Professor Anthony Elliott
Professor Anthony Elliott is Executive Director of the Hawke EU centre, Dean: External Relations and Research Professor of Sociology at the University of South Australia. He is also Visiting Professor of Sociology at the Open University UK, Visiting Professor of Sociology at University College Dublin, Ireland, and Visiting Fellow at the Long Room Hub, Trinity College Dublin, a Fellow of the Academy of the Social Sciences in Australia, a Fellow of the Cambridge Commonwealth Trust, and a member of King’s College, Cambridge. A prominent social theorist, sociologist and public intellectual, his published works include Social Theory and Psychoanalysis in Transition, Psychoanalytic Theory: An Introduction, Subject To Ourselves, The Mourning of John Lennon, Critical Visions, Social Theory Since Freud, The New Individualism (with Charles Lemert), Making The Cut: How Cosmetic Surgery is Transforming Our Lives, Mobile Lives (with John Urry), On Society (with Bryan S. Turner), Contemporary Social Theory: An Introduction, and Reinvention.
Associate Director: Research and Programs
Professor Susan Luckman
Professor Susan Luckman is Associate Director: Research and Programs of the Hawke EU Centre and Professor: Cultural Studies in the School of Communication, International Studies and Languages. Prof Luckman is an interdisciplinary cultural studies scholar whose work is concerned with the intersections of culture, place and creativity. Her research explores these relationships in relation to creative and cultural industries, cultural work and social inclusion, digital media, and grassroots innovation. She is currently Chief Investigator on a 3 year Australian Research Council Discovery Project 'Promoting the Making Self in the Creative Micro-economy’ which explores how online distribution is changing the environment for operating a creative micro-enterprise and, with it, the opportunities for mobile working lives and the impacts upon the larger relationship between public and private spheres this entails. She is the author of Craft and the Creative Economy (Palgrave Macmillan 2015), Locating Cultural Work: The Politics and Poetics of Rural, Regional and Remote Creativity(Palgrave Macmillan 2012), and co-edited the anthology on creative music cultures and the global economy (Sonic Synergies, Ashgate 2008), and numerous book chapters, peer-reviewed journal articles and government reports on cultural work, creative industries and creative micro-entrepreneurialism.
Mr Louis Everuss
Louis Everuss is Centre Coordinator of the Hawke EU Centre for Mobilities, Migrations and Cultural Transformations. Previously he lectured in sociology at the School of Communication, International Studies and Languages at the University of South Australia. He has conducted research on migration, globalization and climate change and his work has recently been published in the Journal of Sociology and the Blackwell Encyclopedia of Sociology, as well as featured in Nature Climate Change.
Work Package and Research Activity Leaders
Professor Pal Ahluwalia
UNESCO Chair in Transnational Diasporas and Reconciliation Studies
Research Associate - Centre for Creative and Cultural Research, University of Canberra; Chair Human Dimensions Division, Simulation Australasia
Alliance Française d’Adelaide