Luis da Vinha is a Lecturer and the coordinator of the Master of International Relations. He received his Ph.D. in International Relations from the University of Coimbra (Portugal).
Luis' teaching and research interests are in International Relations, International Security, U.S. Foreign Policy, American Government and Politics, and Political Geography. His research has been published with Routledge, Palgrave Macmillan, Presidential Studies Quarterly, Comparative Strategy, Journal of Policy History, European Journal of Geography, Portuguese Journal of Political Science, and the Brown Journal of World Affairs, among others. Luis is also the author of Geographic Mental Maps and Foreign Policy Change. Re-Mapping the Carter Doctrine and Three Approaches to Presidential Foreign Policy-Making in the Twenty-First Century (co-authored with Anthony Dutton).
Luis is the recipient of the 2022 CBGL Vice‐President and Executive Dean's Teaching and Learning Innovation Award (Flinders University), the 2021 Vice-Chancellor's Innovation in Teaching Award (Flinders University), the 2021 CBGL Vice-President and Executive Dean’s Award for Excellence in Teaching (Flinders University), and the 2016 VCSU Teacher of the Year Award (USA).
Luis is also a member of the Jeff Bleich Centre for the US Alliance in Digital Technology, Security & Governance and a research affiliate of the Space Power and Policy Applied Research Consortium.
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