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A/Prof. Sally Totman Marshall

STAFF PROFILE

Position

Associate Professor of Middle East Studies

Faculty

Faculty of Arts and Education

Department

SHSS Arts & Education

Campus

Melbourne Burwood Campus

Contact

Biography

Associate Professor Sally Totman Marshall joined Deakin in February 2007 having taught Middle East politics, International Relations, and Australian foreign policy at Macquarie University for over 9 years. She is an expert on the history, politics and international relations of the Middle East and North Africa.  She provides analysis on a wide range of issues relating to the region for various radio and television programs.

A/Prof. Totman Marshall is currently Chair of the Faculty of Arts and Education Academic Progress and Integrity Committee (since January 2011); Deputy Chair of the Student Conduct Committee, Faculty of Arts and Education (since September 2019);  Convenor of International Relations (since January 2013); and Convenor of Middle East Studies (since February 2007).

A/Prof. Totman Marshall has held various leadership roles at Deakin including: Deputy Head of School; Associate Head of School (Teaching Learning); Associate Head of School (Academic Programs);  Honours Coordinator for Middle East Studies; and Melbourne Campus Chair for the Faculty of Arts and Education Academic Progress and Integrity Committee.

Professor Fethi Mansouri and Associate Professor Totman Marshall co-founded the Middle East Studies Forum in 2007.

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Affiliations

Middle East Studies Forum (co-founder)
Gulf/2000 Project, Columbia University
Australian Institute of International Affairs (AIIA)
 

Teaching interests

Middle East Studies: History, Politics and International Relations.

Units taught

Sally is Unit Chair for:
AIE153 - History of the Middle East (T1)
AIE154 - Understanding Middle East Politics (T2)

AAI018 - Academic Integrity (T1 T2 T3)

Sally co-teaches:
AIE255 - Critical Issues in Middle East Politics (T1)
AIE364 - The Arab-Israeli Conflict (T2)

AIE365 - Middle East Study Tour  (T3)

Middle East Major Sequence Information

Publications

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2020

Teaching about terrorism through simulations

Matthew Hardy, Sally Totman Marshall

(2020), pp. 234-256, Teaching, learning, and leading with computer simulations, Hershey, Pa., B1

book chapter
2017

The emergence of the 'super-celebrity activist': George Clooney and Angelina Jolie

S Totman Marshall

(2017), pp. 21-31, Becoming brands: celebrity, activism and politics, Toronto, Ont., B1

book chapter

Teaching an old game new tricks : long-term feedback on a re-designed online role play

M Hardy, S Totman

(2017), Vol. 48, pp. 1260-1272, British journal of educational technology, Chichester, Eng., C1

journal article

The long game: five years of simulating the Middle East

M Hardy, S Totman

(2017), Vol. 33, pp. 38-52, Australasian journal of educational technology, Brisbane, Qld., C1

journal article
2016

The presidential persona paradox of Barack Obama : man of peace or war president?

S Totman Marshall, M Hardy

(2016), Vol. 2, pp. 80-89, Persona studies, Burwood, Vic., C1

journal article
2015

When good dictators go bad: examining the 'transformation' of Colonel Gaddafi

S Totman, M Hardy

(2015), Vol. 10, pp. 1-6, International journal of interdisciplinary global studies, Champaign, Il., C1

journal article

Real/reel politics and popular culture

S Totman Marshall, P Marshall

(2015), Vol. 6, pp. 603-606, Celebrity studies, London, Eng., C1

journal article
2014

The charismatic persona of Colonel Qaddafi

S Totman, M Hardy

(2014), Vol. 17, pp. 1-1, M/C journal : a journal of media and culture, Brisbane, Qld., C1

journal article
2013

Using an online simulation to address equity issues for off-campus students

M Hardy, S Totman

(2013), pp. 139-153, Outlooks and Opportunities in Blended and Distance Learning, B1

book chapter
2012

From dictatorship to democracy : simulating the politics of the middle east

M Hardy, S Totman

(2012), pp. 189-206, Simulation, games and role play in university education, Faringdon, England, B1

book chapter
2011

Should we teach an old game new tricks?

M Hardy, S Totman

(2011), pp. 562-570, ascilite 2011 : Changing demands, changing directions : Proceedings of the Australian Society for Computers in Learning in Tertiary Education Conference, Hobart, Tas., E1

conference
2009

How hollywood projects foreign policy

S Totman

(2009), pp. 1-226, How Hollywood Projects Foreign Policy, A1

book

In the green zone : 40 years with Colonel Qaddafi

S Totman, M Hardy

(2009), pp. 1-19, APSA 2009 : proceedings of the APSA annual conference 2009, Sydney, N.S.W., E1

conference
2008

The west and the rest

S Totman

(2008), pp. 19-38, Global crises and risks, South Melbourne, Vic., B1

book chapter

The rise and decline of Libya as a rogue state

S Totman, M Hardy

(2008), pp. 1-25, OCIS 2008 : Oceanic Conference on International Studies, Brisbane, Qld., E1

conference

Funded Projects at Deakin

No Funded Projects at Deakin found

Supervisions

Associate Supervisor
2019

Sayed Fadlullah Fadel

Thesis entitled: The Military and Egypt's Failed Democratisation: A Qualitative Content Analysis of Media Coverage

Doctor of Philosophy, School of Humanities and Social Sciences

2013

Saleem F Gaithom Aljebori

Thesis entitled: The European Union's Foreign Policy towards Iraq during 2001-2009

Doctor of Philosophy, School of Humanities and Social Sciences