Professor of Sociology and Anthropology
Bradley Hall 115
Ph.D., Sociology, University of Tasmania
M.A., Anthropology, University of Iowa
B.A., English Literature and Linguistics, California State University-Chico
Jackie Hogan is professor of sociology and anthropology and chair of the Asian Studies program at Bradley. She also teaches courses in the Women’s Studies program, and contributes to the University’s Study Abroad program in Sydney, Australia, and to Bradley’s Body Project, a collaborative effort by Bradley faculty, students and staff to promote healthy body image and combat eating disorders (http://thebodyproject.bradley.edu).
Dr. Hogan came to Bradley in fall of 2000 from the University of Tasmania in Australia, where she earned her Ph.D. in sociology. Her research focuses on the links between gender, race and national identity in the US, UK, Australia and Japan. She earned her master’s degree in anthropology from the University of Iowa, where she focused on Japanese culture and society.
Dr. Hogan teaches a variety of courses pertaining to non-Western societies and to issues of diversity and social inequality. She offers courses in both sociology and anthropology, as well as seminars on “imagined communities” and death practices around the world, and the Sydney Seminar: Australia through Film. Through her work on the Intellectual and Cultural Activities Committee, she also helps bring a wide variety of speakers to campus each semester.
Dr. Hogan has published articles in a variety of scholarly journals including the Journal of Sociology; Intercultural Studies; Media, Culture and Society; National Identities; the Journal of Sport and Social Issues; Mass Communication and Society; Japanese Studies; and the Journal of Australian Studies. Her books include Gender, Race and National Identity: Nations of Flesh and Blood (2009), Lincoln, Inc.: Selling the Sixteenth President in Contemporary America (2011), and Roots Quest: Inside America’s Genealogy Boom (2019).
Selected Articles and Chapters
- Haltinner, Kristin and Jackie Hogan 2018. “Comparing Cabals: The Role of Conspiracy Ideation in Right-Wing Populist Groups of the U.S. and U.K.,” in Fernando Lopez Alves (ed) National Populism in Europe and the Americas, Routledge, New York and London.
- Hogan, Jackie and Kristin Haltinner, 2016. “Floods, Invaders, and Parasites: Immigration Threat Narratives and Right-Wing Populism in the US, UK and Australia,” in Peter Kivisto (ed) National Identity in an Age of Migration. Routledge, New York and London.
- Hogan, Jacqueline, L. 2011. "Bill O'Reilly's 'Killing Lincoln' is Lincoln Lite," The Christian Science Monitor, October 25, 2011.
- Hogan, Jackie, L. 2010. “Gendered and racialised discourses of national identity in Baz Luhrmann's Australia,” Journal of Australian Studies 34 (Issue 1).
- Hogan, Jackie, L. 2006. “Letters to the editor in the ‘war on terror’: a cross-national study.” Mass Communication and Society 7: 63-83.
- Hogan, Jackie, L. 2005. “Gender, ethnicity and national identity in Australian and Japanese television Advertisements.” National Identities 7: 193-211.
- Hogan, Jackie, L. 2004. “Constructing the global in two rural communities in Australia and Japan.” Journal of Sociology 40: 21-40.
- Hogan, Jackie, L. 2003. “Staging the nation: gendered and ethnicized discourses of national identity in Olympic opening ceremonies.” Journal of Sport and Social Issues 27: 100-123.
- Hogan, Jacqueline, L. 2003. “The social significance of English loanwords in Japan.” Japanese Studies 23.
- Hogan, Jackie, L. 2003. “The Return to Imperialism: Restoring American Manhood.” 2003. Clio’s Psyche, quarterly journal of the Psychohistory Forum, December: 84-85.
- Hogan, Jackie, L. 1999. “Globalization and gendered national identities in the television advertisements of Japan and Australia.” Media, Culture and Society 21:743-75