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Rohan Price

Professor, Southern Cross University, School of Law and Justice, University of Tasmania, Shandong University

Biography

Rohan Price is a researcher whose PhD focused on the relationship between property law in British colonies and Chinese nationalism. My current research is for a book 'Reading Colonies: Autonomy, Property Policy and Control of the British Far East'.

He also the biographer of Philip Jacks (1877-1941) the Land Officer of Hong Kong between the wars. 'Going native: the passions of Philip Jacks'​ is to be published by Australian Scholarly Publishing by Christmas 2015.

The blurb: Hong Kong in 1917 was a racist, gossipy and insular place. Senior colonial administrator Philip Jacks took an unlikely stand against the trafficking of abandoned Eurasian children who were destined for lives of prostitution and domestic drudgery throughout the Far East. With the support of the Hong Kong government, his decision to charter a ship to send them to Down Under at the height of the White Australia policy challenges many assumptions about the colonial past. If his baptism in 1916 of his Eurasian daughter Audrey in Hong Kong's St Johns Cathedral was a turn up for the books his British wife's adoption of her in her teenage years undoubtedly rips them up.

Research Interest

Rohan Price is a researcher whose PhD focused on the relationship between property law in British colonies and Chinese nationalism. His current research is for a book 'Reading Colonies: Autonomy, Property Policy and Control of the British Far East'

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