Associate Professor Jacqueline Z Wilson
|Study area||Collaborative Research Centre in Australian History|
|Location||SMB Campus, E Building, Level One, Room E114|
- Graduate Certificate in Tertiary Education - University of Ballarat - 2010
- Doctor of Philosophy - Monash University - 2006
- Bachelor of Arts (Honours) - La Trobe University - 2002
Bachelor of Arts
Deviance, Criminology and Social Control (SOCIN1103)
Jacqueline Wilson was born in Geelong, Victoria, and spent most of her childhood in the inner-northern suburbs of Melbourne. She has a BA (Hons) in Sociology and History from La Trobe University, where she was awarded the David Myer University Medal, and a PhD in History from Monash University. Before commencing her position with Federation University Australia, Jacqueline taught history and sociology at Monash University, the University of Melbourne and La Trobe University. She has authored over forty scholarly publications, including four books, with a research focus on the intersections between public history, incarceration and sites of suffering and trauma.
Jacqueline is an award-winning university lecturer. Her leadership in the area of professional learning and research engages in innovative ways with diverse learners, and she has been nominated by students for teaching awards in every year she has taught at Federation University. Her teaching has been recognised with a Vice-Chancellor's Citation for Outstanding Contributions to Student Learning (Federation University Australia), and a national Citation for Outstanding Contributions to Student Learning from the Federal Government Office of Learning and Teaching. She regularly contributes to media in Australia and internationally.
Jacqueline has been published in the Sunday Age, and her research on public history, prisons and state institutional care has been the subject of articles for the ABC and international commercial media, including USA Today and the BBC. She has been a guest commentator on ABC Radio National's Deep End and Life Matters, and on ABC Radio's State-wide Drive.
Areas of expertise
Ethnography; Public History, Institutionalization and Incarceration; Prison Tourism; Prison Graffiti and the Chicago School of Sociology.
Current Projects: Jacqueline's current research focuses on heritage sites of incarceration and institutionalization and their role in the formalization and emergence of Australian welfare and justice systems. She is the lead editor for the Palgrave Handbook of Prison Tourism and is currently researching prison heritage sites and affect and emotions.
Jacqueline is also concerned with historical justice and improving outcomes for "Forgotten Australians" (people who experienced institutionalisation and incarceration as children in 20th-century Australia). She is currently working on several collaborative research undertakings including a project funded by the Sidney Myer Foundation entitled "Improving education outcomes for young people in out-of-home care". This is led by The Centre for Excellence in Child and Family Welfare (CFECFW), with Federation University Australia and La Trobe University.
Jacqueline is also involved in ongoing projects with colleagues at Monash University on archival systems for children who grew up in out-of-home State care. Jacqueline is a former ward of the State of Victoria and an activist and advocate for Care Leavers in Australia. This underpins much of her research which is concerned with historical justice, national memory and experiences of State care and welfare systems.
Jacqueline currently supervises PhD and Masters students in the areas of: Heritage; Public History; Incarceration; and Institutionalization (especially sites of suffering and trauma). She is particularly interested in ethnographic methods and was trained in the Melbourne school of ethnography. She has successfully supervised PhD (research), Masters of Education and Honours students to completion. Jacqueline can be contacted by email for supervision inquiries.
2016, Wilson, Jacqueline Z., Sarah Hodgkinson, Justin Piche and Kevin Walby (eds), The Palgrave Handbook of Prison Tourism, Contracted with Palgrave Macmillan (UK)
2015, Michelle, Dee, Jacqueline Z. Wilson, and Verity Archer (eds) , Bread N Roses: Voices from Australian Working Class Academics, Rotterdam: Sense Publishers
2014, Ashton, Paul, & Jacqueline Z. Wilson (eds), Silent System: Forgotten Australians and the Institutionalisation of Women and Children, Melbourne: Australian Scholarly Publishing.
2013, Brandenburg, R., & Jacqueline Z. Wilson (eds), Pedagogies for the Future: Leading Quality Learning and Teaching in Higher Education, Rotterdam: Sense Publishers.
2008, Wilson, Jacqueline Z., Prison: Cultural Memory and Dark Tourism, New York: Peter Lang.
2016, Wilson, Jacqueline Z., "Visual Criminology and Cultural Memory: The Aestheticization of Boat People", inEamonn Carrabine and Michelle Brown (eds), The Routledge Handbook of Visual Criminology, London: Routledge.
2016,Wilson, Jacqueline Z., & Ian Boyle, "Stasiland: Scrutiny and Surveillance at Gedenkstaette Berlin-Hohenschoenhausen Prison", in Jacqueline Z. Wilson, Sarah Hodgkinson, Justin Piché and Kevin Walby (eds), The Palgrave Handbook of Prison Tourism, London: Palgrave Macmillan Publishing.
2016, Wilson, Jacqueline Z., "Prison Graffiti", in Jeffrey Ian Ross (ed.), Routledge Handbook of Graffiti and Street Art, New York NY: Routledge.
2016, Wilson, Jacqueline Z., & Frank Golding, "Muddling Upwards: The Unexpected, Unpredictable and Strange on the Path from 'Care' to High Achievement in Victoria, Australia", in Philip Mendes and Pamela Snow (eds), Young People Transitioning from Care: International Research, Policy and Practice, London: Palgrave Macmillan Publishing.
2015, Wilson, Jacqueline Z., & Frank Golding, 'Caring about the Past or Past Caring: The Contested Narratives of Memory', in Shurlee Swain & Joanna Skold (eds), In the Midst of Apology: Professionals and the Legacy of Abuse amongst Children in 'Care', South Yarra: Palgrave Macmillan Publishing
2015, Wilson, Jacqueline Z., 'Don't Mention the 'F' Word: Using Images of Transgressive Texts to Teach Gendered History', in Tracey Penny-Light, Jane Nicholas, & Renee Bondy (eds), Feminist Pedagogy in Higher Education: Critical Theory and Practice, Ontario: Wilfrid Laurier University Press.
2015, Wilson, Jacqueline Z., 'Prison Graffiti', in Jeffrey Ian Ross (ed.), Routledge Handbook of Graffiti and Street Art, New York NY: Routledge.
2015, Michelle, Dee, Jacqueline Z. Wilson, and Verity Archer, "A Working Class World-View in an Academic Environment", in Michelle, Dee, Jacqueline Z. Wilson, and Verity Archer (eds), Bread N Roses: Voices from Australian Working Class Academics, Rotterdam: Sense Publishers
2014, Wilson, Jacqueline Z., Peter Russell & Simon McCart, 'The Parramatta Female Factory Precinct and the National History Curriculum', in Paul Ashton & Jacqueline Z. Wilson (eds), Silent System: Forgotten Australians and the Institutionalisation of Women and Children, Melbourne: Australian Scholarly Publishing.
2014, Wilson, Jacqueline Z., & Paul Ashton, 'New Contexts in Australian Public History: Australia's institutionalised and incarcerated', in Paul Ashton & Jacqueline Z. Wilson (eds), Silent System: Forgotten Australians and the Institutionalisation of Women and Children, Melbourne: Australian Scholarly Publishing.
2014, Ashton, Paul, & Jacqueline Z, Wilson., 'Sites of Conscience: Remembering Disappearance, Execution, Imprisonment, Murder, Slavery and Torture', in Paul Ashton & Jacqueline Z. Wilson (eds), Silent System: Forgotten Australians and the Institutionalisation of Women and Children, Melbourne: Australian Scholarly Publishing.
2013, Wilson, Jacqueline Z., 'Educational Dissonance: Reconciling a Radical Upbringing and a Conformist Career', in Robyn Brandenburg & Jacqueline Z Wilson (eds), Pedagogies For the Future, Rotterdam: Sense.
2013, Brandenburg, Robyn, & Jacqueline Z Wilson, 'Pedagogies for the Future: Leading Quality Learning and Teaching in Higher Education', in Robyn Brandenburg & Jacqueline Z Wilson (eds), Pedagogies For the Future, Rotterdam: Sense.
2012, Wilson, Jacqueline Z., 'The Incarcerated', in Peter Beilhartz & Trevor Hogan (eds), Sociology: Antipodean Perspectives, Melbourne: Oxford University Press.
2011, Wilson, Jacqueline Z, 'Dark Tourism, National Identity and the Australian School Curriculum', in Elspeth Frew & Leanne White (eds), Tourism and National Identity: An International Perspective, Sydney: Routledge.
2006, Wilson, Jacqueline Z , 'In Prison', in Robert Manne & Peter Beilhartz (eds), Reflected Light: La Trobe University Essays, Melbourne: Black Inc. 2005, Wilson, Jacqueline Z , 'Ellen Kelly', entry in Australian Dictionary of Biography Supplement, Melbourne: Melbourne University Press.
Refereed journal articles
2016, Wilson, Jacqueline Z., and Frank Golding, "Latent scrutiny: Personal Archives as Perpetual Mementos of the Official Gaze", Archival Science, Vol. No. 1: pp 93-109 First published on line October 2015, DOI 10.1007/s10502-015-9255-3.
2014, Wilson, Jacqueline Z, 'Ambient Hate: Racist Graffiti and Social Apathy in a Rural Community', The Howard Journal Of Criminal Justice, Vol. 53, Issue 4, London: Blackwell
2014, Wilson, Jacqueline Z, 'Inside: Life in Children's Homes and Institutions'. National Museum Australia touring museum exhibition, Melbourne Museum, Museum and Society http://www2.le.ac.uk/departments/museumstudies/museumsociety
2014, Mendes, Philip, Dee Michell & Jacqueline Z. Wilson, 'Young People Transitioning from Out-of-home Care and Access to Higher Education: A Critical Review of the Literature', Children Australia, Vol. 39, Issue 4, Cambridge University Press
2013, Wilson, Jacqueline Z, 'Redeeming Sites of Injustice: Human Rights and the Forgotten Australians', Vol. 20, Public History Review, Sydney: University of Technology Sydney Press http://epress.lib.uts.edu.au/journals/index.php/phrj
2011, Wilson, Jacqueline Z, 'Australian Prison Tourism: A Question of Narrative Integrity', History Compass, Vol. 9, Issue 8, London: Blackwell
2010, Wilson, Jacqueline Z., G. Marks, L. Noone, & J. Hamilton-Mackenzie, 'Retaining a Foothold on the Slippery Paths of Academia: University Women, Indirect Discrimination, and the Academic Marketplace', Gender and Education, Vol. 22,No. 5, London: Routledge
2009, Wilson, Jacqueline Z, 'Adolescent Resistant Narratives in a Satirical Schoolyard: the Case of Summer Heights High', Journal of Australian Studies Vol. 33, No. 3, September, Sydney: Routledge.
2008, Wilson, Jacqueline Z, 'Transgressive Decor: Narrative Glimpses in Australian Prisons, 1970s-1990s', Crime, Media, Culture, Vol. 4, No. 3, December, Sage: London.
2008, Wilson, Jacqueline Z, 'Racist and Political Extremist Graffiti in Australian Prisons, 1970s to 1990s', The Howard Journal Of Criminal Justice, Vol. 47, No. 1, Feb., London: Blackwell
2008, Wilson, Jacqueline Z, 'The Gendered Prison Experience: Implied Narratives in Male and Female Inmate Graffiti in an Australian Jail', Ethnography Vol. 9, No. 1, Sage: London
2005, Wilson, Jacqueline Z, 'Representing Pentridge: The Loss of Narrative Diversity in the Populist Interpretation of a Former Total Institution', Australian Historical Studies, April, Melbourne University Press
2004, Wilson, Jacqueline Z, 'Dark Tourism and the Celebrity Prisoner', Journal of Australian Studies, Spring, Queensland University Press
2003, Wilson, Jacqueline Z, 'Relics of a Desperate Act: Escape and Containment in J Ward', History Australia, Dec, Vol. 1 No 1, Australian Historical Association, Monash University Press
2002, Wilson, Jacqueline Z, 'Invisible Racism: The Language and Ontology of "White Trash"', Critique of Anthropology, Vol. 22, No. 4, Sage: London.
2015, Journal of Australian Studies: C. Campbell & H Proctor, A History of Australian Schooling.
2010, Australian Historical Studies: M. Suellen, J Murphy, E Branigan & J Malone, 'After the Orphanage: Life beyond the Children's Home'.
2007, History Australia: Michael Bosworth, 'Convict Fremantle: A Place of Promise and Punishment'.
2006, Lilith: Carolyn Harris Johnson, 'Come With Daddy: Child Murder–Suicide After Family Breakdown'.
2005, Journal of Australian Studies: Christina Twomey, 'Deserted and Destitute: Motherhood, Wife Desertion and Colonial Welfare'.2004, History Australia: Thom Blake, 'A Dumping Ground: A History of the Cherbourg Settlement'.
2015, Latent scrutiny: Personal archives as perpetual mementos of the official gaze, School of Archaeology and Anthropology, Australian National University, Canberra (joint paper with Frank Golding)
2015, Care Leavers as agents: Who do our files belong to? What rights do we have?, Rights in Records, 12th Community Informatics Research Network (CIRN) Conference, Monash Centre, Prato, Italy (joint invited presentation with Frank Golding)
2015, What is in the Files and Who Cares Anyway? Australian Archivists Association, Archives on the Edge National conference, Hobart (joint paper with Frank Golding)
2015, Over the Edge – Taking the Leap toward Participatory Archiving, Australian Archivists Association, Archives on the Edge National conference, Hobart (joint presentation with Greg Rolan, Cate O'Neill, Jacqueline Wilson and Amy Lay with Joanne Evans as the facilitator)
2014, Human Rights and Memory: Dialogues on Historical Justice and Memory Network, Conference, Lund University, Sweden (Invited to present research on contested notions of childhood institutionalization)
2014, Australian Colonial landscapes: Prison Graffiti (invited presentation to The Extremes of Human Cruelty Network seminar series), Leicester University Dept of Criminology
2014, University of Essex (Invited by Professor Eamonn Carrabine: Sociology, to present research into prison graffiti as part of a seminar series on visual culture and crime)
2014, 'Constructing the Welfare Client as Deviant: The Confluence of Child Welfare and Carceral Penalisation', British Society of Criminology Conference: Liverpool University.
2013, 'Redeeming Sites of Injustice: Human Rights and the Forgotten Australians' Parramatta Female Factory Precinct Conference: Trace, Place and Identity, exploring the institutionalisation of women and children in Australia: Sydney.
2011-2014, Various seminar presentations on tertiary teaching, gender and transgressive texts for example: The International Australian Studies Association biennial conference (Monash University); Adelaide University (Centre for Gender Studies); Cultural Inquiry Research Group (CERG), University of Ballarat; Federation University Australia; Mechanics Institute, Ballarat, and other public forums.
2010, 'Racist Graffiti and Young People's Worlds', Growing up in Divided Societies Conference, Queens University, Belfast, Ireland.
2009, 'Retaining a Foothold on the Slippery Paths of Academia', Higher Education Recruitment and Retention Conference, (Invited paper on behalf of the Australian Federation of University Women), Sydney.
2008, 'Adolescent Resistance Narratives in a Satirical Schoolyard: The Case of Summer Heights High', American Popular Culture Association, Niagara Falls, Canada.
2006, 'Censoring the Deviant: The Politics of Researching Women's Prison Graffiti', Twenty-First Century Feminisms: Australian Feminist Association, Melbourne.
2005, 'Resistance and Violence in the Total Institution', invited paper, University of Sydney, School of Social Policy.
2004, 'Doing Time with the Bat Nazis: Racist and Political Extremist Graffiti in Australian Prisons, 1970s to 1990s', British World Conference, University of Melbourne, July, 2004; and to British Australian Studies Association biennial conference: Projecting Australia, Cardiff, Wales.
2004, 'Ellen Kelly: Matriarch as Agent', Women's History Network conference: Women, Wealth and Power, Kingston upon Hull, UK.
2004, 'Gendered Australian Prison Graffiti: A Comparative study of Male and Female Inmates' Illicit Graphic Self Expression', paper to Australian Historical Association conference, July.
2003, Sydney, Australia and New Zealand Symposium on Criminology 'Remembering Pentridge: The Appropriation of Narratives of a Former Total Institution'. .
2003, 'Relics of a Desperate Act: Escape and Containment in J Ward', Institute of Convict Studies conference 'Escape', Strahan, Tasmania.
2003, 'Front and Back Regions in Representations of Pentridge Prison', paper to American Popular Culture Association Annual Conference, New Orleans, Louisiana.
2002, 'Chopper Woz Here: Competing Narratives of a Maximum Security Prison', paper to 'Islands of Banishment' conference, Port Arthur, Tasmania.
- Editorial board: Crime Media Culture: http://cmc.sagepub.com/
- Editorial Board: Public History Review: http://epress.lib.uts.edu.au/journals/index.php/phrj
- Graduate Women Victoria, Membership secretary(2010), scholarship committee (2009–11), member 2006–current: http://gradwomenvic.org.au/
- Parramatta Female Factory Precinct Project, (PFFP), Advisory Committee member and founding member : http://www.pffpmemoryproject.org/
- Human Cruelty Research Network, University of Leicester: http://www2.le.ac.uk/departments/criminology/research/current-projects/extremes-of-human-cruelty
- CLAN http://www.clan.org.au/
- Dialogues on Historical Justice and Memory Network: This international organization provides a platform for researchers and activists working on issues of dialogue, transitional justice, and public and social memory: http://historicaldialogues.org/
- International Australian Studies Association, (InASA), Treasurer, 2009 – 2013, Executive Board Member 2008–current: http://inasa.org/
- Australian Historical Association member