Peter Phipps is a researcher and lecturer in Global Studies at RMIT. Research interests include postcolonialism, cultural politics and globalization, Indigenous cultural festivals in Australia and the Asia Pacific.

(See my biography page for more information).


Publications:
Hybrid Identities and Cosmopolitan Community in an Age of Intensified Globalization

This paper examines recent debates around ‘hybridity’ as a central metaphor in postcolonial theory.

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Sustaining Community Research: Reflections on Multi-Site Fieldwork

What is the basis for reciprocity between researchers and the communities and individuals with which they work and from whom they gather data?

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The Cultural Politics of Universities in the U.S. Culture Wars

American universities have been at the center of the 'Culture Wars,' which have amplified broader social trends undermining the authority of academic knowledge.

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