Ms Rebecca Cameron
|Phone:||+61 3 990 26336 or +61 3 512 26336|
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|Office:||2W 283, Gippsland Campus|
Rebecca's research examines the nature of sovereignty, justice and overlapping, plural and diverse sets of political and cultural identities. She is interested in how these political features impact on states and their international political environment. Rebecca is primarily engaged in International Political Theory.
Current research project
Rebecca's most significant research project is her PhD, titled ‘Sovereignty, Justice and the Modern State Order: Formative Sites of Identity”. She is also currently working on a conference paper called ‘Justice, Order and the Sovereign Identity: The Importance of Human Rights for Constructing International Stability’ for the “Thinking (With)out Borders II” conference at St Andrews University, Scotland.
- Cameron, R. J. “Identities and international justice”, The Global Studies Journal, vol 2, no 3, 2009, pp. 97-120
- Cameron, R. J. ” Review of John Docker, The Origins of Violence”, Labour History, vol Nov.09, no 97, 2009, pp. 203-204
- Cameron, R. J. “Globalism as structure: ideas, identities and structural change”, The Global Studies Journal, vol 1, no 4, 2008, pp. 29-38
Semester One 2010
Semester Two 2010