The Social & Political Sciences Graduate Research Program encompasses a range of social science disciplines including Anthropology, Behavioural Studies, Criminology, Gender Studies, Politics and International Relations and Sociology situated in the School of Social Sciences.
Our supervision activity contributes to key Faculty research strengths in all areas.
- We congratulate Dr Vicki Elizabeth Hutton, from Behavioural Studies on receiving the 2013 Faculty of Arts Mollie Holman Medal for Doctoral Excellence. Vicki’s work looked at the significance ... Read more
- Dr Virginie Andre has been awarded the Faculty of Arts 2012 Postgraduate Publication Prize for her journal article “Neojihadism” and YouTube: Patani Militant Propaganda Dissemination ... Read more
- Dr Alison Gerard (now Head of Justice Studies at Charles Sturt University), PhD graduate from Criminology in the School of Political & Social Inquiry (PSI), has been ... Read more