- Doctor of Philosophy, University of New England, 04/04/1998
- Australian political thought
- history of political thought
- sovereignty theory
History of political thought, History of Australian political thought, Puritanism and politics in the 1640s, sovereignty theory, Australian political bibliography, Australian politics, international relations theory, Australian constitutionalism, Australian liberalism and socialism, religion and politics, liberalism & imperialism.
Fields of Research
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The following topic areas are of interest: history of political thought, history of Australian political thought, Puritanism and politics in the 1640s, sovereignty theory, Australian political bibliography, Australian politics, international relations theory, Australian constitutionalism, Australian liberalism and socialism. I am currently researching liberal intellectual groups in Australia and elsewhere in the early twentieth century, looking at their approaches to ideas of imperial intervention.
Participation in discipline meetings; course assessment and course design.
- Australian politics
- comparative politics
- international relations
- politics & business
international relations, comparative politics, business and politics, Australian politics, Australian political culture, Marxism.
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Chapter (4 outputs)
|2013||Maddox G, Moore TW, 'Mainline Calvinists, Pamphlets and Democracy in Revolutionary Britain 1641-1646', Not So Strange Bedfellows, Cambridge Scholars Publishing, Newcastle Upon Tyne 26-44 (2013) [B1]|
|2010||Moore TW, 'Life is not meant to be easy', What Were They Thinking? : The Politics of Ideas in Australia, University of New South Wales Press, Sydney 248-288 (2010) [B1]|
The second of two Chapters contributed to James Walter's ground breaking book on Australian political ideas. It covers the period 1976 - 1993. The first book of its type, it is destined to be used as a starting point for scholars in the field of History of Australian Political Thought. The book is partly based on a very large Bibliography assembled by this author over a five year period.
|2010||Moore TW, 'A civic order', What Were They Thinking? : The Politics of Ideas in Australia, University of New South Wales Press, Sydney 133-174 (2010) [B1]|
The first of two Chapters contributed to James Walter's ground breaking book on Australian political ideas. It covers the period 1914 - 1939. The first book of its type, it is destined to be used as a starting point for scholars in the field of History of Australian Political Thought. The book is partly based on a very large Bibliography assembled by this author over a five year period.
|2005||Moore TW, 'Unificationism in Australian Political Thought', A Passion for politics: essays in honour of Graham Maddox, Pearson Australia, Frenchs Forest, New South Wales 75-85 (2005) [B1]|
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Conference (4 outputs)
|2009||Moore TW, 'Kevin Rudd's Monthly essay and the essaying of an Australian tradition of political thought', Australian Political Studies Association Annual Conference 2009: Refereed Papers, Sydney, NSW (2009) [E1]|
|2008||Moore TW, 'McMockracy and sovereignty lite: The organised world of Stephen Krasner', APSA 2008: Abstracts and Refereed Papers, Brisbane, QLD (2008) [E1]|
|2007||Jose JW, Moore TW, 'The concept 'governance' within Parliamentary Discourse 1983-93', Australasian Political Studies Association Conference. Refereed Papers, Melbourne (2007) [E1]|
|2006||Moore TW, 'The 'Morpeth Mind' and Australian Politics 1927-1934', APSA Conference 2006, Newcastle (2006) [E1]|
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Journal article (6 outputs)
|2012||Moore TW, 'The 'Morpeth Mind' and Australian politics 1927-1934', Australian Journal of Politics and History, 58 20-33 (2012) [C1]|
|2011||Moore TW, 'Indivisible sovereignty: A reply to Pitty and Smith', Australian Journal of Political Science, 46 551-553 (2011) [C3]|
|2010||Moore TW, Maddox G, 'Participation, democracy, and the split in revolutionary Calvinism, 1641-1646', Nebula, 7 103-113 (2010) [C1]|
|2009||Moore TW, 'Violations of sovereignty and regime engineering: A critique of the State Theory of Stephen Krasner', Australian Journal of Political Science, 44 497-511 (2009) [C1]|
This is a comprehensive discussion of sovereignty in a high impact journal, which uses the work of a leading US theorist to highlight the need for greater understanding of the basis of International Relations. The article points out ways in which the classical theory of sovereignty has been overlooked to the detriment of the practice of global political analysis. it is based on over twenty years of theoretical research and is sole authored.
|2004||Moore TW, 'Melbourne and Mars: the Australian All Electric Communist Utopia', Labour History: a journal of labour and social history, No. 87 209-220 (2004) [C1]|
A unique study in an A journal, this article reveals details of a hitherto virtually unknown socialist utopia written in Australia in early 1889. This is a remarkable little book, which forecasts the rise of environmental concerns such as global warming, and projects the growth of an Australian suburban society. The article demonstrates the importance of the utopian view of Edward Bellamy in the development of Australian radicalism in the late 1880s and early 1890s.
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Grants and Funding
|Number of grants||1|
For project grants received where the lead institution is other than the University of Newcastle, details are shown in italics.
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2011 (1 grants)
The debate that tore Australia apart: reviewing conscription pamphlets 1916-1917.$5,000
Funding Body: University of Newcastle
|Doctor Tod Moore|
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|Number of current supervisions||4|
|Total current UoN PhD EFTSL||2|
For supervisions undertaken at an institution other that the University of Newcastle, details are shown in italics, and the institution name is listed below the program name.
|Program||Supervisor Type||Research Title|
|2013||2017||PhD (Politics)||Co-Supervisor||Energy Resources in the Eastern Mediterranean: A Threat to Middle Eastern Security or an Opportunity for Peace|
|2013||2017||PhD (Politics)||Principal Supervisor||Toward a Cooperative Eastern Central Europe|
|2013||2017||PhD (Politics)||Co-Supervisor||Activities in the Balkans: Violent Conflict, Organised Crime and Human Trafficking|
|2013||2017||PhD (Politics)||Co-Supervisor||The Impact of Discourse and Education on Understandings of Sexual Violence in Australia and the United States|
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|2013||PhD (Politics)||Co-Supervisor||Building States, Failing Nations: The Failure of Post-Conflict Reconstruction in Iraq|
|2013||PhD (Politics)||Co-Supervisor||Grappling with the Democratic Transition: Parliamentary Accountability and the House of Representatives of Zanzibar, Tanzania|
Dr Tod Moore
|Work Phone||(02) 4921 5072|
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Newcastle Business School
Faculty of Business and Law
The University of Newcastle, Australia
Callaghan NSW 2308