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 Jenny Hocking
Associate Professor
National Centre for Australian Studies
Monash University

Research Projects
2004-5 Sponsor to Dr Robert Crawford: Monash University Postdoctoral Fellowship. Two years

2002 Harold White Fellowship. National Library of Australia. Three months

1999-2005 Australian Research Council. QEII Research Fellowship

1999 New South Wales Law Foundation, electronic delivery of a selection of speeches by Lionel Murphy $2,500

2004 Terror Laws: Asio, counter-terrorism and the threat to democracy, University of New South Wales Press. Sydney.

2000 Lionel Murphy: A Political Biography Cambridge University Press. Melbourne. paperback edition with new Foreword by Justice Michael Kirby and new Epilogue 'Did Lionel Murphy really happen?' by the author. 382pp

1997 Lionel Murphy: A Political Biography Cambridge University Press. Melbourne. 359pp Reprinted hardback October 1997. Reprinted hardback November 1997

1994 Beyond Terrorism: the Development of the Australian Security State Allen & Unwin. Sydney. 236pp

Edited Books

2003 Hocking, J. & Lewis, C. It's time again: Whitlam and modern Labor circa Books. Melbourne.


2003 Hocking, J. & Lewis, C. 'Thirty years later: the Whitlam government as modernist politics' in Hocking, J. & Lewis, C. It's time again: Whitlam and modern Labor :1-9

2003 'Developments in Australia's counter-terrorism strategy: Towards a surveillance society' in Das, D. & Kratcoski, P. (eds) Meeting the challenges of global terrorism: Prevention, control and recovery Lexington Books. :249-266

2001a 'Robert Menzies' 'fundamental authoritarianism': The 1951 Referendum' in Love, P. & Strangio, P. (eds) Arguing the Cold War Red Rag Publications. Melbourne. 2001

2001b 'Recontesting the cultural cold-war: Frank Hardy, Power without glory and criminal libel' in Griffiths, P. & Webb, R. (eds) work.organisation.struggle: Proceedings Seventh National Labour History Conference Australian Society for the Study of Labour History. Canberra:156-161

1992 'Government Perspectives on Terrorism & the Media' in Schmid, A. & Paletz, D. (eds) Perspectives on Terrorism and the Media Sage. Amsterdam. :86-104

1990 'Mr Neal is Entitled to be an Agitator' in Hocking, B. (ed) Australia Towards 2000 MacMillan. London:148-161

Film Scripts

2000 A Law is made with D. Dellora 17 min. documentary (for the Parliament of Victoria)


2003 'Counter-terrorism and the criminalisation of politics; Australia's new security powers of detention, proscription and control' Australian Journal of Politics and History Vol.49 No.3 September:355-371

2002 'Homophobes, hypocrites, Heffernan and Howard' Overland 167 Winter:63-68

2001a 'Marketing Frank Hardy: The revival of biography as scandal' Journal of Australian Studies No. 68, August:146-153

2000 'A.W. Martin's Menzies: No Aboriginals and no women' Labour History No. 79 November:213-220

1994a 'First the Verdict then the Trial' Policing and Society (UK) Vol. 4 :219-236

1994b 'Charting Political Space: Surveillance and the Rule of Law' Social Justice (US) Special International issue Vol. 21 No. 4 Winter :66-82

1984a 'Orthodox Theories of 'Terrorism': the Power of Politicised Terminology' Politics:103-110 November

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Jenny Hocking, Terror Laws: ASIO, Counter-Terrorism and the Threat to Democracy, Sydney, UNSW Press, 2004. [details]
Jenny Hocking and Colleen Lewis (eds), It's Time Again: Whitlam and Modern Labor, Armadale, VIC, Melbourne Publishing Group, 2003. [details]
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