Alifa Bandali

Lecturer

About

Alifa Bandali is a lecturer in the Institute for Gender, Race, Sexuality and Social Justice (GRSJ). Dr. Bandali’s research focuses on feminist activism both in institutional and creative spaces. Her PhD thesis titled: Paid to care: Women’s experiences in non-profit/NGO work in Malaysia examined how women working in the non-profit/NGO sector saw themselves in their work and the meaningfulness of ‘good work’.


Publications

Book chapters

Vicki Crinis and Alifa Bandali. “Malaysia: balancing paid and unpaid work.” In Women, Work and Care in the Asia-Pacific, eds. Marian Baird, Michele Ford and Elizabeth Hill. London: Routledge, 2017. 41-54.

Journal Articles

Alifa Zafirah Bandali. “Who cares? A lack of self-care for women in the non-profit/non-governmental sector.” Gender, Work & Organization Original article. (2019): 1-15. DOI: 10.1111/gwao.12362.

Alifa Bandali. “Meaghan Morris: A student’s perspective.” Cultural Studies Review 24.1
(2018): 71-73.

Alifa Bandali. “Blurring boundaries in women’s organizations in Malaysia: When the personal becomes the professional.” Asian Journal of Women’s Studies 23.1 (2017): 110-120.

Book Reviews

Alifa Bandali. “Feminisms, empowerment and development: Changing women’s lives.” Australian Feminist Studies 29.81 (2014): 342-344.

Online Publications

Alifa Bandali. “A politics of skin: Using art as intervention.” Peril. 23 September 2018. http://peril.com.au/current-edition/skin-in-the-game/a-politics-of-skin-using-art-as-intervention/.

Alifa Bandali and Sarinah Masukor, editors. “Cinema.” RUNWAY Experimental Art. July 2018. http://runway.org.au/editorial-37-cinema/.

Alifa Bandali. “A safe landing.” RUNWAY. 13 December 2017.
http://conversations.runway.org.au/conversations/landing-points-review/.

Alifa Bandali. “Artist profile: Cigdem Aydemir.” RUNWAY. 19 October 2017.
http://conversations.runway.org.au/conversations/artist-profile-cigdem-aydemir/.

Alifa Bandali. “NGOs prompt report on 2002 Gujarat incident.” Asia Pacific Memo. Memo 44. 7 December 2010. http://www.asiapacificmemo.ca/gujarat-incident.

Creative Works

Alifa Bandali. “Walking towards resistance on Redfern street.” [photo essay] Exhibition Hijacked! Cold Cuts. 21-22 April 2018. Sydney, Australia.


 


Additional Description

Lecturers are unable to supervise graduate students

Alifa Bandali is a lecturer in the Institute for Gender, Race, Sexuality and Social Justice (GRSJ). Dr. Bandali’s research focuses on feminist activism both in institutional and creative spaces. Her PhD thesis titled: “Paid to care: Women’s experiences in non-profit/NGO work in Malaysia” examined how women working in the non-profit/NGO sector saw themselves in their work and the meaningfulness of ‘good work’.


Alifa Bandali

Lecturer

Alifa Bandali is a lecturer in the Institute for Gender, Race, Sexuality and Social Justice (GRSJ). Dr. Bandali’s research focuses on feminist activism both in institutional and creative spaces. Her PhD thesis titled: Paid to care: Women’s experiences in non-profit/NGO work in Malaysia examined how women working in the non-profit/NGO sector saw themselves in their work and the meaningfulness of ‘good work’.

Book chapters

Vicki Crinis and Alifa Bandali. “Malaysia: balancing paid and unpaid work.” In Women, Work and Care in the Asia-Pacific, eds. Marian Baird, Michele Ford and Elizabeth Hill. London: Routledge, 2017. 41-54.

Journal Articles

Alifa Zafirah Bandali. “Who cares? A lack of self-care for women in the non-profit/non-governmental sector.” Gender, Work & Organization Original article. (2019): 1-15. DOI: 10.1111/gwao.12362.

Alifa Bandali. “Meaghan Morris: A student’s perspective.” Cultural Studies Review 24.1
(2018): 71-73.

Alifa Bandali. “Blurring boundaries in women’s organizations in Malaysia: When the personal becomes the professional.” Asian Journal of Women’s Studies 23.1 (2017): 110-120.

Book Reviews

Alifa Bandali. “Feminisms, empowerment and development: Changing women’s lives.” Australian Feminist Studies 29.81 (2014): 342-344.

Online Publications

Alifa Bandali. “A politics of skin: Using art as intervention.” Peril. 23 September 2018. http://peril.com.au/current-edition/skin-in-the-game/a-politics-of-skin-using-art-as-intervention/.

Alifa Bandali and Sarinah Masukor, editors. “Cinema.” RUNWAY Experimental Art. July 2018. http://runway.org.au/editorial-37-cinema/.

Alifa Bandali. “A safe landing.” RUNWAY. 13 December 2017.
http://conversations.runway.org.au/conversations/landing-points-review/.

Alifa Bandali. “Artist profile: Cigdem Aydemir.” RUNWAY. 19 October 2017.
http://conversations.runway.org.au/conversations/artist-profile-cigdem-aydemir/.

Alifa Bandali. “NGOs prompt report on 2002 Gujarat incident.” Asia Pacific Memo. Memo 44. 7 December 2010. http://www.asiapacificmemo.ca/gujarat-incident.

Creative Works

Alifa Bandali. “Walking towards resistance on Redfern street.” [photo essay] Exhibition Hijacked! Cold Cuts. 21-22 April 2018. Sydney, Australia.


 

Lecturers are unable to supervise graduate students

Alifa Bandali is a lecturer in the Institute for Gender, Race, Sexuality and Social Justice (GRSJ). Dr. Bandali’s research focuses on feminist activism both in institutional and creative spaces. Her PhD thesis titled: "Paid to care: Women’s experiences in non-profit/NGO work in Malaysia" examined how women working in the non-profit/NGO sector saw themselves in their work and the meaningfulness of ‘good work’.

Alifa Bandali

Lecturer

Alifa Bandali is a lecturer in the Institute for Gender, Race, Sexuality and Social Justice (GRSJ). Dr. Bandali’s research focuses on feminist activism both in institutional and creative spaces. Her PhD thesis titled: Paid to care: Women’s experiences in non-profit/NGO work in Malaysia examined how women working in the non-profit/NGO sector saw themselves in their work and the meaningfulness of ‘good work’.

Book chapters

Vicki Crinis and Alifa Bandali. “Malaysia: balancing paid and unpaid work.” In Women, Work and Care in the Asia-Pacific, eds. Marian Baird, Michele Ford and Elizabeth Hill. London: Routledge, 2017. 41-54.

Journal Articles

Alifa Zafirah Bandali. “Who cares? A lack of self-care for women in the non-profit/non-governmental sector.” Gender, Work & Organization Original article. (2019): 1-15. DOI: 10.1111/gwao.12362.

Alifa Bandali. “Meaghan Morris: A student’s perspective.” Cultural Studies Review 24.1
(2018): 71-73.

Alifa Bandali. “Blurring boundaries in women’s organizations in Malaysia: When the personal becomes the professional.” Asian Journal of Women’s Studies 23.1 (2017): 110-120.

Book Reviews

Alifa Bandali. “Feminisms, empowerment and development: Changing women’s lives.” Australian Feminist Studies 29.81 (2014): 342-344.

Online Publications

Alifa Bandali. “A politics of skin: Using art as intervention.” Peril. 23 September 2018. http://peril.com.au/current-edition/skin-in-the-game/a-politics-of-skin-using-art-as-intervention/.

Alifa Bandali and Sarinah Masukor, editors. “Cinema.” RUNWAY Experimental Art. July 2018. http://runway.org.au/editorial-37-cinema/.

Alifa Bandali. “A safe landing.” RUNWAY. 13 December 2017.
http://conversations.runway.org.au/conversations/landing-points-review/.

Alifa Bandali. “Artist profile: Cigdem Aydemir.” RUNWAY. 19 October 2017.
http://conversations.runway.org.au/conversations/artist-profile-cigdem-aydemir/.

Alifa Bandali. “NGOs prompt report on 2002 Gujarat incident.” Asia Pacific Memo. Memo 44. 7 December 2010. http://www.asiapacificmemo.ca/gujarat-incident.

Creative Works

Alifa Bandali. “Walking towards resistance on Redfern street.” [photo essay] Exhibition Hijacked! Cold Cuts. 21-22 April 2018. Sydney, Australia.


 

Lecturers are unable to supervise graduate students

Alifa Bandali is a lecturer in the Institute for Gender, Race, Sexuality and Social Justice (GRSJ). Dr. Bandali’s research focuses on feminist activism both in institutional and creative spaces. Her PhD thesis titled: "Paid to care: Women’s experiences in non-profit/NGO work in Malaysia" examined how women working in the non-profit/NGO sector saw themselves in their work and the meaningfulness of ‘good work’.