Resume

Dr Matt Merefield’s Resume

Work history (English; see Chinese below)

  1. Lecturer (f/t), Beijing University of Posts and Telecommunications, English language and culture classes for undergraduates. This teaching is current.
  2. Lecturer (p/t) Tianjin Senior University, English language and culture classes for senior citizens. This teaching is current and ongoing.
  3. Lecturer (p/t), University of Bradford, Sociology and Criminology, Faculty of Social Sciences Module Leader, Global Society and Local Experience; (grade 8/9; September 2016-2017); Undergraduate Dissertations Supervisor, undergraduate, sociology, and criminology (September 2016-June 2017).
  4. Research Associate (f/t), University of Bradford, Centre for Applied Social Science Research, Faculty of Social Science April 2015 – October 2016 (grade 7, ft.).
  5. Research and Inspections Officer (f/t), Office of the Inspector of Custodial Services, Western Australia (Grade 6.4; permanent) 2010-2015.
  6. Research Associate, (f/t), Research Information Unit, Immigration Advisory Service, London, 2009-10。
  7. Honorary Research Fellow, City University, London, 2009-11.
  8. Research Assistant (f/t), Department of Politics and International Studies, Warwick University, 2007-8.
  9. Research Assistant (f/t), Department of Politics, Bristol University. (f/t), 2006-7.
  10. Lecturer (f/t equivalent), Nottingham Trent University, Media Studies, Sociology, Human Geography. Lead lecturer: ‘Postcolonial Cinema’, 2005-6. Module leader: ‘Global Migration and Minorities’; ‘‘Race’, in Contemporary Britain’, 2005-6. Contributing lecturer: People and Places’; ‘Introductory Sociology’; ‘Nation and Narration’, ‘Post-modern Desire’, 2004-6.

Publications (academic)

  • ‘The exceptional inclusion of ‘savages’ and ‘barbarians’: the colonial liberal biopolitics of mobility and development’ in Mark Duffield and Vernon Hewitt, (eds.) Colonial Developments: the Past in the Present, James Curry, August 2009.
  • ‘How was Howard’s War Possible? Winning the War of Position over Iraq’, Australian Journal of International Relations, 2009, with Matt McDonald (40%).
  • ‘Gendered Migrations: Towards gender-sensitive policies in the UK’, Institute of Public Policy Research Asylum and Migration Working Paper No. 6, IPPR, 2005, with Eleonore Kofman and Parvati Raghuram (25%).

Current academic working papers/book chapters

  • ‘‘Trafploitation’ and counter-narratives: moral narcissism and failures of transculturation in Western anti-trafficking discourse,’ intended for submission to the Journal of Asian Cultural Studies.
  • ‘A Tale of conflicting fields: China’s relational filiality, socio-economic inequality, and the commodification of sexuality, intended for submission to the Journal of Critical Asian Studies.
  • ‘The neo-protectionist misrecognition of Aboriginality and Modern Slavery in Western Australia’, intended for submission to The Australian and New Zealand Journal of Criminology.
  • ‘Critical justice theory and complex equality: theorizing the scope for redressing socio-penal disadvantages’, intended for submission to the Punishment and Society.

Samples of my academic writing are accessible at:

https://bradford.academia.edu/MattMerefield

Samples of my global sociology lectures and blogs on global and trans-national mobility and immobility are available at https://globalimobility101.com/

Academic qualifications and awards                                 

PhD Historical Sociology, Nottingham Trent University (2006); British migration policy within colonization and globalization, 17th to 20th Centuries.

  • M.A.Cultural Studies (Distinction), University of Queensland (2001).
  • Bachelor of Arts (1st). English Literature/Cultural Studies, University of Tasmania (1999).
  • British Academy Small Research Grant, ‘UK-Uganda deportation monitoring network’, 2009-11, with Dr Liza Schuster (City University);
  • UK Vice-Chancellor’s Overseas Research Scheme Award (2002-3);
  • Nottingham Trent Postgraduate Award (2004);
  • Australian Postgraduate Award (2001).

Knowledge and expertise

  • Sociology of globalization, migration, multiculturalism, ‘race’ relations; social inclusion; historical sociology of colonization and migration; social/criminal justice.
  • Refugee, asylum politics, law and policy including detention, deportation, monitoring.
  • Human Trafficking and people smuggling, Neo-abolitionism, ‘Modern Slavery’.
  • Human rights law and policy; equality (including socio-economic, migrant, labour & indigenous) rights and policy.
  • Critical theory, Marxism, classical liberalism, neoliberalism; post-colonial theory; biopolitics; intersectionality (with a focus on class, gender, ‘race’, disability).

Other languages

  • Mandarin (elementary, spoken [ongoing student])
  • Italian (elementary, spoken and written)

Matt Merefield 迈特 麦尔福尔德博士简历

Mobile: 135-161-324-39   e-mail: mattlumerefield@gmail.com

学历

.博士学位

诺丁汉特伦特大学(英国) 2006

  • 历史社会学博士;英国在十七到二十世纪殖民化和全球化过程中的移民政策

.硕士学位

昆士兰大学(澳大利亚) 2001

  • 文化研究硕士

.学士学位

塔斯马尼亚大学(澳大利亚) 1999

  • 文学学士;英语文学/文化研究

工作经历

1.天津老年大学          2017-目前

  • 讲师 (p/t);英语

2.塘沽英语阅读室     2017-目前

https://englishreadingroom.wordpress.com/

  • 指导老师 (p/t)

3.布拉德福德大学(英国)                     2016.9-2017.6

  • 讲师;社会科学系社会学、犯罪学;全球化和地方变革;本科论文指导教师,社会学和犯罪学

4.布拉德福德大学(英国)    2015.4-2016.10

  • 副研究员;应用社会科学学院社会科学研究中心

5.西澳政府监禁监察部,(澳大利亚)   2010-2015

  • 研究及检察官员

6.移民咨询服务中心(伦敦) 2009-2010

  • 副研究员;研究信息部

7.城市大学(伦敦)        2009-2011

  • 荣誉研究员

8.华威大学(英国)          2007-2008

  • 研究助理;政治与国际研究系

9.布里斯托尔大学(英国) 2006-2007

  • 研究助理;政治系

10.诺丁汉特伦特大学(英国)             2004-2006

  • 讲师;媒体研究、社会学、人文地理学;“后殖民电影”;“全球移民和少数族裔”;“当代英国的‘种族’”;“人与地区”;“社会学入门”;“民族叙事”、“后现代欲望”

文章发表(学术)

  • ‘The exceptional inclusion of ‘savages’ and ‘barbarians’: the colonial liberal biopolitics of mobility and development’ in Mark Duffield and Vernon Hewitt, (eds.) Colonial Developments: the Past in the Present, James Curry, August 2009.
  • ‘How was Howard’s War Possible? Winning the War of Position over Iraq’, Australian Journal of International Relations, 2009, with Matt McDonald (40%).
  • ‘Gendered Migrations: Towards gender-sensitive policies in the UK’, Institute of Public Policy Research Asylum and Migration Working Paper No. 6, IPPR, 2005, with Eleonore Kofman and Parvati Raghuram (25%).

目前在写的学术文章/

  • ‘‘Trafploitation’ and counter-narratives: moral narcissism and failures of transculturation in Western anti-trafficking discourse’, intended for submission to the Journal of Asian Cultural Studies
  • ‘A Tale of conflicting fields: China’s relational filiality, socio-economic inequality, and the commodification of sexuality, intended for submission to the Journal of Critical Asian Studies.
  • ‘The neo-protectionist misrecognition of Aboriginality and Modern Slavery in Western Australia’, intended for submission to The Australian and New Zealand Journal of Criminology.
  • ‘Critical justice theory and complex equality: theorizing the scope for redressing socio-penal disadvantages’, intended for submission to the Punishment and Society.

Samples of my academic writing are accessible at:

https://bradford.academia.edu/MattMerefield

Samples of my global sociology lectures and blogs on global and trans-national mobility and immobility are available at https://globalimobility101.com/

知识和技能

  • 社会全球化、移民、多元文化、种族关系;社会融合;殖民和移民的历史社会学;社会/刑事司法
  • 难民,政治庇护,包括拘留、驱逐出境、监管的法律和政策。
  • 贩卖人口和人口走私,新废奴主义,“现代奴役”
  • 人权法律和政策;平等(包括社会经济、移民、劳工、原住民)的权利和政策
  • 批判理论、马克思主义、古典自由主义、新自由主义;后殖民理论;生命政治;交叉性(侧重阶级,“种族”,残障者)。

其他语言

中文(初级,口语,持续学习中)

意大利(初级,口语和书面)

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