A Comparison of Settlers from Hong Kong, Taiwan and China”. in E. Sinn ed. The Last Half Century of Chinese Overseas. Hong Kong: Hong Kong University Press. pp.391-422 ISBN 962-209-446-5
- 1997 C. Inglis `Globalisation and the Impact of Asian Migration on Australia and Canada' in K. Burridge, L. Foster & G. Turcotte ed. Canada-Australia: Towards a Second Century of Partnership. International Council for Canadian Studies and Carleton University Press: Ottawa. pp.45-76 ISBN 0-88629-328-6
- 1997 C. Inglis “Asian Immigration, Multiculturalism and National Identity in Australia”. Encountering Strangers: Responses and Consequences. G. Rystaad. Lund, Lund University Press: 204-223. ISBN 91-7966-398-2
- 1995 C. Inglis & J.Elley `The Two Worlds of Turkish Australian Youth' 193-204 in C. Guerra & R. White eds. Ethnic Minority Youth in Australia: Challenging the Myths Hobart: National Clearing House on Youth Studies.
- 1994 C. Inglis `The Australian-Asian Connection in the 1990s' pp.52-29 in Network for Intercultural Communication The Challenge of Diversity: National Identity in a Global Community NT University Darwin.
- 1994 C. Inglis, A. Birch & G. Sherington "An Overview of Australian and Canadian Immigration" pp.3-30 in H. Adelman, A. Borowski, M. Burstein and L Foster eds. Immigration and Refugee Policy: Australia and Canada Compared Melbourne University Press/ University of Toronto Press.
- 1994 C. Inglis, D. Lary & C.T.Wu "Hong Kong Migration to Australia and Canada: A Comparison" pp.405-442 in H. Adelman, A. Borowski, M. Burstein and L Foster eds. Immigration and Refugee Policy: Australia and Canada Compared Melbourne University Press/ University of Toronto Press.
- 1994 C. Inglis & C. T. Wu "The Hong Kong Chinese in Sydney" pp.197-214 in R. Skeldon ed Reluctant Exiles: Migration and Overseas Hong Kong Chinese Communities. M.E.Sharpe [series Hong Kong Becoming China: The Transition to 1997]. A Japanese edition has been published by Kourosha: Kyoto.
- 1994 C. Inglis "Linkages Between Methodology, Research and Theory in Race and Ethnic Relations: The Case of Australia" pp.68-90 in P. Ratcliffe ed. Race, Ethnicity and Nation: International Perspectives on Social Conflict UCL (University College London) Press London.
- 1993 C. Inglis `Turkish Youth and the Educational Rainbow' pp.39-54 in R. Akcelik ed. Turkish Youth in Australia Melbourne: Australian Turkish Friendship Society Publications no. 4.
- 1992 C. Inglis & C T Wu `Introduction' pp.xi -xvi and `The "New" Migration of Asian Skill and Capital to Australia: Implications for Theory and Research' pp.193-230 in C. Inglis et al eds. Asian Migration and Australia: The Dynamics of Change Sydney/Singapore: Allen & Unwin/ISEAS.
- 1991 C. Inglis `Women and Trade: A Chinese Example from Papua New Guinea' pp.44-69 in H.D.B.Baker and S. Feuchtwang eds. An Old State in New Settings:Studies in the Social Anthropology of China in Memory of Maurice Freedman Oxford: JASO [Journal of the Anthropological Society of Oxford] Occasional Papers no.8.
- 1991 C. Inglis & L. Manderson `Turkish Immigrants in Australia' pp.97-130 in J. Ogbu and M. Gibson eds Minority Status and Schooling: Immigrants and Non Immigrants Berkeley : Garland Publishing.
- 1991 C. Inglis `Education' pp 1596-1623 in R. Taylor ed. Handbooks of the Modern World: Asia and the Pacific New York and Oxford: Facts on File.
- 1990 C. Inglis & C.T. Wu `The "New" Asian Migration of Skill and Capital in the Asia-Pacific Region:New Directions and Theoretical Implications' in Robert R. Reed ed. Patterns of Migration in Southeast Asia pp. 282-302 Occasional Paper no 16 Centers for South and Southeast Asian Studies, University of California, Berkeley.
- 1989 C. Inglis `Teachers and Educational Change in Singapore 1945-1987' pp.47-78 in Papers on Education in East and Southeast Asia Occasional papers vol.7 Auckland: New Zealand Asian Studies Society.
- 1988 C. Inglis & L. Manderson `Families, Their Children and Education in Australia' pp.47-78 in R. Akcelik and J. Elley eds. Turkish Community in Australia Melbourne: Australian-Turkish Friendship Society Publications no.3.
- 1988 C. Inglis `The Lion and the Dragon: The Changing Nature of Chinese Identity in Singapore' in J.Cushman and Wang Gungwu eds. Changing Identities of the Southeast Asian Chinese since World War II pp.109-110 Hong Kong: Hong Kong University Press.
- 1988 C. Inglis `Singaporeans' in J Jupp ed. Encyclopedia of Australian People: an Encyclopedia of the Nation, Its People and Their Origins pp.797-8 Sydney: Angus & Robertson.
- 1988 C. Inglis `Chinese Business in the Asian Pacific Region' pp 145-157 in R. Holton ed. Immigration, Multiculturalism and Economic Development Centre for Multicultural Studies, Flinders University of South Australia.
- 1986 C. Inglis `Contemporary Theoretical Research on Race and Ethnicity Section 4.3 Australia, New Zealand and the Pacific' pp.28 36 UNESCO Yearbook on Peace and Conflict Studies (1984) Greenwood Press Connecticut.
- 1985 C. Inglis `Migrant Women and Child Care' pp 279 86 in M. Poole, P.de Lacey and B.S.Randhawa Australia in Transition: Culture and Life Possibilities Sydney:Harcourt, Brace, Jovanovich.
- 1985 C. Inglis `The Role of Multiculturalism in Singapore's Education System' pp615 31 in W. Mitter and J.Swift eds Education and the Diversity of Cultures. Bildung und Erziehung Beiheft 2/11 Koln/Wein: Boehlauverlag.
- 1983 C. Inglis `The Feminization of the Teaching Profession in Singapore' pp 217 38 in L. Manderson ed. Women's Work and Women's Role: Economic and Everyday Life in Indonesia, Malaysia and Singapore. Canberra and New York: Development Studies Centre Monographs no.32 Australian National University.
- 1979 C. Inglis `Educational Policy and Changes in Occupational Structure in Peninsular Malaysia' pp 205 231 in J. Jackson and M. Rudner eds. Issues in Malaysian Development Singapore: Heineman and Asian Studies Association of Australia.
- 1977 C. Inglis `Chinese Education in Southeast Asia' pp.108-136 in K.Orr ed. Appetite for Education in Southeast Asia Development Studies Centre Monograph no.10 Australian National University, Canberra.
- 1972 C. Inglis `Chinese' in Encyclopedia of Papua and New Guinea 170 74. Melbourne & Port Moresby: Melbourne University Press and University of Papua New Guinea.
Articles in Refereed Journals
- 2011 C. Inglis “Chinatown Sydney: A Window on the Chinese community” Journal of Chinese Overseas vol. 7 no.1 pp. 45-68 May 2011
- 2010 C.Inglis Russian Version of “Research on Second Generation Migrants in Australia” in Russian Journal 40-41 2010 pp.5-12
- 2010 C.Inglis “ The Use of Multiple Methodologies in the Study of Migration and Ethnic Communities” pp.571-580 in Russian Published book/proceedings?
- 2009  C. Inglis, S. Akgonul and S. de Tapia “Turks Abroad:Settlers, Citizens, Transnationals” IJMS: International Journal on Multicultural Societies. Vol.11, no.2 104-118
- 2007 Inglis, Christine. Transnationalism in an Uncertain Environment: Relationship between Migration, Policy and Theory. IJMS: International Journal on Multicultural Societies. 2007, vol.9, no.2, pp.185-204.
- 2006 C. Inglis “International Approaches to Integration: Australia” in Canadian Diversity vol. 5 no. 1 Winter 2006 pp14-18
- 2005 C.,Inglis “Comments on Michael Buroway’s ASA Presidential Address” British Journal of Sociology, vol.56 no.3 2005 pp.383-387
- 2001 C. Inglis “Transnationalism: An Australian Perspective” The Brown Journal of Current World Affairs” vol. viii no.2 Summer/Fall 2001 pp.1-13
- 1998 D. Ip, C.T. Wu and C. Inglis “Settlement Experiences of Taiwanese Immigrants in Australia.” Asian Studies Review 22 (no.1): 79-96.
- 1997 (Published in May 1998) D. Ip, C. Inglis and C.T.Wu " “Concepts of Citizenship and Identity Among Recent Asian Immigrants in Australia.” Asian and Pacific Migration Journal 6 (nos.3-4): 363-384.
- 1997 (Published May 1998) C. Inglis “The Chinese of Papua New Guinea: From Settlers to Sojourners.” Asian and Pacific Migration Journal 6(nos 3-4): 317-341.
- 1997 (Published May 1998). C. Inglis “Introduction: Identity in a Changing World.” Asian and Pacific Migration Journal 6(nos 3-4): 267-273.
- 1995 C. Inglis `Australia's Refugee Policy in an International Context' Australian Quarterly v. 66 no.4 pp15-26
- 1992 C.T.Wu & C. Inglis `Hong Kong Illegal Immigration' Asian & Pacific Migration Journal vol. 1 no. 3-4 601-622. The major responsibility for this article was taken by C.T.Wu.
- 1986 C. Inglis `Policy Issues in the Education of Minorities in Australia" in Education and Urban Society August vol.18 no.4 pp.423 36
- 1985 L. Manderson & C. Inglis `Workforce Participation and Childrearing among Turkish Women in Sydney, Australia Ethnic and Racial Studies 8 no.2 194 204
- 1984 C. Inglis & L. Manderson `Patterns of Child Care Amongst Women in the Sydney Turkish Community' Australian Journal of Social Issues 19 no.2 113 24
- 1984 L. Manderson & C. Inglis `Turkish Migration and Workforce Participation in Sydney, Australia' International Migration Review 18 no.2 258 75. Reprinted, in German, in W. Weber ed. Einwanderungsland Australien 1987 Frankfurt am Main:Athenaeum Verlag GmbH.
- 1980 C. Inglis `Chinese Schools in Malaya During the Colonial Period' Kabar Seberang no.7 82 93
- 1975/6 C. Inglis `Particularism in the Economic Organization of the Chinese in Papua New Guinea' Anthropololgical Forum IV no.1 69 76
- 1975 C. Inglis `Some Recent Australian Writing on Immigration and Assimilation' International Migration Review 9 no.3 335 44
- 1972 C. Inglis `The Chinese in Australia' International Migration Review 6 no.3 266 81
- 1968 C. Inglis `Notes on the Assimilation of the Darwin Chinese' Australian and New Zealand Journal of Sociology 4 no.1 49 54