Search - List of Books by Ghassan Hage
Ghassan Hage (born 1957 in Beirut, Lebanon) is a Lebanese-Australian academic serving as Future Generation Professor of Anthropology and Social Theory at the University of Melbourne. Professor Hage has been a very high-profile contributor to debates on multiculturalism in Australia and has published widely on the topic. His most influential work is White Nation, which draws on theory from Whiteness studies, Jacques Lacan and Pierre Bourdieu to interpret ethnographic work undertaken in Australia. The book has been widely debated in Australia, with many of its themes picked up by anti-racism activists in other countries. The follow up Against Paranoid Nationalism is an analysis of certain themes in Australian politics that became prominent under the government of John Howard. Ghassan's recent work is on the relation between the ecological crisis and the crisis in inter-cultural relations.
Total Books: 8