Fellows List

The Academy of the Social Sciences in Australia (ASSA) is an independent, interdisciplinary body of elected Fellows. Fellowship of the Academy of Social Sciences (FASSA) is an honour conferred for scholarly distinction in research or the advancement of social sciences.

The Academy has also made provision for the nomination of Honorary Fellows to the Academy aimed at honoring individuals who are recognized for their exemplary achievements but not necessarily in academia.

There are 634 elected Fellows (including 19 overseas Fellows and 16 Honorary Fellows) of the Academy of the Social Sciences in Australia

Displaying all Fellows match the following:

Surname w

Discipline

Specialisation

Panel

State

Year Elected

Psychology

Eating disorders, anorexia nervosa, bulimia nervosa, prevention, treatment

Panel D

SA

2015

Sociology

gender, organisations, management and digital technology

Panel A

Overseas

1997

Sociology

Science studies, life sciences, biopolitics, medical sociology

Panel A

ACT

2010

History

Australian representations of Asia, history of books, publishing and reading in Australia.

Panel C

VIC

2001

Economics

economics, health systems, financial systems

Panel B

SA

1978

Law

law, reform, IVF, bioethics, regulation

Panel C

VIC

1977

Geography

leisure, recreation, tourism, social well-being, community, regional development, quality of life, planning, futurology

Panel A

NSW

1994

Political Science

politics, leadership, intellectuals, history, biography

Panel C

VIC

1997

Geography

Pacific Islands, Human Geography, population, land tenure.

Panel A

ACT

1971

History

Rural history; Popular culture; Land settlement policy; Cultural transmissions; History of liberty;

Panel C

NSW

2006

Sociology

globalisation, postmodernity, inequality, class, post-industrialism

Panel A

TAS

1997

Education

Statistics Education, Mathematics Education, Professional Development of Teachers, Assessment, Cognitive Development

Panel D

TAS

2007

Law

Crime Statistics; Drug law enforcement; Juvenile delinquency; Sentencing; Crime Prevention.

Panel C

NSW

2006

Geography

industry, restructuring, development studies, China, labour

Panel A

VIC

1990

Accounting

Information systems, conceptual modelling, computer control and audit, information systems management, research methods.

Panel B

QLD

2002

Economics

Innovation; knowledge economics; firm performance

Panel B

VIC

2017

Political Science

Governance, civil servants, cabinet, international organisations

Panel C

QLD

1996

Accounting

management, accounting, telecommunications, on-line education

Panel B

NSW

1984

Psychology

Experimental Psychology, learning, memory, neural mechanisms, cellular processes.

Panel D

NSW

2002

History

Russian and East European Economic and Social History; Demographic history of periods of crisis; Comparative History of Famines.

Panel C

VIC

2005

Psychology

Educational psychology; Special education; Low-progress readers; Reading assessment; Classroom behaviour management.

Panel D

NSW

2006

Education

science education, metacognition, research methods

Panel D

VIC

1989

Sociology

Criminology, youth studies, green criminology, juvenile justice, offender rehabilitation

Panel A

TAS

2014

Linguistics

semantic primes, universal human concepts, universal grammar, cultural scripts, cultural key words, human universals, Australian English, Australian Culture

Panel A

ACT

1996

Anthropology

Aboriginal land and sea tenure, Aboriginal resource management, Customary law

Panel A

QLD

1997

Economics

performance indicators for universities, economics of education, federal-state finance

Panel B

VIC

1987

Law

Teaching and researching in the field of Public Law; Constitutional Law Reform, Charters of Right and Human Rights Law, the High Court of Australia, Comparative Public Law, Electoral Law, Federalism and Anti-Terror Law

Panel C

NSW

2013

Economics

applied economics and public policy

Panel B

ACT

1988

History

Modern Chinese history, international history, international relations.

Panel C

NSW

2001

Management

Applied psychology; Learning; Problem solving; Simulation; Motivation.

Panel A

VIC

2006

Economics

Labour economics, Industrial Relations, Panel survey methods and statistics, Australian labour market, Longitudinal surveys

Panel B

VIC

2010

Economics

International trade, econometrics, welfare, trade policy, retirement.

Panel B

NSW

1985

History

Australia, British Empire, Gender, Race, Colonialism, political and cultural history, biography.

Panel C

ACT

2006

Contact Information

Academy of the Social Sciences in Australia

    ABN: 59 957 839 703
  • Location: 26 Balmain Crescent, Acton, ACT 2601
  • Postal: GPO Box 1956, Canberra, ACT 2601
  • +61 .2 62491788
  • +61 .2 62474335
  • secretariat@assa.edu.au

Quick Links