Dr Dallas Rogers is a Senior Lecturer within the Faculty of Architecture, Design and Planning at The University of Sydney. His scholarship investigates the relationships between globalising urban space, discourse and technology networks, and housing poverty and wealth. He has undertaken a critical analysis of Australian urbanism through fine-grained empirical research with low-income urban citizenries as well as super-rich transnational property investors and their agents. You can contact Dallas here: firstname.lastname@example.org
- A relational examination of housing poverty and wealth in globalising cities;
- Foreign investment and the changing nature of Asia-Australia economic, technology and cultural relations; and
- The intersection between democracy, private sector development and state intervention.
Dallas has secured nationally competitive grants, and completed research projects for local and state government and the private and non-government sectors. He is a regular commentator on urban and housing policy with an interest in using digital media techniques to communicate research findings to non-academic audiences. He has appeared in domestic and international media, participated in a parliamentary briefing, is regularly invited to speak at academic and professional forums and publishes on urban and housing issues in academic and industry journals. Dallas produces a radio show and podcasts on contemporary urban issues.
Doctor of Philosophy – Western Sydney University, Australia
Diploma in Digital Content Production: Radio – Australian Film, Television and Radio School (AFTRS), Australia
Bachelor of Community Welfare (Honours), major in International Development – Western Sydney University, Australia
Certificate IV Training and Assessment – Australian College of Training & Employment, Australia
2015 Dallas won the prestigious Federal Minister’s Award for Early Career Housing Researcher for his study on the politics of Chinese investment in Australian housing
2013 Dallas won the Annual Award for Teaching and Learning that has Contributed to the Public Good for his teaching collaboration with staff from the NSW state housing authority in his Masters of Urban Planning Unit
2012 Dallas received one of two nationally competitive Post-Doctoral Awards from the Australian Housing and Urban Research Institute (AHURI) for his study on the politics of housing
2007 Dallas received a nationally competitive Post-Graduate Award from AHURI for his study on state government and private sector intervention in housing in NSW
Please email Dallas if you would like to discuss Honours, Masters, PhD or Post-Doctoral research supervision on the topics listed above or as a part of the Global Real Estate Project.
2016 – Dr Zhonghua Gu from the City University of Hong Kong: Analysis of international housing, education and migration pathways.
Current – Tegan Bergan: Community housing tenant-initiated residential mobility pathways in Sydney, Australia and London, United Kingdom.
Current – Megumi Sata Khan: How culturally defined processes in Japan facilitate the achievement of the aims of the planning profession without planners
Current – Aimee McNair: Transforming Tourism Representations: The Use of Digital Technology within Cultural Tourism
Current – Van Da Huynh: An Evaluation of the Effects and Challenges of Climate Change to Sustainable Tourism Development Mekong Delta Region of Vietnam
2012 – Gordon Bijen: Designing “Community”: The Significance of Place and Urban Design in Public Housing Renewal
Current – Emilie Baganz: Valuing Diversity in Urban Renewal (Masters Research)
2016 – Akshay Akshay Kumar: Parramatta Light Rail (Masters Report)
2016 – Dean Walker: What is the effect of neoliberal governance on citizenship: A case study of Bulga (Honours)
2014 – Mohammad Reza Shahrokhian Kermani: Sustainable Brownfield Development (Masters Report)
2013 – Alexander Marcus: Why was the community consultation process an important step in New Leaf’s redevelopment of Bonnyrigg? (Masters Report)
2012 – Fiona Yaun: Urban decay, renewal and consolidation (Masters Report)