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 591 elected Fellows (including 20 overseas Fellows and 17 Honorary Fellows) of the Academy of the Social Sciences in Australia

Displaying all Fellows match the following:

Political Science

Discipline

Specialisation

Panel

State

Year Elected

Political Science

Research policy, higher education policy, science and technology policy, Australian government and politics, survey research, political attitudes and behaviour, Australian history and society

Panel C

ACT

1975

Political Science

sexuality, AIDS, globalization, American political culture, social movements

Panel C

VIC

2000

Political Science

feminist political theory, policy theory, equity legislation, embodiment, citizenship

Panel C

SA

2000

Political Science

International Relations, Armed Conflict, United Nations, Peace Operations, Genocide and Mass Atrocities, Responsibility to Protect

Panel C

QLD

2010

Political Science

health, politics, Australia, trade, international

Panel C

NSW

1998

Political Science

Australian politics and public policy

Panel C

ACT

2015

Political Science

labour, social movements, protest, racism, Australia

Panel C

VIC

1999

Political Science

International relations, political economy, security studies, conflict analysis, Asia-Pacific, global governance.

Panel C

VIC

2002

Political Science

Gender and politics; women’s rights; public policy; international criminal court

Panel C

NSW

2016

Political Science

History, intellectual, social, political philosophy

Panel C

NSW

2001

Political Science

Governance studies, network governance, reform of public services, local economic development.

Panel C

VIC

2005

Political Science

cabinet ministers; freedom and rights; rational choice; political power

Panel C

ACT

2008

Political Science

democracy, environmental politics, political theory

Panel C

ACT

1997

Political Science

Environmental Politics, Climate Policy, Political Theory.

Panel C

VIC

2007

Political Science

Australian constitutional politics and judicial review citizenship and rights protection, including for Aboriginal people, federalism and intergovernmental relations business-government relations.

Panel C

VIC

1998

Political Science

Globalization, US, China, trade, investment

Panel C

Overseas

2011

Political Science

Russia, post-communism, politics, state, democratisation

Panel C

NSW

1994

Political Science

China, provinces, social, political, change

Panel C

NSW

2000

Political Science

Australian politics, electioneering, mass media, political parties, public opinion, voting behaviour

Panel C

NSW

2003

Political Science

Policy issues, Governance, Complex problems, Research impact, Sustainability

Panel C

QLD

2012

Political Science

Democratisation, labour politics, political change, SE Asian politics

Panel C

WA

2014

Political Science

Political Science, Political Theory, History of Political Thought, Electoral Studies, Enlightenment, Stoicism, Adam Smith, Voting

Panel C

SA

2011

Political Science

democracy, government, power, theory, liberalism

Panel C

ACT

1995

Political Science

Australian political history, biography, Gough Whitlam, Whitlam government, the dismissal of the Whitlam government

Panel C

VIC

2010

Political Science

corruption, Europe, democratisation, organised crime, political science

Panel C

VIC

1995

Political Science

History, Politics, India, Asia, Media.

Panel C

VIC

2002

Political Science

Australian politics, gender, sexuality, ethnicity, discourse, how governments manage social, economic and technological change.

Panel C

SA

2005

Political Science

Immigration and Ethnic Studies

Panel C

ACT

1989

Political Science

Political theory, moral philosophy, leadership, US foreign policy, international affairs

Panel C

QLD

2015

Political Science

Australian politics and public policy from the 1950s to the present day

Panel C

NSW

1997

Political Science

Development; Agrarian change; Wittgenstein; Social science;

Panel C

NSW

2006

Political Science

Land, resource, social impact, indigenous dispute processing, indigenous system of land tenure, role of indigenous people in national parks and tourism, policing and substance abuse, gender, identity, art, film, cultural studies, Australian Aboriginal eth

Panel C

VIC

2001

Political Science

Culture, Nationalism, Democracy, Normative International Theory, Pacific Islands Politics

Panel C

NSW

2008

Political Science

Political Science, Political Economy, International Relations, Southeast Asia, Asia-Pacific, Indonesia, History, Economics, Development

Panel C

VIC

2010

Political Science

democracy, political thought, religion and politics, constitutionalism

Panel C

NSW

1998

Political Science

Australian Political Culture, Aboriginal Politics, European Politics in the 1930s.

Panel C

VIC

1999

Political Science

political parties, elections, Australian politics, British politics, comparative politics

Panel C

ACT

1992

Political Science

Enivironment, public policy, business politics, government.

Panel C

SA

2001

Political Science

Democratic theory; political philosophy; constitutionalism; jurisprudence; leadership

Panel C

QLD

2016

Political Science

International Relations, International Law, International Ethics, International History, Social and Politcal Theory

Panel C

QLD

2008

Political Science

Political science, British government, comparative government, public administration, public policy.

Panel C

Overseas

2004

Political Science

Politics, modern history, political economy, international relations of the Middle East and Central Asia, the role of political Islam in the Middle East and Central Asia, Iran, Afghanistan

Panel C

ACT

2013

Political Science

liberalism, democratic representation, politics, women, policy.

Panel C

ACT

1996

Political Science

Political economy, urban studies, economic policy.

Panel C

NSW

2001

Political Science

pubic policy and global governance

Panel C

Overseas

2012

Political Science

International relations

Panel C

VIC

2015

Political Science

politics, leadership, intellectuals, history, biography

Panel C

VIC

1997

Political Science

governance, civil servants, cabinet, international organisations

Panel C

QLD

1996

Political Science

Political and social thought; public policy; public administration; institutional design

Panel C

NSW

2001

Contact Information

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