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Philomena Murray

Honorary
Social And Political Sciences
social sciences
political science
government & law
international relations
european union
australia
social sciences - other topics
social sciences, interdisciplinary
asia
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Prof

Philomena Murray

 
Division
Arts
 
Primary Interest
European Union integration and polity issues; EU-Australia relations; EU-Asia relations; comparative regional integration; integration theory.
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Prof

Philomena Murray

 

Philomena Murray is Honorary Professorial Fellow in the School of Social and Political Sciences at the University of Melbourne. She was Director of the Research Unit on Regional Governance in the EU Centre on Shared Complex Challenges and Director of the Contemporary Europe Research Centre (CERC), Jean Monnet Centre of Excellence.

She holds Australia's only Personal Jean Monnet Chair (ad personam) awarded by the EU. She received a national Carrick (Australian Learning and Teaching Council) Citation for Outstanding Contribution to Student Learning for pioneering the first EU curriculum in Australia and leadership in national and international curriculum development. She assesses for the Australian Research Council and European research grants. A former diplomat, she ran training courses on the EU for the Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade in Canberra.

She is a Visiting Research Fellow at Trinity College Dublin and Associate Research Fellow at United Nations University Institute for Comparative Regional Integration Studies, Bruges. She was aVisiting Professor at College of Europe, Bruges; Adjunct Senior Fellow of National Centre for Research on Europe, University of Canterbury and Associate Fellow of Free University of Berlin. She served on the Board of the International Political Science Association's Research Committee on European Unification.

Her research interests are in comparative regional integration; EU-Asia relations; EU-Australia relations; EU governance and legitimacy; Brexit and refugee externalisation policies.


She has supervised to completion 25 PhD theses and 2 Masters by research theses; 74 Honours and 9 Masters by coursework minor theses. She has given numerous public presentations and 82 international presentations. She has presented to specialist committees in European, Australian and Irish Parliaments. She is co-editor of a book series and is/was a member of 11 journal editorial boards and reviewer for many quality journals.

Projects

Displaying the 10 most recent projects by Philomena Murray.

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Research Awards

2018: Jean Monnet Research Network, The Comparative Network on Refugee Externalisation Policies (CONREP). University of Melbourne (lead)with Monash University; Deakin University; University of Geneva; Bologna University and Gothenberg University. €300,000/$541,888.

2018: Jean Monnet Research Network, EU-Asia Security and Trade Relations, Maastricht University (lead), University of Melbourne. Essex, RSIS Nanyang Technological University, Singapore and University of Korea. €300,000/$541,888.

2017: Jean Monnet research grant, with Dr Margherita Matera, Australia’s Relationship with the European Union: From Tensions to New Paradigms. $91,000.

2015: Jean Monnet Module, Comparative Regional Governance. €26,200/$49,000

2013: Melbourne School of Government Incubator Research Project Grant, Towards a Melbourne (University) Intergenerational Report, led by Janet MacCalman, $25,000

2012-13: Jean Monnet research grant, Drivers of Regional Integration in Europe and Asia: Comparative Perspectives, with Prof Louis Brennan, Institute for International Integration Studies, Trinity College, Dublin. €43,000/$52,000.

2011: University of Melbourne Major Projects Development Support Fund grant, Federal and Supranational Interventions in Education - the case of vocational programs for youth, with Jack Keating, John Polesel, Brian Galligan, Gosia Klatt. 2011.

5,000.

2011-14: Jean Monnet Network grant, led by Maastricht University, EU–East Asia relations in the emerging multi-polar world, multilateral research group, with Maastricht University, University of Birmingham, Pusan National University, Kobe University, Renmin University. Sept. 2011. €75,000/$97,000.

2009-10: Jean Monnet research grant Comparing the European Union with other Regional Organisations, 2009-10, with Comparative Regional Integration Studies Programme of the United Nations University (UNU-CRIS); College of Europe, Bruges; Brunel University; University of Pittsburgh; Dalhousie University; University of Lisbon. Euro 38,240/$60,000

Jean Monnetresearch activity grant: The International Impact of the European Union in East Asia, September 2007, Euro 50,000.

Jean Monnet Transnational Research Project: Europe and the Asia Pacific: Models and Linkages Euro 94,000, September 2005. Lead applicant with Keio University, University of Limerick and Leuven University.

Jean Monnet European Centre of Excellence, Contemporary Europe Research Centre,Euro 30,000, September 2004.

Carrick Citation for Outstanding Contributions to Student Learning for pioneering the first European Union curriculum in Australia and leadership in national and international curriculum development through sustained commitment to student learning and research,

0,000, August 2007.

Jean Monnet module The EU and Asia: Competing Hegemons in the 21st Century?, Euro 15,000/$25,000, July 2006.

The Dean's Teaching Award, Faculty of Arts, University of Melbourne, $3,000, May 2006.

Awarded one million-dollar grant “Coursework Masters Exchange Program in International Relations: A European-Australian Asia-Pacific Nexus. November 2003

Jean Monnet European Union module “The EU and Globalisation”, Euro 12,000, December 2003.


Scholarly Works

Displaying the 10 most recent scholarly works by Philomena Murray.

Honours, Awards and Fellowships

2007

Carrick Citation for Outstanding Contributions to Student Learning for pioneering the first European Union curriculum in Australia and leadership

Australian Learning and Teaching Council (Carrick)

2006

Jean Monnet Personal (ad personam) Chair

European Commission, European Union

2006

The Dean's Teaching Award, Faculty of Arts, University of Melbourne

2001

Jean Monnet Chair

European Commission, European Union

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Awards

Credentials

Positions

Positions


Honorary

Social And Political Sciences

Fellowship Scheme For Eui Florence

Australian European University Institute Fellowships Fellowships Association Incorporated

Education

Education


Doctor of Philosophy

European University Institute, Florence

Diploma in Advanced European Studies

College of Europe

B.A. (Honours)

University College Dublin

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