Recent Reports

Articles & Chapters

Harris, Anita, Baldassar, Loretta & Robertson, Shanthi (2020)
Settling down in time and place? Changing intimacies in mobile young people's migration and life courses.
Population, Space and Place, e2357

Robertson, Shanthi (2020)
Suspending, settling, sponsoring: the intimate chronomobilities of young Asian migrants in Australia.
Global Networks. 20(4), 677–696

Tuxen, Nonie & Robertson, Shanthi (2019)
Brokering international education and (re) producing class in Mumbai.
International Migration 57 (3), 280-294

Robertson, Shanthi (2019)
Status-making: Rethinking migrant categorization.
Journal of Sociology 55 (2), 219-233

Dal Maso, Giulia, Robertson, Shanthi & Rogers, Dallas (2019)
Cultural platform capitalism: Extracting value from cultural asymmetries in RealTech
Social & Cultural Geography, 1-16

Robertson, Shanthi (2019)
‘Migrant, interrupted: The temporalities of "staggered" migration from Asia to Australia.
Current Sociology,  67 (2), 169-185.

Robertson, Shanthi (2018)
Negotiating translocal subjectivities: Student-migrant narratives of friendship, belonging and the city.
Urban Studies, 55 (3), 538-553

Robertson, Shanthi, Harris, Anita & Baldassar, Loretta (2018)
'Mobile transitions: a conceptual framework for researching a generation on the move',
Journal of Youth Studies, 21 (2), 203-217.

Westcott, Harriett & Robertson, Shanthi (2017)
Childcare, mobility decisions and "staggered" migration.
Migration, Mobility & Displacement, 3(1), 85-100.

Robertson, Shanthi (2017)
Infrastructures of insecurity: Housing and language testing in Asia Australia migration
Geoforum, (82), 3-20.

Robertson, Shanthi & Rogers, Dallas (2017)
Education, real estate, immigration: brokerage assemblages and Asian mobilities.
Journal of Ethnic and Migration Studies, 43 (14), 2393-2407.

Robertson, Shanthi (2016)
Student-workers and tourist-workers as urban labour: temporalities and identities in the Australian cosmopolitan city.
Journal of Ethnic and Migration Studies, 42(14), 2272-2288.

Robertson, Shanthi & Ho, Elaine Lynn-Ee. (2016)
Temporalities, materialities and connecting locales: migration and mobility in Asia-Pacific cities.
Journal of Ethnic and Migration Studies, 42(14), 2263-2271.

Robertson, Shanthi (2015)
Contractualization, depoliticization and the limits of solidarity: Noncitizens in contemporary Australia.
Citizenship Studies, 19(8), 936-950.

Robertson, Shanthi (2015)
The production of the Indian student: Regimes and imaginaries of migration, education, labour, citizenship and class.
Cosmopoltian Civil Societies, 7(3).

Robertson, Shanthi & Colic-Peisker, Val (2015)
Policy narratives vs. everyday geographies: Perceptions of changing local space in Melbourne’s diverse north.
City and Community, 14(1): 68- 86.

Colic-Peisker, Val & Robertson, Shanthi (2015)
Social change and community cohesion: An ethnographic study of two Melbourne suburbs.
Ethnic & Racial Studies, 38(1): 75–91.

Robertson, Shanthi (2014)
Time and temporary migration: The case of temporary graduate workers and working holiday makers in Australia.
Journal of Ethnic and Migration Studies, 40(12): 1915–1933.

Robertson, Shanthi and Runganaikaloo, Anjena (2014)
Lives in limbo: Migration experiences in Australia’s education-migration nexus.
Ethnicities, 14(2): 208–226.

Robertson, Shanthi (2013)
Campus, city, networks and nation: Student-migrant activism as socio-spatial experience in Melbourne, Australia.
International Journal of Urban and Regional Research, 37(3): 972–988.

Singh, Supriya, Robertson, Shanthi & Cabraal, Anuja (2012)
Transnational family money: Remittances, gifts and inheritance.
Journal of Intercultural Studies, 33(5): 475–492.

Robertson, Shanthi (2012)
Teaching language politics in Australian contexts: A reflective case study
Local-Global Journal. 9: 94–109.

Samardzija, Anita & Robertson, Shanthi (2012)
‘Contradictory populism online: Nationalist and globalist discourses of the Serbian Radical Party’s websites’.
Communication, Politics and Culture, 45: 96–117.

Eshtiaghi, Nicky, Robertson, Shanthi & Warren-Myers, Georgia (2012)
Good practice groundwork: Managing initial meetings with higher degree research students.
Education for Chemical Engineers, 7(4): 196–202.

Robertson, Shanthi (2011)
Cash cows, backdoor migrants, or activist citizens? International students, citizenship and rights in Australia.
Ethnic and Racial Studies, 34(12): 2192–2211.

Robertson, Shanthi (2011)
Student switchers and the regulation of residency: the interface of the individual and Australia's immigration regime.
Population, Space and Place, 17(1):103–115.

Robertson, Shanthi, Hoare, Lynnel & Harwood, Aramiha. (2011)
Returnees, student-migrants and second chance learners: Case studies of positional and transformative outcomes of Australian international education
Compare. A Journal of Comparative and International Education, 41(5): 685–698.

Singh, Supriya, Robertson, Shanthi & Cabraal, Anuja (2010)
Remittances as a currency of care: A focus on “twice migrants” in Australia from the Indian diaspora.
Journal of Comparative Family Studies, 42(2): 245–263.

Robertson, Shanthi (2008)
Cultural probes in transmigrant research: A case study.
InterActions: UCLA Journal of Education and Information Studies, 4(2): Article 3.

Robertson, Shanthi (2008)
Residency, citizenship and belonging: choice and uncertainty for students-turned-migrants in Australia.
International Journal of Asia Pacific Studies, 4(1): 97–119.

Robertson, Shanthi. (2016)
‘Intertwined mobilities of education, tourism and labour: The consequences of 417 and 485 visas in Australia’.
in M. Dickie, D. Gozdecka and S. Reich (eds)
Unintended Consequences: The Impact of Migration Law and Policy,
pp.53-80, Canberra: ANU Press.

Robertson, Shanthi. (2015)
‘The temporalities of international migration: Implications for ethnographic research’
in S. Castles, D. Ozkul and M. A. Cubas (eds)
Social Transformation and Migration: National and Local Experiences in South Korea, Turkey, Mexico and Australia,
pp.45-60, Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan

Robertson, Shanthi. (2014)
‘Sustaining linguistic diversity: Biocultural approaches to language, nature and community'
in P. Battersby, J. M. Siracusa and M. B. Steger (eds)
The SAGE Handbook of Globalization, London: SAGE.

Robertson, Shanthi. (2010)
‘Multiculturalism and social inclusion: The challenges in contemporary Australian society’
in M. Madew, G. Brotherton and B. Aschenbrenner (eds)
Diversity for Social Inclusion. Discourses on the Politics of Difference and the Advocacy of Inclusive Practice in Social Work Education,
pp.84–89, Stuttgart: Verlag der Evangelischen Gesellschaft GmbH.

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