Dr Amy Nethery
|Position:||Lecturer In Politics And Policy Studies |
|Faculty or Division:||Faculty of Arts and Education|
|Department:||SHSS Arts & Ed|
|Campus:||Melbourne Burwood Campus|
|Phone:||+61 3 924 68988 +61 3 924 68988|
- Bachelor of Arts, University of Newcastle, 1999
- Doctor of Philosophy, Deakin University, 2011
Australian Political Science Association
AIP116 Modern Political Ideologies
AIP204 Politics and the Media
AIP230 Public Policy in Australia
Awards and prizes
Isi Leibler Prize, 2011.
Migration and asylum policy in Australia and Asia; citizenship and governance; theories and histories of incarceration; policy development in democracies.
2012 Emma Price and Amy Nethery, ‘Truth-telling at the border: An audience appraisal of Border Security’, Media International Australia, 142.
2012 Angela Spinney and Amy Nethery, ''Taking our houses': Perceptions of the impact of asylum seekers, refugees and new migrants on housing assistance in Melbourne', Social Policy and Society, forthcoming.
2012 Amy Nethery, ‘Partialism, executive control and the deportation of permanent residents from Australia’, Population, Space and Place, forthcoming.
2010 Fethi Mansouri, Michael Leach and Amy Nethery, ‘Temporary Protection and the Refugee Convention in Australia, Denmark and Germany’, Refuge, 26(1).
2009 Amy Nethery, ‘A Modern Day Concentration Camp? Using History to Make Sense of Australian Immigration Detention Centres’, in Does History Matter? Making and Debating Citizenship, Immigration and Refugee Policy in Australia and New Zealand, ed. Klaus Neumann and Gwenda Tavan, ANZSOG
2008 Michael Leach and Amy Nethery ‘Forced Migration in the Asia Pacific: Prospects and Implications for Australia’, Global Crises and Risks, eds Scott Burchill and Sally Totman, Oxford University Press: Melbourne.
2007 Dean Lusher, Nikola Balvin, Amy Nethery and Jo Tropea ‘Seeking Asylum in Australia’, Yearning to Breathe Free: Seeking Asylum in Australia, eds Dean Lusher and Nick Haslam, Federation Press: Annandale.
2010 Immigration Detention in Australia