Chilla Bulbeck

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Chilla Bulbeck
Born Margaret Chilla Bulbeck
1951
Academic background
Alma mater University of Queensland
Thesis The iron fist and the velvet glove: an investigation of the power of the new petit-bourgeoisie in capitalist formations (1979)
Academic work
Institutions University of Adelaide

Margaret Chilla Bulbeck (born 1951)[1] was the emeritus professor of women's studies at Adelaide University from 1997[2] until 2008,[3] and has published widely on issues of gender and difference.[4]

Education[edit]

Bulbeck gained a degree in economics from the University of Adelaide (1972), a master of arts (1975) and a Ph.D. in Sociology (1980) from the Australian National University, and an LL.B. from the University of Queensland (1991).[3]

Political career[edit]

After retiring from academic life, Bulbeck entered politics as a full-time volunteer for The Greens (WA),[5] becoming their Secretary and co-editor of their newsletter.[6] She also ran, unsuccessfully in the 2013 Western Australian state election for the district of Mandurah.[7]

Bibliography[edit]

Books[edit]

  • Bulbeck, Chilla (1979). The iron fist and the velvet glove: an investigation of the power of the new petit-bourgeoisie in capitalist formations (Ph.D.). Australian National University. OCLC 846261268.
  • Bulbeck, Chilla; Heath, Colleen (1985). Shadow of the hill. Fremantle: Fremantle Arts Centre Press. ISBN 9780909144975.
  • Bulbeck, Chilla (1988). One world women's movement. London Winchester, Massachusetts: Pluto Press. ISBN 9781853050145.
  • Bulbeck, Chilla (1993). Social sciences in Australia: an introduction. Sydney: Harcourt Brace Jovanovich. ISBN 9780729512602.
  • Bulbeck, Chilla (2002) [1992]. Australian women in Papua New Guinea: colonial passages, 1920-1960. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press. ISBN 9780521523202.
  • Bulbeck, Chilla (1997). Living feminism: the impact of the women's movement on three generations of Australian women. Cambridge New York: Cambridge University Press. ISBN 9780521465960.
  • Bulbeck, Chilla (1998). Social sciences in Australia: an introduction (2nd ed.). Sydney: Harcourt Brace. ISBN 9780729532983.
  • Bulbeck, Chilla (1998). Re-orienting western feminisms: women's diversity in a postcolonial world. Cambridge New York: Cambridge University Press. ISBN 9780521589758.
Featured in the International Feminist Journal of Politics "rethinking the canon" series: Sisson Runyan, Anne (January 1999). "Rethinking the canon: reflections on a text that ought to be essential reading". International Feminist Journal of Politics. Taylor and Francis. 1 (3): 487–490. doi:10.1080/146167499359862.
Extracted in Rothenberg, Paula S. (2006). Beyond borders: thinking critically about global issues. New York: Worth Publishers. ISBN 9780716773894.
  • Bulbeck, Chilla (2005). Facing the wild ecotourism, conservation and animal encounters. London Sterling Virginia: Earthscan. ISBN 9781844071388.
  • Bulbeck, Chilla (2009). Sex, love and feminism in the Asia Pacific: a cross-cultural study of young people's attitudes. ASAA women in Asia. London New York: Routledge. ISBN 9780415470063.
  • Bulbeck, Chilla (2012). Imagining the future: young Australians on sex, love and community. Adelaide, South Australia: University of Adelaide Press. ISBN 9781922064349.

Chapters in books[edit]

  • Bulbeck, Chilla (1980), "Middle class workers: schisms in the new petty bourgeoisie", in Boreham, Paul; Dow, Geoff, Workers, economic crisis, and the state (volume 1), South Melbourne: Macmillan, pp. 127–142, ISBN 9780333299463.
  • Bulbeck, Chilla; Whitlock, Gillian (1988), "A small and often still voice: women intellectuals in Australia", in Head, Brian; Walter, James, Intellectual movements and Australian society, Melbourne Oxford: Oxford University Press, pp. 145–169, ISBN 9780195546071.
  • Bulbeck, Chilla (1998), "Treating ourselves to a republic", in Gatens, Moira; Mackinnon, Alison, Gender and institutions: welfare, work, and citizenship, Cambridge New York: Cambridge University Press, pp. 167–184, ISBN 9780521635769.
  • Bulbeck, Chilla (2003), "Western feminisms: through the eyes of the "other"", in Bird, Delys; Were, Wendy; White, Terri-Ann, Future imaginings: sexualities and genders in the new millennium, Crawley, Western Australia: University of Western Australia Press for the Westerly Centre, pp. 11–25, ISBN 9781920694074.
  • Bulbeck, Chilla (2005), "Equality and difference feminism: a comparison of the attitudes of young Australians and Japanese", in Alomes, Stephen, Islands in the stream: Australia and Japan face globalisation, Hawthorn, Victoria: Maribyrnong Press, pp. 43–60, ISBN 9780975238417.
  • Bulbeck, Chilla (2005), "Gender policies: hers to his", in Saunders, Peter; Walter, James, Ideas and influence: social science and public policy in Australia, Sydney: UNSW Press, pp. 141–158, ISBN 9780868409146.
  • Bulbeck, Chilla (2007), "Hailing the "authentic other": constructing the Third World woman as aid recipient in donor NGO agendas", in Sarker, Sonita, Sustainable feminisms, Amsterdam Boston: JAI Press, pp. 59–73, ISBN 9780762314393.
  • Bulbeck, Chilla (2007), "'Our' whiteness and 'their' difference? The boundaries around humanity drawn by young Aboriginal and non-Aboriginal Australians", in Petrilli, Susan, Il bianco in questione [White matters], Athanor: Semiotica, Filosofia, Arte, Letteratura (volume 10) (in Italian), Roma: Meltemi, pp. 326–331, ISBN 9788883535581.
  • Bulbeck, Chilla (2009), ""Recognising" each other in conversations between Anglo feminists and Muslim women", in Dreher, Tanja; Ho, Christina, Beyond the hijab debates: new conversations on gender, race, and religion, Newcastle upon Tyne, UK: Cambridge Scholars Publishing, pp. 208–221, ISBN 9781443801690.
  • Bulbeck, Chilla (2011), "Gender perspectives", in McAllister, Ian; Dorwick, Steve; Hassan, Riaz, The Cambridge handbook of social sciences in Australia, Cambridge, England: Cambridge University Press, pp. 480–498, ISBN 9781107403444.

Journal articles[edit]

Papers[edit]

  • Bulbeck, Chilla (1988). The stone laurel: of race, gender and class in Australian memorials. Nathan, Queensland: Institute for Cultural Policy Studies, Division of Humanities, Griffith University. ISBN 9780868573304. Occasional paper no. 5.
  • Bulbeck, Chilla (1988). Staying in line or getting out of place: the experiences of expatriate women in Papua New Guinea, 1920-1960: issues of race and gender. London: Sir Robert Menzies Centre for Australian Studies, Institute of Commonwealth Studies, University of London. ISBN 9780902499898. Working paper no. 35.
  • Bulbeck, Chilla; Bennett, Tony; Finnane, Mark (1991). Accessing the past. Nathan, Queensland: Institute for Cultural Policy Studies, Division of Humanities. ISBN 9780646073828.
  • Bulbeck, Chilla; Williams, Jan (1993). The unintended gender effects of policy and practice on postgraduate research at Griffith University: report. Brisbane, Queensland: Australian Institute for Women's Research and Policy. OCLC 38356390.
  • Bulbeck, Chilla; Collins, Janine (1994). The casualisation of research postgraduate employment. Canberra: A.G.P.S. ISBN 9780644426237.
  • Bulbeck, Chilla; Auer, Jocelyn; Brugger, Bill (July 1996). Report of the review of the Women's Studies Unit, Flinders University. Adelaide, South Australia: Flinders University of South Australia. OCLC 38413612.
  • Bulbeck, Chilla; Kwitko, Ludmilla; Stewart, Anna; Dower, Jo (August 1997). Characteristics of parties involved in domestic violence protection orders: an analysis of court and police data: report. Australia: Criminology Research Grants. 29/94-5. Pdf.
  • Bulbeck, Chilla (1998). Proceedings of the Australian Women's Studies Association Seventh Conference. Adelaide, South Australia: Department of Social Inquiry, University of Adelaide. ISBN 9780646356167.
  • Bulbeck, Chilla; Auer, Ros (1999). Our town's 'con.con': the Social Inquiry constitutional convention, 15 September 1999. Adelaide, South Australia: Department of Social Inquiry, University of Adelaide. ISBN 9780863968174.
  • Bulbeck, Chilla; et al. (1999). Asian migration: Pacific Rim dynamics. Taipei, Taiwan: Kuo li Tʻai-wan ta hsüeh, Ao-chou yen chiu hsiao tsu chʻu pan. ISBN 9789570248586.

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Bulbeck, Chilla, 1951-". Library of Congress. Retrieved 8 October 2015. data sheet (Bulbeck, Margaret Cachilla; b. 1951)
  2. ^ Dreher, Tanja; Ho, Christina (2009), "List of contributors", in Dreher, Tanja; Ho, Christina, Beyond the hijab debates: new conversations on gender, race, and religion, Newcastle upon Tyne, UK: Cambridge Scholars Publishing, p. 269, ISBN 9781443801690.
  3. ^ a b "Emeritus Professor Chilla Bulbeck". Adelaide University. Retrieved 9 October 2015.
  4. ^ McAllister, Ian; Dorwick, Steve; Hassan, Riaz (2011), "Contributors", in McAllister, Ian; Dorwick, Steve; Hassan, Riaz, The Cambridge handbook of social sciences in Australia, Cambridge, England: Cambridge University Press, p. xi, ISBN 9781107403444.
  5. ^ "Chilla Bulbeck". theconversation.com. The Conversation. Retrieved 9 October 2015.
  6. ^ Bulbeck, Chilla (7 July 2014). "What is feminism and where to from here?". Women's Agenda. Private Media Pty Ltd. Retrieved 9 October 2015.
  7. ^ "WA Votes: Mandurah". abc.net.au. ABC News. 18 March 2013. Retrieved 9 October 2015.

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