UNSW experts available for commentary and analysis on the US election

UNSW experts available for commentary and analysis on the US election

EXPERT COMMENT ON US ELECTION

Gender, race and electoral fraud:

Dr Helen Pringle, Senior Lecturer in the School of Social Sciences and International Studies
Contact: 9385 2346 or 0458 513 789
Subject areas: race, gender, electoral fraud, Congressional elections and Supreme Court nominations and issues.

Associate Professor Elaine Thompson teaches at UNSW through Michigan State summer school
Contact: 0410 654 443
Subject areas: US domestic politics, elections, presidency and congress, race and gender as they impact on elections

Historical significance:

Professor Robin Archer, Director of the postgraduate program in political sociology at the London School of Economics and Political Science (Currently in Sydney, giving a series of guest lectures at UNSW)
Contact: r.archer@lse.ac.uk or 9416 3788
Subject area: Viewing the US election in a longer historical context

Australia-US relations:

Dr Mark Rolfe, School of Social Sciences and International Studies
Contact: 9385 2370, 0419 146 032
Subject areas: Propaganda, political leadership, Americanisation, Australian politics

International Relations and the Middle East:

Dr Anthony Billingsley, School of Social Sciences and International Studies
Contact: 9385 3619 and 0407 250 308
Subject areas: Middle East; US foreign policy; international law.

International Finance and Regulation:

Professor Ross Buckley, Faculty of Law
Contact: 0413 455 044
Subject areas: International Financial System

Climate change:
Dr Ben McNeil, Senior Research Fellow, Climate Change Research Centre
Contact: 0401 336 857
Subject areas: Policy implications of climate change and energy policy

Contact: Susi Hamilton | 9385 1583 | 0422 934 024 | susi.hamilton@unsw.edu.au