Executive Support Officer
Pro Vice-Chancellor (International)
Division of Academic and Student Engagement
David is a Visiting Research Fellow with the department of Politics & International Studies at the University of Adelaide and is an Associate of the Indo-Pacific Governance Research Centre. David's research currently concentrates on the political economy of international trade and development with a particular focus on institutional change as a result of foreign investment in the Australian economy. His research has also focused on the political economy of ethno-national radicalisation and political violence/terrorism. He has recently published work on the effect of foreign investment - mainly connected to the recent resources boom - on Australian regulatory institutions and sub-national states
International Political Economy
Regional Trade and Investment.
Politics of international trade and development; international institutions and globalisation.
Ethno-National politics and Insurgency/Terrorist Groups
Intersection of cultural, political and economic factors as they act to create, maintain and/or undermine non-state violent activity.
The political economy of ethno-national conflict.
Irish History and Politics
Ireland in the Colonial period, through partition; the creation of the Northern Irish state and the civil conflict, with a focus on the peace process and socio-political ‘normalisation’.
Marxist political thought on Ireland/Northern Ireland.
Popular Culture and Politics
Date Position Institution name 2015 Quality Assurance Officer University of Adelaide 2011 - 2012 Course Coordinator The University of Adelaide
Date Institution name Country Title 2005 - 2011 The University of Adelaide Australia PhD 2004 - 2004 The University of Adelaide Australia Bachelor of Arts (Honors) 2000 - 2002 The University of Adelaide Australia Bachelor of International Studies
Year Citation 2011 Cannon, D. N. (2011). Northern Ireland and the political economy of peace: neo-liberalism and the end of the Troubles. (PhD Thesis, The University of Adelaide).
I have written, administered and delivered ‘cap-stone’ courses in International Politics. I have taught courses in International Relations/Politics, Foreign Policy, Australian Politics, Political Theory, European politics and history.
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