Dr Diarmuid Maguire

BA Newcastle (U.K.) MA Johns H. PhD Cornell
Senior Lecturer

H04 - Merewether Building
The University of Sydney

Telephone +61 2 9351 4510

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Biographical details

Dr. Maguireā€™s main areas of research are in European and international politics, social movements and protest movements. His current research is on the interaction between protest movements and state authorities in the ethnically divided societies of Northern Ireland and Israel/Palestine. Publications include contributions to Theories and Methods in Political Science, Mediterranean Politics, The Politics of Social Movements, and Joyce in Rome. He has also written articles on protest movements, the language of political conflict, literature and politics, the Northern Ireland crisis and international relations.

Research interests

  • Comparative Politics
  • International relations
  • Ethnic conflict
  • European politics
  • Politics and literature
  • Social movements

Teaching and supervision

Research Students
  • Christian Fjader, "The Problem of the 'Borderline States' in Regionalism: 'Rationalist' and 'Ideational' Approaches", 2010
  • Anwar Anaid, "Globalisation And Minority Nationalism In Developed And Developing Countries: A Case Study Of Kurdistan-Iraq", 2010
  • Luke Deer, "An Alternative Approach to International Finance: China’s Official Foreign Reserves", 2010.
Current Courses
Past Courses
  • GOVT3994 - Research Preparation

Selected publications

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Book Chapters

  • Howard, R., Maguire, D. (2012). International political theories. In Rodney Smith, Ariadne Vromen, Ian Cook (Eds.), Contemporary Politics in Australia: Theories, Practices and Issues, (pp. 56-67). Melbourne, Australia: Cambridge University Press.
  • Maguire, D. (2010). Local Space And Protest In Divided Societies. In Adrian Guelke (Eds.), The Challenges of Ethno-Nationalism: Case Studies in Identity Politics, (pp. 211-231). United Kingdom: Palgrave Macmillan.
  • Maguire, D. (2010). Marxism. In David Marsh, Gerry Stoker (Eds.), Theory and Methods in Political Science, (pp. 136-155). Hampshire & New York: Palgrave Macmillan.

Journals

  • Gill, G., Maguire, D. (2011). Movements and Institutions: Analysing the Collapse of the Soviet Union. Slovansky Prehled, 97(1-2), 75-96.
  • Chan, S., Crossley, P., Deer, L., Maguire, D., Samson, A. (2007). The role of the casual tutor in design and delivery of courses: experiences from teaching Geopolitics in 2006. Synergy, na(24), 19-22.
  • Maguire, D. (2003). 'Here's a Wee Present for You': The Role of Civic Culture in the Governance of Northern Ireland. Policy and Society, 22(2), 144-163.
  • Maguire, D. (2002). Review: Silence and Voice in the Study of Contentious Politics by Ronald R Aminzade et al. West European Politics, 25(4).

Conferences

  • Maguire, D. (2002). Nationalist Movements and the Peace Process: A Contradiction in Terms or Terminology? Nationalism and Globalism.
  • Maguire, D. (2002). Radical Democracy and the Movement against Corporate Globalisation. International Sociological Association Conference, Not yet published: Not yet published.

2012

  • Howard, R., Maguire, D. (2012). International political theories. In Rodney Smith, Ariadne Vromen, Ian Cook (Eds.), Contemporary Politics in Australia: Theories, Practices and Issues, (pp. 56-67). Melbourne, Australia: Cambridge University Press.

2011

  • Gill, G., Maguire, D. (2011). Movements and Institutions: Analysing the Collapse of the Soviet Union. Slovansky Prehled, 97(1-2), 75-96.

2010

  • Maguire, D. (2010). Local Space And Protest In Divided Societies. In Adrian Guelke (Eds.), The Challenges of Ethno-Nationalism: Case Studies in Identity Politics, (pp. 211-231). United Kingdom: Palgrave Macmillan.
  • Maguire, D. (2010). Marxism. In David Marsh, Gerry Stoker (Eds.), Theory and Methods in Political Science, (pp. 136-155). Hampshire & New York: Palgrave Macmillan.

2007

  • Chan, S., Crossley, P., Deer, L., Maguire, D., Samson, A. (2007). The role of the casual tutor in design and delivery of courses: experiences from teaching Geopolitics in 2006. Synergy, na(24), 19-22.

2003

  • Maguire, D. (2003). 'Here's a Wee Present for You': The Role of Civic Culture in the Governance of Northern Ireland. Policy and Society, 22(2), 144-163.

2002

  • Maguire, D. (2002). Nationalist Movements and the Peace Process: A Contradiction in Terms or Terminology? Nationalism and Globalism.
  • Maguire, D. (2002). Radical Democracy and the Movement against Corporate Globalisation. International Sociological Association Conference, Not yet published: Not yet published.
  • Maguire, D. (2002). Review: Silence and Voice in the Study of Contentious Politics by Ronald R Aminzade et al. West European Politics, 25(4).

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