Dr Srinjoy   Bose
Senior Lecturer

Dr Srinjoy Bose

PhD (The Australian National University)
M.Sos.Sc. (National University of Singapore)
B.A. Honours, First Class (University of Otago)

Arts,Design & Architecture
School of Social Sciences
I am Senior Lecturer in Politics and International Relations, and I research topics in critical peace/security studies including, political order and violence, international intervention, state formation, conflict transition, democratisation, warlord/insurgent/rebel governance, and the political economy of statebuilding and peacebuilding in 'fragile' and deeply divided states and societies.
 
In May 2018 I joined the School of Social Sciences, UNSW. Previously, I was Marie Sklodowska-Curie Fellow at the School of Government and International Affairs, Durham University. Prior to that, from 2011 to 2016, I was Prime Minister's Australia-Asia Endeavour Postgraduate Award scholar at The Australian National University, where I earned my PhD in Politics and International Relations. I also consult as a geopolitics, security, and NGO analyst. In my different professional capacities, I work with public-sector experts, government officials, diplomats, UN/World Bank and INGO representatives, activists, and even armed groups.
 
I am co-Editor of Drones and Global Order: The Implications of Remote Warfare for International Society (London: Routledge, forthcoming), Hybridity in Peacebuilding and Development: a Critical and Reflexive Approach (London: Routledge, 2019), Hybridity on the Ground in Peacebuilding and Development: Critical Conversations (Canberra: The ANU Press, 2018), Afghanistan - Challenges and Prospects (London: Routledge, 2017), 'Critical Hybridity in Peacebuilding and Development' (Third World Thematics: a TWQ Journal 2:4, 2017/2018), and 'Elections and the State: Critical Perspectives on Democracy Promotion in Afghanistan' (Conflict, Security and Development 16:6, 2016). In addition, I have published in several leading peer-reviewed journals including Global Responsibility to Protect, Conflict, Security and Development, Journal of Peacebuilding & Development, India Review, and Australian Journal of International Affairs. I also serve on the Editorial Board of the journal Global Policy.
Location
Room 131, Morven Brown

Publications

Awards

  • European Union COFUND (Marie Sklodowska-Curie) Fellowship: 2017-2019; £76,000.
  • Prime Minister's Australia-Asia Endeavour Postgraduate Award: 2010; $252,000.
  • National University of Singapore Research Scholarship: 2007: $52,000.

 

Grants

  • Faculty of Arts, Design and Architecture (UNSW, Sydney) Research Grant: 2021; A$10,000
  • School of Social Science (UNSW, Sydney) Strategic Priority Funding Research Grant: 2021; A$4,000
  • School of Social Science (UNSW, Sydney) Strategic Priority Funding Research Grant: 2020; A$4,000
  • Facebook Research Grant: 2018; US$50,000
  • School of Social Science (UNSW, Sydney) Strategic Priority Funding Research Grant: 2019; A$5,000
  • School of Social Science (UNSW, Sydney) Strategic Priority Funding Research Grant: 2018; A$3,000
  • European Union COFUND (Marie Sklodowska-Curie) Fellowship: 2017; £76,000
  • United States Institute of Peace (USIP) Research Grant: 2016; US$36,000
  • Coral Bell School of Asia-Pacific Affairs (ANU) Travel Grant: 2015; A$1,000
  • Harry Frank Guggenheim Foundation Fellowship: 2015; €6,000
  • ANU Vice-Chancellor's Travel Grant: 2013; A$1,000
  • Coral Bell School of Asia-Pacific Affairs (ANU) Fieldwork Grant: 2013; A$7,000
  • AusAID (ISSS) Workshop Grant: 2013; A$17,000
  • Research School of Asia and Pacific (ANU) Workshop Grant: 2013; A$20,000
  • Prime Minister's Australia-Asia Endeavour Postgraduate Award: 2010; A$252,000 
  • National University of Singapore Research Scholarship: 2007: S$52,000

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