Dr. John Page is a Professor of Law in the Faculty of Business, Law and Arts. He is a scholar of property law and critical property theory. His research interests include the nature of property rights in public lands and public resources; property in diverse contexts; geographic, historic, and contemporary; and the intersection of property, place, and the environment.
John is a Managing Editor of Legalities: The Australian and New Zealand Journal of Law & Society, an Editor of the Journal of Law, Property and Society (New York, USA), and sits on the Editorial Advisory Board of Polemos: Journal of Law, Literature and Culture.
John's research interests focus on property plurality, and comparative, historic and inter-disciplinary perspectives on property. He has published internationally and within Australia on topics ranging from the nature of property rights in public resources, the intersection of property and the environment, public property theory, modern common property, and property's relationship to place and community.
His current research focuses on a theorisation of public property in land.