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 655 elected Fellows (including 27 overseas Fellows and 16 Honorary Fellows) of the Academy of the Social Sciences in Australia.
Displaying all Fellows match the following: 2013
History of Science and Medicine, Australian History, History of Racial Thought, Asian Studies, Postcolonial Studies
Educational Policy, Administration and Leadership; Sociology of Education; Education, Feminism, Leadership, Organisational change, Globalisation
Anthropology, History, Literature, Aboriginal Australia, race relations, Indigenous governance, cultural revivalism
Environmental Policy, Disaster Management, Climate Adaptation, Natural Resource Management
Applied econometrics, Macroeconomics, Financial econometrics
Australian History, Criminology, Socio-legal Studies, Legal History, Irish History, Policing, Punishment
Economics (environment, resources and energy); Economics; Water; Fisheries; Resources; Environment;
Social psychology, personality, classification, stigma, mental disorders
Psychology and Cognitive Sciences, Biological Psychology, Neurobiology of Schizophrenia, Animal models of Schizophrenia, Cognitive control deficits in ageing and psychosis, Cognitive deficits following drug overdose
Psychology, Perception, Face Perception, Visual Adaptation and Aftereffects, Visual Cognition
Marketing, Strategy, Models of consumer behaviour, Industry practice
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
Population Geography, Indigenous Studies, Demography, Public Policy; Applied Demography, Indigenous Policy, Social Indicators; Fourth World; Development Studies
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