Dr Shaphan Cox
|Faculty||Faculty of Humanities|
|School||School of Built Environment|
|Department||Department of Planning and Geography|
|Phone||08 9266 2477|
|Fax||08 9266 3166|
Memberships, Awards and Training
Member of Growing Cities research cluster Curtin University and the Institute of Australian Geographers (IAG)Back to top
Shaphan has been teaching Geography and Sustainable Development at Curtin University since 2006.Back to top
Research interests include; cultural geography, the politics of space and place, geographies of media and communication, critical heritage studies.
Current research project, invited by the Noongar tent embassy, is entitled: Setting up the tent embassy: an analysis of Perth media.Back to top
Noongar Tent Embassy, Matagarup. Spatial politics in Fremantle.Back to top
Journal Articles (Research)
- Cox, S., C. Birdsall-Jones, R. Jones, T. Kerr, and S. B. Mickler. 2016.“Indigenous persistence and entitlement: Noongar occupations in central Perth, 1988-1989 and 2012.”JOURNAL OF HISTORICAL GEOGRAPHY 54: 13-23.
- Kerr, T., and S. Cox. 2016.“Media, Machines and Might: Reproducing Western Australia’s Violent State of Aboriginal Protection.”Somatechnics 6 (1): 89-105.
- Kerr, T., and S. Cox. 2013. Setting up the Nyoongar Tent Embassy: a report on Perth media. Australia: Ctrl-Z Press.
- Creagh, R., P. Ryder, S. Cox, and T. Kerr. 2013. I'm Not Going Anywhere. I'm Here All The Time.. Perth, Australia: 2013 NAIDOC Week.
Exhibition - Group
- Creagh, R., S. Cox, and T. Kerr. 2013. Heirisson Island, Matagarup: negotiation and conflict in photojournalism and technologies of spatial classification. Perth, Western Australia: Curtin University.
Additional publication categories
Book Chapters - Other
- Creagh, R., T. Kerr, S. Cox, and P. Ryder. 2016. “Securing Space for Hospitality in a Settler-colonial City.” In Indian Ocean Futures Communities, Sustainability and Security, 229-246. Newcastle upon Tyne: .
- Jones, T. S., S. Cox, and P. M. Cozens.. “Unsettling planning In Perth: Indigenous planning in a boom.” In Planning Boomtown and Beyond. Perth, WA: UWA Publishing. In press.
Shaphan is a member of Perth band The Atlas Mountains. The band has produced two albums entitled: Sanskrit Owl (2009) and A Splendid Diagnosis (2011).
Athlete and committee member of Canning Districts Athletics ClubBack to top