Book chapters and book reviews by academic research staff in the Centre for Global Research, formerly the Globalism Research Centre.
- Stephen Alomes, ‘Margins to mainstream: populism in Australia and Japan’, in Stephen Alomes, Peter Eckersall, Ross Mouer and Alison Tokita, eds, Outside Asia: Japanese and Australian identities and encounters in flux, Japanese Studies Centre, Monash University/CBC, Melbourne, 2011, pp. 155–168.
- Stephen Alomes, Peter Eckersall, Ross Mouer, and Alison Tokita, ‘Australia and Japan: on the edge of Asia’, in Stephen Alomes, Peter Eckersall, Ross Mouer and Alison Tokita, eds, Outside Asia: Japanese and Australian identities and encounters in flux, Japanese Studies Centre, Victoria, Australia, 2011, pp. 12–22.
- Stephen Alomes, ‘Citizens, immigrants and diasporas: Australia and Japan’, in Marianne David and Javier Muñoz-Basols, eds, Defining and re-defining diaspora: from theory to reality, Inter-Disciplinary Press, Oxford, UK, 2011, pp. 105–115.
- Chris Hudson, ‘Delhi: global mobilities, identity, and the postmodern consumption of place’, in Manfred B. Steger and Anne McNevin, eds, Global ideologies and urban landscapes, Routledge, London and New York, 2011, pp. 53–63.
- Paul James and Andy Scerri, ‘Auditing cities through circles of sustainability’, in Mark Amen, Noah J. Toly, Patricia L. Carney and Klaus Segbers, eds, Cities and global governance, Ashgate, Farnham, 2011, pp. 111–36.
- Martin Mulligan, ‘Rethinking community in the face of natural resource management challenges’, in D. Connell and R.Q. Grafton, eds, Water reform and planning in the Murray-Darling Basin, ANU EPress, 2011.
- Martin Mulligan and Judith Shaw, ‘Achievements and weaknesses in post-tsunami reconstruction in Sri Lanka’, in Pradyumna P. Karan and Shanmugam P. Subbiah, eds, The Indian Ocean tsunami: the global response to a natural disaster, The University of Kentucky Press, Lexington, 2011, pp. 237–260.
- Martin Mulligan, ‘Thinking and acting locally and globally’, in David Wright, Catherine Camden-Pratt and Stuart Hill, eds, Social ecology: applying ecological understandings to our lives and our planet, Hawthorn Press, Gloucestershire, UK, 2011, pp. 119–125.
- Yaso Nadarajah, ‘A community in transition-propagating a yield of violence’, in Nancy Billias and Leonhard Praeg, eds, Creating destruction: constructing images of violence and genocide, Rodopi Publications, Amsterdam, New York, 2011.
- Peter Phipps, ‘Performing culture as political strategy: The Garma festival, North East Arnhem Land’, in Chris Gibson and John Connell, eds, Festival places: revitalising rural Australia, Chanel View Press, 2011.
- Andy Scerri, ‘Rethinking responsibility? Household sustainability in the stakeholder society’, in R. Lane and A. Gorman-Murray, eds, Material geographies of household sustainability in Australia and the U.K., Ashgate, Farnham, 2011, pp. 175–192.
- Jodi-Anne Smith, Martin Mulligan and Yaso Nadarajah, ‘Scenarios for engaging a rural Australian community in climate change adaptation work’, in James D. Ford and Lea Berrang-Ford, eds, Climate change adaptation in developed nations, Springer Publications, Science and Business Media, Netherlands, 2011.
- Manfred B. Steger, ‘Bronner vs. Fukuyama: 1989, the end of history, and the new internationalism’, in Michael Thompson, ed., Rational radicalism and political theory: essays in honor of Stephen Eric Bronner, Lanham, MD: Lexington Books, 2011, pp. 250–65.
- Erin Wilson, ‘Good international citizen or nation under threat? 1989 and the politics of identity in Australia’, in Ulf Engel, Frank Hadler and Matthias Middell, eds, 1989 in a global perspective, Leipzig University Press, Leipzig, 2011.
- Chris Hudson, Review of Globalization, minorities and civil society: perspectives from Asian and Western cities, in Koichi Hasegawa and Naoki Yoshihara, eds, Asian Studies Review, vol. 32, issue 2, June 2011.