Dr James Jupp
Areas of expertise
- Government And Politics Of Asia And The Pacific 160606
- Migration 160303
- Australian History (Excl. Aboriginal And Torres Strait Islander History) 210303
- Australian Government And Politics 160601
- Asian History 210302
- Population Trends And Policies 160305
Immigration, Ethnicity and Multicultural Policies
Comparative Party Poiitics Australia and Britain
Born in Croydon (England) on 23 August 1932 to parents James Thomas Jupp (1899-1971) and
Florence Charlotte Jupp (néeMcCone)(1908 - 2004).
Educated at Whitgift School,Croydon (1943-1949) and the London School of Economics (1951-1956)
B.Sc(Econ) (London); M.Sc(Econ)(London) 1956 by Thesis "The Radical Left in Britain 1931-1941"; PhD. (London 1974) by Thesis "Some Aspects of Pariiamentary Democracy in Ceylon".
Senior Lecturer in Political Science, University of Melbourne 1957 - 1966.
Senior Lecturer in Politics, University of York (UK) 1966-1976
Visiting Professor Politics University of Waterloo (Canada) 1976-1978
Senior Lecturer in Politics, Canberra CAE, 1978-1984
Senior Fellow Australian National University 1984 - 1997
Editor of Bicentennial Encyclopedia "The Australian People" 1988 and 2001
Order of Australia (AM) in 2004 for series to multicultural studies.
Married to Dr Marian Sawer AO since 1978; one daughter Natalie Florence
Grants are drawn from ARIES. To add Projects or Grants please contact your College Research Office.
- Researching the Social Role of Religions in Australia (Primary Investigator)