MSc (Econ), PhD (London)
Dr James Jupp is Director of the Centre for Immigration and Multicultural Studies at the Australian National University. His main work was concentrated on producing a second edition of the Bicentennial encyclopedia The Australian People. Funded by the Commonwealth and State Ministers for Immigration this was completed for the centenary of federation in 2001. He has published two more recent books since 2001 on immigration policy and the English in Australia.
Dr Jupp's other main interests include -
- the politics of ethnicity
- immigration policy
- multicultural policy.
- party politics.
- James Jupp (2004) The English in Australia. Melbourne: Cambridge University Press.
- James Jupp (2002) From White Australia to Woomera. Melbourne: Cambridge University Press.
- James Jupp (ed) (2001) The Australian People. Melbourne: Cambridge University Press.
- James Jupp (2000) Ethnic and Immigration Aspects, In Howard's Agenda. Marian Simms and John Warhurst (eds.). St Lucia, Queensland: University of Queensland Press.
- James Jupp (2000) Immigrant Society, In The Australian Legend and its Discontents. Richard Nile (eds.). St Lucias, Queensland: University of Queensland Press.
- James Jupp (2000) The ALP and the ethnic communities, In The Machine: Labor confronts the future. John Warhurst and Andrew Parkin (eds.). Sydney: Allen & Unwin.
- James Jupp (1998) Immigration. Melbourne: Oxford University Press.