College of Education, Psychology and Social Work
Ben's main research interest is militarism and militarisation in Australia - critical civil/military relations. Of particular interest is crime and the military. His research has assessed the reform of the military justice system and the place of 'military misconduct' in ADF organizational culture. Ben is particularly interested in the cultural relations of civil military relations, and those that shape the military such as race, gender, sexuality, nation and empire. Ben's background in governance and public policy locates these activities in the changing character of key social institutions. He also has written about cultural camouflage. He is interested in how the strategies of physical camouflage can inform social theoretical concerns with discourse and subjectivity.
BA Hons (Sociology),
Grad Cert Public Policy
Australian Postgraduate Award 1998-2002
Australian Defence Forces Medal
ARC Discovery: Institutional Abuse and Organisational Reform in the ADF 2018-2021
Research Hgher Degree Coordinator
Director, Doctor of Education
Head, Social Inquiry
Masters of Education
: Lesbians in the Military
; Narratives of Clinical Decision Making from the Emergency Department
; Critical Realism and Academic Activists
; Schooling Differently
; Social Justice and Teacher Education
; La Lucha: To Dialogue
: Contemplative Education
; Discourses of National Security in the ADF
: Foucault’s discourse analysis of education policy making in Cambodia from 1979 to 2013
; WOMEN AND LEADERSHIP IN HIGHER EDUCATION IN INDONESIA: A STUDY OF STATE ISLAMIC UNIVERSITY IN ACEH PROVINCE
; Governing The Good Teacher A White Governmentality Lens On The ‘White’ Teacher In South Australia’s Apy Lands
; LEADER-FOLLOWER CONFLICT: THE PERCEPTION OF SOME INDONESIAN LEADERS ON THEIR CONFLICT MANAGEMENT
; HOW HAS THE OFFICE OF THE REGISTRAR OF ABORIGINAL CORPORATIONS REPRESENTED AND POSITIONED ABORIGINAL AND TORRES STRAIT ISLANDER PEOPLE?
: Equity and Diversity for Primary School Indigenous Children in Bangladesh
; WOMEN FACULTY MEMBERS’ WORK AND LIVES IN STATE ISLAMIC UNIVERSITIES IN INDONESIA
National Tertiary Education Union
Media commentary on civil military relations and military culture
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Ben Wadham is a founding member of the Australian Critical Race and Whiteness Studies Association (ACRAWSA) formed in 2003 by a group of Australian intellectuals committed to discussing, describing and disrupting the lived privileges of whiteness.
Ben Wadham is an inagural editor of the Journal of Critical Military Studies (Routledge 2015).
Ben Wadham is a member of the Australian Peacekeeping and Peacekeeper Veterans Association (APPVA).