Associate Professor Jacqueline Leckie
Jacqueline Leckie is adjunct research fellow with the Stout Centre for New Zealand Studies at Victoria University of Wellington.
Jacqueline Leckie is an adjunct research fellow with the Stout Centre for New Zealand Studies at Victoria University of Wellington, and a conjoint associate professor in the School of Humanities and Social Sciences at the University of Newcastle. In 2018 she was the J. D. Stout Research Fellow at Victoria University of Wellington.
Her research has concerned the Indian diaspora, development, gender, ethnicity, mental health, and work within the Asia–Pacific.
Books include Indian Settlers: The Story of a New Zealand South Asian Community (2007), To Labour with the State (1997), editing Development in an Insecure and Gendered World (2009), co-editing Migrant Cross-Cultural Encounters in Asia and the Pacific (with A. McCarthy and A. Wanhalla), Asians and the New Multiculturalism in Aotearoa New Zealand (with G. Ghosh, 2015), Localizing Asia in Aotearoa (with P Voci, 2011), Recentring Asia: Histories, Encounters, Identities (with J Edmond and H Johnson, 2011), Labour in the South Pacific (with C Moore and D Munro, 1990). Colonizing Madness: Asylum and Community in Fiji will be published University of Hawai’i Press in 2020.
Jacqui is currently working with the New Zealand Indian Central Association on An Uncomfortable History: Kiwi Indians and Exclusion.
For more details, see Jacqueline Leckie’s profile.