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Assoc. Prof. JOHN HUTNYK

John Hutnyk is Associate Professor in Sociology at Ton Duc Thang University, Vietnam. In 2019 he was the Chair of the International Conference on Innovations in the Social Sciences and Humanities ( in the Faculty of Social Sciences and Humanities at TDTU. He has edited several volumes of essays by colleagues and members of the Global Inquiries and Social theory Research Group. Previously, in 2016 he was a Government of India GAIN scholar at Jadavpur University. In that year he was also Visiting Professor at National Chiao Tung University in Taiwan. In 2015 he was Guest Professor in InterCultural Studies at Nagoya City University Japan, and from 2014 was Visiting Researcher at RMIT University in Australia as well as, for most of 2014-2015, a TUBITAK Research Professor at Mimar Sinan University, Istanbul, Turkey. He has held visiting scholar posts in Germany at the South Asia Institute and Institute fur Ethnologie at Heidelberg University, and Visiting Professor posts at Zeppelin University and Hamburg University, Germany. For 14 years he was at Goldsmiths University of London, first in Anthropology and since 2008 as Professor of Cultural Studies. Hutnyk is the author of The Rumour of Calcutta: Tourism, Charity and the Poverty of Representation (1996), Critique of Exotica: Music, Politics and the Culture Industry (2000); Bad Marxism: Capitalism and Cultural Studies (2004); Pantomime Terror: Music and Politics (2014); Global South Asia on Screen (2018); and co-authored with Virinder Kalra and Raminder Kaur: Diaspora and Hybridity (2005), plus a large number of edited volumes.


1. John Hutnyk. 2020. 'The Pecuniary Animus of the University', Education, Philosophy and Theory, ISSN 0013-1857 (ISI)

2. John Hutnyk. 2020. 'Liquidity in the Sundarbans: If the tigers and cyclones don't get you, the law will', South Asia: Journal of South Asian Studies, 42(5): 1005-1012. ISSN: 0085-6401 (ISI)

3. John Hutnyk. 2019 'What did you do in the war? Revisiting the WW2 memoirs of Stoker Thomas Mouat Tate', History and Anthropology 30(5): 581-599. ISSN: 0275-7206 (ISI)

4. John Hutnyk 2018. 'Museum of Vernacular Regeneration', CITY, 22(4): 584-594. ISSN 1360-4813 (Scopus)

5. John Hutnyk. 2018. 'Screen violence and partition', Inter Asia Cultural Studies, 19(4): 610-626. ISSN: 1464-9373 (ISI)

6. John Hutnyk. 2018. 'Marx in Calcutta', CITY, 22(4): 490-509. ISSN: 1360-4813 (Scopus)

7. John Hutnyk. 2018.  'Mela: festival scenes in South Asian cinema', Inter Asia Cultural Studies, 19(1): 129-147. ISSN: 1464-9373 (ISI)

8. John Hutnyk. 2018. 'Cine-Politics: Film Stars and Political Existence in South India, by M. Madhava Prasad', South Asia: Journal of South Asian Studies, 41: 236-238. ISSN: 0085-6401 (ISI)

9. John Hutnyk 2018. 'Mela: festival scenes in South Asian cinema', Inter Asia Cultural Studies, 19(1): 129-147. (TDT ICI) ISSN 1464-9373.

10. John Hutnyk 2018. 'Cine-Politics: Film Stars and Political Existence in South India, by M. Madhava Prasad', South Asia: Journal of South Asian Studies, 41: 236-238 (TDT ICI) ISSN 0085-6401.

11. John Hutnyk 2013. ‘Proletarianization’ in New Formations (special issue on Bernard Stiegler) February 2013 ISBN 9781907103612.

4. John Hutnyk and Thomas Henri 2012. ‘Contexts for Distraction’ Journal For Cultural Research 17(2):199-125 (Special issue on the August 2011 uprisings in London). ISSN 14797585.

12. John Hutnyk 2012. ‘Poetry After Guantanamo: M.I.A.’ Social Identities 18.5, pp. 555-572. ISSN 13504630.

13. John Hutnyk  2012. ‘“Sexy Sammie and Red Rosie”? From Burning Books to the War on Terror’, Space and Culture 15.2, pp164-176. ISSN 12063312.

14. John Hutnyk 2012. ‘Beyond Television Studies’ Roundtable essay in South Asian History and Culture 3(4):583-590. ISSN 1947-2498.

15. John Hutnyk 2011. ‘Critique of Everything’ in Soumen Antropologi: Journal of the Finnish Anthropological Society 36(3)71-75. ISSN 0355-3930.

16. John Hutnyk 2007. ‘Pantomime Terror Diasporic Music in a Time of War’. Journal of Creative Communications, 2(1-2), pp. 123-141. ISSN 09732586.

17. John Hutnyk 2006 ‘Culture’ main entry for culture section in Theory Culture and Society Vol. 23(2–3): 351–375 23 ISSN 0263-2764.

18. John Hutnyk 2006. ‘The Dialectic of Here and There: Anthropology ‘At Home’ and British Asian Communism’ Social Identities 11(4):345-361 ISSN 1350-4630.

19. John Hutnyk 2005. ‘Panoramas of Asia and the Electronic Hearth: Michael Palin’s Connection’ Journal of the Moving Image, 4(Nov):32-62. ISSN 2230-9160.

20. John Hutnyk 2005. ‘Hybridity’ Ethnic and Racial Studies 28(1):79-102, ISSN 0141-9870.

21. John Hutnyk 2005. ‘The Dialectics of European Hip-Hop: Fun^da^mental and the Deathening Silence’ South Asian Popular Culture 3(1):17-32. ISSN 1474-6689

22. John Hutnyk 2004. ‘Photogenic Poverty: Souvenirs and Infantilism’ Journal of Visual Culture, 3(1):77-94. ISSN 1470-4129

23. John Hutnyk 2004. ‘The Chapatti Story: How Hybridity as Theory displaced Maoism as Politics in Subaltern Studies’ Contemporary South Asia 12(4)481-491. ISSN 0958-4935

24. John Hutnyk 2003. ‘Bataille’s Wars: Surrealism, Marxism, Fascism’ Critique of Anthropology, 23(3):264-288 ISSN 0308-275X

25. John Hutnyk 2002. Tales from the Raj’ in Rethinking Marxism, vol. 13(3-4):119-136. ISSN‎ 0893-5696.

26. John Hutnyk 2002. ‘Jungle Studies - the State of Anthropology’ in Futures 34(1):15-31. ISSN 0016-3287/01.

27. John Hutnyk 2000. ‘Music for Euro-Maoists: On the Correct Handling of Contradictions Among Popstars’ in Theory Culture and Society 17(3):141-163. ISSN 0263-2763.

28. John Hutnyk and Sanjay Sharma 2000. ‘Music and Politics: Introduction to the Special Section’ in Theory Culture and Society 17(3):57-65. ISSN 0263-2763.

29. John Hutnyk 2000. ‘Hybridity Saves: Authenticity and/or the Critique of Appropriation’ in Amer-Asia 25(3):39-58. ISSN 0044-7471.

30. John Hutnyk 2000. ‘The Right to Difference is a Fundamental Human Right: Against the Motion’ contribution to GDAT debate, Left Curve No 23, 2001. ISSN 0160-1857.

31. John Hutnyk 1999.  ‘Resettling Bakun: Consultancy, Anthropologists and Development’ Left Curve 23:82-90. ISSN 0160-1857.

32. John Hutnyk 1998. ‘Adorno at Womad: South Asian Crossovers and the Limits of Hybridity-talk’ Postcolonial Studies, 1(3):401-426. ISSN 1368-8790.

33. John Hutnyk 1998. ‘Clifford’s Ethnographica’ Critique of Anthropology 18(4):339-378. ISSN 0308-275X.

34. John Hutnyk and Virinder Kalra 1998. ‘Brimful of Agitation, Appropriation and Authenticity: Madonna’s "Asian Kool"‘ in Postcolonial Studies, 1(3):339-355. ISSN 1368-8790.

35. John Hutnyk and Virinder Kalra 1998. ‘Music and Politics – introduction to the special section’ Postcolonial Studies, 1(3):335-37. ISSN 1368-8790.

36. John Hutnyk 1997. ‘derrida@marx.archive’ Space and Culture 2:95-122. ISSN 12063312.

37. John Hutnyk, Virinder Kalra and Sanjay Sharma 1997. ‘Fun^Da^Mental Politics: the New Asian Dance Music and its Revolutionary Antecedents’ Left Curve 21:54-64. ISSN 01601857.

38. John Hutnyk 1996. ‘Media, Research, Politics, Culture’ Critique of Anthropology 16(4):417-428. ISSN 0308275X.

39. John Hutnyk 1995. ‘Writing Calcutta: Travelling with Lévi-Strauss and Gunter Grass’ Kolkata 2000, (India) June pp 31-47.

40. John Hutnyk 1994. ‘Thinking With Berger: Local/Global and Dialogue in Modernity As Exile by Nikos Papastergiadis’, New Literatures Review, 27:91-103. ISSN 03147495.

41. John Hutnyk 1994. ‘African Research Futures: Post-Colonialism and Identity’ Anthropology Today 10(4):24-25. ISSN 0268540X.

42. John Hutnyk 1993.  ‘Noir Sociology: Can Academics Map Los Angeles’, Left Curve, 17:26-33. ISSN 01601857.

43. John Hutnyk 1993.  ‘Calcutta Cipher: travellers and the city’ Social Analysis 32:53-65. ISBN 0133977X.

44. John Hutnyk 1992.  ‘Articulation and Marginalia: Making Spaces for Other Voices in Our Institutions’ New Literatures Review, Winter-South:104-116.  ISSN 0314-7495.

45. John Hutnyk 1992. ‘Cinematic Calcutta: Camera Angles on the City’ Agenda Special issue, Dec:68-72. ISSN 10331115.

46. John Hutnyk 1992. ‘Writing for the Space Cadets: reviewing the urban west’ Melbourne Journal of Politics, 21:151-167. ISSN 0085-3224.

47. John Hutnyk 1992 ‘Photogenic Calcutta- Instamatic Anthropology’ In Media, (India) July.

48. John Hutnyk 1990. ‘Comparative Anthropology and Evans-Pritchard’s African Photography’ Critique of Anthropology 10(1):81-102. ISSN 0308275X.

49. John Hutnyk 1989. ‘Clifford Geertz as a Cultural System’ Social Analysis 25:91-119. ISBN 0133977X.

50. John Hutnyk 1989. ‘Customs Review of Public Culture; The U.S. and Africa in Melbourne’ Public Culture 2(1)Fall: 130-136. ISSN 08992363.

51. John Hutnyk 1989. ‘The Third Body: Black Art on (Re)View in London’ Criticism, Heresy and Interpretation, vol. 3. ISSN 10378707.

52. John Hutnyk 1988. ‘Lévi-Strauss as a Cultural System: Geertz’s Chapter on Tristes Tropiques’ Criticism, Heresy and Interpretation, vol. 1, No. 1. ISSN 10378707.

53. John Hutnyk 1988. ‘Castaway Anthropology: Malinowski’s Tropical Writings’ Antithesis, 2(1):43-56. ISSN 10303839.

54. John Hutnyk 1987. ’The Authority of Style’, Social Analysis, 21:59-79. ISBN 0133977X.

55. John Hutnyk 1986. ‘Go Tell it on the Mountain: Politics and Knowledge in Ethnography’, Melbourne Journal of Politics, 18:126-141. ISSN 0085-3224.


1. John Hutnyk 2018. 'The Working Day' in Michelangelo Paganopoulos editor In-Between Fiction and Non Fiction: Reflections on the Poetics of Ethnography towards the Formation of World Society, Cambridge: Cambridge Scholars Publishing, pp 55-66. (TDT). ISBN (10): 1-5275-0833-1.

2. John Hutnyk 2017. 'Censoring Wagner' in Annemette Kirkegaard, Helmi Järviluoma, Jan Sverre Knudsen, editors, Researching Music Censorship, Cambridge: Cambridge Scholars Publishing, pp 286-311. ISBN-10: 1443886173.

3. John Hutnyk 2016. ‘Sexy Sammie and Red Rosie’ in Aparajita De editor South Asian Racialization and Belonging after 9/11: Masks of Threat, Lexington Books USA, Chapter 2. ISBN 978-1-4985-1252-7.

4. John Hutnyk 2015. ‘Shopping as Civil War’ in Theresa Beyer, Thomas Burkhalter and Hannes Liechti (eds) Seismographic Sounds: Visions of a New World, NoOrient, Geneva. ISBN: 9783952449608.

5. John Hutnyk 2014. ‘The Black Hole?’ in Nilanjana Gupta (ed) Strangely Beloved: Writings on Calcutta, New Delhi: Rupa Publications pp27-36. ISBN 9788129129277.

6. John Hutnyk 2014. ‘NDTV 24x7: Mohammad Afzal Guru Frame by Frame’ in Biswarup Sen and Abhijit Roy (eds) Channeling Cultures: Television Studies from India, New Delhi: Oxford University Press, pp177-200. ISBN 9780198092056.

7. John Hutnyk 2014. ‘Citizen: Marx/Kane’ in Mazierska, Eva and Lars Kristensen (eds) Marx a the Movies: Revisiting History, Theory and Practice, Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan pp218-243.  ISBN-10: 1349478377.

8. John Hutnyk 2013. ‘Dragnets on London Transport’ in Raul Gshrey (ed) Grenzlinien, Frankfurt: Gutleut Verlag. ISBN 9783936826586.

9. John Hutnyk 2013. ‘Beyond Television Studies’ in Aswin Punathambekar and Shanti Kumar (eds) Television at Large in South Asia, London: Routledge. ISBN 9788189643355.

10. John Hutnyk 2011. ‘Critica de tudo’ in Tatiana Amendola Sanches ed., Estudos Culturais uma abordagem pratica, Sao Paulo: Editora Senac pp99-209 ISBN 978-85-396-0141-7.

11. John Hutnyk 2011. 'NDTV 24X7, the Hanging Channel: News Media or Horror Show' in Batabyal, Chowdhry, Gaur et al. Indian Mass Media and the Politics of Change, London: Routledge. ISBN: 9781138662858.

12. John Hutnyk 2011. 'Undercover Transports' in Menrath and Schwinghammer eds What Does a Chameleon Look Like? Topographies of Immersion, Cologne: Herbert Von Halem Verlag. ISBN 9783938258514.

13. John Hutnyk 2011. ‘Pantomime paranoia in London or, ‘lookout he’s behind you!’’ in Ian Peddie (ed) Popular Music and Human Rights, Volume I: British and American Music, London: Ashgate. ISBN 1409437574.

14. John Hutnyk and Laura King 2011. ‘The Eighteenth Brumaire of Gaius Baltar: Colonialism Reimagined in Battlestar Gallactica’ in Arlo Kemp fed., Breaching the Colonial Contract  Springer pp237-250 ISBN 978-90-481-3888-3.

15. John Hutnyk 2010. ‘Hybridity’ in Kim Knott and Sean McLaughlin Diasporas: Concepts, Intersections, Identities London Zed books pp59-62. ISBN 978-1-84277-948-4.

16. John Hutnyk 2009. ‘Translating Appearance: On the First Sentence of Das Kapital’ in Tom Bunyard ed., The Devils Party London CCS pp50-54 ISBN 978-1-4452-1822-9.

17. John Hutnyk 2008. ‘Tourism and the Selling of Cultures’ in Robin Anderson and Jonathan Gray eds., Battleground: the Media (2 Vold) vol 2 Westport: Greenwood Press: 513-519. ISBN 978-0-313-34169-4.

18. John Hutnyk 2008. ‘Martin Heidegger Goes to the Movies’ in David Held and Henrietta Moore eds., Cultural Politics in a Global Age: Uncertainty, Solidarity and Innovation, Oxford: One World 112-120. ISBN: 978-1-85168-550-9.

19. John Hutnyk 2006. ‘Deathening Silence: The Terms of (Non) Political Commentary’ Basu, D and Lamelle S Eds The Vinyl Ain't Final: Hip-hop and the Globalisation of Black Popular Culture London: Pluto Press. ISBN 978-0745319407.

20. John Hutnyk 2006. ‘The Dialectics of Here and There: British Asian Communism’ in Ali, Kalra and Sayyid (Eds) A Postcolonial People, London: Hurst. ISBN 1850657963.

21. John Hutnyk 2005. ‘Calcutta’ in Vinay Lal and Ashis Nandy eds The Future of Knowledge and Culture New Delhi: Penguin pp 20-25. ISBN 0670058130.

22. John Hutnyk 2003. ‘Musik für Euro-Maoisten: Über die richtige Behandlung der Widersprüche bei Pop-stars’ in Kunstwerk und Kritik, Jour Fixe Initiative Berling (hg), Munster: Unrast-Verlag pp 111-143.  ISBN 13: 9783897714212.

23. John Hutnyk 2000. ‘Capital Calcutta: Coins, Maps, Monuments, Souvenirs and Tourism’ in Bell, D and Haddour, A (eds) City Visions, Longman, Chapter 3. ISBN 0582327415.

24. John Hutnyk 2000. ‘The Right to Difference is a Fundamental Human Right: Against the Motion’ contribution to GDAT debate No 10, with Corry, S, Jean-Klein, I, Wilson, R, ed Wade, P. The Right to Difference is a Fundamental Human Right University of Manchester, pp40-52. ISBN 0-9527837-3-8. Reprinted in Left Curve No 23, 2001.

25. John Hutnyk 1999. ‘Semifeudal Cybercolonialism: Technocratic Dreamtime in Malaysia’ in Bosma, J et al (eds.) Readme! Filtered by Nettime: Ascii Culture and the Revenge of Knowledge, New York: Autonomedia,. pp 315-321. ISBN 9781570270895.

26. John Hutnyk 1999. ‘Magical Mystical Tourism’ in Raminder Kaur and John Hutnyk (eds) Travel Worlds: Journeys in Contemorary Cultural Politics London, Zed books pp 94-119. ISBN 1856495620.

27. John Hutnyk and Raminder Kaur 1999. ‘Introduction’ in Raminder Kaur and John Hutnyk (eds) Travel Worlds: Journeys in Contemorary Cultural Politics London, Zed books pp 1-13. ISBN 1856495620.

28. John Hutnyk 1999. ‘Argonauts of Western Pessimism: Clifford’s Malinowski’ in Steve Clarke (ed) Travel Writing and Empire: Postcolonial Theory in Transit, London: Zed books pp 45-62. ISBN 1856496287.

29. John Hutnyk 1997. ‘Adorno at Womad: South Asian Crossovers and the Limits of Hybridity-talk’ forthcoming in Werbner, P and Modood, T. (eds.) Debating Cultural Hybridity: Multi-Cultural Identities and the Politics of Anti-Racism, London, Zed books, pp 106-136. ISBN 1856494241.

30. John Hutnyk 1996. ‘Repetitive Beatings or Criminal Justice?’ in Sanjay Sharma, John Hutnyk and Ashwani Sharma (eds) Dis-orienting Rhythms: The Politics of the New Asian Dance Music Zed Books, London, pp 156-189. ISBN 1856494705.

31. John Hutnyk, Virinder Kalra and Sanjay Sharma 1996. ‘Re-Sounding (Anti)Racism, or Concordant Politics? Revolutionary Antecedents’ in Sanjay Sharma, John Hutnyk and Ashwani Sharma (eds) Dis-orienting Rhythms: The Politics of the New Asian Dance Music Zed Books, London. pp 127-155. ISBN 1856494705.

32. John Hutnyk, Sanjay Sharma and Ashwani Sharma 1996. ‘Introduction’ in Sanjay Sharma, John Hutnyk and Ashwani Sharma (eds) Dis-orienting Rhythms: The Politics of the New Asian Dance Music Zed Books, London, pp 1-14. ISBN 1856494705.

33. John Hutnyk, Scott McQuire and Nikos Papastergiadis 1991. ‘Strategy, Identity, Writing: An interview with Gayatri Chakravorty Spivak’, in Sarah Harasym (ed), The Post-Colonial Critic, (USA) Routledge, New York, pp 35-49. ISBN 0415901707.

III. BOOKS (single authored)

1. John Hutnyk 2018 Global South ASIA on Screen. New York: Bloomsbury, (ISI)

2. John Hutnyk 2014. Pantomime Terror: Music and Politics. Zero books. ISBN  978-1-78279-209-3.

3. John Hutnyk 2004. Bad Marxism: Capitalism and Cultural Studies London: Pluto ISBN 0-7453-2266-2.

4. John Hutnyk 2000. Critique of Exotica: Music, Politics and the Culture Industry London: Pluto Press. ISBN 0 7453 1597 6.

5. John Hutnyk 1996. The Rumour of Calcutta: Tourism, Charity and the Poverty of Representation. Zed Books, London. ISBN 18649408X.

6. John Hutnyk 2018 Global South Asia on Screen, London: Bloomsbury Academic, ISBN: 9781501324963

IV. BOOKS (co-authored)

John Hutnyk, Raminder Kaur and Virinder Kalra 2005. Hybridity and Diaspora, London: Sage. ISBN 0-7619-7397-4.


1. John Hutnyk 2012. Beyond Borders London: Pavement Books. ISBN 978-0-9571470-0-3.

2. John Hutnyk and Ursula Rao 2006. Celebrating Transgression: Method and Politics in Anthropology (with Ursula Rao) Oxford: Berghahn. ISBN 1-84545-025-6.

3. John Hutnyk and Raminder Kaur 1999. Travel Worlds: Journeys in Contemporary Cultural Politics London, Zed books. ISBN 1856495620.

4. John Hutnyk, Sanjay Sharma and Ashwani Sharma 1996. Dis-orienting Rhythms: The Politics of the New Asian Dance Music, Zed Books, London. ISBN 1856494705.


1. John Hutnyk 2007. second special section PubliCity in the journal Left Curve USA – a samizdat style insert in this journal containing 12 articles from 9 different countries. ISSN 0160-1857.

2. John Hutnyk 2006. ‘Culture’ section of Problematising Global Knowledge, special issue (2 volumes) Theory Culture and Society Vol 23 (2-3). ISSN 0263-2764.

3. John Hutnyk 2005. special section PubliCity in the journal Left Curve USA – a samizdat style insert in this journal containing 30 articles from 19 different countries. ISSN 0160-1857.

4. John Hutnyk and Sanjay Sharma 1999. special issue – Theory, Culture and Society vol 17 (3) – ‘Music and Politics’. ISSN 0263-2764.

5. John Hutnyk and Virinder Kalra 1998. special issue – Postcolonial Studies Vol 1(3) – ‘Diasporic Music’. ISSN 1368-8790.

6. John Hutnyk and LUPA 1991. The Consuming Subjects of Education. La Trobe University Education Research Journal.

7. John Hutnyk 1987-1988. Criticism, Heresy and Interpretation – Journal of the Department of Anthropology, University of Melbourne – 3 volumes as editor in chief. ISSN 10378707.

8. John Hutnyk and Nick Lane 1987. Melbourne Journal of Politics, Department of Political Science, University of Melbourne. ISSN 0085-3224.


1. John Hutnyk 2010. (Catalogue essay) 'Sokari Douglas Camp' in Steel Sculptures – Sokari Douglas Camp, London: Douglas Camp Pubs.

2. John Hutnyk 2007. (Magazine article) ‘The politics of Cats’ in Stimulus Respond – e-journal - ISSN 1746-8086.

3. John Hutnyk 2005 (journal report) ‘Show Neon Fashion’ – Left Curve ‘Publicity’ section article. Volume 29: 106-107. (California). ISSN 0160-1857.

4. John Hutnyk 2001. (Magazine article, with Virinder Kalra), ‘Postcolonial London’ Seminar, (India).

5. John Hutnyk 2001. (journal article in translation) ‘Dog-Tribe’ – Swedish translation of a chapter from Critique of Exotica in  Glanta 3. 2001.

6. John Hutnyk 2000. (web E-Journal article) ‘Culture Move: On Asian Dub Foundation’ in Ghadar: the Forum of Indian Leftists 4(1), May 1 2000

7. John Hutnyk 2000. 'Complicity' catalogue essay for 'Assembly' RCA/Goldsmiths.

8. John Hutnyk 1999. (web E-journal article, with Anna Har) ‘Languid, tropical, monsoonal time?: net-activism and hype in the context of South East Asian politics’ in SASKI No. 6.

9. John Hutnyk 1997. (occasional paper) ‘derrida@marx.archive’  Manchester Papers in Social Anthropology No 6, 49pages.

10. John Hutnyk 1996. (Web E-Journal) Review of Bill Martin Humanism and its Aftermath: The Shared Fate of Deconstruction and Politics New Jersey, Humanities Press 1995 in Sociological Research Online 1(4)

11. John Hutnyk 1993. (conference publication) ‘Technological Dreamtime: the advanced technology park for Redfern’ in Postmodern Cities University of Sydney Department of Architecture and Urban Design.

12. John Hutnyk 1993 (conference publication). ‘Photogenic Calcutta’ in Postmodern Cities, University of Sydney Department of Architecture and Urban Design.

13. John Hutnyk 1992. (conference publication) ‘Value for Money: Giving the $ign to the Bourgeoisie’ IIR Higher Education Summit, Sydney, Australia.

14. John Hutnyk 1990. (conference papers) ‘Introductory Essay’ The Consuming Subjects of Education La Trobe.

Plus 500+ small magazine and Zine items, blog articles, and newspaper pieces.

VIII. FUNDED PROJECTS  [date - Funder - Type/title - duration - amount]

1989-1992     University of Melbourne     Postgraduate Scholarship 3 yrs    A$36,000

2016   GIAN India Govt Award      Award for Teaching in India  Jadavpur University         1 month            R70,000

2014-5            Tubitak Turkish Govt Award           Istanbul Ports Research       4 mths           TL25000

2008-2011     Goldfund Award       Inter Uni Colloquia series Berlin and Copenhagen       1 year            £3000

2010   British Academy       Vernacular Globalizations: Preservation and Globality 1 year £12,000

2008   Arts and Humanities Research Council UK        Beyond Text Network Grant           2 years              £50,000

2006   Research Councils UK (RCUK)    Postcolonial Theory and Global Policy    5 years            £150,000

2002   British Academy/ACU         International Collaboration 1 year £3336

2001   The Asia Research Fund   Research Grant        1 year 12 Million Kr W

1997   European Science Foundation     Research Fellowship          I year  62,000 Eu

1994-1996     ESRC Postdoctoral Fellowship     2yrs    £50,000ap