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Dr. Chris Healy

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The University of Melbourne
442 Auburn Road
Hawthorn, Victoria 3122

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Assoc Prof Chris Healy : Culture and Communication, 3 Aug 2012 [cached]
A/Prof Chris Healy
Associate Professor in Cultural Studies T: +61 3 8344 5484
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Research interests
Chris Healy is on leave in Semester one, 2009.
Ferber, Sarah, Chris Healy and Chris McAuliffe, eds, Beasts of Suburbia: Reinterpreting Cultures in Australian Suburbs, Melbourne University Press, Melbourne, 1994, pp.
Healy, Chris. ed., The Lifeblood of Footscray: Working Lives at the Angliss Meatworks , Living Museum of the West, Melbourne, 1986, pp. 164
Healy, Chris, 'Very Special Black People: Indigenous People and the Museum', in Healy, Chris Healy and Andrea Witcomb, eds, New South Pacific Museums, Monash ePress, Melbourne, 2006
Healy, Chris with Karen Burns, Jon Cattapan and Tom Nicholson, 'The Group Discusses', The Drowned World: Jon Cattapan, works and collaborations, The Potter Museum of Art, Melbourne, 2006, pp.
Healy, Chris and Kylie Message, 'A Symptomatic Museum: The New, the NMA and the Culture Wars'Borderlands, Nov 2004. Published online at: /vol3no3_2004/messagehealy_symptom.htm
Chris Healy, Annamarie Jagose and Fran Martin, 'At home in the suburb'in Fran Martin, ed., Interpreting Everyday Life, Edward Arnold, London, 2003, pp.
Australian Indigenous Studies : Academic staff : The University of Melbourne, 23 Nov 2010 [cached]
Associate Professor Chris Healy (School of Culture and Communication)
Chris Healy lectures in cultural studies at the University of Melbourne. His research interests are cultural theory, cultural memory and cultural history, Aboriginality and cultural studies, cultural tourism, cultural politics. His most recent publications include: Cultural Studies Review (co-ed. 2002-6), South Pacific Museums (co-ed., 2006) and Forgetting Aborigines (2008).
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Edited by Chris Healy and Andrea Witcomb
Chris Healy teaches cultural studies at the University of Melbourne. His publications include Beasts of Suburbia (co-editor, Melbourne University Press, 1994), From the Ruins of Colonialism (Cambridge University Press, 1997) and Cultural Studies Review (co-editor, 2002-06).
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