Edward A. Clark Center for Australian & New Zealand Studies
Research Unit Profile
The Clark Center was created during Australia's 1988 Bicentenary to make ties between UT-Austin and Australia (which dated back to the World War II period) more concrete. The Center conducts a wide array of research studies, many in collaboration with Australian and New Zealand scholars, that focus on the antipodean countries and their relations with the U.S.: political and legal issues and institutions; trade and related economic issues; immigration and multiculturalism; issues of ethnicity, race, and gender; ecology and energy questions; the histories, literatures, film and art of Australia and New Zealand.
Web Site: http://www.utexas.edu/cola/centers/cas/
Research Unit Affiliated Faculty
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|Doughty, Robin||Geography / Environment; Center for Russian, East European and Eurasian Studies||Environmental Resource Management, Landscape Ecology, Cultural Geography, Historical Ecology, Biogeography, Endangered Species|
|Freeman, Gary||Center for Asian American Studies; Government||The politics of immigration; comparative social policy; politics in western democracies; understanding the form of immigration politics in different countries and explaining the integration strategies …|
|Graham, Don||Edward A. Clark Center for Australian and New Zealand Studies; English||Southwestern American Literature; Australian Literature and Film; American Literature|
|Higley, John||Edward A. Clark Center for Australian and New Zealand Studies; Government; Teresa Lozano Long Institute of Latin American Studies; Center for Russian, East European and Eurasian Studies||General comparative politics, comparative historical political sociology, the comparative study of political elites, politics in Australia and New Zealand|
|Leal, David||Government; Center for Mexican American Studies||Dr. Leal's primary academic interest is Latino politics. His goal is to understand how Latino individuals and communities shape – and are shaped by – politics in the United States. …|
|Randall, D'Arcy||Chemical Engineering||Engineering communication; American poetry and poetics; Australian literature and literary history; Australian women's fiction of the 1970s-1980s; North American women's poetry since 1950.|
|Trejo, Stephen||Economics||Dr. Trejo's primary research focus is in the field of labor economics. He has examined the response of labor market participants to the incentives created by market opportunities, government …|
|Williams, Christine||Sociology; Center for Women's and Gender Studies||Gender and sexuality in the workplace; men and women in nontraditional (gender atypical) occupations; persistent gender discrimination at work; sexuality and sexual harassment in a wide variety of …|