Michael Barr is an Associate Professor in International Relations and a member of the Flinders Asia Centre Management Committee. An historian by training, he came to Flinders University from The University of Queensland and Queensland University of Technology where he held postdoctoral research fellowships. He is Editor-in-Chief of Asian Studies Review.
Recipient of the 1999 Asian Studies Association of Australia's President's Prize for the best Australian PhD in Asian Studies in 1998.
Convenor, Postgraduate Studies, School of International Studies
Director of Studies for the International Relations major
Asian history and society; Asian political economy; the cultural politics of religion and ethnicity, especially in Asia; religious and ethnic nationalism; genocide.
Singapore history and politics; Malaysian history and politics; religion and ethnicity in politics and nationalism.
: Malaysia and Singapore Politics
; Gender and national identity in Malaysia
; Singapore history
; Ethnonationalist insurgency Thailand and Aceh
; Elites and the Southern Thai Insurgency
: Ethnicity, religion, politics in Singapore
; Singapore politics
: Ethnicity, religion, politics in Malaysia
2012-14: Editor-in-Chief, Asian Studies Review, journal of the Asian Studies Association of Australia (ASAA)
2011-12: General Councillor, ASAA
2010: Co-editor (with Dr Liz Morrell) of the Proceedings of the Biennial Conference of the ASAA and member, Organising Committee, 18th Biennial Conference of the ASAA
Ongoing: Member, Australian Institute of International Affairs (AIIA)
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