BA, PhD (London)
Human geography

John Connell is Professor of Geography and a former Head of the School of Geosciences at the University of Sydney. His main interests are in migration and development with particular reference to small island states in the Pacific, remittances and health, and some of the broader shores of cultural geography.

Connell, J and Gibson, C ( 2005) Music and Tourism. On the Road Again, Bristol: Channel View.

Connell, J (2009) The Global Health Care Chain. From the Pacific to the World, New York: Routledge.

Connell, J ed (2000) Sydney. The Emergence of a World City, Melbourne: Oxford University Press.

Connell, J and Waddell, E. eds (2006) Environment, Development and Change in Rural Asia –Pacific. Between Local and Global, Lonodn:Routledge.

Connell, J. ed (2008) The International Migration of Health Workers. New York and London: Routledge

Connell, J and Rugendyke, B (2008) Tourism at the Grassroots. Villagers and Visitors in the Asia-Pacific, Abingdon: Routledge.

Connell, J (2010) Migration and the Globalisation of Health Care, Cheltenham, Edward Elgar.

Gibson, C and Connell, J. eds (2011) Festival Places, Bristol: Channel View.

Connell, J and McManus, P (2011) Rural Revival? Farnham:Ashgate.

Connell, J (2011) Medical Tourism, Wallingford, CABI.

Gibson, C and Connell, J (2012) Music Festivals and Regional Development in Australia, Farnham:Ashgate.

Connell, J (2013) Islands at Risk Cheltenham, Edward Elgar.

Dufty-Jones, R and Connell, J (2014) Rural Change in Australia, Farnham:Ashgate.

  • Connell, J and Gibson, C (2003) Sound Tracks. Popular Music, Identity and Place. London: Routledge.
  • Connell, J and Lea, J (2002) Urbanisation in the Island Pacific. London: Routledge.
  • King, R and Connell, J (eds.) (1999) Small Worlds, Global Lives. Islands and Migration. London: Pinter.
  • Aldrich, R and Connell, J (1998) The Last Colonies.Cambridge : Cambridge University Press.

Connell, J and Gibson, C (2017) Outback Elvis, NewSouth, Sydney.

Connell, J and Lee, H (eds (2018) Change and Continuity in the Pacific, Routledge, London.