Par John Cash
This article was first published in Australian Feminist Law Journal, (30), 2009, and is republished here with permission of the editors of the AFLJ.
Dr. John Cash is a Fellow in the School of Philosophy, Anthropology and Social Inquiry at the University of Melbourne. He is also an editor of the Journal of Postcolonial Studies. His publications include Identity, Ideology and Conflict; the structuration of politics in Northern Ireland, Cambridge University Press, 1996 & 2010, and a series of articles and chapters that draw critically on social and psychoanalytic theory in order to develop novel approaches to the analysis of social relations, subjectivity and entrenched political and ethnic conflict. The most recent of these is « Squaring some vicious circles: transforming the political in Northern Ireland » in Consociational Theory, Routledge, 2009. His recent book, co-authored with Joy Damousi, is titled Footy Passions, UNSW Press, 2009. He is also co-editing, with Gabriele Schwab, a book titled The Postcolonial Unconscious. A longer-term project focuses on ‘Insecurity’.
Mailing address: School of Philosophy, Anthropology and Social Inquiry, University of Melbourne, Parkville, Victoria, 3010, Australia.