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Dr Tanya King

STAFF PROFILE

Position

Senior Lecturer In Anthropology

Faculty

Faculty of Arts and Education

Department

SHSS Arts & Education

Campus

Geelong Waurn Ponds Campus

Research interests

anthropology; political ecology; practice theory; corporeal knowledge / embodiment; marine environments, commercial wild-catch fishing; NRM conflict, gender, pedagogy, science communication, potable water.

Teaching interests

anthropology; political ecology; practice theory; corporeal knowledge / embodiment; marine environments, commercial wild-catch fishing; NRM conflict, gender, pedagogy, science communication, potable water.

Units taught

ASS235: Culture, Law and Universal Rights

ASS234: Environmental Anthropology

ASS205: Anthropology of Poverty and Development

AIX499: Applied Anthropology (Honours)

Conferences

2019. King, Tanya J. #metoo and anthropology. Australian Anthropology Society - Annual Conference, Canberra. 

2018. King, Tanya J. (with Women In Seafood Australasia WISA) Project Regard. 3rd World Small-scale Fishing Congress (3WSFC), Chiang Mai, Thailand, 14th Nov.

2018. Invited keynote. National Rural Women’s Alliance round table on mental health. April. Canberra.


2017. King, Tanya J. ‘Health and Wellbeing in the Australian Fishing Industry – Preliminary Results’ Seafood Directions (national seafood industry conference). Sydney Fish Market, September.


2017. King, Tanya J. ‘Health and Wellbeing in the Australian Fishing Industry – Preliminary Results’ MARE – People and the Sea, University of Amsterdam, 5th July, Amsterdam, The Netherlands.


2016. Dracup, Mary, King, Tanya and Juliet. Simple techniques for a more inclusive curriculum, in STARS 2016: Proceedings of the Students Transitions Achievement Retention & Success Conference, Perth, WA.


2015. King, Tanya, Sue Kilpatrick, Karen Willis and Chris Speldewinde. ‘Mental health in the Australian commercial fishing sector – why ‘depressed farmers’ are a different kettle of fish’ Public Policy Network Annual Conference. Deakin University, 21-3 January.

2015. Inclusive Curriculum – Deakin Teaching and Learning Conference.

2014. King, TJ, Landes, Z and D Long Engaging through cartoons: A case study from anthropology. Video presentation, Deakin University Teaching and Learning Conference. Burwood. 19 Nov.

2014. King, T.J. (with S.Kilpatrick and K.Willis) Staying Healthy: Industry organisations’ influence on behaviours and services used by fishers. Invited paper, Women’s Industry Network Seafood Community (WINSC) annual conference, Canberra, 28 September.

2014. King, T.J. (with S.Kilpatrick and K.Willis) Staying Healthy: Industry organisations’ influence on behaviours and services used by fishers. Invited Plenary, 2nd World Small-scale Fishing Congress (2WSFC), Merida, Mexico, 23 Sept.

2013. King, T.J. (with project team – see above) Public perception of, and response to, desalination in Australia, at National Centre of Excellence in Desalination, Project Review Meeting– Murdoch University, Perth, 27 June.

2012. King, T.J. (with project team – see above) Public perception of, and response to, desalination in Australia, at National Centre of Excellence in Desalination, Project Findings Public Launch– Deakin University City Centre, Melbourne.

Awards

2019 Faculty of Arts and Education Faculty Award for Teaching Excellence

2009 Vice-Chancellors Award for Distinguished Teaching

2009 Deakin University Award for Teaching Excellence

2008 Faculty of Arts and Education Individual Early Career Teaching Award

Publications

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2021

Mental health in the commercial fishing industry: Modern uncertainties and traditional risks

Tanya King, Rachel Turner, Vincent Versace, Kirsten Abernethy, Sue Kilpatrick, Susan Brumby

(2021), pp. 1-14, Fish and Fisheries, London, Eng., C1

journal article
2020

Applying cultural-historical activity theory to understand the development of inclusive curriculum practices in higher education

M Dracup, Juliet Austin, Tanya King

(2020), Vol. 24, pp. 882-900, International journal of inclusive education, London, Eng., C1

journal article

Anthropology and #MeToo: Reimagining fieldwork

T King, D Boarder Giles, M Meher, H Gould

(2020), Vol. 31, pp. 274-287, Australian Journal of Anthropology, London, Eng., C1

journal article

Corangamite Catchment Management Authority: A report Informing the 2020 Regional Catchment Strategy renewal process

Tanya King, Shaya Kaartinen-Price

(2020), Geelong, Vic., A6

research report/technical paper
2019

Formal and Informal Territoriality in Ocean Management

Tanya King

(2019), pp. 1-372, At Home on the Waves : Human Habitation of the Sea from the Mesolithic to Today, New York, N.Y., B1

book chapter

Sustainable fishing families: developing industry human capital through health, wellbeing, safety and resilience

Tanya King, Kirsten Abernethy, Susan Brumby, Tracey Hatherell, Sue Kilpatrick, Katerina Munksgaard, Rachel Turner

(2019), [Canberra, A.C.T.], A6

research report/technical paper

At home on the waves: human habitation of the sea from the Mesolithic to today

Tanya King, Gary Robinson

(2019), New York, N.Y., A7

edited book
2018

'The people have spoken': how cultural narratives politically trumped the best available science (BAS) in managing the Port Phillip Bay fishery in Australia

Tanya King, Dayne O'Meara

(2018), pp. 1-13, Maritime studies, London, Eng., C1

journal article

Social matters: social science and the Australian seafood industry: our past, our future

Tanya King, Kate Brooks

(2018), [Canberra, A.C.T.], A6

research report/technical paper

#fairfish

Tanya King

(2018), [unknown], J2

Non-Traditional Research Output

Tragedy of the commons - watching each other

Tanya King

(2018), [unkown], J2

Non-Traditional Research Output

Project Regard

Tanya King

(2018), Adelaide, S. Aust., J2

Non-Traditional Research Output
2017

Ganka: trickster or endangered species?: An anthropologist's role in preventing the extinction of the New Jersey sea monster

T King

(2017), pp. 159-171, Anthropology and cryptozoology: exploring encounters with mysterious creatures, Abingdon, Eng., B1

book chapter
2016

Simple techniques for a more inclusive curriculum

M Dracup, T King, J Austin

(2016), pp. 1-5, STARS 2016: Proceedings of the SStudents Transitions Achievement Retention & Success Conference, Perth, Western Australia, E1

conference
2015

Making connections in a regional city: Social capital and the primary social contract

S Kilpatrick, L Johnson, T King, R Jackson, S Jatrana

(2015), Vol. 51, pp. 207-220, Journal of Sociology, C1

journal article

Not just a fisherman's wife : women's contribution to health and wellbeing in commercial fishing

S Kilpatrick, T King, K Willis

(2015), Vol. 23, pp. 62-66, Australian journal of rural health, London, Eng., C1

journal article

Encrypted landscapes, nation-states : The Australian National Botanic Gardens, Canberra

T King

(2015), Vol. 18, pp. 171-182, Space and culture, London, Eng., C1

journal article

"A different kettle of fish": mental health strategies for Australian fishers, and farmers

T King, S Kilpatrick, K Willis, C Speldewinde

(2015), Vol. 60, pp. 134-140, Marine policy, Amsterdam, The Netherlands, C1

journal article
2014

Staying healthy: industry organisations' influence on behaviours and services used by fishers

T King, S Kilpatrick, K Willis

(2014), Geelong, Vic., A6-1

research report/technical paper
2013

'Everybody has settled in so well': How migrants make connections and build social capital in Geelong

R Jackson, S Jatrana, L Johnson, S Kilpatrick, T King

(2013), Geelong, Vic., A6

research report/technical paper
2012

Tasting wine: a learning experience

T King, J Donaldson, E Harry

(2012), Vol. 35, pp. 464-479, Journal of experiential education, London, Eng., C1

journal article

Making Connections in Geelong : migrants, social capital and growing regional cities

R Jackson, S Jatrana, L Johnson, S Kilpatrick, T King

(2012), Geelong, Vic, A6

research report/technical paper

Procedural justice as a component of the Not In My Backyard (NIMBY) syndrome : understanding opposition to the building of a desalination plant in Victoria, Australia

T King, K Murphy

(2012), Geelong, Vic., A6

research report/technical paper

Public perceptions of, and responses to, desalination in Australia : a report on findings

T King, D Ooi, J Cary, A Fisher, R Schibeci, K Murphy, K O'Toole, M Mearns, J Donaldson

(2012), Geelong, Vic., A6

research report/technical paper
2011

The "skipper effect": Riddles of luck and rhetorics of individualism

T King

(2011), Vol. 70, pp. 387-396, Human Organization, C1-1

journal article
2010

Damming the flow: cultural barriers to perceived 'procedural justice' in Wonthaggi, Victoria

T King

(2010), Vol. 16, pp. 119-130, Cultural studies review, Broadway, N.S.W., C1-1

journal article
2009

Procedural justice and Australian environment : the case of the Wonthaggi water desalination plant

T King, K Murphy

(2009), Vol. 4, pp. 105-121, Public policy, Perth, W.A., C1-1

journal article

Second life and networked educational simulations : development potential and a model code of practice

I Warren, D Palmer, T King, M Hobbs, S Segrave

(2009), Geelong, Vic., A6

research report/technical paper
2008

Managing shark fishermen in southern Australia: A critique

P Dwyer, T King, M Minnegal

(2008), Vol. 32, pp. 263-273, Marine Policy, C1-1

journal article

Would Kitty Genovese have been murdered in Second Life? Researching the 'bystander effect' using online technologies

T King, I Warren, D Palmer

(2008), pp. 1-23, TASA 2008 : Re-imagining sociology : the annual conference of The Australian Sociological Association, Melbourne, Vic., E1

conference

Second Life and the role of educators as regulators

I Warren, D Palmer, T King, S Segrave

(2008), pp. 1079-1089, ASCILITE 2008 - The Australasian Society for Computers in Learning in Tertiary Education, E1

conference
2007

Bad habits and prosthetic performances: Negotiation of individuality and embodiment of social status in Australian shark fishing

T King

(2007), Vol. 63, pp. 537-560, Journal of Anthropological Research, C1

journal article
2005

Crisis of meanings: Divergent experiences and perceptions of the marine environment in Victoria, Australia

T King

(2005), Vol. 16, pp. 350-365, Australian Journal of Anthropology, C1-1

journal article
2003

Deep identity, shallow time: Sustaining a future in Victorian fishing communities

M Minnegal, T King, R Just, P Dwyer

(2003), Vol. 14, pp. 53-71, Australian Journal of Anthropology, C1-1

journal article

Funded Projects at Deakin

Australian Competitive Grants

Public Perception of, and response to, desalination in Australia

Dr Tanya King

DEWHA - National Centre of Excellence in Desalination - Department of the Environment, Water, Heritage and the Arts

  • 2013: $11,000
  • 2012: $9,293
  • 2011: $128,000

Understanding public perceptions of desalination in Victoria

Dr Tanya King, Mrs Jilleen Donaldson

DEWHA - National Centre of Excellence in Desalination - Department of the Environment, Water, Heritage and the Arts

  • 2011: $9,500

Staying healthy: Industry organisations' influence on behaviours and services used by fishers

Dr Tanya King

FRDC Grant - Research - Fisheries Research & Development Corporation

  • 2014: $28,751
  • 2013: $48,656
  • 2012: $20,400

Developing industry human capital through health, wellbeing, safety and resilience

Dr Tanya King, Prof Susan Brumby

FRDC Grant - Research - Fisheries Research & Development Corporation

  • 2018: $46,390
  • 2017: $41,780
  • 2016: $42,780

Social Matters - Social science and the Australian seafood industry: Our past, our future.

Dr Tanya King

FRDC Grant - Research - Fisheries Research & Development Corporation

  • 2018: $7,003

Other Public Sector Funding

Corangamite Catchment Management Authority Survey Analysis.

Dr Tanya King

  • 2019: $3,000

Connecting Communities to Better Understand and Support Management of MPAS.

Dr Adam Cardilini, A/Prof Daniel Ierodiaconou, Dr Tanya King, A/Prof Kelly Miller, Dr Greg Bowtell, Dr Shaun Bangay, Dr Jordan Vincent

  • 2021: $172,565
  • 2020: $104,365

Industry and Other Funding

Investigating community attitudes to direct and indirect potable reuse.

Dr Tanya King

  • 2021: $5,000
  • 2020: $5,000
  • 2019: $5,000

Supervisions

Associate Supervisor
2018

Jenny Norris-Green

Thesis entitled: South Australian Quakers and Unitarians: A Comparative Study in Modernity

Doctor of Philosophy, School of Humanities and Social Sciences

2015

Benjamin Russell Hall

Thesis entitled: The rise of the anglican orthodox church in solomon islands

Doctor of Philosophy, School of Humanities and Social Sciences

2012

Marina Gold

Thesis entitled: Perpetual Revolution: People and State in Socialist Cuba

Doctor of Philosophy, School of Humanities and Social Sciences