Dr Scott Burchill

STAFF PROFILE

Position

Senior Lecturer In International Relations

Faculty

Faculty of Arts and Education

Department

SHSS Arts & Ed

Campus

Melbourne Burwood Campus

Qualifications

Bachelor of Arts, Monash University, 1983
Diploma of Education, Monash University, 1984
Master of Arts, Monash University, 1992
Doctor of Philosophy, Deakin University, 2004

Contact

Research interests

International Relations theory
International Political Economy
Australian Foreign Policy

Teaching interests

AIR108, AIR234/334, AIR724

Bachelor of International Studies

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Publications

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2014

Theory and Australian foreign policy

Dr Scott Burchill, Martin Griffiths

(2014), pp. 3-18, Australian foreign policy: controversies and debates, South Melbourne, Vic., B1

chapter
2013

Introduction

Dr Scott Burchill, Andrew Linklater

(2013), pp. 1-31, Theories of international relations, Houndmills, England, B1-1

chapter
2009

Introduction : In Theories of international relations

Dr Scott Burchill, Andrew Linklater

(2009), pp. 1-30, Theories of International Relations, Basingstoke, England, B1

chapter

Liberalism

Dr Scott Burchill

(2009), pp. 57-85, Theories of international relations, Basingstoke, England, B1

chapter
2008

The World Economy : Globalisation and Crises

Dr Scott Burchill

(2008), pp. 187-201, Global Crises and Risks, South Melbourne, Vic., B1-1

chapter

US Foreign Policy under George W. Bush

Dr Scott Burchill

(2008), pp. 3-18, Global Crises and Risks, South Melbourne, Vic., B1-1

chapter
2007

Marxism

Dr Scott Burchill

(2007), pp. 64-74, Introduction to international relations: Australian perspectives, Port Melbourne, Vic., B1

chapter
2006

The Israel-Palestine conflict since 9/11

Dr Scott Burchill

(2006), pp. 123-133, Australia and the Middle East : a front-line relationship, London, England, B1

chapter

Avoiding the cause : Australia and political persecution in West Papua

Dr Scott Burchill

(2006), pp. -, Human Rights 2006: The Year in Review Conference, Clayton, Vic., E1-1

conference
2005

The national interest in international relations theory

Dr Scott Burchill

(2005), Houndmills, England, A1

book
2001

Absolving the dictator

Dr Scott Burchill

(2001), Vol. 73, pp. 24-29, A Q, Balmain, NSW, C1-1

journal

Grants

Industry and Other Funding

Development of new knowledge in the fields of International Relations, Global Security and Peace.

Dr Scott Burchill

  • 2007: $12,500
  • 2006: $25,000

Supervisions

Principal Supervisor
2016

Vincenzo Scappatura

Thesis entitled: The Australia-United States Alliance and the Management of Elite Opinion

Doctor of Philosophy, School of Humanities and Social Sciences

2005

Daniel Howarth Flitton

Thesis entitled: Assessing the Legitimacy of Human Intervention, Purpose, Authority and Means

Master of Arts, School of International and Political Studies

2001

Bruce Maxwell Hoyle

Thesis entitled: Australia and East Timor: Elitism, Pragmatism and the National Interest

Master of Arts, School of Australian & International Studies

Associate Supervisor
2013

Suzanne Elizabeth Keene

Thesis entitled: Beyond Reaction: The Responsiblity to Protect and the United Nations

Doctor of Philosophy, School of Humanities and Social Sciences

Julian Spencer Roche

Thesis entitled: World Bank, UNCTAD and FAO Policy towards Agricultural Risk Management

Doctor of Philosophy, School of Humanities and Social Sciences

Say Sok

Thesis entitled: State building in Cambodia

Doctor of Philosophy, School of Humanities and Social Sciences

2009

Terry Russell

Thesis entitled: Institution Building Problems in East Timor, 1999-2002

Doctor of Philosophy, School of International and Political Studies

2003

Alan Jenkins

Thesis entitled: Treaties as Tools of Foreign Policy: A Psychological Insight

Master of Arts, School of Social & International Studies