I presently co-supervise five PhD students, all of whom do work that relates to my own. All are also part of the research cluster on “Conflict, Development and Justice” at the University of Melbourne.
- Nathan Bond, ‘Frontier State Building, Decentralisation, and Development in the North Kalimantan Borderlands’
- Marika Sosnowski, ‘The Development of Governance Structures in Syria under Ceasefires’. See here for Marika’s recent article in Civil Wars.
- Shea, ‘Mediating Peace through Hybrid Third-Parties: The International Contact Group in the Mindanao Peace Process’
- Joe Cropp, ‘A Conversation with Killers: Humanitarian Protection in Contemporary Wars’
- Emmanual Awoh, ‘The Role of Traditional Authorities in Conflict Management: Cameroon’
The vast majority of my own work is collaborative as well. Some of the centres that work with (or have worked with) very closely, and which I consider a valuable part of my academic environment include:
I normally connect with fellow academics via researchgate, but I have an academic.edu profile as well.