Dr Alanna Kamp is Lecturer in Geography and Urban Studies in the Urban Research Program, School of Social Sciences, Western Sydney University. She is also a research fellow in the Young and Resilient Research Centre (WSU) and member of the Challenging Racism Project (WSU), Diversity and Human Rights Research Centre (WSU), and Centre of Resilient and Inclusive Socities. Dr Kamp’s research contributions lie in the areas of Australian multiculturalism and cultural diversity, experiences of migration and migrant settlement, racism and anti-racism, national identity, citizenship and intersectional experiences of belonging/exclusion. Her work utilises national-level quantitative methods as well as smaller-scale qualitative techniques that are influenced by multi-disciplinary research (post-colonialism, feminism, history, diaspora etc). She has published pioneering (and award winning) work on Chinese Australian women’s experiences of national and cultural identity, participation and contribution, racism and belonging. She has also published in the areas of Indigenous Studies, Asian Australian Studies, and Islamophobia.