School Research

The School of Humanities and Social Sciences undertakes outstanding research in diverse fields.

There is a thriving research culture in the School of Humanities and Social Sciences, with staff actively engaged in high quality journals and with well-regarded book publishers.

School of Humanities and Social Sciences

Publications

The School has a strong record of success in research grants and external consultancies, with significant collaborations with NGOs, industry, and major international partners. The School has research expertise in many diverse areas, including: state, national and regional politics and policy issues; international relations; democracy and democratisation; European philosophy and psychoanalysis; humanitarian assistance and community development; Australian national identity and history; changing forms of policing and security in Australia and overseas; Cultural Heritage; and Religion and Society.

Academics in the School welcome enquiries from the media, publishers and prospective research students. See further the individual webpages of each of the School Staff.

Jack Reynolds 

Professor Jack Reynolds
Associate Head of School (Research)

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