Dr Jean-Paul Baldacchino

Dr Jean-Paul Baldacchino

Dr Jean-Paul Baldacchino

 B.A.(Hons)(Melit.),M.Psychoanalysis(V.U.Melbourne),Ph.D.(La Trobe)

Senior Lecturer

Ir-Razzett tal-Hursun
University of Malta
  +356 2340 3714

BALDACCHINO, J., 2019. Is There No Honour among the Maltese? Paradigms of Honour in a Mediterranean Moral Economy. Anthropological Journal of European Cultures, 28(1), pp. 94-113.

BALDACCHINO, J., 2019. The anthropologist’s last bow: Ontology and mysticism in pursuit of the sacred. . Critique of Anthropology, 39(3), pp. 350-370.

BALDACCHINO, J. and HOUSTON, C., 2019. Anthropology as Critique: The legacy of Joel Kahn. Critique of Anthropology, 39(3), pp. 261-271.

BALDACCHINO, J.P., 2018. Renato Carosone and Neapolitan Music: Challenging Paradigms of Hybridity in the Mediterranean. Mediterranean Studies, 26(1), pp. 54-79.

BALDACCHINO, J., 2018. Moral geometry, natural alignments and utopian urban form: A comparative study of Campanella, Le Corbusier and King T’aejo’s Seoul. Thesis Eleven, 148(1), pp. 52-76.

BALDACCHINO, J., 2017. Communities of Dance: Social Dancing in Malta. A Case study of Argentine Tango. In: V.A. CREMONA, ed, Capitalising on Culture? Malta and the European Capital of Culture. Malta: University of Malta, pp. 127.

BALDACCHINO, J., 2016. Visions or Hallucinations? Lacan on Mysticism and Psychosis Reconsidered: The Case of St George of Malta. British Journal of Psychotherapy, 32(3), pp. 392.

BALDACCHINO, J., 2014. In Sickness and in Love? Autumn in My Heart and the Embodiment of Morality in Korean Televition Drama. Korea Journal, 54(4), pp. 5-28.

BALDACCHINO, J., 2014. Contextualizing the secular public sphere: Religious ritual, festa and migrant identity in Malta and Australia. Ethnicities, 14(1), pp. 113-135.

BALDACCHINO, J., 2012. Markets of piety and pious markets: the Protestant ethic and the spirit of Korean capitalism. Social Compass, 59(3), pp. 367-385.

BALDACCHINO, J., 2011. The eidetic of belonging: Towards a phenomenological psychology of affect and ethno-national identity. Ethnicities, 11(1), pp. 80-106.

BALDACCHINO, J., 2011. Eidos and affect: A response to Hook, Sullivan, Dixon and Condor. Ethnicities, 11(1), pp. 131-135.

BALDACCHINO, J., 2011. Miracles in the waiting room of modernity: The canonisation of Dun Gorg of Malta. Australian Journal of Anthropology, 22(1), pp. 104-124.

BALDACCHINO, J. and KAHN, J.S., 2011. Believing in a secular age: Anthropology, sociology and religious experience1. Australian Journal of Anthropology, 22(1), pp. 1-13.

BALDACCHINO, J., 2010. The Evil Eye (ghajn) in Malta: Grappling with Skinner's pigeons and rehabilitating lame ducks. The Australian Journal of Anthropology, 21(2), pp. 188-207.

BALDACCHINO, J., 2009. Dreams in Child Analysis: Winnicott's Piggle and Dreams as Symptoms in a Lacanian Clinic. Analysis, (15), pp. 99.

BALDACCHINO, J., 2009. In Memory of Claude-'Le Triste Anthropologue. Analysis, 15, pp. 185.

BALDACCHINO, J., 2008. Eros and Modernity: Convulsions of the Heart in Modern Korea. Asian Studies Review, 32(1), pp. 99.

  • ANT1045 - Anthropology of Music and Dance
  • ANT2008 - Ethnographic Research Strategies
  • ANT2049 - Culture and Society in Contemporary Korea and Japan
  • ANT3023 - Anthropological Perspectives on Human Rights
  • ANT3033 - Current Issues in Cultural and Social Anthropology: Synoptic Revisions
  • ANT3035 - Special Topic in Anthropology
  • ANT3064 - Psychoanalysis and Anthropology
  • ARC2018 - Research Methods for Undergraduate Dissertations
  • DOC6028 - Getting Published: The Journal Article (Social and Behavioural Sciences)
  • SOC5012 - Principles of Research Design