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Christian Reus-Smit


1 September 2010


ACADEMIC BIOGRAPHY


Chris Reus Smit is Professor of International Relations at the European University Institute in Florence. He received his PhD from Cornell University in 1995, and has been awarded fellowships and grants by the Macarthur Foundation, the Mellon Foundation, the Rockefeller Foundation, the Australian Research Council, the European University Institute in Florence, the Social Science Research Council in New York, and the British Academy. He is the author of American Power and World Order (Polity 2004) and The Moral Purpose of the State (Princeton 1999) co-author of Theories of International Relations (Macmillan/Palgrave 2001, 2005, 2008); editor of The Politics of International Law (Cambridge 2004); and co-editor of The Oxford Handbook of International Relations (Oxford 2008), Resolving International Crises of Legitimacy (Special issue of International Politics 2007), and Between Sovereignty and Global Governance (Macmillan 1998). His articles have appeared in a wide range of journals---including International Organization, European Journal of International Relations, Review of International Studies, and Millennium---and his work has been awarded both the Northedge Prize (1992) and the BISA Prize (2002). Professor Reus-Smit edits (with Nicholas Wheeler) the Cambridge Studies in International Relations books series. In 2006 the Australian National University’s undergraduate and graduate students chose Professor Reus-Smit to deliver the annual ‘Last Lecture’ in the Great Hall of University House, and in 2007 he won the ‘Award for Teaching Excellence’ in the ANU’s College of Asia and the Pacific. Professor Reus-Smit was Head of the Department of International Relations at the ANU from 2001 to 2010, and was elected a Fellow of the Australian Academy of the Social Sciences in 2008.


PERSONAL DETAILS


Current Position: Professor of International Relations


Department of Political and Social Sciences

European University Institute

Florence, Italy.

Citizenship: Australian


Date of Birth: 8 August 1961


UNIVERSITY EDUCATION


Ph.D 1995 Department of Government, Cornell University


MA 1993 Department of Government, Cornell University

MA(Research) 1988 Department of Politics, La Trobe University

Dip.Ed. 1983 Education Faculty, University of Melbourne


BA(Hons) 1982 Department of Politics, La Trobe University

RESEARCH FIELDS


International relations theory, institutional theory, international law, international organization, the United Nations, international history, culture and international relations, international ethics and human rights.


AWARDS AND HONOURS


2008 Elected a Fellow of the Academy of the Social Sciences in Australia.


2008 Nominated for the Vice-Chancellor’s Award for Excellence in Supervision


2007 Winner, Inaugural Award for Teaching Excellence, College of Asia and the Pacific, Australian National University

2006 Elected by the ANU student community as the outstanding lecturer for 2006 and given the honour of delivering the inaugural ‘Last Lecture’, a lecture to celebrate the end of the academic teaching year, held in the Great Hall of University House, delivered before the assembled University community


2002 Appointed to the national Foreign Affairs Council by the Minister for Foreign Affairs, Alexander Downer.


2001 Winner of the BISA Prize, awarded by the British International Studies Association for the best article published in the Review of International Studies in 2001. The Prize was awarded for ‘Human Rights and the Social Construction of Sovereignty’, published as the lead article in Volume 27, Number 4 of Review.


1995 Nominated by Cornell University for the American Political Studies Association’s ‘Helen Dwight Reid Award’ for the best doctoral dissertation in the field of international relations, law, and politics completed in the United States.

1992 Winner of the F. S. Northedge Prize, awarded by the British journal of international studies, Millennium. Published as the lead article in Millennium (Spring 1992). See publications below.


FELLOWSHIPS (Dates are for period of tenure, or proposed tenure)


2008-2009 Fernand Braudel Senior Fellowship, European University Institute, Florence.


2000-2005 Australian Research Council, Australian Research Fellowship (Awarded, but declined to accept continuing Senior Fellowship at ANU)


1995-1997 Australian Research Council Postdoctoral Fellowship (Awarded, but declined to accept continuing Lectureship at Monash University)


1995 Mellon Foundation Fellowship (Awarded, but declined to accept continuing Lectureship at Monash University)


1993-1994 SSRC-MacArthur Foundation Fellowship on Peace and Security in a Changing World


1992 Mellon Foundation Fellowship


1991 Walter S. Carpenter Graduate Fellowship in International Studies


1990-1991 Peace Studies Tuition Fellowship, Cornell University


GRANTS


2005 Rockefeller Foundation, Bellagio Conference Grant (with Professor Ian Clark)


2005 British Academy, $60,000 (with Professor Ian Clark)

2002 Australian Research Council, Discovery Grant, $173,000


2000 Conference Grant, Department of International Relations, Australian National University, $25,000. Jointly awarded with Paul Keal.


1998 Australian Research Council Small Grant $6000


1997 Monash University Travel Grant $1000


1996 John D. and Catherine T. MacArthur Foundation Grant $10,000

Awarded by the Committee for International Peace and Security, Social Science Research Council, New York. One of only two grants awarded by the Committee in 1996.


1996 Australian Research Council Small Grant $10,000


1996 Monash University Special Research Grant $6000


1995 Monash Faculty of Arts Research Assistance Grant $2000


1985 La Trobe University School of Social Science Research Grant

PUBLICATIONS


Single Authored Books


2004 American Power and Global Order (Cambridge: Polity Press). Published in the Themes for the Twenty-First Century series.


* Translated into Korean


1999 The Moral Purpose of the State: Culture, Social Identity, and Institutional Rationality in International Relations (Princeton: Princeton University Press, 1999). Published in the Princeton Studies in International History and Politics series, edited by Jack Snyder and Richard Ullman.


* New paperback edition published in 2009.


Single Authored Books Forthcoming


2011 Individual Rights and the Making of the International System (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, Forthcoming).


Jointly-Authored Books


2008 Theories of International Relations: Fourth Edition (London: Macmillan/Palgrave, 2008). Co-authored with Scott Burchill, Andrew Linklater, Richard Devetak, Jack Donnelly, Terry Nardin, Matthew Paterson, and Jacquie True.


2005 Theories of International Relations: Third Edition (London: Macmillan/Palgrave, 2005). Co-authored with Scott Burchill, Andrew Linklater, Richard Devetak, Jack Donnelly, Matthew Paterson, and Jacquie True.


* Translated into Turkish


2001 Theories of International Relations: Second Edition (London: Macmillan/Palgrave, 2001). Co-authored with Scott Burchill, Richard Devetak, Andrew Linklater, Matthew Paterson, and Jacqui True.


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Jointly-Authored Books Forthcoming


2011 Special Responsibilities: The United States and Global Change (Forthcoming, Cambridge University Press). Co-authored with Mlada Bukovansky, Ian Clark, Robyn Eckersley, Richard Price, and Nicholas Wheeler.


Edited Books

2008 The Oxford Handbook of International Relations (Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2008). Co-edited with Duncan Snidal.


2007 Resolving International Crises of Legitimacy (Special of International Politics. Vol.44, No.2/3, March/May 2007), co-edited with Ian Clark.


  1. 2004 The Politics of International Law (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press). Published in the Cambridge Studies in International Relations series.

* Translated into Macedonian


1998 Between Sovereignty and Global Governance: State, Civil Society, and the United Nations (London: Macmillan). Senior Editor, jointly edited with Tony Jarvis and Albert Paolini.


Non-Commercial Book


1996 The United Nations: Between Sovereignty and Global Governance, Official Report on the International Conference held at La Trobe University 2-6 July 1995 (Melbourne: Department of Politics, La Trobe University), 85pp. Jointly written with Heather Rae.


Monographs

2002 Lost at Sea: Australia in the Turbulence of World Politics (Working Paper 2002/4, Department of International Relations, Canberra), 31pp.


2002 Obligation and the Political Authority of International Law (Working Paper 2002/2, Department of International Relations, Canberra), 46pp.


2001 The Day the World Changed? Terrorism and World Order (Keynote 01, Department of International Relations, Canberra). Co-authored with Stuart Harris, William Maley, Richard Price, and Amin Saikal.


1996 The Constructivist Turn: Critical Theory after the Cold War (Working Paper 1996/4, Department of International Relations, Canberra).


1995 Beyond Foreign Policy: Constructivism, the State, and the Changing Global Order (Working Paper 13, Centre for International Relations, Monash University).


Journal and Series Editing


2007- Member, Editorial Board, International Theory.


2006- Series Editor, with Nicholas Wheeler, of the Cambridge Studies in International Relations books series.


2006- Member, International Advisory Boards, of journals Political Studies, and Political Studies Review.


2004-- Associate Editor of International Politics, edited by Professor Michael Cox, London School of Economics.


2003- Member, Editorial Board, Studies in Asian Security book series, published by Stanford University Press.


2001–2005 Series Editor, Keynotes. Published by the Department of International Relations, RSPAS, ANU:


Keynote 06: The North Korean Nuclear Crisis

Keynote 05: The Challenge of UN Reform (November 2005).


Keynote 03: War with Iraq? (November 2002), pp.42.


Keynote 02: Refugees and the Myth of the Borderless World (March 2002), pp.49.


Keynote 01: The Day the World Changed? Terrorism and World Order (October 2001), pp.50.


2001 Convenor (with Gerry Simpson) of symposium on ‘The New Liberalism’ in The European Journal of International Law (Vol.12, Nos.2,3,4).


1988-90 Founding editor of the international refereed journal Global Change, Peace and Security (formerly Pacifica Review and Interdisciplinary Peace Research. The journal is now in its twenty-first year of publication.


Articles in refereed journals


2011 'Obligation through Practice', International Theory (Vol.4, Forthcoming).


2011 ‘Struggles for Individual Rights and the Expansion of the International System’, International Organization (Vol.65, No.2, In press).


2008 ‘Reuniting Ethics and Social Science in International Relations’, Ethics and International Affairs (Vol.22, No.3). With Duncan Snidal.


2008 ‘Reading History Through Constructivist Eyes’, Millennium: Journal of International Studies (Vol.37, No.2,), pp.395-414.


2007 ‘International Crises of Legitimacy’, International Politics (Vol. 44, No.2/3, March/May 2007).


2005 ‘Liberal Hierarchy and the License to Use Force’, Review of International Studies (Vol.31, December 2005, Special Issue).


2003 ‘The Misleading Mystique of America’s Material Power’, Australian Journal of International Affairs (Vol.57, No.4), 3000 words.


2003 ‘Politics and International Legal Obligation’, European Journal of International Relations (Vol.9, No.4), 16,000 words.


2002 ‘Imagining Society: Constructivism and the English School,’ British Journal of Politics and International Relations (Vol.4, No.3), pp.487-509.


2001 ‘Human Rights and the Social Construction of Sovereignty,’ Review of International Studies (Vol.27, No.4), pp.519-538.


* Winner of the BISA Prize, awarded by the British International Studies Association for the best article published in Review in 2001.


2001 ‘The Strange Death of Liberal International Theory,’ European Journal of International Law (Vol.12, No.3), pp.573-593.


2000 ‘In Dialogue on the Ethic of Coexistence: A Reply to Shapcott’, Pacifica Review (Vol.12, No.3, September 2000), pp.305-308.


1998 ‘Dangerous Liaisons? Critical International Theory and Constructivism,’ European Journal of International Relations (Vol.4, No.3), pp.259-294. Co-authored with Richard Price.


1997 ‘The Constitutional Structure of International Society and the Nature of Fundamental Institutions,’ International Organization (Vol.51, No.4, Fall 1997), pp.555-591.


1992 ‘Realist and Resistance Utopias: Community, Security, and Political Action in the New Europe,’ Millennium: Journal of International Studies (Vol.21, No.1, Spring 1992), pp.1-28.


* Winner of the 1992 Northedge Prize.


1989 ‘Arms Control, Nuclear Strategy and Australian Foreign Policy: The Fraser Years,’ Interdisciplinary Peace Research (Vol.1, No.2, 1989), pp.57-73.


Book chapters

2009 ‘On Rights and Institutions’, in Charles Beitz and Robert Goodin (eds), Global Basic Rights (Oxford: Oxford University Press).


2008 ‘Constructivism and the English School’, in Cornelia Navari (ed.), English School Methods (London: Routledge). This is a modified and updated version of my 2002 article, ‘Imagining Society: Constructivism and the English School’.


2008 ‘Between Utopianism and Realism: The Practical Discourses of International Relations’, in Christian Reus-Smit and Duncan Snidal (eds), The Oxford Handbook of International Relations (Oxford: Oxford University Press). Co-authored with Duncan Snidal. 15,000 words.


2008 ‘Constructivism and the Structure of Ethical Reasoning’, in Richard Price (ed.), Moral Limit and Possibility in World Politics (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press).


2006 ‘Factors Affecting Peace and Security,’ in Jack McCaffrie (ed.) Positioning Navies for the Future (Sydney: Halstead Press), pp.26-32.


2005 ‘Liberal Hierarchy and the License to Use Force’, in David Armstrong and Theo Farrell (eds), Legitimacy and Force (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press). Reprint of article of same title.


2005 ‘Constructivism’, in Scott Burchill et. al., Theories of International Relations (London: Macmillan, 2005 Third Edition).


2005 ‘International Law’, in John Baylis and Steve Smith (eds), Globalization and World Politics (Oxford: Oxford University Press), 9,000 words.


2004 ‘The Constructivist Challenge after September 11’, in Alex Bellamy (ed.), International Society and Its Critics (Oxford: Oxford University Press), 8,000 words.


2004 ‘Society, Power, and Ethics’, in Christian Reus-Smit (ed.), The Politics of International Law (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, In Press).


2004 ‘The Politics of International Law’, in Christian Reus-Smit (ed.), The Politics of International Law (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, In Press).


2003 ‘International Relations’, The Cambridge Handbook of the Social Sciences in Australia (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press), 7,000 words.


2002 ‘The Idea of History and History With Ideas: Toward a Constructivist Historical Sociology of International Relations,’ in John Hobson and Steve Hobdon (eds), Historical Sociology of International Relations. (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press), pp.120-140.


2001 ‘Constructivism,’ in Scott Burchill et. al., Theories of International Relations (London: Macmillan, 2001 Second Edition), pp.209-230.


1998 ‘Changing Patterns of Governance: From Absolutism to Global Multilateralism,’ in Albert Paolini, Anthony Jarvis, and Christian Reus-Smit (eds), Between Sovereignty and Global Governance: State, Civil Society, and the United Nations (New York: Macmillan).


1996 ‘Beyond Foreign Policy: The State, and the Changing Global Order,’ in Paul James (ed.), The State in Question: Modernity, Postmodernity, and the Transformation of the Australian State (Sydney: Allen and Unwin).


1996 ‘The Normative Structure of International Society and the Justice of International Environmental Accords,’ in Fen Hampson and Judith Reppy (eds), Social Justice and Global Environmental Change (Ithaca: Cornell University Press).


Non-Refereed Articles


2004 ‘Editor’s Introduction’, The Challenge of UN Reform (Keynote 05, Department of International Relations ANU, November 2004).


2004 ‘A Reply to My Critics’, Global Change, Peace, and Security (Vol.16, No.3), pp.251-254.


2004 ‘The Risk for Australia in Howard’s Way’, The Age, 14 May 2004.


2004 ‘Blurred Vision a Symptom of Unipolar Disorder’, The Sydney Morning Herald, 14 May 2004.


2003 ‘US Grand Strategy and the Implications for Australia’, Keynote address presented to the CDSS conference on US Grand Strategy and the Implications for Alliances, August 2003. Published on http://www.defence.gov.au/adc/cdss_Home.htm


2002 ‘It will be a dangerous game when all nations can strike first’, Sydney Morning Herald, 2 December, Opinion article.


2002 ‘Editor’s Introduction’, War with Iraq? (Keynote 03, Department of International Relations ANU, November 2002).


2002 ‘Editor’s Introduction’, Refugees and the Myth of the Borderless World (Keynote 02, Department of International Relations ANU, March 2002).

2002 ‘The Question of Institutions’,Australian Strategic Policy Institute.


2001 ‘The Day the World Changed?’, Dissent (December 2001).


1999 ‘Kosovo and the Left,’ Arena Magazine (October 1999). Co-authored with Peter Christoff.


1999 ‘Kosovo: How to Act?,’ Arena Magazine (June 1999).


1999 ‘The New State of Nations,’ The Age, 26 May, p.17. Major opinion piece.


1995 ‘Realpolitik and the Bosnian Peace,’ Arena Magazine (No.20, December 1995), pp.37-38.


1994 ‘Editors' Introduction,’ with Anthony Jarvis and Albert Paolini, Pacifica Review (Vol.6, No.1, 1994), pp.1-2.


1989 ‘Editor's Introduction,’ Interdisciplinary Peace Research (Vol.1, No.1, 1989), pp.3-6.


1983 ‘Australia's Nuclear Safeguards Policy: Pragmatic Fantasy,’ Peace Studies (Vol.2, No.9, 1983).


Non-Commercial Book Chapters


2000 ‘International Law’, in Heather Rae, Order and Justice in World Politics: A Study Guide (Geelong: Deakin University), pp.27-41.


2000 ‘Multilateralism’, in Heather Rae, Order and Justice in World Politics: A Study Guide (Geelong: Deakin University), pp.41-53.


Book Reviews


2004 Review of Coral Bell, A World Out of Balance (Double Bay: Lougeure, 2004). In Policy (September 2004).


2002 Review of Daniel Philpott, Revolutions in Sovereignty: How Ideas Shaped Modern International Relations (Princeton: Princeton University Press, 2001). In American Political Science Review. 1000 words.


1999 Review of Andrew Linklater, The Transformation of Political Community: Ethical Foundations of the Post-Westphalian Order in Australian Journal of International Affairs (Vol.53, No.3, November 1999), pp.332-333.


1998 Review of Rick Fawn and Jeremy Larkins (eds), International Society after the Cold War in Australian Journal of International Affairs (Vol.52, No.2, 1998), pp.205-206.


Research Theses and Dissertations


1995 Ph.D. Dissertation: ‘The Moral Purpose of the State: Social Identity, Legitimate Action, and the Construction of International Institutions,’ Department of Government, Cornell University


1988 MA Thesis: ‘Sovereignty Versus Nuclear Alliance: Australian Foreign Policy and American Nuclear Strategy,’ Department of Politics, La Trobe University


1982 Honours Thesis: ‘The Evolution of Australia’s Nuclear Safeguards Policy: 1977-1982,’ Department of Politics, La Trobe University


Conference Presentations and Keynote Addresses


2007 ‘Rights, Power, and the Making of the International System’. The Inaugural Hedley Bull Memorial Lecture, University of Sydney, May 2007.


2006 ‘Sources of Global Instability’. Keynote Address, Oceanic Conference on International Studies, University of Melbourne, July 2006.


2006 ‘International Crises of Legitimacy, Research Workshop Two on Resolving International Crises of Legitimacy, Bellagio Italy, May 2006.

2005 ‘International Crises of Legitimacy’, Research Workshop One on Resolving International Crises of Legitimacy, Canberra, July 2005.


2004 ‘Rights, Power, and International Societal Expansion’, Fifth Pan-European International Relations Conference, The Hague, September 2004.


2004 ‘American Power and World Order’, American Political Science Association Conference, Chicago, September 2004.


2004 ‘American Power and World Order’, National Institute Public Lecture, Canberra, May 2004.


2004 ‘Sources of Global Insecurity’. Keynote Address, National Sea Power Conference. Darling Harbour Sydney, February 2004.


2002 ‘The Challenge of Citizenship and Democracy in the New Global Security Order’. Opening keynote address at Democracy and Globalization conference, Perth, 3 November.


2002 ‘Models of Conflict in the Third Millennium’. Keynote address at the 2002 RAAF Aerospace Conference: Conflict, the State, and Aerospace Power, 28 May.


2002 ‘Citizenship, Democracy, and the Changing Global Order’. Keynote address at the 2002 Discovering Democracy National Forum, National Museum of Australia, 9 May


2002 ‘ASEAN-Australian Relations and the Changing Global Order’. Address to the ASEAN-Australian Relations Roundtable, Australian National University, 10 May 2002. Roundtable brought together ASEAN Ambassadors, policy-makers, and ANU scholars.


2000 ‘The Moral Purpose of the State and the Origins of Contractual International Law’, Presented at the Cornell University Law School, 4 September 2000.


‘The Strange Death of Liberal International Theory’. Presented at the International Relations and Comparative Politics Colloquium, Department of Government, Cornell University. 5 September 2000.


‘Non-State Actors, Communicative Action, Moral Progress Beyond Borders.’ Presented on the Grawemeyer Prize Panel, American Political Science Association, Washington, September 2000.


‘The Strange Death of Liberal International Theory.’ Presented at a research workshop on Liberalism and International Studies at the Australian National University, Canberra, Australia, June 2000.


‘The Idea of History and History With Ideas: Toward a Constructivist Historical Sociology of International Relations.’ Presented at the Department of International Relations, Australian National University, Canberra, Australia.


1999 ‘The Idea of History and History With Ideas: Toward a Constructivist Historical Sociology of International Relations.’ Presented at a research workshop on Historical Sociology and International Relations at the University of Wales, Aberystwyth, July 1999.


‘Sovereignty and Kosovo.’ Presented at a forum on the Nato Intervention in Kosovo at the University of Melbourne. May 1999.


Commentator at a research workshop on Metaphors of Our Time: Contending Images of World Politics at the Department of International Relations, Australian National University, April 1999.


‘Realethic: Political Ontology, Moral Action, and the Ethics of Intervention.’ Presented at a research workshop on The Ethics of International Intervention at the University of Melbourne, April 1999.


1998 ‘The Moral Purpose of the State and Basic Institutional Practices,’ Department of Government and Foreign Affairs, University of Virginia, December 1998.


‘The Moral Purpose of the State and Basic Institutional Practices,’ Department of Government, Dartmouth College, December 1998.


‘The Moral Purpose of the State and Basic Institutional Practices,’ Department of Political Science, University of Pennsylvania, December 1998.


‘The Myth of Westphalia: Ideas and Practices in the Construction of Territorial Sovereignty,’ Department of International Relations Seminar Series, Australian National University, April 1998.


‘Human Rights, Juridical Sovereignty, and Decolonization,’ Department of Politics Seminar Series, La Trobe University, April 1998.


1997 ‘The Moral Purpose of the State and Basic Institutional Practices,’ Department of International Relations Seminar Series, Australian National University, May 1997.


‘Catalysts of Change: Non-State Agency, International Norms, and Changing State Practices,’ International Studies Association Annual Conference, Toronto, April 1997.

‘The Constitutional Structure of International Society,’ Department of Political Science Seminar Series, University of Minnesota, April 1997.


‘Social Constructivism and Emancipation in International Theory,’ International Relations Theory Colloquium, Department of Political Science, University of Minnesota, April 1997. Jointly presented with Richard Price.


1996 ‘Systemic Regimes and the Constitution of Fundamental Institutions,’ International Relations Theory Seminar Series, Yale University, September 1996.


‘The Constructivist Turn: Critical Theory after the Cold War.’ Program in Ethics and Public Life, Cornell University, September 1996.


‘The Constructivist Turn: Critical Theory after the Cold War.’ Department of International Relations Seminar, Australian National University, June 1996.


ACADEMIC POSITIONS


Full-time University Appointments


2010- Professor of International Relations, European University Institute, Florence.


2004-2010 Professor and Head of Department, Department of International Relations, Research School of Pacific and Asian Studies, Australian National University


2001-2003 Senior Fellow and Head of Department, Department of International Relations, Research School of Pacific and Asian Studies, Australian National University


2000 Fellow, Department of International Relations, Research School of Asian and Pacific Studies, Australian National University. Seconded from Monash University.


1997-2000 Senior Lecturer in International Relations, Department of Politics, Monash University


1994-1997 Lecturer in International Relations, Department of Politics, Monash University, Tenure-track.


1988-1990 Senior Tutor in International Relations, Department of Politics, La Trobe University

1985-1987 Tutor in Comparative Politics, Department of Politics, La Trobe University


Visiting Research Fellowships


2008-2009 Fernand Braudel Senior Fellow, European University Institute, Florence.


1994 Visiting Research Fellow, Ashworth Centre for Social Theory, University of Melbourne


1993 Visiting Scholar, Woodrow Wilson School of International and Public Affairs, Princeton University


1992 Honorary Visiting Fellow, Department of Politics, La Trobe University, July-August


UNIVERSITY GOVERNANCE


University Level

2004-2005 Chair, University Working Group on International Engagement.


2004-2005 Member, University Review Committee on Postgraduate Coursework


2001 Member of the Board of the Institute for Advanced Studies.


2001- RSPAS representative on the board of the National Institute of Government and Law.


1995-1997 Member of Academic Board (Monash University)


Research School/Faculty Level


2006-2008 Deputy Director, Research School of Pacific and Asian Studies, ANU


2006-2008 Member, Executive Committee, College of Asia and the Pacific, ANU


2001-2003 Chair of Faculty: Research School of Pacific and Asian Studies, ANU


2003-2005 Convenor, Division of Politics and International Relations, RSPAS, ANU


2002 Acting Director, Research School of Pacific and Asian Studies, ANU. Several stints of one to two weeks at a time.


2002 Acting Convenor, Division of Politics and International Relations, RSPAS, ANU. 27 May to 7 June.


2001-2008 Member of Strategy Committee, RSPAS, ANU


2001-2008 Member of Faculty Board, RSPAS, ANU

1997 Member of Faculty Board, Faculty of Arts, Monash University


Department Level


2001-2010 Head of Department, Department of International Relations, RSPAS, ANU.

2001-2010 Chair, Board of Studies, Graduate Studies in International Affairs Program.


1998 Member, Department Strategy Committee, Department of Politics, Monash University.


Research Coordinator, Department of Politics, Monash University


1997 Convenor, Courses and Teaching Committee, Department of Politics, Monash University


Seminar Convenor (with Robyn Eckersley), Department of Politics Seminar Program, Monash University


1996-1997 Coordinator, Ph.D Project Reviews, Department of Politics, Monash University


1995-1996 Member, Postgraduate Studies Committee, Department of Politics, Monash University


1995 Seminar Convenor, Centre for International Relations, Monash University


1986-1990 Member, Computing Policy and Resource Committee, School of Social Sciences, La Trobe University


Other


2005 Member, Review Committee of International Relations program at the University of Melbourne.


1992-1993 Member, Committee for the Redesign of the Ph.D Program in Government, Department of Government, Cornell University


1991-1993 Elected Ph.D Student Representative, Department of Government, Cornell University


TEACHING


Courses Lectured


2002-2010 Theories of International Relations (Masters, ANU)


2001-2010 World Politics Short Course for the Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade, taught by the Department of International Relations at the ANU.


2000-2001,

2007 The Evolution of International Society (Masters, ANU)


1998 World Politics and International Law (Second/Third Year, Monash)


1996-1998 Culture, Norms, and Ideas in International Relations (Fourth Year, Monash)


1995-1999 Introduction to International Relations (First Year, Monash)

1995-1999 International Political Economy (Second/Third Year, Monash)


Thesis and Dissertation Supervision


Ph.D I have been involved in the supervision of over twenty Ph.D theses, and am currently supervising five students.


Masters Since arriving at the ANU I have supervised roughly two Masters theses each year.


Honours I have supervised over thirty honours theses, most at Monash University but several at the ANU as well. Most of my students have been awarded First Class Honours.


PROFESSIONAL


Government


2002-5 Member of the national Foreign Affairs Council


Submissions to Government


2002 Convened a panel of senior Australian international relations scholars to draft a submission to the Government’s Research Priorities review. I drafted and submitted the panel’s submission, titled “International Relations in Global Change”


Australian Research Council


2002–2005 Reader of Discovery Grant applications


1998 Assessor of Large Grant applications

Conference and Workshop Organization


2006 Convenor (with Ian Clark) of a second research conference on ‘Resolving International Crises of Legitimacy’, July 2006, Bellagio Italy.


2005 Convenor (with Ian Clark) of a research conference titled ‘Resolving International Crises of Legitimacy’, July 2005, Canberra Australia.


2003-2004 Co-Chair, Organizing Committee for the first Oceanic Conference on International Studies, held at the ANU in July 14-16, 2004.


2000 Convenor (with Paul Keal of ADFA) of a research conference titled ‘Rethinking Politics and Law in International Relations’. Held at the Australian National University, November 2000.


2000 Convenor (with Peter Katzenstein of Cornell University) of a research workshop titled ‘International Norms and Political Change in the Asia Pacific’. Held at the Australian National University on 11 August 2000.


2000 Convenor (with Gerry Simpson of LSE) of a research workshop titled ‘Liberalism and International Studies’. Held at the Australian National University on 27 June 2000.


1996 Convenor (with Amy Gurowitz of Cornell University) of a research workshop titled ‘Catalysts of Change: Non-state Actors, International Social Norms, and State Behavior in New Issue Areas’. Held at Cornell University on 27-29 September. Funded by a MacArthur Foundation Workshop Grant from the Social Science Research Council in New York.


1995 Member of the program committee (with Joe Camilleri and Tony Jarvis) of the major international conference ‘The United Nations: Between Sovereignty and Global Governance’, La Trobe University, 2-6 July


1993 Member of the organizing committee for the SSRC-MacArthur Foundation workshop ‘Social Justice and Global Environment Change,’ Cornell University, September 1993


Article Refereeing


International Organization

International Studies Quarterly

Milliennium: Journal of International Relations

European Journal of International Relations

Australian Journal of Political Science

Pacifica Review

Global Governance

Journal of Political Philosophy

Australian Journal of Human Rights

British Journal of Politics and International Relations

American Political Science Review

International Studies Quarterly


Book manuscript refereeing


Cambridge University Press

Oxford University Press

Stanford University Press

Polity Press

Macmillan Palgrave Press

Routledge Press


REFEREES


PROFESSOR PETER KATZENSTEIN

Walter S. Carpenter Jnr Professor of International Studies

Department of Government

White Hall

Cornell University

Ithaca, New York, 14853.

Tel: (607)255 6257 (Office), (607)277 2971 (Home).

Fax: (607)255 4530

Email: pjk2@cornell.edu


PROFESSOR HENRY SHUE

Professor of International Relations

Merton College

University of Oxford

Oxford OX1 4JD

England

UK

Preferred contact details in 2008

St. Mary's Priory House

Church Lane, Cogges

Witney OX28 3LA

England U.K.

Email: henry.shue@politics.ox.ac.uk


PROFESSOR IAN CLARK

E. H. Carr Professor of International Politics

Department of International Politics

Aberystwyth University

Penglais

Aberystwyth

SY23 3FE

Tel: +44 (0) 1970 621767

Fax: +44 (0) 1970 622709

Email: iic@aber.ac.uk

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Is Professor of International Relations at the European University Institute in Florence. He received his PhD from Cornell University in 1995, and has been iconDepartment of International Relations fhss, Bond University, Queensland, Australia

Is Professor of International Relations at the European University Institute in Florence. He received his PhD from Cornell University in 1995, and has been icon1996 Ph. D., Mathematics, University of the Witwatersrand. Advisor, Prof D. Lubinsky, Currently, Full Professor, Georgia Institute of Technology

Is Professor of International Relations at the European University Institute in Florence. He received his PhD from Cornell University in 1995, and has been iconBio: Acting Professor of Law, University of California, at Davis (King Hall) (). J. D., Ph. D. (Law and Society), New York University; B. A., Yale University. Thanks to Paul Chevigny, David Garland, Charles Reichmann, David Sklansky and Jerome Skolnick

Is Professor of International Relations at the European University Institute in Florence. He received his PhD from Cornell University in 1995, and has been iconProfessor Emeritus Graduate School and University Center The City University of New York

Is Professor of International Relations at the European University Institute in Florence. He received his PhD from Cornell University in 1995, and has been iconProfessor Emeritus Graduate School and University Center The City University of New York

Is Professor of International Relations at the European University Institute in Florence. He received his PhD from Cornell University in 1995, and has been iconVisiting Associate Professor, Ohio State University, joint appointment with the Mathematical Biosciences Institute & osu medical Center

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