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Dr. Peter Haeusler
|Area||School of Humanities and Social Sciences|
|Phone||+61 3 924 46756|
|Location||Burwood (Room D/3.15)|
|Role and profile||
Peter Haeusler has previously taught in Australian politics, political economy and politics and the media at Monash University and currently lectures in Australian politics, power relations and the state, and policy studies with Deakin University. His major research interests include: - the impact of globalisation on political institutions and practices in Australia; the reshaping of Australian public culture (with particular emphasis on the role of intellectuals); and, the ways in which various sections of society are employing new communications technologies in achieving their political goals. He has recently completed his PhD, ‘Recovering Australia’s Political Traditions’, exploring the role of those specialising in producing, debating and disseminating ideas (loosely, the intelligentsia) in shaping Australian public culture. He has both published and given papers in this area.
Before coming to academia Peter worked in the public sector with various Federal Government departments including Civil Aviation, Transport and Employment and Industrial Relations over a period of some ten years.
Areas of Supervision
|Teaching responsibilities||Master of Politics and Policy|
|Research link||View Deakin associated research data|