Kevin Dunn is the Pro Vice-Chancellor Research and Professor in Human Geography and Urban Studies in the School of Social Sciences, University of Western Sydney University. He commenced this position at WSU in May 2008. He was formerly at the University of NSW (1995-2008), and the University of Newcastle (1991-1995).
His areas of research include: immigration and settlement; Islam in Australia; the geographies of racism; and local government and multiculturalism. He has taught cultural and social geography, migration and urban studies. Recent books include Cyber Racism and Community Resilience (Palgrave Macmillan, Basingstoke 2017), Landscapes: Ways of Imagining the World (2003) and Introducing Human Geography: Globalisation, Difference and Inequality (2000).