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Dr Daniel Bray Senior Lecturer, Politics

Daniel Bray's expertise lies at the intersection of International Relations and Political Theory. In 2010, he completed his PhD on transnational democracy which used the work of American philosopher John Dewey to develop ideals of representative democracy and democratic leadership beyond nation-states. Since then, his major publications have focussed on using philosophical pragmatism to develop theories of cosmopolitanism, analyse contemporary global governance and protest movements, and investigate the problems and prospects of representative democracy. His current research involves investigating the ethical relationship between cosmopolitanism and violence, as well as an ARC funded project that aims to develop a political account of childhood by analysing how children are represented in Australian political controversies.


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