Dr Josh Holloway

Lecturer (Teaching and Research)

College of Business, Government and Law

place Bedford Park
GPO Box 2100, Adelaide 5001, South Australia

Josh Holloway is a Lecturer in Government in the College of Business, Government & Law. Josh’s research interests include party and environmental politics, digital governance, and democratic resilience to crisis. His research has been published in leading journals, including the European Political Science Review, Government & Opposition, Contemporary Politics, Election Law Journal, Defence Studies, and the Australian Journal of Political Science. Josh’s work has attracted highly competitive external funding from stakeholders such as the Department of Defence, Australian Army, and international climate change networks. His research has received domestic and international media coverage.

Josh is an experienced and passionate teacher, whose philosophy centres on inspiring students to take an active role in the co-creation of knowledge through participatory and inquiry-based learning. He contributes to two leading textbooks on Australian politics and public policy, and has published research on industry engagement in public policy teaching. His teaching expertise centres on Australian and comparative politics, digital governance, environmental politics, and public policy. Josh teaches into and coordinates Government's Bachelor of International Relations & Political Science.

Key responsibilities

Course Coordinator: Bachelor of International Relations & Political Science.

Topic coordinator
POLI1003 Understanding Democracy in Australia
GOVT1003 Revolutionary Ideas
Supervisory interests
Australian politics
Comparative politics
Elections and election campaigns
Voting and political behaviour/public opinion
  • Australian politics
  • Green parties
  • Party systems
  • Voting behaviour