Victoria Stead

Victoria Stead

Deakin University

H-index: 10

Oceania-Australia

About Victoria Stead

Victoria Stead, With an exceptional h-index of 10 and a recent h-index of 9 (since 2020), a distinguished researcher at Deakin University, specializes in the field of Anthropology, labour, Pacific studies, land and place, race and (post)colonialism.

His recent articles reflect a diverse array of research interests and contributions to the field:

In pursuit of ethical and inclusive research: What ethics committees and disability researchers can learn from each other

Feeling the (post) colonial: Affective encounters and enduring regimes of territorialization along the Kokoda Track, Papua New Guinea

Coconut Colonialism: Workers and the Globalization of Samoa: By Holger Droessler. Cambridge, MA, Harvard University Press, 2022. 304 pp, illustrations, maps, notes …

Papua New Guinea and the World: Papers from the 4th annual ADRI PNG Symposium, 15 September 2014

Temporariness made interminable: Pacific Islander farmworkers in Australia and the enduring crises of global agricultural production

Beyond the'Triple Win': Pacific Islander farmworkers' use of social media to navigate labour mobility costs and possibilities through the COVID-19 pandemic

Beyond Global Food Supply Chains: Crisis, Disruption, Regeneration

Making place in a place that doesn't recognise you: Racialised labour and intergenerational belonging in an Australian horticultural region

Victoria Stead Information

University

Deakin University

Position

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Citations(all)

544

Citations(since 2020)

390

Cited By

253

hIndex(all)

10

hIndex(since 2020)

9

i10Index(all)

11

i10Index(since 2020)

9

Email

University Profile Page

Deakin University

Victoria Stead Skills & Research Interests

Anthropology

labour

Pacific studies

land and place

race and (post)colonialism

Top articles of Victoria Stead

Title

Journal

Author(s)

Publication Date

In pursuit of ethical and inclusive research: What ethics committees and disability researchers can learn from each other

International Journal of Qualitative Methods

Megan Walsh

Victoria Stead

Susan M Sawyer

Amie O’Shea

Joanne M Watson

...

2024/2/28

Feeling the (post) colonial: Affective encounters and enduring regimes of territorialization along the Kokoda Track, Papua New Guinea

American Ethnologist

Victoria Stead

2023/2

Coconut Colonialism: Workers and the Globalization of Samoa: By Holger Droessler. Cambridge, MA, Harvard University Press, 2022. 304 pp, illustrations, maps, notes …

Holger Droessler

2022/1/11

Papua New Guinea and the World: Papers from the 4th annual ADRI PNG Symposium, 15 September 2014

M Sinebare

B Lahui-Ako

N Anderson

ME Lapan

J Thiele

...

2023/10/26

Temporariness made interminable: Pacific Islander farmworkers in Australia and the enduring crises of global agricultural production

Journal of Agrarian Change

Victoria Stead

2023/7

Beyond the'Triple Win': Pacific Islander farmworkers' use of social media to navigate labour mobility costs and possibilities through the COVID-19 pandemic

Journal of Ethnic and Migration Studies

Victoria Stead

Kirstie Petrou

2023/5/28

Beyond Global Food Supply Chains: Crisis, Disruption, Regeneration

Victoria Stead

Melinda Hinkson

2022

Making place in a place that doesn't recognise you: Racialised labour and intergenerational belonging in an Australian horticultural region

Journal of Rural Studies

Victoria Stead

Lorayma Taula

Mellisa Silaga

2022/8/1

Putting the crisis to work

Victoria Stead

Kirstie Petrou

2022/7/21

Introduction: Beyond Global Supply Chains

Melinda Hinkson

Victoria Stead

2022/7/21

Big Data won’t feed the world: global agribusiness, digital imperialism, and the contested promises of a new Green Revolution

Dialectical Anthropology

David Boarder Giles

Victoria Stead

2021/8/19

Unfree labour and Australia’s obscured Pacific histories: towards a new genealogy of modern slavery

Journal of Australian Studies

Victoria Stead

Lucy Davies

2021/7/3

Precarity's reach: intersections of history, life, and labour in the Australian horticultural industry

Journal of the Royal Anthropological Institute

Victoria Stead

2021/6

Indigenous Infrastructures of Care and Survival in Papua New Guinea: Rethinking Pacific Health through Oral Histories of the Second World War

Health and History

Victoria Stead

2021/1/1

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Victoria Stead FAQs

What is Victoria Stead's h-index at Deakin University?

The h-index of Victoria Stead has been 9 since 2020 and 10 in total.

What are Victoria Stead's top articles?

The articles with the titles of

In pursuit of ethical and inclusive research: What ethics committees and disability researchers can learn from each other

Feeling the (post) colonial: Affective encounters and enduring regimes of territorialization along the Kokoda Track, Papua New Guinea

Coconut Colonialism: Workers and the Globalization of Samoa: By Holger Droessler. Cambridge, MA, Harvard University Press, 2022. 304 pp, illustrations, maps, notes …

Papua New Guinea and the World: Papers from the 4th annual ADRI PNG Symposium, 15 September 2014

Temporariness made interminable: Pacific Islander farmworkers in Australia and the enduring crises of global agricultural production

Beyond the'Triple Win': Pacific Islander farmworkers' use of social media to navigate labour mobility costs and possibilities through the COVID-19 pandemic

Beyond Global Food Supply Chains: Crisis, Disruption, Regeneration

Making place in a place that doesn't recognise you: Racialised labour and intergenerational belonging in an Australian horticultural region

...

are the top articles of Victoria Stead at Deakin University.

What are Victoria Stead's research interests?

The research interests of Victoria Stead are: Anthropology, labour, Pacific studies, land and place, race and (post)colonialism

What is Victoria Stead's total number of citations?

Victoria Stead has 544 citations in total.

What are the co-authors of Victoria Stead?

The co-authors of Victoria Stead are jon charles altman, Samantha Balaton-Chrimes.

Co-Authors

H-index: 56
jon charles altman

jon charles altman

Australian National University

H-index: 10
Samantha Balaton-Chrimes

Samantha Balaton-Chrimes

Deakin University

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