Professor Raewyn Connell

BA(Hons)(Melbourne), PhD(Sydney)
University Chair

A35 - Education Building
The University of Sydney

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Biographical details

Raewyn Connell, BA (Melb), PhD (Syd), holds a University Chair in the University of Sydney. She has previously held posts at the University of California at Santa Cruz, Macquarie University in Sydney, and Flinders University in Adelaide. She has held visiting posts at the University of Toronto, Harvard University, and Ruhr-Universität Bochum.

Raewyn is a Fellow of the Academy of Social Sciences in Australia, a recipient of the American Sociological Association's award for distinguished contribution to the study of sex and gender, and of the Australian Sociological Association's award for distinguished service to sociology in Australia. Raewyn's teaching fields have included general sociology, social theory, sociology of education, gender relations, sexuality, and research methods.

Currently, Raewyn is supervising seven research higher degree students, refecting the major contribution her own research and theorising about the social construction of masculinities has had in creating this international research field.

Raewyn's books, including Masculinities, and papers have been translated into 13 languages. Masculinities alone has been translated into Italian, Swedish, German, Spanish and Chinese, and is the most cited research publication in its field. More recently she has opened up questions about the relations between masculinities and neoliberal globalisation.

Raewyn is also a leading figure in other research fields, all of which are areas that demonstrate her characteristic concern for combining an understanding of large-scale social structures with recognition of personal experience and collective agency.

Making the Difference (1982) is the most discussed Australian study of social inequalities in education while in Gender and Power (1987) Raewyn developed an influential sociological theory of gender which her curent research is reformulating in a world context.

As author of Ruling Class Ruling Culture (1977) and co-author of Class Structure in Australian History (1980), Raewyn has also been a key figure in the development of an Australian sociology of class. Her other research agendas include adolescence, intellectual labour, and sexuality.

Raewyn's most recent book, Southern Theory (2007) discusses theorists unfamiliar in the European canon of social science, and explores the possibility of a genuinely global social science. Across these fields, Raewyn has tried to make social science relevant to social justice, becoming involved with campaigns, teachers and social-movement activists to bring research to bear on public policy and strategies of social change. Raewyn has conducted applied studies and given policy advice to governments about poverty and education, AIDS prevention, gender equity, and other fields.

In the past decade, Raewyn was invited by United Nations agencies to lead international discussions about masculinities, violence and peacemaking, and the role of men and boys in achieving gender equality.

Raewyn's work is widely cited in social science and humanities publications internationally. Four of her books were listed among the 10 most influential books in Australian sociology. She is frequently invited to give keynote addresses at conferences and seminars, including events in Canada, Switzerland, Germany, Senegal and Britain.

Research interests

Social structures, inequalities and social justice

  • Sociology of knowledge
  • Gender relations and gender identity
  • Social change

Keywords: world social science, global power structure, corporate masculinities, neocolonialism, teachers

Current research students

Project title Degree Research student
Gender, mass media and higher education. PhD Claudia ALARCON
Early career teachers in the new NSWIT regime. MPhil Kate KEELEY
Writing the Unwritten, Reading the Unspoken: a study of book clubs and the decolonising agency of Indigenous language in contemporary Australian literature PhD Julie-ann PAREDES
Transformation of masculinities in post-conflict contexts. PhD Jose SERRANO AMAYA

Associations

Awards and honours

  • American Sociological Association Award, for distinguished contribution to the study of sex and gender

  • Australian Sociological Association Award, for distinguished service to sociology in Australia

Selected grants

2013

  • Global Arenas of Knowledge: Centre/Periphery Relations and Change in Knowledge Production on a World Scale; Morrell R, Maia J, Connell R, Collyer F; Australian Research Council (ARC)/Discovery Projects (DP).

2012

  • The Sydney Social Justice Project; Carney T, Celermajer D, Connell R, Freebody P, Goodwin S, Graycar R, Ivison D, Keane J, Kinley D, Meagher G, Schlosberg D, Sluga G, Tormey S; DVC Research/Research Network Scheme (SyReNS).

2011

  • The making of market society on a world scale: social experience and social theory from the global south; Connell R; Australian Research Council (ARC)/Discovery Projects (DP).

2010

  • Sport and social inclusion: towards a new social policy of social justice; Connell R, Palmer C; DVC Research/International Visiting Research Fellowship (IVRF).

2004

  • Masculinities change and conflict in global society; Connell R; Australian Research Council (ARC)/Discovery Projects (DP).

2000

  • Australias intellectual workforce; Connell R; Australian Research Council (ARC)/Large Research Grants (LRG).
  • Gender equity and public institutions in NSW: Enhancing democratic participation; Connell R, Schofield T, Goodwin S, Bamberry L; Australian Research Council (ARC)/Strategic Partnerships with Industry - Research and Training (SPIRT).
  • Vocational education and equity in senior secondary schooling; Crump S, Connell R; Australian Research Council (ARC)/Strategic Partnerships with Industry - Research and Training (SPIRT).

1999

  • SPIRT 2000: Gender equity and public institutions in NSW - enhancing democratic participation; Bamberry L, Connell R.

Selected publications

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Books

  • Connell, R., Welch, A., Vickers, M., Foley, D., Bagnall, N., Hayes, D., Proctor, H., Sriprakash, A., Campbell, C. (2013). Education, Change and Society: Third Edition. Melbourne, Australia: Oxford University Press.
  • Connell, R. (2012). Moskosti (Slovenian translation of 'Masculinities'). Ljublyana: Zalozba Krtina.
  • Connell, R. (2011). Confronting Equality: Gender, Knowledge and Global Change. Sydney: Allen and Unwin.
  • Connell, R., Campbell, C., Welch, A., Bagnall, N., Hayes, D., Vickers, M., Foley, D. (2010). Education, Change and Society 2nd Ed. South Melbourne: Oxford University Press Australia.
  • Connell, R. (2009). Gender: In World Perspective. Cambridge, UK: Polity Press.
  • Connell, R. (2007). Southern Theory: the global dynamics of knowledge in social science. Australia: Allen and Unwin.
  • Connell, R. (2005). Masculinities. Cambridge, UK: Polity Press.
  • Connell, R. (2002). Gender. United Kingdom: John Wiley & Sons.

Edited Books

  • Connell, R., Campbell, C., Vickers, M., Welch, A., Foley, D., Bagnall, N. (2007). Education, Change and Society. Sydney: University of New South Wales (UNSW) Press.
  • Connell, R., Hearn, J., Kimmel, M. (2005). Handbook of Studies on Men & Masculinities. Thousand Oaks: Sage Publications.

Book Chapters

  • Connell, R. (2013). Between periphery and metropole: Towards a polycentric social science. In Rickard Danell, Anna Larsson, Per Wisselgren (Eds.), Social Science in Context: Historical, Sociological and Global Perspectives, (pp. 237-255). Lund, Sweden: Nordic Academic Press.
  • Connell, R. (2013). Conclusion: Understanding Empire. In George Steinmetz (Eds.), Sociology and Empire: The Imperial Entanglements of a Discipline, (pp. 489-497). Durham, United Kingdom: Duke University Press.
  • Connell, R. (2013). Embodying Serious Power: Managerial Masculinities in the Security Sector. In Jeff Hearn, Marina Blagojevic, Katherine Harrison (Eds.), Rethinking Transnational Men: Beyond, Between and Within Nations, (pp. 45-58). New York: Routledge.
  • Connell, R. (2013). Equal Rights, to a Certain Extent: Memoirs of a Researcher into Mysteries of Gender and Education. In Marcus B. Weaver-Hightower, Christine Skelton (Eds.), Leaders in Gender and Education: Intellectual Self-Portraits, (pp. 33-42). Rotterdam: Sense Publishers.
  • Connell, R. (2013). Masculinity and Nazism. In Anette Dietrich, Ljiljana Heise (Eds.), Mannlichkeitskonstruktionen im Nationalsozialismus: Formen, Funktionen und Wirkungsmacht von Geschlechterkonstruktionen im Nationalsozialismus und ihre Reflexion in der padagogischen Praxis, (pp. 37-42). Frankfurt: Peter Lang AG, International Academic Publishers.
  • Connell, R. (2013). Measuring gender patterns: Rationale for interviews in "Men, Women and Change" study. In Jeff Hearn et al. (Eds.), Studying Men's Violences in Europe: Towards a Research Framework, (pp. 97-113). Orebro: Orebro University.
  • Connell, R. (2013). Ours is in colour: the new left of the 1960s. In Carolyn D'Cruz, Mark Pendleton (Eds.), After Homosexual: The Legacies of Gay Liberation, (pp. 35-48). Crawley: University of Western Australia Publishing (UWAP).
  • Connell, R. (2013). The Shores of the Southern Ocean: Steps Toward a World Sociology of Modernity, with Australian Examples. In Said Arjomand, Elisa Reis (Eds.), Worlds of Difference, (pp. 58-72). Los Angeles: Sage Publications.
  • Connell, R. (2013). Under Southern Skies. In Julian Go (Eds.), Decentering Social Theory: Political Power and Social Theory, Volume 25, (pp. 173-182). Bingley, United Kingdom: Emerald Group Publishing.
  • Connell, R. (2013). Uomini, maschilita e violenza di genere. In Sveva Magaraggia and Daniela Cherubini (Eds.), Uomini Contro le Donne? Le radici della violenza maschile [Men against women? The roots of male violence], (pp. 5-19). Novara: UTET (Unione Tipografico Editrice Torinese).
  • Connell, R. (2012). Inside the glass tower: the construction of masculinities in finance capital. In Paula McDonald and Emma Jeanes (Eds.), Men, wage work and family, (pp. 65-79). New York: Routledge.
  • Connell, R. (2012). Sociology's narratives of global change: history, place and formations of knowledge in the discipline's past and future. In Devorah Kalekin-Fishman and Ann Denis (Eds.), The Shape of Sociology for the 21st Century: Tradition and Renewal, (pp. 187-201). London, UK: Sage Publications.
  • Connell, R. (2012). The cauldron. In Keir Wotherspoon and Erik Ropers (Eds.), Written into history : celebrating fifty years of the Melbourne Historical Journal, 1961-2011, (pp. 39-41). Parkville, Vic.: The Melbourne Historical Journal Collective.
  • Connell, R. (2011). Masculinity research and global society. In Esther Ngan-Ling Chow, Marcia Texler Segal & Lin Tan (Eds.), Analyzing gender, intersectionality and multiple inequalities : global, transnational and local contexts, (pp. 51-72). Bingley, UK: Emerald Group Publishing.
  • Connell, R. (2010). Learning from Each Other: Sociology on a World Scale. In Sujata Patel (Eds.), The ISA Handbook of Diverse Sociological Traditions, (pp. 40-51). London: Sage Publications.
  • Connell, R. (2010). Les Masculinités et les hommes dans les mouvements féministes. In Debenest P, Gay V, Girard G (Eds.), Feminisme au pluriel, (pp. 59-76). Paris: Syllepse.
  • Connell, R. (2010). Southern bodies: bodies, gender and sexuality in world society. In Bianca Maria Pirani, Ivan Varga (Eds.), Acting Bodies and Social Networks: A Bridge between Technology and Working Memory, (pp. 145-156). Lanham & Plymouth: University Press of America.
  • Connell, R. (2010). Understanding Neoliberalism. In Braedley S, Luxton M (Eds.), Neoliberalism and Everyday Life, (pp. 22-36). Montreal: McGill-Queen's University Press.
  • Connell, R. (2009). Der Sprung uber die Kontinente hinweg - Überlegungen zur Entwicklung von Erkenntnismethoden und Ansätzen in der Männlichkeitsforschung. In Aulenbacher, Bridgette~Riegraf, Birgit~ (Eds.), Erkenntnis und Methode: Geschlechterforschung in Zeiten des Umbruchs, (pp. 81-99). Wiesbaden, Germany: VS Verlag für Sozialwissenschaften.
  • Connell, R. (2009). Peripheral visions - Beyond the metropole. In J. Fahet and J. Kenway (Eds.), Globalizing the Research Imagination, (pp. 53-72). Abingdon, UK: Routledge imprint of Taylor & Francis.
  • Connell, R. (2009). The neoliberal parent: mothers and fathers in the new market society. In Villa, Paula-Irene~Thiessen, Barbara~ (Eds.), Mtter-Vter: Diskurse, Medien, Praxen (Mother - Fater: Discourses, Media, Practices), (pp. 26-40). Germany: Verlag Westfalisches Dampfboot.
  • Connell, R. (2009). Weaving history: an essay on creativity, structure and social change. In Christopher~Crouch, (Eds.), Subjectivity, Creativity and the Institution, (pp. 15-29). USA: BrownWalker Press.
  • Connell, R. (2008). The Neo-liberal Parent and Schools. In George Martell (Eds.), Breaking the Iron Cage: Resistance to the Schooling of Global Capitalism, (pp. 175-193). Ottawa, Canada: Canadian Center for Policy Alternatives.
  • Connell, R. (2008). The rise of the global-private: power, masculinities and the Neo-liberal world order. In Jurczyk K and Oechsle M (Eds.), Das Private Neu Denken, (pp. 315-330). Muenster, Germany: Westfaelisches Dampfboot.
  • Connell, R. (2007). Men, masculinity research and gender justice. In Ilse Lenz, Charlotte Ulrich and Barbara Fersch (Eds.), Gender Orders Unbound: Globalisation, Restructuring and Reciprocity, (pp. 51-68). Opladen & Farmington Hills: Verlag Barbara Budrich.
  • Connell, R. (2007). Poverty and education. In C. De Shano Da Silva, J. P. Huguley, Z. Kakli, R. Rao (Eds.), The Opportunity Gap, (pp. 13-36). Cambridge MA: Harvard Educational Pub Group.
  • Connell, R. (2006). Country/city men. In Campbell, H., Mayerfield Bell, M. and Finney, M. (Eds.), Country Boys: Masculinity and Rural Life, (pp. 255-264). Pennsylvania, US.: Pennsylvania State University Press.
  • Connell, R. (2006). Desarrollo, globalizacion y masculinidades. In G Careaga;S Cruz Sierra (Eds.), Debates Sobre Masculinidades: Poder, Desarrollo, Politicas Publicas Y Ciudadania, (pp. 185-210). Mexico: Universidad Nacional Autonoma de Mexico.
  • Connell, R. (2006). The New Right Triumphant: The Privatization Agenda and Public Education in Australia. In Martell G (Eds.), Education's Iron Cage: And Its Dismantling In The New Global Order. Special issue of "Our Schools, Our Selves", (pp. 143-162). Ottawa: Canadian Center for Policy Alternatives.
  • Connell, R. (2005). Afterword: The Contemporary Politics of Masculinity. In Connel R W (Eds.), Masculinities, (pp. 244-266). Cambridge, UK: Polity Press.
  • Connell, R. (2005). Australia and world sociology. In J. Germov and T. R. McGee (Eds.), Histories of Australian Sociology, (pp. 3-27). Melbourne: Melbourne University Press.
  • Connell, R. (2005). Globalization, imperialism and masculinities. In M. S. Kimmel, J. Hearn and R. W. Connell (Eds.), Handbook of Studies on Men & Masculinities, (pp. 71-89). Thousand Oaks: Sage Publications.
  • Connell, R. (2005). Introduction. In Connel R W (Eds.), Masculinities, (pp. xi-xxiv). Cambridge, UK: Polity Press.
  • Kimmel, M., Hearn, J., Connell, R. (2005). Introduction. In M. S. Kimmel, J. Hearn and R. W. Connell (Eds.), Handbook of Studies on Men & Masculinities, (pp. 1-12). Thousand Oaks: Sage Publications.
  • Connell, R. (2004). Foreword. In J.W. Messerschmidt (Eds.), Flesh and Blood: Adolescent Gender Diversity and Violence, (pp. ix-x). Lanham, MD: Rowman & Littlefield Publishers Inc.
  • Connell, R. (2004). Género, sexualidad y encarnación en la sociedad mundial: una mirada desde el sur. In María Cristina Laverde Toscano, Gisela Daza Navarrete and Mónica Zuleta Pardo (Eds.), Debates sobre el sujeto: Perspectivas contemporáneas, (pp. 181-193). Bogotá: Universidad Central and Siglo del Hombre Editores.
  • Connell, R. (2004). Moloch mutates: Global capitalism and the evolution of the Australian ruling class. In Nathan Hollier (Eds.), Ruling Australia: the power, privilege & politics of the new ruling class, (pp. 1-23). Melbourne: Australian Scholarly Publishing.
  • Wedgwood, N., Connell, R. (2004). Männlichkeitsforschung: Männer und Männlichkeiten im internationalen Forschungskontext. In Ruth Becker and Beate Kortendiek (Eds.), Handbuch Frauen- und Geschlechterforschung: Theorie, Methoden, Empirie, (pp. 112-121). Wiesbaden: Verlag für Sozialwissenschaften.
  • Connell, R. (2004). Review: Boutique Health? Gender and Equity in Health Policy. In Schofield, T (Eds.), Boutique Health? Gender and Equity in Health Policy, (pp. 62-69). Sydney: The Australian Health Policy Institute of Sydney, the University of Sydney.
  • Connell, R. (2003). Adolescencia en la construccion de masculinidades contemporaneas. In Olavarria (Eds.), Varnoes Adolescentes: Gerero, Identidades Y Sexualidades En America Latina, (pp. 53-67). Chile: FLACSO-Chile Facultad Latinoamericana de Ciencias Sociales.
  • Connell, R. (2003). Globalization and the future of gender. In Bird, Were, White (Eds.), Future Imaginings: Sexualities and Genders in the New Millennium, (pp. 1-10). WA: Westerly Centre.
  • Connell, R. (2003). Introduction: Australian masculinities. In Stephen Tomsen & Mike Donaldson (Eds.), Male Trouble: Looking at Australian masculinities, (pp. 9-21). Australia: Pluto Press.
  • Connell, R. (2003). Men, gender and the state. In Ervo, Johansson (Eds.), Among Men: Moulding Masculinities, Volume 1, (pp. 15-28). UK: Ashgate.
  • Connell, R. (2003). Scrambling in the ruins of patriarchy: Neo-liberalism and men's divided interests in gender change. In Pasero, Ursula (Eds.), Gender - From Costs to Benefits, (pp. 58-69). Germany: Westdeuscher Verlag.
  • Connell, R. (2003). The future of public education. In Jennifer A. Vadeboncoeur and Shawn Rawolle (Eds.), Educational Imaginings: On the Play of Texts and Contexts, (pp. 335-349). Brisbane, Qld: Australian Academic Press.
  • Schofield, T., Connell, R., Walker, L., Wood, J. (2002). Das konzept des geschelechterverhaltnisses in forschung, politik und praxis. In Klaus Hurrelmann / Petra Kolip (Hrsg.) (Eds.), Geschlecht, Gesundheit und Krankheit - Männer und Frauen im Vergleich, (pp. 67-83). Germany: Verlag Hans Huber.
  • Connell, R. (2002). Masculinities and men's health. In Baron, Bettina & Kotthoff, Helga (Eds.), Gender in Interaction. Perpectives on Femininity and Masculinity in Ethnography and Discourse, (pp. 139-152). Amsterdam/Philadelphia: John Benjamins Publishing Company.
  • Connell, R. (2002). Masculinities: The global dimension. In Pearce, Sharyn & Muller, Vivienne (Eds.), Manning the Next Millennium: Studies in Masculinities, (pp. 7-14). Bentley, WA: Black Swan Press.
  • Connell, R. (2002). The globalization of gender relations and the struggle for gender democracy. In E. Breitenbach, I. Burmann, K. Liebsch, C. Mansfield & C. Micus-Loos (Eds.), Geschlechterforschung als Kritik, (pp. 87-98). Bielefeld: Staempfli Publishers Ltd.
  • Connell, R. (2001). Bodies, intellectuals and world society. In Nick Watson & Sarah Cunningham-Burley (Eds.), Reframing the Body, (pp. 13-28). United States: Palgrave Macmillan.
  • Connell, R. (2001). Gender and the State. In Kate Nash & Alan Scott (Eds.), The Blackwell Companion to Political Sociology, (pp. 117-126). Oxford: Academic Press Elsevier.

Journals

  • Connell, R. (2014). Global tides: Market and gender dynamics on a world scale. Social Currents, 1(1), 5-12. [More Information]
  • Connell, R. (2014). The sociology of gender in Southern perspective. Current Sociology, Online first. [More Information]
  • Connell, R. (2014). The study of masculinities. Qualitative Research Journal, 14(1), 5-15. [More Information]
  • Connell, R. (2014). Using southern theory: decolonizing social thought in theory, research and application. Planning Theory, 13(2), 210-223. [More Information]
  • Connell, R., Dados, N. (2014). Where in the world does neoliberalism come from? The market agenda in southern perspective. Theory and Society, 43(2), 117-138. [More Information]
  • Connell, R. (2013). Fantasmes de meurtre et vie pratique. Travail, genre et sociétés [Work, Gender and Society], 2013 (29), 175-180.
  • Connell, R., Messerschmidt, J. (2013). Hegemonic masculinity: Rethinking the concept [Masculinidade hegemonica: Repensando o conceito]. Estudos Feministas, 21(1), 241-282. [More Information]
  • Connell, R. (2013). Masculinidade corporativa e o contexto global: um estudo de caso de dinamica conservadora de genero [Corporate masculinity and the global context: A case study of conservative gender dynamics]. Cadernos Pagu, 40, 323-344. [More Information]
  • Connell, R. (2013). Master Builders: Research on Men and Masculinities and Directions for Australian Theory and Practice. Australian Feminist Studies, 28(75), 7-13. [More Information]
  • Connell, R. (2013). The neoliberal cascade and education: an essay on the market agenda and its consequences. Critical Studies in Education, 54(2), 99-112. [More Information]
  • Connell, R. (2013). Why do market ‘reforms’ persistently increase inequality? Discourse (Abingdon): studies in the cultural politics of education, 34(2), 279-285. [More Information]
  • Connell, R. (2012). A Fringe of Leaves: Australian modernity and Southern perspectives. Continuum: Journal of Media and Cultural Studies, 26(2), 207-214. [More Information]
  • Connell, R. (2012). A iminente revolucao na teoria social [The impending revolution in social theory]. Revista Brasileira de Ciencias Sociais, 27(80), 9-20. [More Information]
  • Connell, R. (2012). Ersta Liga in jeder Gesellschaft gibt es verschiedene Ideale von Mannlichkeit Dennoch herrscht immer ein Mannertyp uber alle anderen. Zeitschrift fur Kulturaustausch, 62(1), 19-21.
  • Connell, R. (2012). Gender, health and theory: Conceptualizing the issue, in local and world perspective. Social Science and Medicine, 74(11), 1675-1683. [More Information]
  • Connell, R. (2012). Just education. Journal of Education Policy, 27(5), 681-683. [More Information]
  • Connell, R. (2012). Masculinity research and global change. Masculinidades y cambio social [Masculinities and social change], 1(1), 4-18. [More Information]
  • Connell, R. (2012). Neoliberal globalization, masculinity and gender justice. The world financial review, (March - April 2012), 36-38.
  • Connell, R., Manathunga, C. (2012). On doctoral education: how to supervise a PhD, 1985-2011. Australian Universities' Review, 54(1), 5-9.
  • Connell, R. (2012). Supremacy and subversion – gender struggles in sport. Asia-Pacific Journal of Health, Sport and Physical Education, 3(3), 177-179.
  • Connell, R. (2012). The poet of autonomy: Antonio Negri as a social theorist. Sociologica, 2012 (1), 1-23. [More Information]
  • Connell, R. (2012). Transsexual Women and Feminist Thought: Toward New Understanding and New Politics. Signs: journal of women in culture and society, 37(4), 857-881. [More Information]
  • Connell, R. (2011). Gender and social justice: Southern perspectives. South African Review of Sociology, 42(3), 103-115.
  • Connell, R. (2011). Sociology for the whole world. International Sociology, 26(3), 288-291. [More Information]
  • Connell, R. (2011). Southern bodies and disability: re-thinking concepts. Third World Quarterly, 32(8), 1369-1381. [More Information]
  • Connell, R. (2010). An ethic of clarity: reflections on sociology in public arenas. Nexus, 21(2), 29-35.
  • Connell, R. (2010). Bons professores em um terreno perigoso: rumo a uma nova visao da qualidade e do profissionalismo. Educação e Pesquisa, 36(special issue), 163-182.
  • Connell, R. (2010). Bread and Waratahs. Overland, 198, 17-24.
  • Connell, R. (2010). Building the neoliberal world: managers as intellectuals in a peripheral economy. Critical Sociology, 36(6), 777-792. [More Information]
  • Connell, R. (2010). Empowerment as Change. Development. Gender and Empowerment, 53(2), 171-174. [More Information]
  • Connell, R. (2010). Im Innern des gläsernen Turms: Die Konstruktion von Männlichkeiten im Finanzkapital (Inside the glass tower: the construction of masculinities in financial capital). Feministische Studien: die Zeitschrift fuer interdisziplinaere Frauen- und Geschlechterforschung (Feminist Studies: journal of interdisciplinary women's and gender studies), 28(1), 8-24.
  • Connell, R. (2010). International sociology in Taipei. Nexus, 21(2), 19-20.
  • Connell, R. (2010). Kartini's children: on the need for thinking gender and education together on a world scale. Gender and Education, 22(6), 603-615. [More Information]
  • Connell, R. (2010). Lives of the businessmen. Reflections on life-history method and contemporary hegemonic masculinity. Österreichische Zeitschrift für Soziologie, 35(2), 54-71. [More Information]
  • Connell, R. (2010). Long marches across the landscape of gender: Chilla Bulbeck's research and its Australian context. Australian Feminist Studies, 25(66), 379-389. [More Information]
  • Connell, R. (2010). Periphery and Metropole in the History of Sociology. Sociologisk Forskning, 47(1), 72-86.
  • Connell, R. (2010). Transition and the Gender Order. Polare, 83, 12-14.
  • Connell, R. (2010). Two cans of paint: a transsexual life story, with reflections on gender change and history. Sexualities: studies in culture and society, 13(1), 3-19. [More Information]
  • Connell, R. (2009). Accountable conduct: "Doing gender" in transsexual and political retrospect. Gender and Society, 23(1), 104-111. [More Information]
  • Connell, R. (2009). All that is solid melts into air. Overland, 194(-), 13-17.
  • Connell, R. (2009). Fixing disadvantage in education. E Q Australia, Autumn 2009(Social inclusion), 7-8.
  • Connell, R. (2009). Good teachers on dangerous ground: towards a new view of teacher quality and professionalism. Critical Studies in Education, 50(3), 213-229. [More Information]
  • Connell, R., Fawcett, B., Meagher, G. (2009). Neoliberalism, new public management and the human service professions: Introduction to the special issue. Journal of Sociology, 45(4), 331-338. [More Information]
  • Connell, R. (2009). Sociology and public arenas: A view from Australia. A S A Footnotes, 37(1 (January)), 5-5.
  • Connell, R. (2009). The work of teaching. History of Education Review, 38(2), 9-16.
  • Connell, R. (2008). A Thousand Miles from Kind: Men, Masculinities and Modern Institutions. Journal of Men's Studies: a scholarly journal about men and masculinities, 16(3), 237-252. [More Information]
  • Connell, R. (2008). Masculinity construction and sports in boys' education: a framework for thinking about the issue. Sport Education and Society, 13(2), 131-145.
  • Connell, R. (2007). Another word for 'struggle': Lynne Segal - psychology, feminism and social justice. Overland, 186, 44-47.
  • Connell, R. (2007). Managing social relations: the dimension of intellectual labour. International Journal of Sociology and Social Policy, 27(1-2), 19-31.
  • Connell, R., Crawford, J. (2007). Mapping the intellectual labour process. Journal of Sociology, 43(2), 187-205.
  • Connell, R. (2007). News from the coalface: experiences of gender reform by the staff of public sector agencies. International Feminist Journal of Politics, 9(2), 137-153.
  • Connell, R. (2007). The heart of the problem: South African intellectual workers, globalization and social change. Sociology, 41(1), 11-28.
  • Connell, R. (2007). The Northern Theory of Globalization. Sociological Theory, 25(4), 368-385.
  • Connell, R. (2006). Advancing gender reform in large-scale organizations: a new approach for practitioners and researchers. Policy and Society, 24(4), 1-21.
  • Connell, R. (2006). Chicago Values: The Neoliberal Dream and Howard Government Politics. Overland, 183, 32-38.
  • Connell, R. (2006). Conocimiento indigena y poder global: lecclones de los debates africanos. Nomadas, 25, 86-97.
  • Connell, R. (2006). Core activity - Reflexive intellectual workers and cultural crisis. Journal of Sociology, 42(1), 5-23. [More Information]
  • Connell, R. (2006). Glass ceilings or gendered institutions? Mapping the gender regimes of public sector worksites. Public Administration Review, 66(6), 837-849.
  • Connell, R. (2006). Northern theory: The political geography of general social theory. Theory and Society, 35(2), 237-264. [More Information]
  • Connell, R. (2006). The experience of gender change in public sector organizations. Gender, Work and Organization, 13(5), 435-452.
  • Connell, R. (2005). A really good husband: Work/life balance, gender equity and social change. Australian Journal of Social Issues, 40(3), 369-383.
  • Connell, R., Crawford, J. (2005). Are we postmodern yet? The cultural politics of Australian intellectual workers. Australian Journal of Political Science, 40(1), 1-15.
  • Connell, R. (2005). Boys, masculinities and curricula: the construction of masculinity in practice-oriented subjects. Zeitschrift fuer Internationale Bildungsforschung und Entwicklungspaedagogik, 28(4), 21-27.
  • Connell, R. (2005). Change among the gatekeepers: Men, masculinities and gender equality in the global arena. Signs: journal of women in culture and society, 30(3), 1801-1825.
  • Connell, R. (2005). Empire, domination, autonomy: Antonio Negri. Overland, 181, 32-40.
  • Connell, R., Wood, J. (2005). Globalization and business masculinities. Men and Masculinities, 7(4), 347-364.
  • Connell, R. (2005). Growing up masculine: Rethinking the significance of adolescence in the making of masculinities. Irish Journal of Sociology, 14(2), 11-28.
  • Connell, R., Messerschmidt, J. (2005). Hegemonic masculinity: Rethinking the concept. Gender and Society, 19(6), 829-859. [More Information]
  • Connell, R. (2005). Not the Pyramids: Intellectual work and its politics in a neoliberal era. Dialogue (Academy of the Social Sciences in Australia), 24(1), 17-26.
  • Connell, R., Wood, J., Crawford, J. (2005). The global connections of intellectual workers: An Australian study. International Sociology, 20(1), 5-26.
  • Connell, R. (2004). Blowing in the wind. Meanjin, 63(4), 4-11.
  • Connell, R. (2004). Encounters With Structure. International Journal of Qualitative Studies in Education, 17(1), 11-28.
  • Connell, R. (2004). Gender on Planet Earth (review). Culture Health and Sexuality, 6(4), 369-370.
  • Connell, R. (2004). Una Teoria Surena. Nomadas, 20, 36-45.
  • Connell, R. (2004). Working-Class Parents' Views Of Secondary Education. International Journal of Inclusive Education, 8(3), 227-239.
  • Connell, R. (2003). Book review: Peter Baehr, Founders, Classics, Canons: Modern Disputes over the Origins and Appraisal of Sociology's Heritage. American Journal of Sociology, 109(2), 538.
  • Connell, R. (2003). Developing a theory of gender as practice- Notes on Yancey Martin's feminist lecture. Gender and Society, 17(3), 370-372.
  • Connell, R. (2003). Masculinities, change and conflict in global society: thinking about the future of men's studies. Journal of Men's Studies: a scholarly journal about men and masculinities, 11(3), 249-265.
  • Connell, R. (2003). Working-class families and the new secondary education. Australian Journal of Education, 47(3), 235-250.
  • Connell, R., Wood, J. (2002). Globalization and scientific labour: Patterns in a life-history study of intellectual workers in the periphery. Journal of Sociology, 38(2), 167-190.
  • Connell, R. (2002). Making the difference, then and now. Discourse (Abingdon): studies in the cultural politics of education, 23(3), 319-327.
  • Connell, R. (2002). Moloch mutates: Global capitalism and the evolution of the Australian ruling class, 1977-2002. Overland, 167, 4-14.
  • Connell, R. (2002). On hegemonic masculinity and violence: Response to Jefferson & Hall. Theoretical Criminology, 6(1), 89-99.
  • Connell, R. (2002). Renovating the 'public': The future of public education. Education Links, , 7-12.
  • Connell, R. (2002). Studying men and masculinity. Resources for Feminist Research, 29(1-2), 43-55.
  • Connell, R. (2001). Book review: Immanuel Wallerstein, The End of the World as We Know It: Social Sciences for the Twenty-First Century. Journal of World-Systems Research, 7(2), 286-289.
  • Connell, R. (2001). Book Review: The War against Boys: How Misguided Feminism Is Harming Our Young Men by Christina Hoff Sommers. Men and Masculinities, 4(2), 209-211.
  • Connell, R. (2001). Introduction and Overview. Feminism and Psychology: an international journal, 11, 5-9.
  • Connell, R. (2001). Understanding Men: Gender Sociology and the New International Research on Masculinities. Social Thought and Research, 24(1-2), 13-31.

Edited Journals

  • Meagher, G., Connell, R., Fawcett, B. (2009). Special Issue: Neoliberalism, New Public Management and the human service professions. Journal of Sociology, 45(4).

Conferences

  • Connell, R., Dados, N. (2012). Theories of market society on a world scale. Second ISA Forum of Sociology, Sydney University: Sydney University.
  • Connell, R., Dados, N. (2012). Theorising Market Society on a World Scale: Mbeki, Amin, Domingues, Boito. International Conference on “Circulating Social Science Knowledge".
  • Connell, R., Dados, N. (2012). Where in the world does neoliberalism come from? Southern perspectives on the market agenda. TASA, Emerging and Enduring Inequalities, Australia: University of Queensland.
  • Simon, M., Heumann, J., Connell, R., Hamidi, M. (2011). Plenary : Breaking Barriers (6th July). Women's Worlds 2011: Connect, converse, inclusions, exclusion, seclusions: living in a globalized world.
  • Dados, N., Connell, R. (2011). Theories of Market Society on a World Scale. Annual Conference of the Australian Sociological Association 2011: Local Lives/Global Networks (TASA 2011), Newcastle, Australia: University of Newcastle.
  • Connell, R. (2010). Antipodes: Australian sociology's struggles with place, memory and neoliberalism. ISA Conference of the Council of National Associations, Taipei: Academia Sinica.
  • Connell, R. (2007). Advising schools about gender. Feminist Theory and Practice conference.
  • Connell, R. (2007). Men's movements. Feminist Theory and Practice conference.
  • Connell, R. (2006). Globalization and gender equity. Feminist Theory and Practice conference.
  • Connell, R. (2006). Personal reflections. Feminist Theory and Practice conference.
  • Connell, R., Schofield, T., Goodwin, S. (2005). Gender equity in public institutions. Reinventing Gender Equality and the Political Workshop.
  • Connell, R. (2005). The nature of public education. Conference for the Centenary of State Secondary Education in Victoria.
  • Connell, R., Schofield, T. (2004). Gender equity in public institutions. TASA Conference 2004 Revisioning Institutions: Change in the 21st Century, Wodonga, Vic: La Trobe University.
  • Connell, R. (2004). Men Working for Gender Equality. 48 Session of the United Nations Commission on the Status of Women, New York: United Nations Publication.
  • Connell, R. (2004). Men, masculinities and gender justice in global arenas. Ten Years of the International Marie Jahoda Chair of Gender Studies: Gender Orders Unbound - Equality - Reciprocity - Solidarity (Geschlechtergrenzen in Bewegung conference).
  • Connell, R. (2004). Northern theory: on the global political geography of social theory. American Sociological Association Annual Meeting (ASA 2004).
  • Connell, R. (2003). Gender as structure. Mini-conference on Gender as an Analytical Category.
  • Connell, R. (2002). Globalization and sexual politics. Conference on sexuality research.
  • Fisher, M., Connell, R. (2002). Masculinities and men in nursing. College of Health Sciences Research Conference: From Cell to Society 3, Sydney: University of Sydney.
  • Connell, R. (2002). Process and tension in the construction of male adolescent identities. International conference on adolescent male gender identities.
  • Connell, R. (2002). Southern theory. TASA Conference 2004: The Australian Sociological Association annual conference.

Magazine / Newspaper Articles

  • Connell, R. (2012). Guest editorial: Stories of resistance and stories of change, (issue of Engagingmen.net: a gender justice information network community e-magazine). (Second).
  • Connell, R. (2012). MyUniversity: notes on neoliberalism and knowledge. Nexus: Newsletter of the Australian Sociological Association.
  • Dados, N., Connell, R. (2012). The global South. Contexts: understanding people in their social worlds, 11(1) 2012.
  • Connell, R. (2012). Will local autonomy improve public schools? Sydney Morning Herald.
  • Connell, R. (2008). The real world exists outside our metropoles. The Times Higher Education Supplement.
  • Connell, R. (2002). Rage against the dying of the light. The Australian.
  • Connell, R. (2001). Masculinities, violence, and peacemaking. Peace News.

Report

  • Connell, R. (2004). Four Lectures on Men, Masculinities and Gender Relations.
  • Connell, R., Schofield, T. (2003). Gender Equity in Public Institutions: Project Overview and Proposals for Action.
  • Connell, R. (2003). The Role of Men and Boys in Achieving Gender Equality.
  • Connell, R. (2003). Vocational Education and Equity in Senior Secondary Schooling: Project Report.

Reference Works

  • Connell, R. (2005). Gender, men, and masculinities. Encyclopaedia of Life Support Systems. UNESCO.
  • Connell, R. (2005). Men and masculinity. In Maryanne Cline Horowitz (Eds.), New Dictionary of the History of Ideas. (pp. 1422-1428). Scribner.

Other

  • Rasmussen, M., Gowlett, C., Connell, R. (2014), Interview with Raewyn Connell: The cultural politics of queer theory in education research. Interview in Discourse: Studies in the Cultural Politics of Education. [More Information]
  • Connell, R. (2012), Ideology of the marketplace underpins school "reforms" (Opinion piece for The Drum 16/03/2012).
  • Connell, R. (2012), Race and reflexivity: ten questions to Mustafa Emirbayer and Matthew Desmond. Interview in Perspectives (newsletter).
  • Connell, R. (2006), Press and radio interviews concerning men's role in housework. Radio.
  • Connell, R., Mellström, U. (2006), Time for reconsideration: An interview with Raewyn Connell. Journal.
  • Connell, R. (2004), Interview on Swedish national radio "Gender" programme. Radio.
  • Connell, R. (2004), Keepin' it real! - An Interview with R.W.Connell. Print.
  • Connell, R. (2004), Talkback radio interview with Masechaba. Radio.
  • Connell, R. (2004), The role of men and boys in achieving gender equality. Television.
  • Connell, R. (2004), Vorstellungen junger Kinder über Politik: Juventa Verlag GmbH.
  • Connell, R. (2003), "Political Movement of One": Interview mit dem australischen Männlichkeits-Forscher. Print.
  • Connell, R., Cahill, D., Campbell, M. (2002), 'The Order of Australia (Symposium)'.
  • Connell, R. (2002), Forum on the Australian ruling class. Radio.
  • Connell, R. (2002), Lecture (transcription).
  • Connell, R. (2002), Listening for the missing voices. Interview with Richard Walsham. Print.

2014

  • Connell, R. (2014). Global tides: Market and gender dynamics on a world scale. Social Currents, 1(1), 5-12. [More Information]
  • Rasmussen, M., Gowlett, C., Connell, R. (2014), Interview with Raewyn Connell: The cultural politics of queer theory in education research. Interview in Discourse: Studies in the Cultural Politics of Education. [More Information]
  • Connell, R. (2014). The sociology of gender in Southern perspective. Current Sociology, Online first. [More Information]
  • Connell, R. (2014). The study of masculinities. Qualitative Research Journal, 14(1), 5-15. [More Information]
  • Connell, R. (2014). Using southern theory: decolonizing social thought in theory, research and application. Planning Theory, 13(2), 210-223. [More Information]
  • Connell, R., Dados, N. (2014). Where in the world does neoliberalism come from? The market agenda in southern perspective. Theory and Society, 43(2), 117-138. [More Information]

2013

  • Connell, R. (2013). Between periphery and metropole: Towards a polycentric social science. In Rickard Danell, Anna Larsson, Per Wisselgren (Eds.), Social Science in Context: Historical, Sociological and Global Perspectives, (pp. 237-255). Lund, Sweden: Nordic Academic Press.
  • Connell, R. (2013). Conclusion: Understanding Empire. In George Steinmetz (Eds.), Sociology and Empire: The Imperial Entanglements of a Discipline, (pp. 489-497). Durham, United Kingdom: Duke University Press.
  • Connell, R., Welch, A., Vickers, M., Foley, D., Bagnall, N., Hayes, D., Proctor, H., Sriprakash, A., Campbell, C. (2013). Education, Change and Society: Third Edition. Melbourne, Australia: Oxford University Press.
  • Connell, R. (2013). Embodying Serious Power: Managerial Masculinities in the Security Sector. In Jeff Hearn, Marina Blagojevic, Katherine Harrison (Eds.), Rethinking Transnational Men: Beyond, Between and Within Nations, (pp. 45-58). New York: Routledge.
  • Connell, R. (2013). Equal Rights, to a Certain Extent: Memoirs of a Researcher into Mysteries of Gender and Education. In Marcus B. Weaver-Hightower, Christine Skelton (Eds.), Leaders in Gender and Education: Intellectual Self-Portraits, (pp. 33-42). Rotterdam: Sense Publishers.
  • Connell, R. (2013). Fantasmes de meurtre et vie pratique. Travail, genre et sociétés [Work, Gender and Society], 2013 (29), 175-180.
  • Connell, R., Messerschmidt, J. (2013). Hegemonic masculinity: Rethinking the concept [Masculinidade hegemonica: Repensando o conceito]. Estudos Feministas, 21(1), 241-282. [More Information]
  • Connell, R. (2013). Masculinidade corporativa e o contexto global: um estudo de caso de dinamica conservadora de genero [Corporate masculinity and the global context: A case study of conservative gender dynamics]. Cadernos Pagu, 40, 323-344. [More Information]
  • Connell, R. (2013). Masculinity and Nazism. In Anette Dietrich, Ljiljana Heise (Eds.), Mannlichkeitskonstruktionen im Nationalsozialismus: Formen, Funktionen und Wirkungsmacht von Geschlechterkonstruktionen im Nationalsozialismus und ihre Reflexion in der padagogischen Praxis, (pp. 37-42). Frankfurt: Peter Lang AG, International Academic Publishers.
  • Connell, R. (2013). Master Builders: Research on Men and Masculinities and Directions for Australian Theory and Practice. Australian Feminist Studies, 28(75), 7-13. [More Information]
  • Connell, R. (2013). Measuring gender patterns: Rationale for interviews in "Men, Women and Change" study. In Jeff Hearn et al. (Eds.), Studying Men's Violences in Europe: Towards a Research Framework, (pp. 97-113). Orebro: Orebro University.
  • Connell, R. (2013). Ours is in colour: the new left of the 1960s. In Carolyn D'Cruz, Mark Pendleton (Eds.), After Homosexual: The Legacies of Gay Liberation, (pp. 35-48). Crawley: University of Western Australia Publishing (UWAP).
  • Connell, R. (2013). The neoliberal cascade and education: an essay on the market agenda and its consequences. Critical Studies in Education, 54(2), 99-112. [More Information]
  • Connell, R. (2013). The Shores of the Southern Ocean: Steps Toward a World Sociology of Modernity, with Australian Examples. In Said Arjomand, Elisa Reis (Eds.), Worlds of Difference, (pp. 58-72). Los Angeles: Sage Publications.
  • Connell, R. (2013). Under Southern Skies. In Julian Go (Eds.), Decentering Social Theory: Political Power and Social Theory, Volume 25, (pp. 173-182). Bingley, United Kingdom: Emerald Group Publishing.
  • Connell, R. (2013). Uomini, maschilita e violenza di genere. In Sveva Magaraggia and Daniela Cherubini (Eds.), Uomini Contro le Donne? Le radici della violenza maschile [Men against women? The roots of male violence], (pp. 5-19). Novara: UTET (Unione Tipografico Editrice Torinese).
  • Connell, R. (2013). Why do market ‘reforms’ persistently increase inequality? Discourse (Abingdon): studies in the cultural politics of education, 34(2), 279-285. [More Information]

2012

  • Connell, R. (2012). A Fringe of Leaves: Australian modernity and Southern perspectives. Continuum: Journal of Media and Cultural Studies, 26(2), 207-214. [More Information]
  • Connell, R. (2012). A iminente revolucao na teoria social [The impending revolution in social theory]. Revista Brasileira de Ciencias Sociais, 27(80), 9-20. [More Information]
  • Connell, R. (2012). Ersta Liga in jeder Gesellschaft gibt es verschiedene Ideale von Mannlichkeit Dennoch herrscht immer ein Mannertyp uber alle anderen. Zeitschrift fur Kulturaustausch, 62(1), 19-21.
  • Connell, R. (2012). Gender, health and theory: Conceptualizing the issue, in local and world perspective. Social Science and Medicine, 74(11), 1675-1683. [More Information]
  • Connell, R. (2012). Guest editorial: Stories of resistance and stories of change, (issue of Engagingmen.net: a gender justice information network community e-magazine). (Second).
  • Connell, R. (2012), Ideology of the marketplace underpins school "reforms" (Opinion piece for The Drum 16/03/2012).
  • Connell, R. (2012). Inside the glass tower: the construction of masculinities in finance capital. In Paula McDonald and Emma Jeanes (Eds.), Men, wage work and family, (pp. 65-79). New York: Routledge.
  • Connell, R. (2012). Just education. Journal of Education Policy, 27(5), 681-683. [More Information]
  • Connell, R. (2012). Masculinity research and global change. Masculinidades y cambio social [Masculinities and social change], 1(1), 4-18. [More Information]
  • Connell, R. (2012). Moskosti (Slovenian translation of 'Masculinities'). Ljublyana: Zalozba Krtina.
  • Connell, R. (2012). MyUniversity: notes on neoliberalism and knowledge. Nexus: Newsletter of the Australian Sociological Association.
  • Connell, R. (2012). Neoliberal globalization, masculinity and gender justice. The world financial review, (March - April 2012), 36-38.
  • Connell, R., Manathunga, C. (2012). On doctoral education: how to supervise a PhD, 1985-2011. Australian Universities' Review, 54(1), 5-9.
  • Connell, R. (2012), Race and reflexivity: ten questions to Mustafa Emirbayer and Matthew Desmond. Interview in Perspectives (newsletter).
  • Connell, R. (2012). Sociology's narratives of global change: history, place and formations of knowledge in the discipline's past and future. In Devorah Kalekin-Fishman and Ann Denis (Eds.), The Shape of Sociology for the 21st Century: Tradition and Renewal, (pp. 187-201). London, UK: Sage Publications.
  • Connell, R. (2012). Supremacy and subversion – gender struggles in sport. Asia-Pacific Journal of Health, Sport and Physical Education, 3(3), 177-179.
  • Connell, R. (2012). The cauldron. In Keir Wotherspoon and Erik Ropers (Eds.), Written into history : celebrating fifty years of the Melbourne Historical Journal, 1961-2011, (pp. 39-41). Parkville, Vic.: The Melbourne Historical Journal Collective.
  • Dados, N., Connell, R. (2012). The global South. Contexts: understanding people in their social worlds, 11(1) 2012.
  • Connell, R. (2012). The poet of autonomy: Antonio Negri as a social theorist. Sociologica, 2012 (1), 1-23. [More Information]
  • Connell, R., Dados, N. (2012). Theories of market society on a world scale. Second ISA Forum of Sociology, Sydney University: Sydney University.
  • Connell, R., Dados, N. (2012). Theorising Market Society on a World Scale: Mbeki, Amin, Domingues, Boito. International Conference on “Circulating Social Science Knowledge".
  • Connell, R. (2012). Transsexual Women and Feminist Thought: Toward New Understanding and New Politics. Signs: journal of women in culture and society, 37(4), 857-881. [More Information]
  • Connell, R., Dados, N. (2012). Where in the world does neoliberalism come from? Southern perspectives on the market agenda. TASA, Emerging and Enduring Inequalities, Australia: University of Queensland.
  • Connell, R. (2012). Will local autonomy improve public schools? Sydney Morning Herald.

2011

  • Connell, R. (2011). Confronting Equality: Gender, Knowledge and Global Change. Sydney: Allen and Unwin.
  • Connell, R. (2011). Gender and social justice: Southern perspectives. South African Review of Sociology, 42(3), 103-115.
  • Connell, R. (2011). Masculinity research and global society. In Esther Ngan-Ling Chow, Marcia Texler Segal & Lin Tan (Eds.), Analyzing gender, intersectionality and multiple inequalities : global, transnational and local contexts, (pp. 51-72). Bingley, UK: Emerald Group Publishing.
  • Simon, M., Heumann, J., Connell, R., Hamidi, M. (2011). Plenary : Breaking Barriers (6th July). Women's Worlds 2011: Connect, converse, inclusions, exclusion, seclusions: living in a globalized world.
  • Connell, R. (2011). Sociology for the whole world. International Sociology, 26(3), 288-291. [More Information]
  • Connell, R. (2011). Southern bodies and disability: re-thinking concepts. Third World Quarterly, 32(8), 1369-1381. [More Information]
  • Dados, N., Connell, R. (2011). Theories of Market Society on a World Scale. Annual Conference of the Australian Sociological Association 2011: Local Lives/Global Networks (TASA 2011), Newcastle, Australia: University of Newcastle.

2010

  • Connell, R. (2010). An ethic of clarity: reflections on sociology in public arenas. Nexus, 21(2), 29-35.
  • Connell, R. (2010). Antipodes: Australian sociology's struggles with place, memory and neoliberalism. ISA Conference of the Council of National Associations, Taipei: Academia Sinica.
  • Connell, R. (2010). Bons professores em um terreno perigoso: rumo a uma nova visao da qualidade e do profissionalismo. Educação e Pesquisa, 36(special issue), 163-182.
  • Connell, R. (2010). Bread and Waratahs. Overland, 198, 17-24.
  • Connell, R. (2010). Building the neoliberal world: managers as intellectuals in a peripheral economy. Critical Sociology, 36(6), 777-792. [More Information]
  • Connell, R., Campbell, C., Welch, A., Bagnall, N., Hayes, D., Vickers, M., Foley, D. (2010). Education, Change and Society 2nd Ed. South Melbourne: Oxford University Press Australia.
  • Connell, R. (2010). Empowerment as Change. Development. Gender and Empowerment, 53(2), 171-174. [More Information]
  • Connell, R. (2010). Im Innern des gläsernen Turms: Die Konstruktion von Männlichkeiten im Finanzkapital (Inside the glass tower: the construction of masculinities in financial capital). Feministische Studien: die Zeitschrift fuer interdisziplinaere Frauen- und Geschlechterforschung (Feminist Studies: journal of interdisciplinary women's and gender studies), 28(1), 8-24.
  • Connell, R. (2010). International sociology in Taipei. Nexus, 21(2), 19-20.
  • Connell, R. (2010). Kartini's children: on the need for thinking gender and education together on a world scale. Gender and Education, 22(6), 603-615. [More Information]
  • Connell, R. (2010). Learning from Each Other: Sociology on a World Scale. In Sujata Patel (Eds.), The ISA Handbook of Diverse Sociological Traditions, (pp. 40-51). London: Sage Publications.
  • Connell, R. (2010). Les Masculinités et les hommes dans les mouvements féministes. In Debenest P, Gay V, Girard G (Eds.), Feminisme au pluriel, (pp. 59-76). Paris: Syllepse.
  • Connell, R. (2010). Lives of the businessmen. Reflections on life-history method and contemporary hegemonic masculinity. Österreichische Zeitschrift für Soziologie, 35(2), 54-71. [More Information]
  • Connell, R. (2010). Long marches across the landscape of gender: Chilla Bulbeck's research and its Australian context. Australian Feminist Studies, 25(66), 379-389. [More Information]
  • Connell, R. (2010). Periphery and Metropole in the History of Sociology. Sociologisk Forskning, 47(1), 72-86.
  • Connell, R. (2010). Southern bodies: bodies, gender and sexuality in world society. In Bianca Maria Pirani, Ivan Varga (Eds.), Acting Bodies and Social Networks: A Bridge between Technology and Working Memory, (pp. 145-156). Lanham & Plymouth: University Press of America.
  • Connell, R. (2010). Transition and the Gender Order. Polare, 83, 12-14.
  • Connell, R. (2010). Two cans of paint: a transsexual life story, with reflections on gender change and history. Sexualities: studies in culture and society, 13(1), 3-19. [More Information]
  • Connell, R. (2010). Understanding Neoliberalism. In Braedley S, Luxton M (Eds.), Neoliberalism and Everyday Life, (pp. 22-36). Montreal: McGill-Queen's University Press.

2009

  • Connell, R. (2009). Accountable conduct: "Doing gender" in transsexual and political retrospect. Gender and Society, 23(1), 104-111. [More Information]
  • Connell, R. (2009). All that is solid melts into air. Overland, 194(-), 13-17.
  • Connell, R. (2009). Der Sprung uber die Kontinente hinweg - Überlegungen zur Entwicklung von Erkenntnismethoden und Ansätzen in der Männlichkeitsforschung. In Aulenbacher, Bridgette~Riegraf, Birgit~ (Eds.), Erkenntnis und Methode: Geschlechterforschung in Zeiten des Umbruchs, (pp. 81-99). Wiesbaden, Germany: VS Verlag für Sozialwissenschaften.
  • Connell, R. (2009). Fixing disadvantage in education. E Q Australia, Autumn 2009(Social inclusion), 7-8.
  • Connell, R. (2009). Gender: In World Perspective. Cambridge, UK: Polity Press.
  • Connell, R. (2009). Good teachers on dangerous ground: towards a new view of teacher quality and professionalism. Critical Studies in Education, 50(3), 213-229. [More Information]
  • Connell, R., Fawcett, B., Meagher, G. (2009). Neoliberalism, new public management and the human service professions: Introduction to the special issue. Journal of Sociology, 45(4), 331-338. [More Information]
  • Connell, R. (2009). Peripheral visions - Beyond the metropole. In J. Fahet and J. Kenway (Eds.), Globalizing the Research Imagination, (pp. 53-72). Abingdon, UK: Routledge imprint of Taylor & Francis.
  • Connell, R. (2009). Sociology and public arenas: A view from Australia. A S A Footnotes, 37(1 (January)), 5-5.
  • Meagher, G., Connell, R., Fawcett, B. (2009). Special Issue: Neoliberalism, New Public Management and the human service professions. Journal of Sociology, 45(4).
  • Connell, R. (2009). The neoliberal parent: mothers and fathers in the new market society. In Villa, Paula-Irene~Thiessen, Barbara~ (Eds.), Mtter-Vter: Diskurse, Medien, Praxen (Mother - Fater: Discourses, Media, Practices), (pp. 26-40). Germany: Verlag Westfalisches Dampfboot.
  • Connell, R. (2009). The work of teaching. History of Education Review, 38(2), 9-16.
  • Connell, R. (2009). Weaving history: an essay on creativity, structure and social change. In Christopher~Crouch, (Eds.), Subjectivity, Creativity and the Institution, (pp. 15-29). USA: BrownWalker Press.

2008

  • Connell, R. (2008). A Thousand Miles from Kind: Men, Masculinities and Modern Institutions. Journal of Men's Studies: a scholarly journal about men and masculinities, 16(3), 237-252. [More Information]
  • Connell, R. (2008). Masculinity construction and sports in boys' education: a framework for thinking about the issue. Sport Education and Society, 13(2), 131-145.
  • Connell, R. (2008). The Neo-liberal Parent and Schools. In George Martell (Eds.), Breaking the Iron Cage: Resistance to the Schooling of Global Capitalism, (pp. 175-193). Ottawa, Canada: Canadian Center for Policy Alternatives.
  • Connell, R. (2008). The real world exists outside our metropoles. The Times Higher Education Supplement.
  • Connell, R. (2008). The rise of the global-private: power, masculinities and the Neo-liberal world order. In Jurczyk K and Oechsle M (Eds.), Das Private Neu Denken, (pp. 315-330). Muenster, Germany: Westfaelisches Dampfboot.

2007

  • Connell, R. (2007). Advising schools about gender. Feminist Theory and Practice conference.
  • Connell, R. (2007). Another word for 'struggle': Lynne Segal - psychology, feminism and social justice. Overland, 186, 44-47.
  • Connell, R., Campbell, C., Vickers, M., Welch, A., Foley, D., Bagnall, N. (2007). Education, Change and Society. Sydney: University of New South Wales (UNSW) Press.
  • Connell, R. (2007). Managing social relations: the dimension of intellectual labour. International Journal of Sociology and Social Policy, 27(1-2), 19-31.
  • Connell, R., Crawford, J. (2007). Mapping the intellectual labour process. Journal of Sociology, 43(2), 187-205.
  • Connell, R. (2007). Men's movements. Feminist Theory and Practice conference.
  • Connell, R. (2007). Men, masculinity research and gender justice. In Ilse Lenz, Charlotte Ulrich and Barbara Fersch (Eds.), Gender Orders Unbound: Globalisation, Restructuring and Reciprocity, (pp. 51-68). Opladen & Farmington Hills: Verlag Barbara Budrich.
  • Connell, R. (2007). News from the coalface: experiences of gender reform by the staff of public sector agencies. International Feminist Journal of Politics, 9(2), 137-153.
  • Connell, R. (2007). Poverty and education. In C. De Shano Da Silva, J. P. Huguley, Z. Kakli, R. Rao (Eds.), The Opportunity Gap, (pp. 13-36). Cambridge MA: Harvard Educational Pub Group.
  • Connell, R. (2007). Southern Theory: the global dynamics of knowledge in social science. Australia: Allen and Unwin.
  • Connell, R. (2007). The heart of the problem: South African intellectual workers, globalization and social change. Sociology, 41(1), 11-28.
  • Connell, R. (2007). The Northern Theory of Globalization. Sociological Theory, 25(4), 368-385.

2006

  • Connell, R. (2006). Advancing gender reform in large-scale organizations: a new approach for practitioners and researchers. Policy and Society, 24(4), 1-21.
  • Connell, R. (2006). Chicago Values: The Neoliberal Dream and Howard Government Politics. Overland, 183, 32-38.
  • Connell, R. (2006). Conocimiento indigena y poder global: lecclones de los debates africanos. Nomadas, 25, 86-97.
  • Connell, R. (2006). Core activity - Reflexive intellectual workers and cultural crisis. Journal of Sociology, 42(1), 5-23. [More Information]
  • Connell, R. (2006). Country/city men. In Campbell, H., Mayerfield Bell, M. and Finney, M. (Eds.), Country Boys: Masculinity and Rural Life, (pp. 255-264). Pennsylvania, US.: Pennsylvania State University Press.
  • Connell, R. (2006). Desarrollo, globalizacion y masculinidades. In G Careaga;S Cruz Sierra (Eds.), Debates Sobre Masculinidades: Poder, Desarrollo, Politicas Publicas Y Ciudadania, (pp. 185-210). Mexico: Universidad Nacional Autonoma de Mexico.
  • Connell, R. (2006). Glass ceilings or gendered institutions? Mapping the gender regimes of public sector worksites. Public Administration Review, 66(6), 837-849.
  • Connell, R. (2006). Globalization and gender equity. Feminist Theory and Practice conference.
  • Connell, R. (2006). Northern theory: The political geography of general social theory. Theory and Society, 35(2), 237-264. [More Information]
  • Connell, R. (2006). Personal reflections. Feminist Theory and Practice conference.
  • Connell, R. (2006), Press and radio interviews concerning men's role in housework. Radio.
  • Connell, R. (2006). The experience of gender change in public sector organizations. Gender, Work and Organization, 13(5), 435-452.
  • Connell, R. (2006). The New Right Triumphant: The Privatization Agenda and Public Education in Australia. In Martell G (Eds.), Education's Iron Cage: And Its Dismantling In The New Global Order. Special issue of "Our Schools, Our Selves", (pp. 143-162). Ottawa: Canadian Center for Policy Alternatives.
  • Connell, R., Mellström, U. (2006), Time for reconsideration: An interview with Raewyn Connell. Journal.

2005

  • Connell, R. (2005). A really good husband: Work/life balance, gender equity and social change. Australian Journal of Social Issues, 40(3), 369-383.
  • Connell, R. (2005). Afterword: The Contemporary Politics of Masculinity. In Connel R W (Eds.), Masculinities, (pp. 244-266). Cambridge, UK: Polity Press.
  • Connell, R., Crawford, J. (2005). Are we postmodern yet? The cultural politics of Australian intellectual workers. Australian Journal of Political Science, 40(1), 1-15.
  • Connell, R. (2005). Australia and world sociology. In J. Germov and T. R. McGee (Eds.), Histories of Australian Sociology, (pp. 3-27). Melbourne: Melbourne University Press.
  • Connell, R. (2005). Boys, masculinities and curricula: the construction of masculinity in practice-oriented subjects. Zeitschrift fuer Internationale Bildungsforschung und Entwicklungspaedagogik, 28(4), 21-27.
  • Connell, R. (2005). Change among the gatekeepers: Men, masculinities and gender equality in the global arena. Signs: journal of women in culture and society, 30(3), 1801-1825.
  • Connell, R. (2005). Empire, domination, autonomy: Antonio Negri. Overland, 181, 32-40.
  • Connell, R., Schofield, T., Goodwin, S. (2005). Gender equity in public institutions. Reinventing Gender Equality and the Political Workshop.
  • Connell, R. (2005). Gender, men, and masculinities. Encyclopaedia of Life Support Systems. UNESCO.
  • Connell, R., Wood, J. (2005). Globalization and business masculinities. Men and Masculinities, 7(4), 347-364.
  • Connell, R. (2005). Globalization, imperialism and masculinities. In M. S. Kimmel, J. Hearn and R. W. Connell (Eds.), Handbook of Studies on Men & Masculinities, (pp. 71-89). Thousand Oaks: Sage Publications.
  • Connell, R. (2005). Growing up masculine: Rethinking the significance of adolescence in the making of masculinities. Irish Journal of Sociology, 14(2), 11-28.
  • Connell, R., Hearn, J., Kimmel, M. (2005). Handbook of Studies on Men & Masculinities. Thousand Oaks: Sage Publications.
  • Connell, R., Messerschmidt, J. (2005). Hegemonic masculinity: Rethinking the concept. Gender and Society, 19(6), 829-859. [More Information]
  • Connell, R. (2005). Introduction. In Connel R W (Eds.), Masculinities, (pp. xi-xxiv). Cambridge, UK: Polity Press.
  • Kimmel, M., Hearn, J., Connell, R. (2005). Introduction. In M. S. Kimmel, J. Hearn and R. W. Connell (Eds.), Handbook of Studies on Men & Masculinities, (pp. 1-12). Thousand Oaks: Sage Publications.
  • Connell, R. (2005). Masculinities. Cambridge, UK: Polity Press.
  • Connell, R. (2005). Men and masculinity. In Maryanne Cline Horowitz (Eds.), New Dictionary of the History of Ideas. (pp. 1422-1428). Scribner.
  • Connell, R. (2005). Not the Pyramids: Intellectual work and its politics in a neoliberal era. Dialogue (Academy of the Social Sciences in Australia), 24(1), 17-26.
  • Connell, R., Wood, J., Crawford, J. (2005). The global connections of intellectual workers: An Australian study. International Sociology, 20(1), 5-26.
  • Connell, R. (2005). The nature of public education. Conference for the Centenary of State Secondary Education in Victoria.

2004

  • Connell, R. (2004). Blowing in the wind. Meanjin, 63(4), 4-11.
  • Connell, R. (2004). Encounters With Structure. International Journal of Qualitative Studies in Education, 17(1), 11-28.
  • Connell, R. (2004). Foreword. In J.W. Messerschmidt (Eds.), Flesh and Blood: Adolescent Gender Diversity and Violence, (pp. ix-x). Lanham, MD: Rowman & Littlefield Publishers Inc.
  • Connell, R. (2004). Four Lectures on Men, Masculinities and Gender Relations.
  • Connell, R., Schofield, T. (2004). Gender equity in public institutions. TASA Conference 2004 Revisioning Institutions: Change in the 21st Century, Wodonga, Vic: La Trobe University.
  • Connell, R. (2004). Gender on Planet Earth (review). Culture Health and Sexuality, 6(4), 369-370.
  • Connell, R. (2004). Género, sexualidad y encarnación en la sociedad mundial: una mirada desde el sur. In María Cristina Laverde Toscano, Gisela Daza Navarrete and Mónica Zuleta Pardo (Eds.), Debates sobre el sujeto: Perspectivas contemporáneas, (pp. 181-193). Bogotá: Universidad Central and Siglo del Hombre Editores.
  • Connell, R. (2004), Interview on Swedish national radio "Gender" programme. Radio.
  • Connell, R. (2004), Keepin' it real! - An Interview with R.W.Connell. Print.
  • Connell, R. (2004). Men Working for Gender Equality. 48 Session of the United Nations Commission on the Status of Women, New York: United Nations Publication.
  • Connell, R. (2004). Men, masculinities and gender justice in global arenas. Ten Years of the International Marie Jahoda Chair of Gender Studies: Gender Orders Unbound - Equality - Reciprocity - Solidarity (Geschlechtergrenzen in Bewegung conference).
  • Connell, R. (2004). Moloch mutates: Global capitalism and the evolution of the Australian ruling class. In Nathan Hollier (Eds.), Ruling Australia: the power, privilege & politics of the new ruling class, (pp. 1-23). Melbourne: Australian Scholarly Publishing.
  • Wedgwood, N., Connell, R. (2004). Männlichkeitsforschung: Männer und Männlichkeiten im internationalen Forschungskontext. In Ruth Becker and Beate Kortendiek (Eds.), Handbuch Frauen- und Geschlechterforschung: Theorie, Methoden, Empirie, (pp. 112-121). Wiesbaden: Verlag für Sozialwissenschaften.
  • Connell, R. (2004). Northern theory: on the global political geography of social theory. American Sociological Association Annual Meeting (ASA 2004).
  • Connell, R. (2004). Review: Boutique Health? Gender and Equity in Health Policy. In Schofield, T (Eds.), Boutique Health? Gender and Equity in Health Policy, (pp. 62-69). Sydney: The Australian Health Policy Institute of Sydney, the University of Sydney.
  • Connell, R. (2004), Talkback radio interview with Masechaba. Radio.
  • Connell, R. (2004), The role of men and boys in achieving gender equality. Television.
  • Connell, R. (2004). Una Teoria Surena. Nomadas, 20, 36-45.
  • Connell, R. (2004), Vorstellungen junger Kinder über Politik: Juventa Verlag GmbH.
  • Connell, R. (2004). Working-Class Parents' Views Of Secondary Education. International Journal of Inclusive Education, 8(3), 227-239.

2003

  • Connell, R. (2003), "Political Movement of One": Interview mit dem australischen Männlichkeits-Forscher. Print.
  • Connell, R. (2003). Adolescencia en la construccion de masculinidades contemporaneas. In Olavarria (Eds.), Varnoes Adolescentes: Gerero, Identidades Y Sexualidades En America Latina, (pp. 53-67). Chile: FLACSO-Chile Facultad Latinoamericana de Ciencias Sociales.
  • Connell, R. (2003). Book review: Peter Baehr, Founders, Classics, Canons: Modern Disputes over the Origins and Appraisal of Sociology's Heritage. American Journal of Sociology, 109(2), 538.
  • Connell, R. (2003). Developing a theory of gender as practice- Notes on Yancey Martin's feminist lecture. Gender and Society, 17(3), 370-372.
  • Connell, R. (2003). Gender as structure. Mini-conference on Gender as an Analytical Category.
  • Connell, R., Schofield, T. (2003). Gender Equity in Public Institutions: Project Overview and Proposals for Action.
  • Connell, R. (2003). Globalization and the future of gender. In Bird, Were, White (Eds.), Future Imaginings: Sexualities and Genders in the New Millennium, (pp. 1-10). WA: Westerly Centre.
  • Connell, R. (2003). Introduction: Australian masculinities. In Stephen Tomsen & Mike Donaldson (Eds.), Male Trouble: Looking at Australian masculinities, (pp. 9-21). Australia: Pluto Press.
  • Connell, R. (2003). Masculinities, change and conflict in global society: thinking about the future of men's studies. Journal of Men's Studies: a scholarly journal about men and masculinities, 11(3), 249-265.
  • Connell, R. (2003). Men, gender and the state. In Ervo, Johansson (Eds.), Among Men: Moulding Masculinities, Volume 1, (pp. 15-28). UK: Ashgate.
  • Connell, R. (2003). Scrambling in the ruins of patriarchy: Neo-liberalism and men's divided interests in gender change. In Pasero, Ursula (Eds.), Gender - From Costs to Benefits, (pp. 58-69). Germany: Westdeuscher Verlag.
  • Connell, R. (2003). The future of public education. In Jennifer A. Vadeboncoeur and Shawn Rawolle (Eds.), Educational Imaginings: On the Play of Texts and Contexts, (pp. 335-349). Brisbane, Qld: Australian Academic Press.
  • Connell, R. (2003). The Role of Men and Boys in Achieving Gender Equality.
  • Connell, R. (2003). Vocational Education and Equity in Senior Secondary Schooling: Project Report.
  • Connell, R. (2003). Working-class families and the new secondary education. Australian Journal of Education, 47(3), 235-250.

2002

  • Connell, R., Cahill, D., Campbell, M. (2002), 'The Order of Australia (Symposium)'.
  • Schofield, T., Connell, R., Walker, L., Wood, J. (2002). Das konzept des geschelechterverhaltnisses in forschung, politik und praxis. In Klaus Hurrelmann / Petra Kolip (Hrsg.) (Eds.), Geschlecht, Gesundheit und Krankheit - Männer und Frauen im Vergleich, (pp. 67-83). Germany: Verlag Hans Huber.
  • Connell, R. (2002), Forum on the Australian ruling class. Radio.
  • Connell, R. (2002). Gender. United Kingdom: John Wiley & Sons.
  • Connell, R., Wood, J. (2002). Globalization and scientific labour: Patterns in a life-history study of intellectual workers in the periphery. Journal of Sociology, 38(2), 167-190.
  • Connell, R. (2002). Globalization and sexual politics. Conference on sexuality research.
  • Connell, R. (2002), Lecture (transcription).
  • Connell, R. (2002), Listening for the missing voices. Interview with Richard Walsham. Print.
  • Connell, R. (2002). Making the difference, then and now. Discourse (Abingdon): studies in the cultural politics of education, 23(3), 319-327.
  • Fisher, M., Connell, R. (2002). Masculinities and men in nursing. College of Health Sciences Research Conference: From Cell to Society 3, Sydney: University of Sydney.
  • Connell, R. (2002). Masculinities and men's health. In Baron, Bettina & Kotthoff, Helga (Eds.), Gender in Interaction. Perpectives on Femininity and Masculinity in Ethnography and Discourse, (pp. 139-152). Amsterdam/Philadelphia: John Benjamins Publishing Company.
  • Connell, R. (2002). Masculinities: The global dimension. In Pearce, Sharyn & Muller, Vivienne (Eds.), Manning the Next Millennium: Studies in Masculinities, (pp. 7-14). Bentley, WA: Black Swan Press.
  • Connell, R. (2002). Moloch mutates: Global capitalism and the evolution of the Australian ruling class, 1977-2002. Overland, 167, 4-14.
  • Connell, R. (2002). On hegemonic masculinity and violence: Response to Jefferson & Hall. Theoretical Criminology, 6(1), 89-99.
  • Connell, R. (2002). Process and tension in the construction of male adolescent identities. International conference on adolescent male gender identities.
  • Connell, R. (2002). Rage against the dying of the light. The Australian.
  • Connell, R. (2002). Renovating the 'public': The future of public education. Education Links, , 7-12.
  • Connell, R. (2002). Southern theory. TASA Conference 2004: The Australian Sociological Association annual conference.
  • Connell, R. (2002). Studying men and masculinity. Resources for Feminist Research, 29(1-2), 43-55.
  • Connell, R. (2002). The globalization of gender relations and the struggle for gender democracy. In E. Breitenbach, I. Burmann, K. Liebsch, C. Mansfield & C. Micus-Loos (Eds.), Geschlechterforschung als Kritik, (pp. 87-98). Bielefeld: Staempfli Publishers Ltd.

2001

  • Connell, R. (2001). Bodies, intellectuals and world society. In Nick Watson & Sarah Cunningham-Burley (Eds.), Reframing the Body, (pp. 13-28). United States: Palgrave Macmillan.
  • Connell, R. (2001). Book review: Immanuel Wallerstein, The End of the World as We Know It: Social Sciences for the Twenty-First Century. Journal of World-Systems Research, 7(2), 286-289.
  • Connell, R. (2001). Book Review: The War against Boys: How Misguided Feminism Is Harming Our Young Men by Christina Hoff Sommers. Men and Masculinities, 4(2), 209-211.
  • Connell, R. (2001). Gender and the State. In Kate Nash & Alan Scott (Eds.), The Blackwell Companion to Political Sociology, (pp. 117-126). Oxford: Academic Press Elsevier.
  • Connell, R. (2001). Introduction and Overview. Feminism and Psychology: an international journal, 11, 5-9.
  • Connell, R. (2001). Masculinities, violence, and peacemaking. Peace News.
  • Connell, R. (2001). Understanding Men: Gender Sociology and the New International Research on Masculinities. Social Thought and Research, 24(1-2), 13-31.

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